|Sandykp||Lizzie Case Deerfield Cemetery|
Hi......... there is no listing for Lizzie Case in Deerfield township burial records. There is no record of it in the 1992 transcriptions b y the Portage County Historical Society. HOWEVER there is a FLORENCE L Case buried there Feb 21 1936 age 81 yrs in the cemetery records. Could this be who you are looking for? There is a memorial on line for her in Deerfield Cemetery. I am working on photographing the whole cemetery, so if you have other info on who her husband was or relatives maybe I can look in their burial plots to see if there are any unknowns in those plots with the cemetery database. I have a copy of their database, as they are only open 2 days a week and I am helping them get the whole cemetery on line.
Get back to me so I know if it is handled or not. thanks
Added by Sandykp on Jul 20, 2016 9:37 AM
|Laurie & Nate S.||Bridget Ryan, Moriah, NY.|
Hi Ronald, Just wanted to let you know I fulfilled your photo request for Bridget Keese Ryan in Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery where she is buried with her husband John Joseph, their daughter Jennie, and Catherine Ryan.
|Maureen E. Wilson||Werlein Plot|
Are they in the Lake Lawn Cemetery or in the Metarie Cemetery? The large Werlein Mausoleum is in Metarie. I might have to change my cemetery info. I no longer live in New Orleans. I have Philip V added. My mistake, Philip IV was added by someone else. TY so much, Maureen
|Maureen E. Wilson||Philip|
Dear Mr. Shultz,
Would you be willing to transfer Philip Werlein's Memorial to me. Philip V was my boyfriend, then fiancé briefly, 7 years total, until he died of brain cancer. TY very much for adding his memorial.
|JessMurray||Find A Grave Community Meetup Day, October 18th at 10AM|
Find A Grave is hosting a worldwide community meet up day on Saturday, October 18th to help preserve history and fulfill much needed photo requests across the Find A Grave site.
I volunteered to host the Chicago meet up and am hoping to get a handful of passionate people to do a photo walk of Concordia cemetery in Forest Park at 10AM. The cemetery has graciously offered to provide us the locations of between 30-40 headstones so we’ll be able to get right to work and what's more fun than being surrounded with other cemetery lovers.
You can find more information about the worldwide meet up day here: http://www.ancestry.com/cs/find-a-grave-community-day
Chicago specific meet up information here: http://www.meetup.com/Find-A-Grave/Chicago-IL/1213592/
Hope you’ll join us and you’re welcome to invite others!
|Nathan Haines||Maude E Perry|
I got pics per your request for Maude E Perry's burial site. I did not discover there was already a picture on her page until after I got pictures for you. I am guessing the reason you wanted pictures was because you wanted better pictures??
It is real hard to get good pictures in that mausoleum due to all the niches having glass on them and the glass reflects everything in the area like a mirror. The close-up I got of Maude's niche for instance looks a bit smokey due to something on the opposite wall to her niche reflecting on the glass.
I put picture captions on the area shots if you care to click on the pictures to see that.
If I put too many pictures let me know and I will get rid of any you don't want, ok?
|Chris Kanaan||Hi again|
No problem! I also haven't forgotten about getting the birthdate for Stoll at Grace Pioneer here in Estevan, just have been pressed for time and it's been west lately. Will get back to you with that info, glad I could help.
|Chris Kanaan||Louis Herman STOLL|
Managed to visit Estevan Pioneer Cemetery today (it's an abandoned cemetery without any roads leading to it now) where you had requested a photo of Louis Herman Stoll. On the headstone itself, the last name is written: Stole, just fyi.
|Terry Lester||zahn family|
Ronald I am doing some research on my wife's family. Am wondering if you have any idea where Raymond and Ilene Bernier Zahn are buried and also his parents Emil and Deno Zorn Zahn. As I cannot find them in Find A Grave. Have them living in Bottineau, No. Dak.
|John K. Pierson||RE: Bauman|
I took thousands of photos in that cemetery a few years ago in good weather. Not too many have been added to Find a Grave because it takes a lot of time and I am still adding names to other cemeteries.
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