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Ken Thompson (#46888098)
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Bio Photo Originally from NW Ohio, currently in the state of Misery -- near the confluence of the Illinois, Missouri & Mississippi Rivers.

Mine:
Paternal lines: THOMPSON, KRIEGER, SPROSS, WILHELM, also Niemeyer, Meiring, Curtis, Roscoe.
Maternal lines: WESTRICK, LAUBENTHAL, BAUER, SEIFERT, COTTON, HAMMES, also Dietrick/Deitrick, Simmer, Schon, Mead, Lynch.

My wife's:
Paternal lines: FLEMING, MCKENNA, CAMERON, MAXWELL, FRAME, KANE, also Munro, McCann.
Maternal lines: HARCOMBE, HAMMETT, GREEN, SAUNDERS, CUMMING, COSTE, KOHLER.

If you should see any of your relatives in my memorials, please let me know -- will gladly update a/o transfer memorials to family members.
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RE: GREEN tomb, St Louis #3
Did you get the records from St Louis #3 yet?
Added by Ancestors on Aug 27, 2014 6:17 PM
Sunni Winkler
Memorial 43672680 Mexico Sanders
Lafayette TN is in Macon County, not Putnam
Added by Sunni Winkler on Aug 24, 2014 7:48 AM
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RE: GREEN tomb, St Louis #3
Yeah! I hope you get all kinds of good stuff in that piece of mail!
I have had no luck finding a map of the cemetery online. It is really big and the cemetery office has an entire wall covered with the map. I tried photographing it but it didn't come out too well. I actually tried to find the Green tomb again to make sure I didn't miss one of the markers as when one fills up, they move it to the side or the back and add a new one to the front. I couldn't find it again. Every once in a while on my way out of the cemetery a tomb (ghost) will call me over to take a photo (HA HA). Generally, I try to be organized with my pics but I am wondering if this was one that was random? I was working on row A.
Alicia
Added by Ancestors on Aug 22, 2014 12:31 PM
Louis Roth
RE: Alexander H Fleming, Cypress Lawn
and I want to see Nova Scotia before I die ...
Added by Louis Roth on Aug 20, 2014 2:27 PM
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RE: GREEN tomb, St Louis #3
I have relatives buried in this cemetery. They discussed all of that with me...in that, I mean, they told me all of the dates they had on record for everyone buried in the tomb and told me added info no listed on the tomb such as where they were born, etc. they told me that they have different info for different time period. I would definitely start with the cemetery office and ask them to guide you to the next step at the diocese. The lady I spoke with a few times has taken a few minutes to warm up but once she does, she gets into it! Since I am not related, there isn't much I can help you with from this end. If you find out some way that I can help, let me know. This cemetery is not far from me.
Added by Ancestors on Aug 16, 2014 7:57 AM
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RE: GREEN tomb, St Louis #3
I think I am off a bit on the dates back for cemetery records kept at the cemetery office. Thinking it is much later like 1920s. I don't know but it is a quicker place to start than the archdioceses, I think.
Added by Ancestors on Aug 16, 2014 7:30 AM
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RE: GREEN tomb, St Louis #3
You can start with the cemetery office during regular business hours. I think they have the records there back to 1879(ish) but the earlier ones are at the Archdiocese. The cemetery # is 504-482-5065. There are loads of tours there so be patient. Be ready to say how you are related.
Again, if you come across any that I did, I will gladly assign over to y'all. Just let me know.
Added by Ancestors on Aug 15, 2014 9:19 PM
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RE: GREEN tomb, St Louis #3
Sorry...missed the part that this was your wife's tree! I uploaded lots of the photos but I think someone else had done most of the memorials. Any that I created, I'd be happy to transfer to you or your wife's care. I am in no way related.
Added by Ancestors on Aug 15, 2014 6:34 PM
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RE: GREEN tomb, St Louis #3
There is likely more people in there than just these.... Are you related to this family? If so, the cemetery will speak with you about this . They should be able to give you the names of everyone in there plus additional info that may not be on the stones. They will likely take your name and number and call you back with the info. Hope these photos help you with your search.
Added by Ancestors on Aug 15, 2014 6:12 PM
Beth Bush
Homer Cotton
I would be happy to take a photo of Homer's gravestone at Crown Hill Cemetery if you would let me know the section number. Please contact the cemetery (330-425-8128) and request the section number and forward to me.
Added by Beth Bush on Aug 12, 2014 6:39 PM
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