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|larry eanes||RE: Dorothy Mason|
You are very welcome. That was a very pretty marker & the pic came out so clear. Sorry to hear of your recent loss of Richard, Larry
|Sue Williams||RE: Willetts|
Thank YOU for your help!!
|Sylvia Whaley||Margaret Ellen Lee Aken #21663940|
Missouri D/C is Missouri Death Certificate.
I Looked to see if James Lee was buried in Oak Hill also and he was so I linked Margaret's parents to her.
If I can be of further help, please let me know.
|Laura L||RE: Jalet family|
I can send you the information I have. If you would like it sent via email, please let me know.
Added by Laura L on Feb 16, 2014 11:33 PM
|Laura L||RE: Jalet family|
The Jalet family is related through my great-aunt. I researched the line for some cousins. Very interesting history!
What can I tell you?
Added by Laura L on Feb 08, 2014 10:28 PM
I added pictures of gravestones to a memorial page that you manage, James Brunow (107772286). I thought I would let you know in case this is a relative or someone that you're researching.
Added by dmarr on Nov 25, 2013 7:29 AM
I added a couple of gravestone pictures to two of the memorial pages that you manage. The pictures were taken in Section E of Saint Joseph Cemetery in Council Bluffs, IA.
John F Brunow (107771870)
Iva M Brunow (107771583)
I thought I'd let you know, in case these are your relatives or people that you're researching. I've also created pages, and uploaded gravestone pictures, for a few other Brunows in that cemetery that were buried next to John and Iva.
Added by dmarr on Nov 18, 2013 6:23 AM
YOU ARE VERY WELCOME!
LISE FROM QUEBEC. CANADA
|Graceti||RE: Photo Olsen|
If you go to Mount Royal Cemetery's Find A Grave listing - search for Sceley and the first two results are Bowden, Catherine Ann and Denny, Julia Ann - each have a flower icon and a headstone icon beside their names, but only Catherine's memorial actually has a photo of a headstone. Julia's memorial has a photo of her not her headstone.
Charles Albert Sceley has an icon of a portrait and when you look at the memorial it is a photo of him not a headstone. So when you add a photo and it is not a headstone you need to choose from the drop down menu where it says Type of Photo. You will see this where you 'browse' to find the photo you want to add.
Right now there are 3116 memorials in the cemetery and I can bring up the list of Names with no grave photos - 859 right now, but if you have added a person/portrait photo to the headstone section that memorial will not come up in the list.
When you entered the memorial for Charles Bernard Olsen you added Grave 2232-A, Section L, which is the plot location, and this is how I was able to find the headstone.
Hope this makes some sense.
Added by Graceti on Jan 21, 2013 5:12 PM
|Graceti||RE: National Field Of Honor Cemetery|
Are you saying you believe Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue Cemetery is the same place as the National Field of Honour? They are separate cemeteries.
Maybe you are thinking of Lakeview Memorial Cemetery? To get to the Field of Honour you need to drive through Lakeview. On the satelite map view it looks like one large cemetery, but it is actually three - Lakeview, Field of Honour and Eternal Gardens - a Jewish cemetery. They all keep their own records. Lakeview will give you plot locations over the phone.
- there's lots of time to straighten it all out, we've got lots of snow cover right now.
Added by Graceti on Jan 21, 2013 10:34 AM
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