|Jill Kastello (#46900815)|
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I am new to this website, and discovered this week that you posted death information on my great-grandmother, Margaretha Reissmann, buried at Bellevue Cemetery in Lawrence, Mass. I am wondering how you came by that information. It is accurate. Were you researching this family? Are you related?
|Kathy (Hoy) Eltiste||Plattenberger Updates|
Thanks for accepting my recent updates for the Plattenberger family.
Merry Christmas to you & your family,
|Jana Marie Lashmit||101287717 Kinsley|
Thank you so much for the transfer of James's memorial!!
I called the Sexton at the Holy Cross cemetery and he didn't have Otis listed. But he said that he figured people at the prision were probably cremated and was told that the ashes were thrown into the Dead River since that is right at that edge of cemetery. But that was what he was told, it could be just hear say. Nothing documented.
Also, he said that there is another cemetery in Escanaba, MI that is called Holy Cross. So he might be there, by chance. Thats about 50 miles, give or take South of here.
Added by Trace on Apr 30, 2014 12:15 PM
The man that was murdered at the prison,(memorial #1000722408) got me wondering if there really was a cemetry up there.
One of my friends son works as a prison guard at that prison and I asked him. He is not aware of one, and if there was the bodies were probably removed to another cemetery with in time. He said there is alot of history, stories, at that prison and that there is only a very few old timers living that worked there. He doesn't think there is much documented. But maybe if I work at it, I will find something.
Was Otis Newel a gangster, as I heard they were shipped up to this prison from the Detroit area as this place then, was very remote.
I didn't claim this as I'm not sure if I will be able to retrieve where he is laid to rest. So if someone else claims this and finds it, thats okay by me. Be a learning experience for me in the end.
Added by Trace on Apr 27, 2014 9:26 AM
Hi ~ I just posted a photo for Fay Herring Webster in Logan Park Cemetery in Sioux City (and a Robert Webster buried next to her)and wondered if you know of a Maude 1887-1921? The stone was next to Fay & Robert, but no last name, so wondered if she may be a Herring or Webster. Her stone is the same color/lettering as theirs. Any idea who she is?
Added by S Ross on Apr 13, 2014 5:59 PM
|Eli Henthorn||RE: John C McCormick|
I will also be visiting the cemetery to photograph the stones (someone who has been there recently told me they couldn't find them) and possibly charting and documenting the unmarked graves as well as the three marked ones.
|WinterHasReturned||Wendt Lincoln Cemetery|
Do you have any of those death certificates that provided info to make the above named cemetery?
I am trying to find a map for it
Thank you for the transfer :) And, thanks so much for creating it originally :)
|The Lady in Black||Anna Yeomans @ Woodmere|
Added photos to her memorial. Also made a memorial for her son, Clarence, who is buried with her (didn't see Arthur's stone, but may have missed it). If you'd like a transfer of Clarence's memorial, just let me know, and I will do it as soon as I can.
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