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Thank you to all the fine FAG volunteers who have seen fit to transfer family memorials to me for my care. I do not delete memorials that are transferred to me, I attempt to enhance them so as to honor the ancestor.
Photos in many cases are those in my possession, please contact me before clicking and claiming, I mean, we might be related! Of course, many of the lovely headstone photos are the work of many volunteers here and you need to ask them to use their photos.
I have taken a number of photos in Baldwin County Alabama cemeteries which I have posted here. I grant permission to any family researcher, or any genealogical or historical society/group in Baldwin County Alabama the use any of the BALDWIN COUNTY ALABAMA photos . This waiving of copyright and use is only for BALDWIN COUNTY ALABAMA photos.
You can find a email addy on my blog Reflections From the Fence. Or message me here, I will get notifications, hope to hear from you soon.
Everyone, and I do MEAN EVERYONE, deserves a memorial. Recently I had to delete a memorial on the insistence of a family member. I cried, really, I cried.
I hope I never, ever, have to delete another memorial.
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|Allan Dettweiler||Susanna Ruthig Otto|
Sorry, I can't say where Susanna (ruthig) Otto is buried.
There is a Susannah Otto buried at the Sebringville Cemetery according to the Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid (OCFA), but I have no way of knowing if that is the correct Susannah.
|Chris L||RE: Donald Cook|
Received call from Pleasant Valley Cemetery. Donald "Ray" Cook was cremated. His remains were buried in Section 8, Lot A226 , Space E. His wife is still living and has a space with him for her remains. There is no marker at all and the manager said all of the surrounding ground is alike and unable to tell a specific burial spot without plotting out the area which they would do for his wife's remains. If there was a gravestone ordered by the family you may want to contact the cemetery at 913-344-7506. Best wishes.
Added by Chris L on Jan 28, 2014 6:42 PM
|Ellen Hambly(Bruns)Flickinger||RE: Jaquis/Turner corrections|
I remember getting and e-mail from you but I can't find it. Are you the one who wanted rolland and sula's pictures? you can use them if you want. Thats one reason I do this is for info I can find about relatives. ellen
|Irene Smith-Rice||RE: Luther Dews|
Hi Carol, It always makes me feel bad when I tell people there is no grave marker for a family member. I know it's so disappointing to them and it makes me feel that I just didn't try hard enough to find it. I have one entire generation in one family plot (Charleston, SC) and there isn't one headstone there. It was difficult to believe because they simply were not poor... frugal, but not poor. All the best, Irene
|Don Green||Nellie Welch|
Nellie's photo updated today !
|Kathie Wilkinson||Marshal Gurley Lewis|
I have changed the year of his birth to match what I had recorded from the obituary. I will try to track down the obit again to clarify the exact date of birth, but it will probably be awhile before I get to that.
|Don Green||RE: Lashbrooke|
You're very welcome, Carol. Glad I could help out !
|Bonita Olmer||RE: Francis Boyce in Holyrood|
Wow. I just assumed from the male spelling of Francis on the marker that SHE was a HE. Was she in the military? If so, I'll bet they just got the spelling wrong on the marker. It wouldn't be the first time I've seen this happen.
|Bonita Olmer||Francis Boyce in Holyrood|
There is a marker for him. I added it to his memorial page. The photo is dark. (It was early this morning.) I can go back another time and try to get a better picture. :)
|Bonita Olmer||William Boyce in Holyrood|
I was mistaken. The two Boyces you inquired about are buried in two separate sections of the cemetery. As it turns out, I have photographed all of Section S, where William Boyce is buried. Unfortunately, all that is there is a concrete marker that was meant to be temporary, and only a small part of it is showing. The grave where he is buried is shared with two other people who are probably unrelated. First initials and last names are probably impressed in the concrete, but no dates would appear on such a marker. This sort of burial generally indicates it was a donated grave.
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