Ira C. Clark I saw the grave marker and picture of Ira you had posted at Exeter Cemetery. Are you related to this individual? Why I ask is how did you come by his parents names as Thomas Clarkston Jr. and Nancy Weaver? Clarkston is close to Clark but is there any documentation for this lineage with different last names? I am doing my future daughter-in-laws genealogy search. Thank you Diana
Greatgrandparents My Great grandparents came from Berlin Germany in 1891. Wilhelm & Louisa Franz Sr. They settled in Wheeling West Virginia. There death certificates said they were buried in Peninsula Cemetery. I can not fine there names in the list of 750, Can you please help me find there grave, what plot number. Thank you. I hope you can tell me. I am in Tennessee. Need so very much to find out where they were buried. I am working on my family genealogy.
If you will ask, Find A Grave will transfer your direct descendant to you, unless they are the direct descendant of the person who already manages it. The cousins, aunts and uncles of a submitter is not a descendant.
Send an email to email@example.com and explain the situation. Send them a link to the memorial in question.
Thank you so much for posting the photo. The additional picture of her headstone was just fine. It was from a different perspective than mine, and there was a different set of flowers in the vase. Someone had also stood up the statue of the virgin mary. The statue was not upright in my photo. You are welcome to repost your headstone photo if you would like. The more the merrier.
I have linked Lillie to her mother as well. Thank you for that additional information. I have also spent a lot of time in those 2 cemeteries as well as numerous others in the area. I posted the detailed info for Barker and Glencoe along with others. I actually created Barker Cemetery on findagrave about a year ago. Surprisingly, no one had created this cemetery earlier.
Let me know if you need any further links established.