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|Tom Denardo||william lee 1884-16|
mt auburn cemetery st joe missouri
|Lisa||RE: findagrave Hunt|
Thanks for your quick response...I'll stay in touch and will happily delete any duplicates once we know for sure that's what they are. I read that it wasn't uncommon for bodies to be moved from one place to another one. Would love to see photos of those old cemeteries if there is anything at all. :-)
Maybe you will find this link useful:
Added by Lisa on Apr 26, 2015 7:41 PM
|Lisa||RE: langlotz Evangelical Cem|
Let me know if you move them here so I can delete my memorials for them. Thanks, Lisa
Added by Lisa on Apr 24, 2015 12:21 PM
|Lisa||RE: langlotz Evangelical Cem|
Hi John, Boy what confusion! :-) Sorry I wasn't more clear...it was late. :-)
Based on cemetery records that I have, I believe that Cay and her husband Henry are buried at the West Boonville Evangelical Church graveyard at the following link: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSvcid=581808&GRid=145501840&CRid=2387868&
I didn't see your memorials for them since we have different cemeteries, and we have Cay named differently. They are obviously the same people. (Both of our Henry's died in church!)
They are there with Cay's father and mother, and her brother John.
My memorials for Cay and Henry:
Added by Lisa on Apr 24, 2015 12:19 PM
|Spanish American War||4-01-15|
Thank you for all the virtual entries honoring veterans and especially for those among the railroaders who served in the Spanish American War. If you ever, in your Civil War meandering, find Jackson Bond, Edward R. Henderson, or Stephen H. Stokley (the Southerners who chased Andrews Raiders aboard the General), please let me know.
John S. Sims
|GeneHunter||RE: theodore McCammon Findagravve|
You are very welcome. He and his wife are resting in a lovely spot. If you ever do come to the Fraser Valley drop me a line.
|Christina ||RE: elizabeth williamson findagrave|
No problem glad I could help I know I have another picture of a grave near Elizabeth's. Jean C Williamson.
|Janetv99||RE: Ursula McMullen|
Hi Mike, I just happened to find M Theresa while searching for your other people. No, I don't have her obit but can take a look at the library for it. By the way, beside Theresa is a headstone marked simply "Canning" and it reads "Born in Ireland". I wonder if that is a relation. The cemetery office was closed or I could have called to ask them who it was. As for Theresa being a nun... the Ursuline Sisters have their own burial area in St. Anthony's and she isn't near it at all. But who knows, perhaps she is connected to the Cannings and wanted to be buried near them. Not the normal practice though. Let me see what I can find out.
Janet in Chatham
Added by Janetv99 on Sep 05, 2014 9:57 PM
|SarniaKid||RE: Duncan Waller|
Yes---I am a Sarnia girl, born and bred and proud of it! I live in London right now but get to Sarnia as often as I can. I plan on moving back in the near future. It's funny---when I was taking the Waller pic today I was thinking that the name was familiar somehow---now I know why!
|Susan Burks||RE: Christiana Carden|
You are more than welcome.
Marywood Cemetery has many interments without a headstones or markers. There are a lot of concrete headstones and/or footstones with no lettering nor dates; just the stone or rock.
:~( However, I went to the Historian who documented Marywood Cemetery and also, spoke with the Historian at Tyndall Air Force Base and both have the list (which you see on Find A Grave which unfortunately has duplication of the interments names). They do not have a record of precisely who was buried in all the unmarked grave. :~(
The good news is that at one point in time, someone knew where Christiana Carden was buried (exact location) and placed a marker with her name, born, and died dates. There are a total of five located in Marywood Cemetery with the same marker style as like Christiana Carden.
I hope this information helps you. If you should have additional questions, please let me know.
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