Begin New Search
Refine Last Search
Cemetery Lookup
Add Burial Records
Help with Find A Grave

Top Contributors
Success Stories
Discussion Forums
Find A Grave Store

Log In
Sue (#47214540)
 member for 5 years, 5 months, 15 days
[Add to MyFriends]
Bio and Links
Bio Photo Please leave flowers for my husband, Andy.

Let me know if you notice errors or have additional information - use Edit/Suggest a Correction link on the memorial page. I am very glad to transfer memorials as long as I am not related; please use Edit/Suggest a Correction.

Many of my photo requests are for projects by ShaneO #47009366 and Russ Pickett #46575736. Thanks to all who support projects honoring our veterans.

Some useful links:

Free census images online! You can use the free census indexes at FamilySearch, and then get the census images free from
or the Allen County Public Library in Ft. Wayne, IN:

Newspapers by State, many online newspapers:

1930s Graves Registration Survey
Most Iowa Counties are transcribed:

Iowa Gravestone Photo Project

Johnson Co., Iowa Cemeteries:

Muscatine Co., Iowa Cemeteries:

Iowa City Burial Permits, 1856-1919:

Oakland Cemetery, Iowa City, online records & maps!!!

An Iowa Genealogy search page:

USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project

North Carolina newspapers:

Some NC Cemeteries

Smith Cemetery, Granville Co NC

Satellite Views of Cemeteries, etc.

FindAGrave Cemetery mapping:

Tombstone Birthdate Calculator:

Reporting duplicate cemeteries:

How to link:
< a href="">Name< /a>
where XXXXXXX is the GRid number of the memorial you want to link. Remove the spaces after the <

Notes to self:
CambridgeAmerican through Gardner
Go through my "No Cemetery" list, have gotten to Farnham.

Sent to FindAGrave, Jan 7, 2013:
Please merge [url=]Saint Joseph Cemetery (New)[/url] with [url=]Saint Joseph Cemetery[/url]. The "New" cemetery is a section of Saint Joseph Cemetery, it is not a separate cemetery; it is contiguous with the old section and owned and managed by the same organization.

Please add this text to [url=]Saint Joseph Cemetery[/url].

Iowa City
Johnson County
Iowa USA
Postal Code: 52245
Phone: 319-351-7126

Saint Joseph Cemetery consists of an old section (entrance at 900 North Summit Street) and a new section (entrance at 1122 North Dodge Street). The sections are contiguous and are managed by the same organization. To learn the location of a grave, please call the cemetery office. Phone: 319-351-7126

Current newspaper searching:
"memory gardens" Hohenschuh

Contact: suemusette(at)
 Contact: Leave Public Message
Contributions to
Find A Grave
 • 8,345 Memorials Added
 • 8,159 Memorials Managed
 • 29 Memorials/Week
 • 6,226 Photos
 • 129 Photo Requests
 • 1,043 Volunteer Photos Taken
 • 515 Virtual Flowers
 • 1 Virtual Cemetery
 • 7 Fame Ratings
 • 5 Sponsorships
 • 35 Friends
Search Contributor's Records

First NameLast Name

Virtual Cemeteries
IA Antique Shop Photos (9)
Find A Grave Friends
# 1 OLSEN, Alberta Daniels..., Alexandre Laure..., bobby jett, Carol Leeper Al..., Catherine Cl..., Corey & Douglas..., Dan Ryan, Dawn Albrecht, Dennis Holt, DMD, Gary L. Pettit, Gerhardt Leffle..., HC Hughes, Helene McClean ..., Ken Saylor Jr., L. Forbes, Lynn Schneider, M Diane Lindall, Mike Appleby, [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
Messages left for Sue (819)[Leave Message]
Melodey Wood
Charles Croswell
Hi, I added an edit to Charles Croswell and it is incorrect. The info was for his grandson, not him. Sorry about the error. Melodey
Added by Melodey Wood on May 22, 2015 10:51 PM
Christina Spears
Requested Photo
Thank you so much for posting the photo of my mothers Marjorie Vera Lindley Clausen Adams head stone. It is much appreciated....My sister Kathy Clausen is buried just to the left of her, is their any way to post that also? Thanks again
Christina Clausen Spears
Added by Christina Spears on May 22, 2015 6:38 PM
Carl H
RE: Fiagle
You're welcome!

That was the quickest thank you yet! :)
Added by Carl H on May 11, 2015 11:31 PM
No Reins
Thank you so much
Thank you so much for locating, photographing and adding the photo to Harold Burch's memorial. It adds so much and is appreciated. Thank you again.
Added by No Reins on May 11, 2015 9:40 PM
John Blakemore Sellers
Thank you Sue for taking the time to create the memorial pages and for taking photographs of the family grave markers at the cemetery.
Added by John Blakemore Sellers on Apr 15, 2015 8:36 AM
Janis Peacock
RE: Eleanor Gordon
Eleanor had 3 possibly four children buried on her
lot-one stone has sunk into the ground badly and
perhaps you cannot see it. All her children's stones are facing the street.Those are the children
she lost before they reached adulthood. She had
other children who lived to adulthood, and they are
buried elsewhere using married names , etc.
Eleanor's stone is of a different material and of course placed in the ground at a later date than
her babies/young children. Her husband seemed to
have abandoned the whole family (according to family lore), I can't locate him anywhere.
If you think her children's stones can be photographed please add to the Find a Grave. Her
family who live in Canada, whom I am helping round
all the deceased together for them are thrilled to
find what I have been able to get from Iowa City.
Your job must be very fascinating, and I know it
brings great joy to many people.

Thank you
Janis Peacock
Added by Janis Peacock on Apr 10, 2015 2:28 PM
bobby jett
THANKS for all your photo fills! You are fast!
Added by bobby jett on Apr 09, 2015 8:36 AM
Janis Peacock
Eleanor Gordon
Thanks you sooooo much for completing this photo
of Eleanor Gordon's gravesite.
I have been working with the Abbott family for 4 years -helping them put together their Genealogy.
They live in Canada. Back in @1911 two daughters
were taken away from their father-by the mother-
she took them to Canada to live with her mother, and
step father. Originally they came from Iowa City.
The children were left in Canada and never saw the
mother again. The Abbott family in Canada often wished they could find out what happened. As a Genealogist I was able to find the mother (and the story of the rest of her life), and what happened to the father, where their people came from, lived died, and were buried. Ended up then they wanted the Gordon side of the family as well-so did that
also. Now with the new photo of the grave on
FIND A GRAVE it will be another page to put into
their book. Thanks again I look forward to getting this into the mail tomorrow.

Thanks again
Janis Peacock

Added by Janis Peacock on Apr 07, 2015 2:08 PM
RE: Ayers
You are very welcome! Glad I could help.
Happy Easter :)
Added by Grandmaeceb on Apr 05, 2015 7:18 PM
s grimm-mullen
Enos and Hester Fry
Hi Sue,
Thank you so much for the headstone photos. I appreciate it.
Added by s grimm-mullen on Apr 02, 2015 7:11 PM
[View all messages...]

Privacy Statement and Terms of Service