Memorial# 156428533 Just to alert you about this memorial. The name is missing! I had some issues with memorials I created on Dec 27 evening. Out of curiosity I looked at memorial numbers near the ones that gave me trouble - and found this one of yours.
RE: Elizabeth Hauff or Huff It could be the same person. Maybe she was moved from Woodlawn to Glenwood? The Woodlawn record was created from the Woodlawn burial book. I did not create the Glenwood memorial record.
Lola M. Raynor # 122215829 redux Turns out there is a little info out there. According to the District of Columbia, Select Deaths and Burials doohickey, she was the daughter of Gus and Sarah Calvert, and the wife of Owen Raynor. She was born in 1876. I've updated the memorial I hold, thought the info might help you find more.
Sadly, I do not know anything about Lola at this point--I'm slowly working my way through the Congressional memorials, so all I know is that there is a stone. If it turns out that she is at Glenwood, I'll have my memorial switched to cenotaph. Please keep me updated, and good catch!
RE: Tinker & McIlveen You're welcome! This is actually the first time I've taken pictures for this site - it seemed like a good idea to include both sides of the headstone, but please let me know if that's what you want - and any other tips you might have for me! I will add the photos when you put the other requests up.
RE: Photos & dates You are very welcome for the photos. I appreciate all the serious research you've done on these people!
Re: dates: I always check the dates, not least of all to be sure it's the right person. But the stones can be wrong, too. Just recently, in attempting to resolve conflicting reports about how my grandmother's first husband died, we discovered we, and the gravestone!, all had his name wrong. It was apparently the name he used, but it wasn't his legal name. So gravestones are just one piece in what can be a complicated puzzle.
Thanks for all your efforts. You add a lot to Find-a-Grave!