|Rebecca McCraw (#47318551)|
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I love family reseach, have for the last 10 years or so. My mom started with most and I'm continuing from where she left off.|
I live in Mesa, Arizona.
There's memorials that I have listed when I go to graves to get photo requests, I also get ones that don't have grave photos or not listed. I will transfer their memorial to you, if you want, as long as their not related to me.
I have a dog that goes ghouling (what my husband calls it) with me. I try very hard not to get him in the pic but every once in a while I do. If there is a pic with a part of him and if you don't like it please let me know and I will retake the pic. I try to edit him out and sometimes some part of him is still showing. Sorry, but he is my buddy that goes everywhere I go.
You may of course, use the photos I take.
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|Patricia Endicott||Maude Jones Wilcox|
Thank you so very much, Rebecca on behalf of Maude's family for making her record complete.
|Patricia Endicott||Maude Wilcox 97756517|
Rebecca, I have called the Oakland Cemetery office in Arkansas and believe the death year for Maude Wilcox should be 1973.
There is a burial for Nellie Maude Wilcox dated 19 Nov. 1973 next to Hugh Wilcox, Maude's husband.
Early census reports showed a 'Waltie Maude Jones' Maude's maiden name, the Waltie which I discounted and have not found a Nellie elsewhere. However, I am now satisfied that this is the right record for Maude Jones Wilcox.
If anyone knows different I stand to be corrected, but this certainly looks accurate to me.
Could you please add the year of death for Maude as 1973 to your record. Many thanks.
|Leah Hubbard||Seacrest Cemetery|
You know, now that I am thinking about this, I may have Seacrest in my lineage. I am going to have to go back and look at that. Probably is a family cemetery on private land.
My next question, where did you get this information that they are buried there?
|Leah Hubbard||Seacrest Cemetery|
Do you by chance know where the Seacrest Cemetery, Montgomery Twp., Franklin Co., Pennsylvania is? It is on Find A Grave with 4 headstones (one of my requests for sure) but someone doesn't know where it is? Do you know if it is on private property?
Thanks for all your help.
|Patricia Endicott||Maude Wilcox and Hugh Wilcox|
Thank you so much for the photo of the headstone of Maude and Hugh Wilcox.
It is of interest that Maude appears to have died after Hugh and no-one put her death date on the headstone. I have been unable to find a death registration; I live in Canada.
This does help to clear up why there is no information available for Maude's death (she is our family connection). Thanks again for the use of the photo.
|Kathy W. Johnson||Mary Wood Nicolson|
Link made to her parents. Thanks!
|Patrica Shearer||Hoag Family|
Rebecca, I also took pix of Moses, Gilbert, and Louisa Hoag, Martha and William Clifford who are all buried in the same plot as your request. I placed the pix on their respective memorials. The Hoags are buried with an Oliver family.
Links have been made to his parents,
Thank you for the info..
Added by Marty on Mar 17, 2014 5:20 PM
Thank you for contacting the cemetery office re: Eva Heimlich. I understand you were told there was no record of her burial, but I believe there's an error on their part. I am certain she's buried there -- I have updated her memorial with her obituary, which clearly identifies the cemetery (and correct address) as the location for graveside services. Additionally, her son was later interred at the same place. I suspect her husband is also at the same cemetery, since Eva died in Colorado, but was buried in AZ. If you wouldn't mind, when you get a chance, could you ask them to re-check their records? Thank you again for your time and effort.
When I started the genealogy of our family I really wanted to make it more than dates and places. Because of the work you have done it has helped me do this. Thank you for all the work you have done. I never dreamed I could find my grandfathers first wifes info, so I was really surprised to find a picture of her tombstone. Thanks again. Charlie Baldridge
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