|thomasbiggins||RE: Re: Loosli|
You are welcome
|Kevin Rich||RE: Re: Glenn|
Hi Jared. You are welcome. I was glad to do it.
|Grave-Trekker||RE: Re: Marjorie Hare Karsh|
Regarding your correction being Declined the first time around, HAD you sent ALL pertinent info the first time around the outcome would have been different. All I received was a correction from Ware to Hare from you, I had 3 sources that all have her Maiden name as Ware. So based on Find-A-Grave guidelines, at that time you submitted no proof that the info was incorrect, and it was Declined.
|Janetv99||RE: Re: Dunlop|
You're very welcome!
Added by Janetv99 on May 09, 2016 6:11 AM
|RAP||RE: Re: Mackey|
You are welcome. Did you see I added a caption to J.D. Mackeys photo. There is a military marker on the back of his headstone however the image did not load on my iPad. I will try loading again (it's on my camera card). If it doesn't load the next time, I will rephotograph. The cemetery is about 45 mins away, so it will probably be in a couple weeks. Sorry
Added by RAP on May 07, 2016 5:33 AM
Hi, there isn't a listing for Jeannette but there is one for Jenny who died in 1936. If this is not the right photo, let me know.
Added by Janetv99 on May 06, 2016 2:52 PM
|SandraOfTheLakes||RE: Re: Whitlock|
You are most welcome.
|PLowe||RE: Re: Corning Cemetery|
You're welcome! Glad I could help!
Added by PLowe on Apr 24, 2016 3:12 PM
|Katherine ||RE: Re: Coutts|
No problem. All done for you. I also have the back of the stone if you'd like too
|Ken Stephenson||RE: Wright stone Strathroy Cem.|
for Ethel Ashton she is found in the Strathroy Cemetery burial book grave 1 lot# 205A 1924 survey.
But in the monument inscription book .. I find no record. So to me, this says she is buried in the cemetery but there is no stone.
At the very back of section B in the cemetery there is a spot where many people from Strathmere Lodge are buried (the county paid for the burials) ... I wonder if this section could be where she is. And I think this County Home burial section is in survey 1924.
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