|Becky Feaster (#47450413)|
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|I have been blessed by Genealogy Angels on this site..... who took photos for me.... and I just want to give back.|
My families are: Babbit, Campbell, Randles, Maxwell, Pettigrew, Dickson, Moseley, Wadley, Ellis, Greer, Mulkey, and many others.... mainly in Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas, having moved there from NY, GA, PA, SC, and KY.
I live just north of Houston, Texas, if I can be of any help, please let me know. Any pictures I have taken, feel free to use. Please do give me credit, though.... THANKS!
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|Jan A||RE: David A. Stephens|
I contacted the VA office this morning, Mr. Stephens is buried in the Oakland Cemetery IN Indiana, not the one in Decker's Point. If you need their confirmation, I can give you their email address. Tks...Jan
Added by Jan A on Mar 04, 2014 12:43 PM
|Jan A||RE: David A. Stephens|
That is correct BUT you chose the incorrect Oakland (there are TWO), the one you want is: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSln=stephens&GSiman=1&GScid=45663&CRid=45663&pt=Oakland%20Cemetery%20and%20Mausoleum& If you need confirmation, I can get you the VA's Office number and they can pull the file and tell you exactly where he is located in that cemetery.
Added by Jan A on Mar 03, 2014 8:20 PM
|TLS||RE: Jack F. Wadley|
Jack is buried in Section 2 which is a small section that is 99% babies and children there are only a couple adults in that area and I don't recall any other Wadley's but when I get over there again, I'll look and see if by chance there are others by that name nearby.
Added by TLS on Feb 25, 2014 2:32 PM
|Patsy Lubben DiMarco||Joseph Babbit|
If I remember rightly. Yes I think they did give that info. I have been out of the game for 2 1/2yrs and I am learning allover again GB Patsy
|Patsy Lubben DiMarco||Babbit's|
Becky I am sorry to say I don't know. And I can't check as I have moved to Washington State after my husband passed away. I am So Sorry. God Bless Patsy
|BassetLover||Mattie and Walter Adams|
The volunteers will need you to call Sparkman Hillcrest (SH) and request the location. Their phone number is 214-363-5401. SH will not provide burial locations to volunteers, citing privacy issues. Your cooperation is needed to in order for requests to be filled. Once you have the location, please add it to your request.
You can also go through the SH website at this address: http://www.dignitymemorial.com/en-us/about-us/contact-us.page
Click the third tab that says "Other Requests." Fill in the blanks. Where it says: " What is your request in regard to?" use the drop down menu and select "other." In the message put the name and birth and death dates of the person you are looking for and that they are buried at Sparkman Hillcrest in Dallas, Texas.
Once SH has replied, add the information to your photo request.
Thank you for your help.
|Janet Mygrant A Mauldin||RE: Thomas and Julia Nutt|
Yes you can use the link.
|Bill Bourbeau||RE: Babbitt (#88689073)|
Which family members are you looking for?
His wife, Susan, died in 1914 and her death certificate states she was also interred at Forest Hill. I added a memorial, but I'll need to work on locating the plot.
It looks like both daughters are buried in California.
I believe he has family at the Shaker Burying Ground in Harvard, MA (siblings Henry & Susan, and possibly grandparents).
His mother died at Harvard Shakers, but I'm not sure where she was buried.
|Bill Bourbeau||Babbitt (#88689073)|
FYI: The section where Chas Babbitt is buried was reserved for veterans. Relatives would be elsewhere in the cemetery, and I'll keep an eye out for them.
|Bronx Aquarian||RE: Holy Sepulchre Cemetery|
Just returned to Holy Sepulchre today (before the incoming snow storm predicted for Friday) to survey the Langlitz land for a military foot stone. There is none. There is a very remote possibility that the stone is totally overgrown but I saw no indications (indentation in ground, etc.). I took a photo of the ground if you need it when you talk to the cemetery operators. Good luck.
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