RE: Darren Larsen It was my great pleasure to find and photograph the stone. It is a lovely cemetery, high on a hill. I walked for over an hour (not just looking for Darren's stone, but enjoying the solitude.) I took a beautiful picture of the sun setting on the cemetery. I have submitted it to Findagrave, and if they accept it, you might want to look at the Fernwood Cemetery page to see it and know that that was the day I found where your beloved nephew is resting.
Samuel Underwood Hello I notice that on findagrave.com that you left flowers on the Samuel Underwood Memorial and I was wondering if you have any connection to the family. Thanks for your time, Ashley Creger-Rampersad Ashley.firstname.lastname@example.org
Greetings Hi,I am not the one who linked Mr.Bean ,I am relatively new on here.i have been on about a year and a few months.I do like this site tho.I have my Grandma and Grandpa on here and my child and my beloved dog .If you want to leave them a token I would be touched.Thank you for the note either way.Andrew
You are quite welcome! I was excited to have found the other Knickerbockers while walking around (Charles Sr, Ruth E, Frances P) but then noticed when I got back online, they were already entered with photos.
Anyways, glad I could help! If you need any other assistance in the Philadelphia area, let me know!!!
Melba Ardohain - Price Cemetery There is too much snow on the ground right now but I checked the Price City Cemetery website and located her plot no. Please add it to your memorial and then when the snow melts, we can get the picture for you. Her plot no. is 1-L-001-04. Good luck