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PJ Perry (#46968101)
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Bio Photo Researching my family history since the 70's has been my passion. I am a grandmother of five granddaughters. I do this research to leave for them.

I will be happy to transfer any memorials that are not part of my family.

Contact me through here for findagrave matters, all other matters use my personal email: PJPERRY@GMAIL.COM. Thank you. Happy Researching.

Any "personal" pics which I have uploaded can not be used for commercial use. Thank you
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Larry Wales
RE: Pixley and. Gilbert Stones
Thank you, I'll take a picture of this whole plot and e-mail it to you. The monument and two markers are all that remains on this plot. From the location, near a bank and road I would guess the stones were lost, or covered by sod, over a period of time. Maybe there never was a stone. Larry
Added by Larry Wales on Jul 13, 2014 8:13 AM
MWL
RE: Thomas George Lewis Grave
Thank you.

I will try to contact the other person.
Added by MWL on Jul 10, 2014 4:50 PM
MWL
Thomas George Lewis Grave
Good morning,

We appreciate the work you have done.

We were recently in Dryden, NY at the Green Hills Cemetery looking for Thomas George Lewis and Lucinda Lewis' grave. We searched for 3 hours and could not find it. The marker in the photo is very distinctive but we could not find it. Is it still there? Has it been removed? This is a mystery to us.

Thank you for any help you can give.
Added by MWL on Jul 10, 2014 3:56 PM
Eleanor
Gilberts
Unforunately, Almeron, Lena, William and Rhoda Gilbert never had gravestones, but they are buried in the Gilbert lot with other family members. Their vital statistics, except for Lena's, came from the Center Lisle Cemetery Association records. Somehow,Lena's death was never recorded, but I found the burial date in my grandfather's diary.


Eleanor
Town of Lisle Historian























Added by Eleanor on Jul 06, 2014 3:29 PM
Carol & Doug Eastway (John 3:16)
RE: Gladys Sheets Shaw
You are very welcome. Sorry, Im no relation to Gladys.
Carol
Added by Carol & Doug Eastway (Joh... on Jul 05, 2014 3:50 AM
JimC
Central Chapel Cemetery, NY
I visited Central Chapel today and found and posted your request for Rosina Best's family, but I could not find Louise Maynard. I checked and her grave was listed as unmarked during a 2003 cemetery restoration:

http://nytompki.org/cemeteries/centralcem.htm
Added by JimC on Jul 01, 2014 2:42 PM
John & Dolores Chase
Perry, Simeon
I added a little better close up. The carving are not the best. Perry, Simeon b. Apr. 18, 1829 d. Oct 24,1886, lot 506, Simeon & Lucretia are the only stones on this lot, Grove Cemetery hope this helps
Added by John & Dolores Chase on Jun 26, 2014 9:37 AM
Paul E. Newell
RE: Agnes Beatrice
PJ - yes, you may use my personal photo of Beatrice LITTLE Elliott, posted on Find A Grave, for your family history project.
Added by Paul E. Newell on Jun 25, 2014 3:20 PM
TomW
Lakeview Cemetery
I see that you have other requests out there. As I photograph the headstones, I will continue to fulfill the requests. A lot mor photographing needs to be done.
Added by TomW on Jun 23, 2014 7:34 PM
TomW
RE: Wheaton
The records for this cemetery are not in very good shape because of neglect by the former caretaker. He was recently arrested for writing himself $50,000 in checks, sold or gave away the cemetery maintenance machinery. A water leak in the caretaker's house where he resided had a water leak that affected the records. Needless to say it was not possible to get information on where anyone is buried.

I decided on my own to start photographing each and every headstone in the cemetery. There are over 8,000 burials, so this is going to be a daunting task. In just 11 hours of, first removing over growth of grass and weeds, brushing headstones, then photographing them, I have done 1304 photos to date.

I'm hoping that my efforts will help them with their records and I hope I will be able to work with them to get things in shape.
Added by TomW on Jun 23, 2014 7:32 PM
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