|les highton||RE: L.R.Kirktown|
Hi, you,re welcome and I,m pleased I could help with the " reunion " It was an honour to visit Shorncliff and record all the Canadians who are there. Every Year, on Canada Day, local schoolchildren visit and leave flowers at every grave. Rest assured they aren,t forgotten. Les
Green Lawn "No Marker" Florence is 2 graves from the McCurdy's
Added by Patty on Mar 22, 2015 8:37 PM
|Leslie Filemyr||Elizabeth and John Knox|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Elizabeth and John Knox. It was quite unexpected and not necessary, but very much appreciated! And thanks for all you do for Find A Grave!
|Bob Collins||RE: Longman @ Green-Wood|
Click on the mausoleum photo to enlarge it and access a caption that includes a transcription of the inscriptions visible through the entrance. There's good information there.
No problem...After I sent message I did notice Mary Sutter obituary said Toppenish cemetery, but as you can see it is Zillah cemetery.
Added by Merrylee on Nov 28, 2014 12:44 PM
|Barbara Arceneaux||RE: Barnetts|
you are very welcome! I enjoy doing it!!
|darealjolo||RE: Coverly at All Saints Churchyard, Chingford|
I can go back shortly, but canít remember right now if I found the actual grave-probably not as I would have posted a photo. It looks like someone gave me the information to add. I had one of these new edits only yesterday which was just the detail of a marker inscription.
|Grave Recorder||RE: Feys in Montrose|
You're very welcome. I transferred the other two to you as well, so now you have them all together. Glad I was able to help you and your cousin out.
|Christopher Baker||RE: Ernest August Thorn|
Fyi - If you want to confirm it is the Oak Hill in Blue Island you can call them during the day and ask if they have a record of the person there.
|B||RE: Burns in Magnolia section|
Added by B on Sep 14, 2013 3:18 PM
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