This page is an online tribute of graves I've encountered during my many walks in cemeteries. Many of the graves this page are of relatives or associates. Of special interest are graves that appear not to have been visited for a long time or obituaries that touch my heart. With the help of the internet, graves that haven't been visited for quite a while can be visited anytime.
Emina Hadzic Hassan Thank you very much for finding my long lost sister. I did not know where she was buried for 19 years, till now. You made me sad/happy. I will visit now. Keep up the good work. Enes Hadzic.
Stamford I happen to notice you have quite a few memorials and pictures from Stamford Presbyterian and wondered if this is a local cemetery for you. I see that the old records were lost but wondered if you might know of newer copies. I'm pretty sure that members of my family might be somewhere within it.
Mitchell/McMicking I have head stone photos for many of the people in these families and their biographies I wrote. I also have photos and biographies for many of the people in the cemetery but not listed.
I have added some but I am not sure this is the way. Examples are Hugh Mitchell and Sarah McMicking.
I also have photos of head stones that are difficult to read.
Bushra Khan I was a course-mate of Bushra Khan in the Canadian Forces for eight months, way back in 1982-83. I was very surprised and saddened to learn through this website of her passing away.
She died much too young. Do you have any information about the circumstances that you would be able to share? We were friends, but as is typical of the military we lost touch with one another when our basic air engineering course ended.