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scottsheat (#47208444)
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Bio Photo I live in Essex, England
Quite happy to do photo requests if within a fairly local radius
If I find an obit - I list it ! Everyone who has walked this earth is entitled to be remembered!

I am quite happy to transfer any memorial to relatives

Islington (#47351667) Has undertaken a massive project in Ontario photographing stones - he does all the leg work & I do the finger work - if you have any further info on these individuals, I would be happy to include
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Rhonda Smith
RE: Whalen/Whelan
Thank you this is very helpful. I appreciate the time that you have taken.

Rhonda smith
Added by Rhonda Smith on Aug 29, 2015 5:14 PM
Rhonda Smith
RE: Whalen/Whelan
They had at least two children

Edgar Francis born 18 Apr 1911 in York, Ontario Canada
Lillian Harriet born 26 Oct 1912 in York, Ontario, Canada
Added by Rhonda Smith on Aug 29, 2015 3:52 PM
Rhonda Smith
RE: Whalen/Whelan
I am actually seeking information on her husband Benjamin and especially a photo and a determination if the surname is
Whalen or Whelan.

Thanks Rhonda Smith
Added by Rhonda Smith on Aug 29, 2015 2:49 PM
Rhonda Smith
Florence Cudmore nee McDowell had a sister Violet Lucinda.

I am looking for information on her husband, Benjamin Whalen/Whelan. If you have any and especially if you have a photo to share, that would be great.

This Whalen/Whelan that I am researching was well known on Woodland Beach, Tiny Township, Ontario, Canada.

My personal e-mail is

Thank you for any help you can give.


Rhonda Smith
Added by Rhonda Smith on Aug 29, 2015 1:36 PM
Susan Binsted
Fisher Memorials
Thanks so much for the transfers. I would like to thank you for all your hard work. You and Islington are doing a much-needed service for the people of Ontario.
Added by Susan Binsted on Aug 28, 2015 3:46 AM
liz gilpin
RE: grave marked elizabeth j gurr
Thanks for the information. We knew very little about my great-grandmother and even less about Frank. This has been incredibly valuable and a great place to start!

Added by liz gilpin on Aug 12, 2015 3:51 PM
liz gilpin
grave marked elizabeth j gurr

I'm the great granddaughter of Elizabeth Gurr and have never been able to find any significant information about my great grandmother. I'm grateful that her grave is on this site. I was wondering if you could share any details about where in England she came from or the circumstances around her departure from England. Her daughter Doris (my grandmother) married Howard Fox and both are resting in the Langley Lawn Cemetery in B.C. (Canada).

Thanks so much,

Added by liz gilpin on Aug 11, 2015 7:29 PM
Ruth Watkins (Pew) Jaynes
Booth's in Mount Pleasant Cemetery

Thank you for the transfer of the Booth's in Mount Pleasant Cemetery.

I will take good care of them.

I have some obituaries from the Toronto newspapers that I want to add for some of them.

Again, thank you.


Ruth Jaynes
Added by Ruth Watkins (Pew) Jaynes on Aug 11, 2015 2:33 PM
JoyLynn ManeWright
The Hrdina Family Name
Thank you soooooo much for this information. You have just gave me the answer to one of my questions in my family history research. My great grandmother was an indentured servant when she was 13 yro in 1900. I wondered if the family she worked for was related... and sure enough! They were! Elizabeth (Hrdina) Karbon allowed her daughter Annie Karbon to live with her aunt, Mrs. John(Anna Hrdina) Cisler. Not only did your information help to answer that quiry, but you also provided family names to relations that go further than I imagined. I saw a record dating 1660 for one possible Hrdina family member. If this turns out to be a direct ancestor, it will the furthest I have ever researched. I thought coming across a record dated 1793 was impressive, but holy cow! 1660?! WOW!
Added by JoyLynn ManeWright on Aug 05, 2015 10:18 PM
RE: Request for Transfer of Memorials
Thank you so much for the transfer of these memorials. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by JoDy on Jul 27, 2015 2:05 PM
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