|Nathan Haines||PS- Rose Smith|
There are two people buried just to the right of Rose and I don't imagine they are related but thought I would mention it in case you know different.
Benjamin F. Kelly 1864-1922 and Elijah Arnold 1862-1919.
There are several unmarked graves the other side of Rose.
|Nathan Haines||Rose May Smith|
I did not find Rose's stone the first time I looked for it. I waited until the next time I went to the cemetery and took my section map for the section she is in and discovered the Lot's were laid out a lot different than I thought they were and finally found her stone.
It is just one of those really old temporary cement stones and this one looks like it was homemade even.
It is quite worn. Good thing to get a picture of this one before it is eroded down to the point nothing can be made out on it anymore.
It says on it=
It looks like 1860
Interesting that they put Born with the last three letters in lower case and the word died in all capitol letters.
I found a funeral notice in the paper and it says she was 61 when she died so that would prove that she was indeed born in 1860 and just short, by how much I know not, of making it to 62. Do you have the funeral notice for her?
There is another old stone like this about a hundred feet from her grave and I have tried every trick in the book trying to figure out who it is in that grave and struck out. That stone is cement and a little more worn down than Rose's stone.
You're welcome... whenever I find unmarked lots or gravesites I still try to take picture to add to requests and memorials.
Added by DebraLee on Aug 13, 2016 12:07 PM
|Cheryl ||RE: Terlinden|
Your welcome, I'll try to do the rest today. My battery died yesterday!
Added by Cheryl on Jul 10, 2016 9:48 AM
|S.R.F.||RE: Elizabeth Downes Latham|
Thank you for writing....I have since read that her name was "Elizabeth" and that her maiden name was unknown. I think the Downes name came from someone's family tree and I do not think it is correct. I read that "Elizabeth" was the first of the spouses of Lewis Latham, but that WINIFRED DOWNES was another of the spouses. Some people have combined all three names: Elizabeth Winifred Downes, but I believe this is incorrect. I am sorry for any confusion I may have caused.
Added by S.R.F. on Jun 19, 2016 8:28 PM
|Rustydog0329||Niva in Lakeview Cemetery, Calumet|
I could not find Isaac Niva in Sec 5, but while fulfilling another request I happened on another Niva in Sec 14 that is not listed on Find-A-Grave.
August Niva 1855-1930 and
Anna Lisa Niva 1854-1940
Let me know if these people are of interest to you and I can send you the pictures.
|Headstone Genealogist||Mount Royal Cemetery Photo Request|
Mount Royal Cemetery has 165 acres. The burial plot location must be supplied so a volunteer can go take the photo.
You can get this free information by filling the form here: www.mountroyalcem.com/index.php/en/our-services/genealogy-menu.html and in the "Desired Service" field, select "Burial Location (free)" and enter the information.
If the Genealogy page was not helpful then email your request to email@example.com
The cemetery will email you the location (3-10 working days).
Have the memorial updated with the plot number.
You will have made it possible for the photo to be taken.
You are welcome.
Added by Cecilia on Apr 16, 2016 8:06 PM
|Suzanne Andrews||RE: Niva|
It's not a problem, but it showed up as a new request yesterday. I keep the list pretty cleared off as I go quite often to the cemetery to do request. Like I said not a problem just wanted to be sure you knew that I had rechecked.
I see you reposted your request for Niva. I thought it sounded familiar, but I went back to the cemetery today to see if I could find them. I found the person's headstone who is apparently buried next to them, however, they definitely do no have headstones or markers for their graves. I'm sorry. I know I was in the correct place as I am very familiar with that cemetery and having the name of the person next to them confirms there are no markers.
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