RE: P.S. Hi again, Susan. We set up an email address specifically to avoid looooong public messages:
I believe the edit block was on Mary J. Burr Greenough. Her dates are: June 10, 1837 — Sept. 6, 1891 (per the info. on the family monument). We have more than just discovering Gardner E. Richardson, and his specific details, to share with you. I confirmed that our email address should be showing under "Contact:" on our Find A Grave page (checked box), but, perhaps because I use an ad blocker on my laptop I don't see it appearing at my end. ~Cheers
RE: William E Richardson You are certainly welcome, Susan. I was called away as I began to enter the data you requested. Please take another look. Due to the color of the stones and the poor lighting possibilities we transcribed it all for clarity (we are still not done). Also, you have an edit pending on one of your requests that blocked me from entering a date correction, if I remember correctly. We did quite a number of name and date edits. In addition, we have found a name not in the cemetery records: Gardner E. Richardson. Of course, to balance that out we have George C. Steele, who is in the records but not mentioned on the monument for lot 172, by far the busiest lot we have encountered in the whole cemetery. If you would like to contact us by our email address I would be happy to answer any questions. ~Cheers
RE: Clarence Horace Agramonte Hi Susan--I am no relation to Agramonte, but he crossed paths with my great-grandfather, Charles Russell Orcutt, in San Diego, whose biography I am writing. The name was "Gen. Montgomery Agramonte," but when I fact-checked I found the misspelling and also some more interesting facts about the guy. The photograph is from an old book I found on Google books, but I don't recall the volume. I saw that his wife's (one of his wife's?) photos was there but not his, so I added it. I like giving faces to names when possible. It's great that you have old photos, etc. You should put something together, even if an e-book, for your family and others who may be doing research. I've run across many interesting not-so-famous men and women, and your great-grandfather is one of them. Thanks for writing!
RE: Mary Burns You are very welcome. The day was beautiful and I have often wondered about the large cross on top of that hill. Thank you for the opportunity to photograph it! Buried in the same plot are 2 James Burns, Lucy, Mary 1910, Margaret & Helen. Those photos have been added as well. Best wishes, Shelly