I have entered extensive records for the St. James Catholic Cemetery in Colgan, Adjala Twp, Simcoe Co, ON, Canada, where many of my ancestors and cousins are buried. I read this cemetery in 1979. Is there anyone who could read the newer stones and take photos of the stones for the memorials that already exist?
I am also adding records for the Bellerive Heritage Gardens, Creve Coeur, MO, USA, which is right behind my house. I have no known relatives buried there, but it is a matter of working with what I can do, instead of what I would prefer to do.
If you are a member of the family of the interred and would like control of the site passed to you, just ask. Feel free to use my images for your own genealogy, and to add photos of the persons, and let me know if you have bios or obits to put on the sites.
I am an active family historian for the families I belong to, but have been known to work at biochemistry, archival photography, and playing and teaching piano and flute.
I have Margaret Lucille Lowe in my Family Tree and believe her first husband may have been George Aussey. She was born in Grand Forks, North Dakota and her parents where Harold Joseph Lowe and Jewel Dolores Bomstad. Not sure if that fits with the ancestor's mentioned in your tree.
Creve Coeur Burials Hello, Mary, my great grandmother was Lillian Anne " Lillie" Stemme Price daughter of Ferdinand Andreas Stemme born in Germany died in St Louis MO 1903 and wife America Copeland Stemme. My great grandmother died of TB at a young age. Her death record show burial Creve Coeur. But, my grandmother, Lucille Lillian Price Green told me her mother was buried at " her uncle Charlie Stemme" farm. No headstone but buried by a Wilheim (sp?) Stemme with a headstone. Is there a cemetery called Creve Coeur ? Or is that a location. I can not find her burial place. I called a Stemme relative that my grandmother knew well and Mildred Stemme Dauster daughter of a Charles Stemme verified there was a cemetery on the farm she was living in. She is now deceased but her son lives there. Any suggestions you may have is greatly appreciated. Thank you, Mary. Carolyn
I apologize. i had previously read your bio But forgot that you had already given blanket permission for the use of your photos. I will be uploading your photo to my tree and, of course, giving you credit. Thank you very much! For the memorials which I sent edit suggestions for linking, do you want to just transfer those memorials to me if you are not also related? Mary Ellen "Nellie" Crisp Butler is a first cousin of my maternal grandmother Laurel Crisp Hackard who did a lot of family genealogy, made a trip to Canada, and met Nellie's daughter Martha Harris. I would be honored to maintain those memorials. If you are related would you please tell me how? Either way, thank you for your time in creating these memorials.
Thank you for the Butlers! Thank you very much for uploading your photos of the Butlers in the Canadian cemetery. I apologize for not thanking you sooner. May I please have your permission to use your photos on my family tree which I also synch with my public tree on ancestry.com? I would be happy to give you credit for the photos in whatever form you prefer. Whether you grant permission, thanks again for uploading these photos. I really appreciate it.
Re: St Paul's Cemetery in Alliston and St James, Colgan. James Joseph Moran 1860-1943 and his wife Ellen Mary McMahon 1857-1922, are my great grandparents. The other Moran's in this cemetery and St James Cemetery in Colgan are all my relatives.