|Karen Hansen (#47214978)|
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|Jenn and Jade||RE: Richard Popham|
Richard was originally in my burial unknown collection and a contributor sent me an edit request that claimed he was buried there. I will go ahead and transfer him to you.
|Chuck Munn||RE: Polkinghorn|
Karen - I think that using "Polkingharn" would probably be correct since you have info from an obit. (I don't have any obits or documentation of any kind which says either way.) I'll change my memorials - and take strength in numbers since there are so many "Polkingharn's".
|jane austin||McAffees at Oakwood|
Hey, a long overdue thanks is coming your way! I guess that when someone says there's a problem with a photo request, subsequent successful photos don't get credited to the volunteers.
That's what happened with these folks. My gratitude is no less, and it was a great surprise to see the photos there this evening - long after you posted them.
Since you didn't find the babies either, I'll assume they're unmarked. Much obliged !! :)
|Cheryl Brown-Morales||Cemetery Pictures,|
Thank you so much for posting the cemetery pictures of Raymond Earl Warne and his wife Phyllis Annette Trent
Thanks so much for checking on Samuel Welty for me. It's always disappointing when a marker isn't found, but also good to have that documented on Findagrave. Thanks for trying!
Added by JSOrorke on Aug 18, 2016 1:00 PM
|MrsB||RE: Peter Michaelsen stone|
He may very well have had a wooden cross or other marker--it is just that it hasn't lasted over time.
Added by MrsB on Apr 28, 2016 8:27 PM
|MrsB||Peter Michaelsen in Springwell|
Hello, Karen, we had to take a "no stone visible" for Peter, but in the caption you will see fairly clear directions to locate the place where he is buried. If your family records have any more details about him, I am sure the manager of the memorial will appreciate some Edits from you. I did send the plot and GPS to the manager, and Find seems to be entering the GPS almost immediately. There are very few stones in this particular area of the cemetery, though many people are buried there (at one time he may have had a wooden marker, but those are long since gone). The cemetery is well-managed, and knows precisely where his grave should be. If he is a relative, sometimes family have purchased simple but permanent markers that will help in future years. I have seen this happen for previously unmarked graves. If you do, and when the marker is up, put out another request--there are several active photographers of Springwell. Danish Museum records for this cemetery list his grave as having no stone--we just went to the place and put a flower, as suggested by Find, for a photograph.
Added by MrsB on Apr 27, 2016 10:59 AM
|Karen Bracey||THANK YOU|
Thank you so much, Karen, for the wonderful photo of Phoebe " Maria" Roberts' grave marker. It gave me her birth and death dates!!
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||James M. Baxter & Euphemia Richardson Baxter, his wife.|
Thanks so much for the photos for James and Euphemia. Helps to add more information to the family line.
|Jill Greene||George May Elsey|
Thanks so much for taking the photos of My 2nd Great Grandfathers headstone.... This means so much to me. I can't thank you enough... Wonderful photos and updates... Jill
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