|Julie H (#46934373)|
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I live in California, which doesn't have all that many cool cemeteries,lol, so when I end up in one while traveling, I try to take some pictures of the stones. Hopefully they help someone.
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|Dale Schaefer||C Hart/Elmwood, Memphis|
Sorry, but there is no marker. This appears to be a child from the cemetery burial records. He is buried in the W. Tanner Plot. I'll add a pic of the plot which has two stones for Tanner's.
|Joshua Cotten||RE: James & Mary Koonce|
Thank you very much for trying! I really do appreciate it. :)
|Lynn J. Gauthier||Samuel Douglass-Vermont|
I have declined your edit for his parents. His death record gives his parents as William & Betsey Douglas not the couple in your SAC. See the links I made and add'l info.
|Brett Rutherford||Polar Bear Mom|
Hello PBM seems to be interested in quantity but not quality. Do you know how to reach her? I have many edits to her profiles and don't know how to accomplish that. Sorry not personal she just lists you as a friend
|Stephen Cantrell||Re: Lucy (Russell) Newcomb 131556614|
I believe you've found the correct father for Lucy. But I'm not so sure about the mother. Lucy's death record says she was a daughter of Lucy, not Harriett. At least two ancestry trees agree that John Russell was married to both Lucy and Harriett. For now, I'll decline your edit suggestion, but go ahead and link Lucy Newcomb to John Russell. Maybe someone will eventually find Lucy (Douglas) Russell.
Thank you for finding her father.
Best to you.
|Les||Catherine Libs Renn|
Thanks for your quick response. My email address is email@example.com. I did check with Catholic Cemeteries of New Albany which includes Holy Trinity and St. Mary of New Albany and they weren't able to find anything in their cemetery or church records on Catherine. Holy Trinity is where my wife and I were married but unfortunately, it was destroyed by fire. I'm almost certain Catherine's maiden name was Libs, not Lipps.
Maybe what you have will be of help.
Added by Les on Jan 12, 2015 10:49 PM
|Les||Catherine Libs (Lipps) Renn|
Thanks for all your help in updating some of my memorials.
I noticed you have created many memorials for Holy Trinity Cemetery in New Albany, Indiana. Did you happen to run across a grave for Catherine Libs Renn who was the first spouse of Joseph Renn Jr., married on November 8, 1851? A family tree I have of Joseph Renn Sr. shows she was buried at Holy Trinity and was born in 1832 and died about 1864. I checked with Catholic Cemeteries of New Albany and they of no record of her. Would like to verify her burial there before creating memorial
Any help would be much appreciated.
Leslie T. Renn
Added by Les on Jan 12, 2015 12:00 PM
|Kim Bonetti||Douglas family|
Are you related to William Douglas and Jenette Marshall Douglas? I saw you made memorials for them.
|Rob M||Frederick Armbruster - Cave Hill|
Frederick did not have a marker, but three other Armbrusters and nine Conrads did have individual markers. I added a photo of the Lot for Frederick.
Added by Rob M on Dec 11, 2014 4:57 PM
|Susan-HCBAR Historic Cemetery Preservation-SRP||The transfer|
Julie thanks for the transfer to me (Green Lawn)... I've already transferred it from me to Nancy Staton Huggins who did all the photographing in this cemetery and lives in Kingstree.
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