|Orrin Merritt III (#46993623)|
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There is no marker.
Added by Leah on Nov 05, 2015 10:36 AM
|kaycee||RE: No grave for George Merritt|
There are 43 people in this grave.
I have copied here 21-30. as you can see George was buried just before Annie.
I will go on George's memorial and upload the stone for you
Gorton Cemetery CCConsecrated 214 21 George Henry Merritt
Gorton Cemetery CCConsecrated 214 22 Annie Whittle
Gorton Cemetery CCConsecrated 214 23 Nora Sheehan
Gorton Cemetery CCConsecrated 214 24 Joseph Westwell
Gorton Cemetery CCConsecrated 214 25 Still Born Child
Gorton Cemetery CCConsecrated 214 26 Norman Blair
Gorton Cemetery CCConsecrated 214 27 Agnes Crabtree
Gorton Cemetery CCConsecrated 214 28 Frank Nelson
Gorton Cemetery CCConsecrated 214 29 Richard Saxon
Gorton Cemetery CCConsecrated 214 30 Dora Ryder
Added by kaycee on Jul 12, 2015 10:31 AM
|Steve||Edit Error for Schmidt.|
You are going to get a edit notice for Lenna Schmidt (Find A Grave 104401944). I was trying to link her to husband Clifford (Find A Grave 119639149), but I’m afraid that I messed up and linked her to herself. Find A Grave won’t let me correct my error, so I thought I should send you a note to let you know.
Added by Steve on Aug 24, 2014 3:14 PM
|Steve||RE: Thanks for the picture|
You are very welcome.
She is buried next to her parents (Joseph on the left, Lolah in the middle, and Bonnie on the right.) I see that you shot the photo of Joseph’s headstone. So, if you remember where that was, you know where Bonnie is buried.
I could have sworn that I sent you a note about the search for Louisa Ottman, but I see now that I never got it done.
I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to find Louisa because there is no record of her at: http://dekalb.illinoisgenweb.org/Cemeteries/Elmwood_files/elmwood_O.html. This list was generated in the 1980’s by people actually walking the cemetery and writing down the names they found there. I figured that if they didn’t find her ~30 years ago, the odds of me finding her today were remote.
But just incase, I went over to the Sycamore library and had a look at the official Elmwood records. Sure enough, Louisa was listed in a plot next to the road within about 50 feet of the cemetery’s east entrance. The reason there was no listing for Louisa at the illinoisgenweb site is because there is no family stone indicating last name, only stones with first names. There are stones on either side of Louisa’s that are made of the same material and in the same manner as Louisa’s with the names George, Charles, Mary, Russell, and Lida E.
Added by Steve on Aug 20, 2014 10:55 PM
|Laura Jensen62||Question about parents|
Hello. I was wondering if you are positive of the parents on memorial no. 25902063 Lorena wells. I have some Wells that I think are her parents. William H and Ida Rosaline (Palmer) Wells. No. 1327200401 and No. 132720401. Thank you for checking it out for me.
You posted a photo of grave stone for Rev. Harold Nilges. It is a joint marker with his sister. She just died today and I am making a page for her. May I post your photo to her page?
I'm not related, and not seeking to have this transferred to me.
Added by Linda G. on Jul 16, 2014 9:07 PM
|Bradford White||RE: Thanks for your diligence...|
You are welcome, Orrin. Sorry it did not pan out. Given no (known, written) records of Morses in this cemetery and that Isaac Morse was about ten years old, is it conceivable that he was buried in the other cemeteries where Morses predominated? Seems odd to have a child removed from parents and siblings. Let me know if I can track down another.
|Mary||Iona Wells Evans|
Thanks so much for the picture of Iona Wells Evans' Stone. Your time and dedication is greatly appreciated. Mary
Added by Mary on May 08, 2014 4:01 PM
|Shandra||RE: Thanks for the pictures!!|
You're very welcome! Happy to help.
Added by Shandra on Apr 29, 2014 2:02 PM
Thanks for making the links in the Mary Drake Record. I appreciate it.
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