RE: Michael Bodner Thank you. Yes I have a picture of the garage. Thank you for asking. I would like to find so pictures of the brothers and sisters. I have put Johanna's picture on her grave memorial. I have some pictures but not many. Thanks again
Cave Hill - Grant and Wigham I've added an image to a few of your listings. Joe W. Sr., Mary T., James Wigham Grant and Gertrude Grant Wigham, are on the same stone as my great great Aunt Eunie L. Wigham and her husband Joe Wigham. I've added listings for Eunie and Joe if you have family you want to link to them.
Clarence Kuriger We were in Louisville today and swung by Evergreen Cemetery. Clarence Kuriger is buried there. The office told us and gave us a map to section 22 lot 353. We found only a round concrete boulder marking a grave. However, on the way home I took a look at the notepad I gave the office personel with Clarnence's name and Date of Death. She Wrote Section 21, Lot 353, Grave 3. Section 21 is just across the way from The Lily Section that the parents are buried in. So the next time you are there check with the office which is now located in the Funeral home there and verify the exact location.
RE: Mary Helm Hi Delores, It seems like I haven't seen you forever. It's nice to know that you have joined findagrave. Keep your memorial and I'll change mine to someone else. All I have to do is edit all the info. I still have plenty of memorials to enter. I might be a couple of days before I get it changed. It's been a busy month. Shirley
Sunset Memorial Gardens SUNSET MEMORIAL GARDENS is not in Franklin County, KY. It is very near the Franklin County line, but it is actually in Woodford County. It is so near Frankfort that it has a Frankfort address and a Frankfort phone number (502-695-3023), but it is physically located in Woodford County.
You'll find a SUNSET MEMORIAL GARDENS (with 472 memorials added) already established on FindAGrave here...
I could be mistaken, but I don't believe you sent me a message about Martin and Susanna Eisenbeis. It's possible - Sometimes a bit of time passes when my job takes me away from my hobby (or as my wife calls it - my obsession).
I'd be happy to transfer management of these memorials and the ones for Arnold and Mary Schoenbachler to you.
I don't have any additional information on them. It's just a project of mine to go to the local cemeteries where my ancestors are buried and take photos of sections and post them. I've found some of my relatives unexpectedly by doing this, and it preserves information on headstones that are quickly eroding away.