Re: Tedd Malcolm I spent the day, Sunday, driving to Ohio to fulfill your photo request for Tedd Malcolm and since there were also no photos of headstones for the rest of his family, I took those as well. After uploading the photos just now, I noticed that the person who created the memorials, back in August of 2013, just uploaded photos yesterday that were apparently taken some time ago. In case she deletes the photos I uploaded, please let me know and I am happy to send you the photos I took of the Plot and individual markers, which are recent, clear and the headstones are clean. Thank you!
Paul Vandervoot Allen-Graceland The cemetery genealogist rechecked on Paul Allen and found no record for him in Graceland and that the other Allens requested were in Section I (as in the capital letter i). she wrote: "There are over 100 Allenís buried in different areas of the cemetery. You are correct the death date of 1849 is too early for Graceland Cemetery. The first burial was in April of 1860. If Paull Allen was moved here at a later date, he should be on our computer list of Allenís. " I am closing your photo request based on this. Regards, Bob Lerch
RE: Harry Harding photo I think it's interesting to see something of a family member's grave when there is no marker. I can remove the photo if you would like. It really doesn't have historical value, just emotional. I placed the flowers to better show the location. Thank you for your nice message. While the process is fun, it is the end result that is truly gratifying.