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Dan Scott (#46822685)
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Stacey Ness
Filomena Hagg
I searched for your loved one yesterday. This cemetery is enormous. There are about 21,000 burials here. If you look at the photos for this cemetery, there is a map and you will see names of different sections. Each section has upward of 400 plots in it. If you could get the name of the section it would help. I don't have a map of plots and when I go there the office is hardly ever open so I can't access the map inside the office. I will be going back now and then and if you call the office at 816-279-5005 and get a section name and post it on the memorial page, someone should have a better chance of finding the marker. Directions or a location within the section could help as well. The office personnel don't want a person like me asking for the locations of a whole bunch of people....they just don't have time for it all at once.
I hope this will help you find your loved one.
Added by Stacey Ness on Oct 19, 2014 3:43 PM
Michael Poirier
Andrea Doria
Here is another survivor for your link
Added by Michael Poirier on Sep 06, 2014 3:13 PM
Susanne D
Infant Holzer
The record for this child states the burial was 29 Nov 1926 in location UNC. The cemetery says it means 'unconsecrated', because the child was not baptized. That doesn't make sense to me if the parents are buried at St. Boniface. I can post a photo of the Holzer headstone if you like. Let me know how you would like to proceed.
Added by Susanne D on Sep 02, 2014 3:48 PM
Carole K.
I think this grave is in Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, not Medina.
Added by Carole K. on Jun 20, 2014 6:33 AM
Floral Designer
Please call.. 1-914=693-4700 open 7 days a week Have all the maps.. once posted done with in 48 hrs..T Y
Added by Floral Designer on Jun 04, 2014 12:42 PM
Deborah Whitcraft
DeWitt C. Van Zile
Do you know if there are any photos available of this man?
Added by Deborah Whitcraft on May 28, 2014 8:07 PM
rita walden
RE: Capt. Hartley and his wife Mary Weir Wilson
hi yes she is next to captain will post rita
Added by rita walden on May 21, 2014 2:10 PM
William Webster Atwell
Hi Dan!

I spoke with a friend at Sparkman Hillcrest (SH) and he could not find a record of William Webster Atwell being buried or entombed there.

The only Atwell coming close to that name is a Webster Atwell II who was born in 1961 and died in 2012.

After reading his obituary that you posted, it seems he may be buried in Blowing Rock or San Antonio.

Please double check and let me know.
Added by BassetLover on May 21, 2014 1:25 PM
rita walden
hi went cemetery today mr marks said she in garden hill not rosemerer this maRY W HARTLEY the one you put up no death or brith this has both her husband was captain herbeth heryley is that who you looking for befor I claim an post it I done his back in nov or dec check it out let me know rita
Added by rita walden on May 20, 2014 6:56 PM
David Martin
SS Gairsoppa
Thank you for posting the burials of three crewmen of the Gairsoppa, there is another one a gunner Norman Thomas who is in a civilian grave nearby. The ship was found and salvaged recently, 3 miles deep and the cargo of 2800 silver bullion bars were recovered. The position of the church is 49.97012 -5.19235 if you would care to include that, thanks
Added by David Martin on Apr 06, 2014 2:45 PM
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