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The stone in my photo says it all|
"This is Me"
This stone can be found in the Mentor City Cemetery, Mentor Ohio. It is part of a family plot towards the back of the cemetery. There is a main family stone and than this one. It's not the prettiest stone by far but the guy had a sense of humor. I smile everytime I see it.
Now to more Find A Grave stuff.
You know what truly amazes mamaquilts, is the number of people who send her an email stating that the memorial she has created is a duplicate. Then it turns out that the other memorial is a duplicate because it was created after the one that Mamaquilts made. Mamaquilts does report people who purposely create duplicates.
Please use the Edit buttons found on each memorial. They do make is much easier for updates to be done.
for transfer of the memorial with a statement as to why you want to have the transfer made (family member, friend, military etc). If it falls outside of the Find A Grave rules, mamaquilts has the last say as to whether or not she'll transfer. She is very accommodating with transfers.
Please remember that most of the people here on Find A Grave are volunteers and do have lives out side of this site. Please wait the 30 days for corrections to be done.
UPDATE: Due to personal reasons at times edits might take up to 30 days to get completed. Please wait.
In March of 2014, Mamaquilt's Dad was killed in an accident. If you would like to visit her Dad's memorial you can find it here
Herb's youtube video, song by Warren Zavon, "Keep me in your heart"
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|Margaret Espaillat||RE: Potter's field / Cleveland|
From the information I've found, most burials in Potter's Field were listed under Highland Park before 1992. I say most, because for some there are no records at the cemeteries (for example, my two great aunts). At that time it was not designated a separate cemetery, however, if you look at the two cemeteries on a map, Potter's Field is not connected to Highland Park, and the entrance to Potter's Field is on Green St. You can see here: http://portal.cleveland-oh.gov/CityofCleveland/Home/Government/CityAgencies/ParksRecreationandProperties/Cemeteries/ClevelandCemeteries
that the City of Cleveland now lists Memorial Park as a distinct cemetery. Do Irene Kos and Adolph Kliment have marked graves in Highland Park? If not, since they were buried in section 300, I think they're in Memorial Park (Potter's Field).
I know that it has been a source of shame for many to say they have relatives buried there, but I do not feel that way. My great great aunts had a very hard life, and, time permitting, I would like to find out as many details of the people buried there and add them to their memorials. But I think it would be a good thing to acknowledge their existence in these unmarked graves. If you want to contact me, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you know if Mr. Hurysum is buried in Potter's Field? I recently discovered I have two great great aunts buried there (here's one - # 137440617) and I wanted to add as many names to the Potter's Field Cemetery I could find. I contacted Cynthia Turk with the Cleveland City Cemetery Index project asking her how to identify Potter's Field burials since they are listed under Highland Park, and she said that they're designated Section 300. So, I'm looking at Highland Park Register of Interments from 1961, and the first one in Section 300 is Mr. Hurysum. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohcdrt/clecems/images/hi_06_127.jpg
Can you shed some light on this? My father's family was in Cleveland for a couple of generations, but I am unfamiliar with the area and have never been to the cemetery.
Thanks so much,
|Mark Hard||Parilee Broaden|
Hi! I am doing research and I would like to ask if you know anything more about this lady. You posted her entry here. Thanks for anything you can provide.
|Shirley Petrasko||Alma & George Capman|
Lakeview Cemetary - Cleveland
Alma martin's dob is 20 Dec 1890
George's dob is 02 Dec 1888.
Jeannette R Capman dob 07 May 1920 is daughter - she's in Western Reserve Cemetery on Rt 306.
Please add info when you update.
What other kind of info is needed for site?
Nice to meet you Lisa.
Thank you so much for the transfer of my cousins memorial to me. I truly appreciate it.
Added by BeVera on Oct 03, 2014 5:54 PM
|Wendy Ross||Memorial transfer.|
Many thanks Mamaquilts, for the transfer of Samuel Sadler. I feel it is important to remember these forgotten people.
|Wendy Ross||Transfer, Highland Park Cemetery|
Re Samuel Sadler Memorial No. 92607269. Wondering if you could transfer this individual to me please. I have been researching the family of Samuel Sadler and spouse, Arabella Marie Brand for some time. They are connected to the Ewing/ Brand families, many of whom are buried at Lake View Cemetery, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. I am a direct descendant of the Ewings who originated in Scotland. Several of the interments have been successfully transferred to me and several photos that appear on the site have been taken on my behalf, by a Find a Grave member. No one else seems to be taking any interest in Samuel. I have submitted some corrections and additional information to his memorial which are being reviewed.
|Frank E. Scott||RE: edna scott|
Hi I Just checked my managed site and still did not receive Edna Scott death date 1812...
So, I think everything is OK on my end...
|Dancing With Ghosts||Frank Melcher|
Thank you so much for transferring Frank Melcher to me. I am so sorry about your loss. Take care of yourself
|Frank E. Scott||RE: edna scott|
No, you sent me the right Edna Scott( my Grandmother)
Memorial # 92609079 (1889 - 1968)...
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