|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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|PupDawg||John Bernard Stanton|
I am interested in the memorial you have created for John Stanton #122910334. The name and date of birth are definitely for my great Uncle, I am wondering how you were able to match the headstone to him specifically, I have not found any recorded death for him in the records that are available to me. Would you possibly share your source so I can confirm this is the burial for my great Uncle Thank you in advance for any information you can provide.
Added by PupDawg on Apr 26, 2015 4:02 PM
|nein57 ||Thankyou for finding my Gr. Grandfathers son, Melvin Dyson's resting place.|
Just a note of Sincere Thankyou...to you for your kind work. I am the Great Grandaughter of Roy Bain Dyson.....Melvin was his youngest son. Melvin was coming from Spokane Wash. on the rails, to work with his brother on a sheep ranch in Kamloops..."The Heron Ranch" I'm told....somewhere near where Walmart exists today. My Grandmother told me that these young men would often ride underneath the boxcars to avoid being caught while going through the train yards....we'll never know what really happened to Melvin....but he did fall from a train in the Kamloops, and now thanks to you, I will be able to put a Headstone on his Grave site...
You are also responsible for helping me find My Gr. Grandads burial site in Kamloops as well...Roy Dyson...1885-1968..in the Hillside Cemetary...He was a WW1 Vet. I will be placing a Headstone on his Grave site as well.
ThankYou So Much, on behalf of myself and my Family.
Added by nein57 on Apr 20, 2015 12:01 PM
|carriedw||RE: Sage Valley|
I don't have time to do it any time soon, sorry. I will let you know if I intend to.
Added by carriedw on Mar 18, 2015 12:07 PM
|Karen ||Agness Crossfield|
Thank you for the transfer and for documenting and taking the photo!
Added by Karen on Mar 14, 2015 11:37 PM
|Betty & Dan||Pearl Heck - Marker|
Hi Terry: Thanks so much for searching for her marker, and for letting us know that unfortunately no marker exists. We appreciate your efforts.
|Wendy Grant Walter||Betts Family|
Thanks for taking the time to look for the gravestones for this family
|Aurorae Little U.E.||Memorial# 94921307 not found|
I didn't enter in the cemetery info, does the message I got back when I requested the photo off info submitted by another means, they don't exist there?The general problem they reported is:
I searched the stated plot or section and could not find the grave They also reported, specifically:
There is no marked for this person. Due to this problem, we believe that this photo request can not be fulfilled. As a result, we are removing it. If you can fix the problems that were reported and believe a photo can be acquired, please feel free to make a new request.
only found recently, didn't do the research off the page, so who knows from here.. Thx
|carriedw||RE: Sage Valey Mausoleum|
I'm not sure where that is? Is it a part of Hillside Cemetery?
Added by carriedw on Mar 13, 2015 10:35 AM
|Wendy Grant Walter||Joseph Betts|
Thanks for looking for a gravestone for Joseph Betts!
|Steven M||RE: Thomas A. Vicars (#89179021)|
That is strange. Maybe it's not the same Thomas Allen Vicars I'm looking for?
My Thomas Vicars was born in Canada, but joined the US Army in 1892. He was killed in action on May 2, 1902 while serving in the Philippines. Battery Vicars in Washington state was later named after him.
Added by Steven M on Mar 05, 2015 4:42 AM
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