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If for some reason I have created a memorial to a family member of yours or someone who means something special to you, I am more than happy to transfer.|
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|John Lippincott||RE: Zabriskies in Trinity|
Thank you SO MUCH! I've seen a few pics of the site but your pics will be very helpful as well as the ones I've seen are not very close up.
|bill schultz||Giacola/Giacolo Mount Carmel|
I posted that their was no marker for Rose Giacola. The database listing gave the wrong name. She is buried as a Giacolo.
Here is a list of those buried at:
Section 21-Block 2-Lot 5.
James M. Giacolo (son of Marie)=5-30-1932/5-18-1995
Create memorials for them and I will post photos. I will post Rose and Charles today.
|AlbqFirefly||RE: Fresh Pond Crematory|
Some of the records show that a niche exists. The rest are unknown, so the best course is to contact the crematory or columbarium to see if they are "housed" there. Older cremations seem to have almost all been eniched there. As time has rolled on, fewer and fewer. I hope to visit there in a few months and see if they are open to making their records accessable and possibly doing some photos -- I hope this is helpful...I tried to word my entries to make it clear if there is a known disposition in that columbarium or if not...
|Sheri||RE: Nassau Knolls Cemetery|
Thank you. I look forward to it.
Added by Sheri on Jun 24, 2014 6:07 AM
|Chris Foran||Charles A. Anderson|
He was a half brother to my g-g grandfather, and these Andersons have been tricky to find. He is at Section 1, Plot 140, Grave 6.
Thank you! -Chris
I finished your photo requests and will load them later tonight. Finley is Haywood Finley Haywood (this is confirmed by census and death certificate). There are four graves together, all purchased by Dexter Haywood, but Dexter is not there. The other two, besides Jack and Finley, are Helen Haywood and Ten N. Sibley. A cursory census check determined that in 1940 Finley Haywood was living in Texarkana with a Sibley family as a boarder. Helen Sibley was listed as the divorced daughter of the head of household and Ted N. Sibley was listed as her son. It appears that Helen married one of the Haywood brothers (my guess would be Finley), but I'm not sure. There are no memorials for Helen or Ted, so I created them and will transfer them to you if you want them. Just left me know.
Added by rwy on Jun 23, 2014 10:32 PM
|Sheri||Nassau Knolls Cemetery|
For George and Margaret Dagg at Nassau Knolls Cemetery it is Cedar Lawn Plot 339 C-1 and 339 C-2.
Thank you for your help.
Added by Sheri on Jun 23, 2014 7:28 AM
|susan m||RE: Cemetery Access|
Just stopped by the cemetery and it needs some TLC. What a shame.
Added by susan m on Jun 22, 2014 2:07 PM
|Nancy Domjanovich||Cecelia Heisen|
I was able to take a photo of the grave of Cecelia Heisen today. Do you want me to wait until you make a memorial for her, then add it? Or do you want me to email it to you? Either way is fine.
|Stephanie Carpenter||Thank You|
Thank you so much for taking the photo! I sent the request and honestly never really expected a photo. The service you provide is such a gift. Thanks again, Stephanie
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