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Terry James (#47631731)
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I live in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. I would be willing to do headstone photos for Hillside Cemetery.

Anyone has my permission to copy photos.

In the name of history I have photographed almost every headstone and posted them here for Pleasant St. Cemetery. All the headstones are now entered. There are some unidentified people and some unidentified headstones.
Some headstones have suffered damage over the years either by vandalism or lawn care and by posting them here they will last forever.
In the event that I have offended anyone with what I have posted and wish to have it removed, just ask and I will removed what you want.
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RE: Isabella Welch Covington
No, she is NOT in the Nelson Memorial Cemetery.

I see you created #100359677 on 07 Nov 2012 in Ocean View Cemetery. Do you know for certain that her remains are in Ocean View? She was cremated 09 Apr 1984 in Burnaby, but the remains could have been given to the family. There are several ways to be sure, such as 1) get a photo of a marker, 2) contact her son Victor to ask, or 3) contact the funeral home or the cemetery.

See the Royal BC Museum online death certificate here:

Nelson's records are very good after the 1920s (prior to that the Old Anglican and Old Catholic sections are good for names but not always for locations). Meanwhile, both of the last two registers show only Covington, Joseph Arthur in the Old Anglican section, Block 17, and NOT his widow Isabella.
Added by Ima BC Graver on Mar 09, 2014 2:10 PM
RE: Isabel Covington
You're welcome, good luck Terry.
Added by JustNancy on Mar 09, 2014 11:59 AM
RE: Nelson Cemetery
Hi Terry

I have added all the photos from Nelson that I have. You might try contacting Ima BC Graver as she has entered many names and photos in the cemetery

Added by Alison on Mar 08, 2014 7:05 PM
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Added by Merrickville on Feb 14, 2014 3:00 PM
Hi Terry could you please link Dad 121929280 and Mom 124052877. also she was born Oct 9 1867 in Colorado Springs, Colorado Thanks Terry
Added by Maude on Jan 25, 2014 1:36 PM
Janice Davis
Vernon Vincent Dunnett
Hi you are looking for a photo of the marker for Vernon Vincent Dunnett. You say in your request that he is cremated at the Vancouver Crematorium. but then on your home page you say you don't know where he was buried. I can look when I go to the crematorium tomorrow and see if I can find anything. You should be able to find his death certificate.

Added by Janice Davis on Jan 23, 2014 11:36 PM
Margaret Veach
Hi Terry can you link her parents for me Margaret number is 117606516 her dad is George gale Mobley#121929280 and mothers is 121933386 name Anne Mobley Thank you vary much
Added by Maude on Jan 17, 2014 9:59 PM
RE: Vera Prentice
You're welcome Terry - not doubled-up - one is a closeup *smiles

If you'd prefer me to delete one of the photos please let me know.

- Linda
Added by Linda on Dec 04, 2013 3:28 PM
Melinda D
RE: re Thomas Sweeney 1864 - 1918
Hi Terry,

we didn't think it was the star of Bethlehem as it has only five points and there is something in the middle of the star.
would it be at all possible to get a close up of the symbol??

Thanks for your assistance

Added by Melinda D on Nov 29, 2013 4:12 PM
Melinda D
re Thomas Sweeney 1864 - 1918
Hi Terry,

Thankyou for taking the time to take the photo's and add them online. You made my families day on Saturday. We decided to have another look at my Mother-in-Laws tree and came across the photo of her Great grandfathers grave, it was a wonderful surprise. Though we were wondering if you happened to know what the symbols is on the headstone. We recognised the Freemason's but could quite make out the other one or find any reference online.

Thanks Melinda
Added by Melinda D on Nov 29, 2013 1:20 AM
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