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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.
Please use the EDIT button for memorial transfers 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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|serverplusman||William Morrison # 75007477|
Please consider transferring ownership of this memorial to me. I am William's great grandson. Thank you
|imagal49||RE: Charles Thoma|
Nope, no relation.
Added by imagal49 on Mar 28, 2015 8:13 AM
|Rick Foster||RE: Potter's field|
Yes I noticed when I am looking up burials for Highland that on just about every page is one or more burials for Section 300 or Potters Field. when I find them I will add them to my virtual cemetery dedicated to Potter's field. If you like I will just keep a list and give it to you every so often. Or would you rather I send it in corrections so you will have the link? We will get it together sooner or later. I was at the cemetery yesterday and found quite a few photo requests. The ground is wet and soggy in some places but that makes it easier to dig out the buried markers. In section 6, 28, 19, 23 and a few others they are 4-6 inches deep. I may go out today for a spell after work.
|Marilyn Nichols Trumbull||George I. Gedeon, Mem. # 73971824|
I think you have an error for George's spouse. You have himself listed 2x.
|Rick Foster||RE: Pottersfield or Highland Park|
Sorry to hear about your situation and hope it works out okay and in your favor.
Thanks for replying so fast. I was at the office trying to find some graves and section 300 is not on the main map. when I inquired I was informed that Section 300 is potters field. I have a virtual cemetery with a good explanation of potters field. It is located within cemetery limits but has a separate entrance off green Road. The city's cremated, indigent, unknown, stillborn, homeless, and destitute are buried there totaling 170000. All located at section 300. I walked the entire plot and only found three headstones. which I documented. here is my virtual link to potters field http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=vcsr&GSvcid=567134 and here is the cemetery named potters field.
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2557318. I commend you on your work and creation of a ton of memorials in Highland and more than likely many are in potters field (section 300). It is time consuming changing cemetery's and I know with all the other requests don't have time. If there any way I can help you please ask. I am trying to find the creator of Highland Park and have them put a note and possible link to potters field in the description. That would eliminate changing cemetery's and you would only have to update memorials when found. 216-396-5724
|Margaret Espaillat||Section 300|
Hi Mamaquilts! I sent you a list of memorials last night that should be in Potters Field instead of Highland Park, Cleveland, but Rick Foster explained to me how hard it is to change a cemetery in a memorial. Sigh, maybe in the future Find A Grave will make that easier to do. I suppose just to acknowledge the location in the Burial Information would do the trick, so I'll try to find the time to compile a list for you. Thanks for all your work!
|Rick Foster||Willie Wallace cemetery Change|
I have added a photo to his memorial.
Please change her cemetery to Potters field - Cuyahoga county.
Potters field is actually section 300 with over 15000 burials. 99.9% unmarked and only 3 markers are there. I am in the process of finding those buried in section 300 but listed in Highland park.
|Rachel Gillooly||Carmela Magistro|
His name is actually Carmella Magistro
He was the son of Antonio Magistro my great great great grandfather) and Giavanna my (ggg grandfather)
He was the brother to my (great great grandfather) Vincenzo Magistro and brother in law to my (great great grandmother Santa Lanza Magistro) and the brother to Letterino Magistro my (great great great uncle)
Thank you very much for your help.
|Dorothy Ferguson||Della M Nock|
The headstone that is with this listing belongs to a Laura 1857-1918.
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