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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 - she 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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|Peter Richardson||Alexander Harvey|
Many thanks for taking the time to search London Road Cemetery in Chelmsford. It's a shame it has been abandoned. Peter
|Ruth||Alfred Harton Crisp|
Thank you so much for the transfer of this grave. I have worked tirelessly for over 30 years on the "Watkins" family and their descendants, and have many notes and things to post. I am a new Find A Grave member, so many people have added the graves before me. For a time, I need to "manage" things, as I add all my notes. And trust me, this could take YEARS!!! I have LOTS of Hamilton Cemetery things to post. I own the Hamilton Cemetery CD from OGS!!! It's all a matter of my time to type and post!!! I will ask the people who have already posted some of the Hamilton Cemetery "Watkins" family to transfer them to me also because I have important info to post, and correct and add to, from time-to-time. If you read my bio, I am not kidding about the "thousands" of obits, bios, etc. Again thank you!!!
Added by Ruth on Jul 29, 2014 7:01 AM
|John Nielson||Roy Leonard Treibel|
Thank you for the updates on Roy, I decided to do a little researching and found out that Roy was murdered by his wife Margaret Wanda Treibel with a letter opener on the Evening of Oct 9th 1956 after they had an apparent argument over a job she planned to take at a Everett area tavern. Roy worked for Weyerhaeuser and after he didn't show up for work, and they couldn't get ahold of him, they sent a representative to his home to check on him, they found his body. The police traced the wife's phones to a Seattle hotel where she was arrested and later confessed.
|Helen Rineer||Roger Family|
Once again, my apologies, but thank you for your time and effort.
Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to photograph the tomb of Robert Radcliffe at the St. Andrew's Church in Boreham, England. I truly appreciate it. Your photos were excellent. Friends, Sara
|Miriam Macdonald||Mabel Jesper Allen nee Kirton|
I have read the information about Mabel and her father Robert Hill Kirton which you posted on my message board, thanks. If you are interested, I have quite a bit of information in my ancestry.com tree (Kirton Family Tree).
Have you seen anything of a "memorial wall' in this cemetery? I was made to believe earlier by a family member living in France that Mabel's information was featured on such a wall somewhere in this cemetery. If you see it, I would appreciate a photo for her memorial page.
|Miriam Macdonald||Mabel Jesper Allen nee Kirton|
I have set up a memorial for Mabel #133340669 so you can attach the photos you have taken. I have also requested to the memorial manager for Enid that Mabel be linked with her daughter Enid Mary Macbeth.
Unfortunately I have yet to see the message you left regarding Mabel and "Robert". Not sure where to look for it.
Thanks again for taking the grave photographs.
Miriam Kirton Macdonald
|Lincoln||RE: Hamilton Cemetery|
Thanks for your quick reply!
Mary Rowland Dunford is Memorial # 122872027.
Thomas Dunford is Memorial # 122871634.
I particularly like the additional information (Census and so forth) which you include to give a fuller picture of these people. I did not know, for example, that Thomas and Mary's son George died in St. Louis, Missouri, until I saw it on the headstone picture...so thanks, as well, to the photographer!
Added by Lincoln on Jul 26, 2014 6:04 AM
|Miriam Macdonald||Robert and Mabel|
No, I didn't receive the information about Mabel (Mabel "May" Jesper Allen nee Kirton), who was Enid's mother and my father's aunt. Her husband was Rev. William George Allen. Not sure who Robert was unless it was Robert Hill Kirton, my great grandfather, without seeing the entire name. I didn't know where they were buried, although I guessed that Mabel was in the same cemetery as Enid because she had been living close by. In fact, I haven't been able to find most of my relatives who were buried in England.
I hadn't set up a Find-a-Grave memorial for Mabel yet or for RHK. Perhaps someone else has done so???? Could you fill me in. I will do so once I have accurate information.
I'm having difficulty getting onto the find-a-grave website when I receive a message through Find A Grave in my e-mail messages. Would you mind sending it to my personal e-mail address,thanks.
I find it interesting that you feature photos from Hamilton Cemetery. I live in Hamilton.
Miriam Macdonald nee Kirton
|Helen Rineer||John Holand|
Once again, thank you for your effort. I'm sorry that you spent so much time looking for a grave or a plaque. I will make a notation on my records.
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