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Paducah, McCracken County, Ky
Mayfield, Graves County, Ky
Hickman City [Fulton County], Ky
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|Kristi Fogtman||William Sutton Bishop|
I hope that I've rearranged the photos and newspaper articles in the way that you requested. Please let me know if they are incorrect. I didn't realize that we have the option to rearrange photos! Now I'll have to go back to other memorials and do a little redecorating...
If you would like the memorial transferred to you, I would be happy to do it.
|LawUlm||Photo for John Caesar|
Following is the information requested.
Name: John Caesar (unknown - Jan. 30, 1930)
Note from contributor: If possible,,, Could you see if the Dob is readable on the Marker (if Mr Caesar has a marker) Thanks
This information is requested from the Morris Village Cemetery (State Hospital), State Park, Richland County, South Carolina.
I visited the cemetery today and there are NO tombstone in the cemetery, only a small brick size stone with a number on it. Please go to the Find A Grave site and you can see that the information was upload from old hospital records. Since this is a State Hospital, they could afford to put up tombstone.
Added by LawUlm on Apr 21, 2014 9:42 PM
|Dale Schaefer||Charles Oldrieve|
I'm sorry, but there is no visible marker here for Mr. Oldrieve. He was buried in Section A, Division 1. Last year I went in there and photographed all of the visible stones in that section and put them on Find A Grave. There is nothing for this gentleman. Sorry. He WAS an interesting fellow. I have added a picture of the 'newer' part of this very old section where he would have been buried. Cemetery records don't even show a plot/grave number. I wish there was one! I've entered a pic of the part of this section where he is buried.
|B.J. Waters||Mary Arms photo request.|
Hello! I noticed your photo request and would like you to know that that is a duplicate memorial of the one that is designated as "famous", and it is listed under the name of Mae Marsh (memorial #5849996). Also, there is already a grave photo on the original. I have notified the person who created the duplicate, and it will probably be deleted.
I could create 2000 memorials too if I stole and copied other peoples memorial information.
Added by J Farris on Mar 21, 2014 6:40 AM
|J Farris||Charles Cash|
I would like the information that you stole regarding Charles Cash removed from the memorial at once!
Added by J Farris on Mar 21, 2014 6:24 AM
Thank you so much for the photo's of Mary Adkins Sherar. That was quick. Thx again, Mindy
Added by Mindy on Mar 13, 2014 7:10 PM
|Marcelle Langley Duffel||Wm H. Sanders|
Thank you ever so much for going out of you way in getting this pic..its greatly appreciated.
|David Roth||Julius Loeser - Home of Peace San Diego|
I'll be posting the photos to this memorial in a few minutes. He is buried next to his (step?)son, Irving M. Olenick. I have also posted photos to that memorial and updated it with dates, etc.
|dcp||Jonakin graves at Elmwood cemetery, Norfolk, VA|
Today I went to Elmwood cemetery to research Martha Jonakin and the Jonakin family to respond to your photo request. Searching the Elmwood records, many of which were lost in a fire in the 1930's, there is no record of any Jonakins buried there. The entries go from "Jolly" to "Jones."
I wish I could have been more helpful, but I thought you might be interested in what I found (or rather didn't!).
Added by dcp on Feb 24, 2014 1:07 PM
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