Thank you for notifying me of the above duplicate. I have used my super duty deluxe duplicator eraser wand to destroy it. The shattered remains are being mixed with asphalt and will be used for highway construction!
I sent you a private email about this grave (I claimed it and was there but want to run some details by you before I post a pic) Just letting you know. I don't know if you're like me, and never ever read your email (I doubt it) :)
Added by Rahni on Sep 22, 2014 11:01 PM
|William Kazupski||Adolf Anders|
Adolf Anders at Mt. Greenwood cemetery in Chicago is buried in a single area with no marker. I would need the name of the wife to see if in fact she is also interred at the same cemetery due to many female ANDERS being buried there also.
Let me know....
|Lori B||Hattie Luebbe|
Hi - noticed when I got the photo request that her birth date is later than her death date. Says she was born in 1987 and died in 1952. I'm sure it's supposed to be 1887. Just wanted you to know.
Added by Lori B on May 16, 2014 6:38 AM
|Sweet Pea||Mary Davidson|
Hi, I found some Clarks buried close by and I took pictures of the headstone. I will posting them shortly. Mary Davidson her husband is buried beside her. I did not see anymore Davidson anywhere.
I sent you an email with some information for you. Hope it helps!
Hi Jim, I checked our cemetery cards and only found one Wermuth for that cemetery but I will check again tomorrow for the stone right above his. I'll let you know what I find. :)
|M Arvidson||St Joseph-Conrad Birkner|
Hi Jim-I found the headstone for Conrad but since it's an east-facing stone I need to go back during the morning to take a picture. He is buried with Kuni Birkner, born May 2, 1874 and died June 30, 1964. I didn't know if you already have a memorial page for her. If you do or if you create one, I'll post the picture to that page too.
|Mike Ohio||Merrill "Stub" Strickler 62727309|
In accordance with your request, I have linked the following:
Parents Lester 126202313 and Eliza 126123329.
I was able to photograph the stones you requested today. I also added a couple others that were in the same vicinity. My uncle was Jack E. Strickler also buried in Riverside. : )
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