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|Barbara Pargament||RE: Ruth Klawonn|
You are welcome. Glad we found the gravesite.
|Isabelle||Raymond M Plein|
He is buried in an as "you need a grave" area. About 50% of the graves do not have marker.
The graves on each side of his marker have no markers. I'll put it up later.
Added by Isabelle on Mar 17, 2015 1:50 PM
|Stacey Ness||Emma Smith|
MT OLIVET CEMETERY ST JOSEPH MISSOURI
I searched for your loved one yesterday. This cemetery is enormous. There are about 21,000 burials here. If you look at the photos for this cemetery, there is a map and you will see names of different sections. Each section has upward of 400 plots in it. If you could get the name of the section it would help. I don't have a map of plots and when I go there the office is hardly ever open so I can't access the map inside the office. I will be going back now and then and if you call the office at 816-279-5005 and get a section name and post it on the memorial page, someone should have a better chance of finding the marker. Directions or a location within the section could help as well. The office personnel don't want a person like me asking for the locations of a whole bunch of people....they just don't have time for it all at once.
I hope this will help you find your loved one.
|Janet Boling Nelson||Marie Van Orman|
I have posted a copy of her death certificate. The cemetery where she is buried will only provide grave locations to family members. Please contact the office to obtain plot information and add it to the memorial page and/or your photo request, so that the volunteer photographer can find the grave marker for you. The office can be reached at 901-767-8930 or 888-943-7275. Ask for Paul Campbell.
|James Wilson||Gremmels at St. Luke's|
I'm doing a little project of trying to find obits for the people interred at St. Luke's in Palo Alto Co., Iowa. You manage most of the Gremmels family buried there. If I send you the obits through the Edit process, will you post them?
Thank you so much, Barb
|Leo J. Offerman||RE: Michael Kelley|
Your welcome, glad to help...No snow yet...
|Mary Lou Hooper||RE: Dzimbritski|
I did not but a cemetery caretaker gave me his email address so I could request more information. I will ask him about additional Dzimbritske sites.
|Neil Hawkins||RE: McAffee Stone|
You're welcome. Glad to help.
|Ann Maree||RE: Mary O'Brien|
The funeral home records are basically just an index, with very little information; usually just birth and death dates, and a location of birth and death. Sometimes it tells you who their parents are, but Mary's entry did not. James' said he was the son of John O'Brien and Winifred Hanley. After I take photos in the cemetery, I look up the person in this index to see what information is there so I can add it--for example, sometimes headstones only give the year of birth/death and not the exact dates. I especially love it when the index has information on their parents so I can find them and link them. :) If you think there would have been an obit published here, the local newspaper in 1950 was most likely the Southern Illinoisan. I don't think that year is indexed online but you may be able to order it from Morris Library at Southern Illinois University (I know they have microfilm for most of those local papers). Good luck. :)
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