|Pamela Whitaker (#47260865)|
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I am a retired health care professional who is interested in genealogy among other things. I grew up on Long Island, went to school in Texas and Georgia, lived and worked in North Carolina and have recently relocated to South Carolina. I enjoy hiking and am always pleased to come across old, out of the way, cemeteries. I've been trying to locate family graves in Pennsylvania and was using Find a Grave when it occured to me that I would enjoy helping others trying to find graves.|
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|Sharon Counts Morris||Thomas Littleton and Flora Mariah Shedd Littleton|
Thank you so much for the photos of these ancestors of my husband. I appreciate your service and effort greatly!
Sharon Counts Morris
|Kelly Jane O||RE: Littleton|
I switched them both over to Mountainview cemetery.
Just stop by to say Thank You for all the wonderful photos, much appreciated. Have a blessed day.
Added by Michelle on Aug 27, 2014 6:04 AM
|Lori Hager||RE: Hagemann photo|
Thank you for letting me know my photo helped you to find her gravestone. It is my intention when taking the site photos that they would help visitors find the grave, or at least see the setting in which their ancestor or loved one is buried.
|Ann Parkinson||RE: Salem Seventh Day Adventist Church|
Thank you for the explanation and yes! I'd love to see them.
|Ann Parkinson||Elbert Hostetler|
Think I found it. Please check and let me know! I want the info to e correct :)) Blessings~
|Ann Parkinson||Elbert Hostetler|
Thank you for your help! I tried to move him, but cannot find another cemetery by this name in Salem. Would you send me the URL for the correct cemetery? Many thanks!
|Dave McCaffrey||RE: St. Michael's Photo|
I am unsure if St. Michael's is Catholic, quite possibly could be. I have a close friend whose grandparents are buried here. I live in rural CT, and drove to this cemetery, which is in a busy city. The cemetery is gigantic, and you can easily lose your way. I took the photo of the map to help me and others. I had sent a photo request initially on those aforementioned grandparents, and the photographer sent me a similar picture to yours, telling me that the plot was an unmarked area, but relatives of my friend's parents had indicated that they were sure that markers had been installed. Until I found this map in granite, it was difficult to figure out how the cemetery was organized. It turned out that my friends grandparents did indeed have large stones and were located in the same plot area as to where your great-grandfather is. This area is close to the main entrance and alongside the busy road, and the markers/stones are all fairly large. I don't wish to give you a false hope, but it may be possible that there may be a stone. It makes me think that there may be a photographer out there that is sending everyone the picture of the same field. I ended up writing an email to the person that loaded the wrong photo and asked him to remove it. Perhaps he never thought I would actually visit the cemetery and try to find the plot/stone. To give you an idea of the size of the stones in plot 2, here is a link to my friend's grandparents grave: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=73757378. Feel free to email me if you have any other questions/thoughts. I might be able to locate some additional details on your great-grandfather using some of my resources. Sorry for the length of my reply.
|Leslie Pierce Royce||Boggs|
Thanks for linking her to parents. Yes, a transfer would be wonderful!! Much appreciated! Leslie
Just wanted to say Thank you for the photos.
Have a wonderful evening. :)
Added by Michelle on Jul 10, 2014 7:50 PM
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