I first got involved in family history when I was about 16. My mom showed me some records she had boxed up and I was caught. I love working on my own family history and find almost equal pleasure in helping with other family trees. *Please feel free to use/copy/post elsewhere any of the pictures I've taken.*
Fred Rothlisberger at Forest Home Cemetery Hi! I need the burial Section and Lot Numbers in order to take a photograph for you. This cemetery's staff does not help photo volunteers, and the burial location is not available anywhere else.
Wendt family Hi Jessica, got and accepted your edits, thanks. Would you be interested in having the Wendt family transferred to you? I'm trying to cut down on the number of memorials I manage, so you'd be doing me a favor! --Debbie
RE: Rudolph Lang (#122183954) photo You're so very welcome. I added another photo I took that shows a larger view of where Mr. Lang is buried. I'm happy to delete it if you have other photos you'd rather upload. Just let me know.
RE: Martha, William, Albert Robertson You are very welcome. I wish there would have been headstones for both of them, but sometimes there just isn't. Sometimes we are just left to "assume" where they are buried.
Firth Sorry, no George Firth near Arline. If he is in the Locust section, where Arline is, then his grave is unmarked, I have created memorials for all the graves that have markers in that section. You may want to call the cemetery to see if he is interred there. They are quite helpful. Jd
John Francis Long Hello Regarding your photo request in Maple Grove Cem. this cemetery was entirely photographed a couple of years ago all available headstones were taken by us there are many graves there but without a stone. please remove your request so others do not continue to look for the stone. regards R & S