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Hi Islington, many thanks for transferring my relative George Ballinger's memorial to my care. I'll take good care of it and thank you for creating the memorial in the first place.
Hello, Would you mind if I attached your photo of Adam McDougall's headstone on my Ancestry Family tree?
Many thanks Finches
Added by Finches on Nov 26, 2016 1:54 PM
|Carol McCormick||Edith Carey Nelson - Pine Hills Cemetery|
Thank you for the clearer photo of the text of my relatives' gravestone. Much appreciated.
|Adele Olsen-Sullivan||George and Elizabeth Wake|
Found Them! I would have Never found George and Fanny Elizabeth Phillips-Wake in Canada if you had not posted this Memorial, at Lundys Lane Cemetery! Thank you!
I could not find them on another Census record after 1911. The couple emigrated to Canada from England 1911.
There is a Mrs in the Josseph Dufault name. I have uploaded a picture that I took today.
Added by libbyroy on Nov 11, 2016 5:01 PM
|Betty Smith||Find a grave # 169179893|
Thank you for going to Mount Pleasant Cemetery to photograph a stone for the above mentioned memorial. As there is no headstone, I assume the picture is his plot D location?
|L Niedermeyer||Headstone of John, Julia, and Jane Clarke|
Hi Shannon! Thanks so much for taking a photo of this headstone! I am having a hard time reading parts of it--due mostly to the mottled type of stone and what looks like it is probably under a tree causing dappling :) I was wondering if you are in this cemetery again you might be able to do a transcription. It looks like there is a good chance the words and letters would be readable in person, but I live in the next country over, so I won't be able to come and look myself any time soon. If you can't, I understand, but thought I would at least ask. This is the only concrete evidence of dates I have for any of these three people. Thank you again for your wonderful work!
I would like to thank you for posting a picture of my grandfather's grave marker "Mark J Mundier". If you could be so kind as to post some of his parents' markers?
They are Mark (d.July 13, 1953) and Emma Mundier(d. June 30 1959), buried in Mount Hope cemetery Toronto. Burial location: Section 24 lot 15
I would greatly appreciate it since I like in the states and rarely get to Toronto!
Added by Debbie on Oct 01, 2016 7:13 AM
|Elaine Vanderwal||Platt Percy's nephews Melvin & Clarence|
Hello, You have posted the photo of Percy & Sarah Platt's gravestone memorial # 138939460. If you are able to go to the cemetery could you please look for the graves of Melvin & Clarence Platt in the same cemetery. Our connection is with Melvin & Clarence's father George William Platt # 120171465 & wife Ethel in this same cemetery, St Johns Norway. If you have any other info on this Platt family we'd be most grateful. Thanks a million. :-) Elaine
|Donna Earle||Cornick - Elijah John, Lavinia & Dorman Hibbs Cornick|
Thank you Islington for posting the photo of the Cornick headstone.
Elijah John and Dorman Hibbs were sons of Lavinia (nee Hibbs) Cornick and William Cornick. These folks are relatives of mine and they are originally from Moreton's Harbour, Newfoundland and Labrador.
I realize that the wording is difficult to pick out on the stone but the first name on the stone is Elijah John(not Liliah). Beatrice Jane (nee Boyles) Cornick is wife of Dorman Hibbs Cornick and she is buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Burlington, ON.
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