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Barbara Long (#47657241)
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Please note that photos I've added for Park Lawn Cemetery, Mount Hope Catholic Cemetery and Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Hillcrest Cemetery in York, Ontario, Canada were taken by Islington.

I only sat at a computer and put them on the website. Islington walked through these huge cemeteries and took the photos.

All credit to Islington.

Barbara Long
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Sue (Wolszon) Dacko
Corinne Louella Bodell Quinn
I can solve the mystery as to who Corinne's father's second wife was: my great-aunt Emma (DeVille)Scofield - Bodell.

Added by Sue (Wolszon) Dacko on Nov 20, 2015 12:20 PM
Jill Perrotto
Elmer Kingsley
added the obit and grave picture, although the picture isn't the greatest.
Added by Jill Perrotto on Oct 05, 2015 10:20 AM
Jill Perrotto
Elmer Kingsley
have added obit and grave picture. although the picture isn't the greatest.
Added by Jill Perrotto on Oct 05, 2015 10:19 AM
Kevin A. Pears
thank you for the edit . some times you get to typing to fast.
Added by Kevin A. Pears on Sep 29, 2015 4:14 PM
RE: Henry A Reif
Hey Barbara, I just double checked my research and honestly don't know how Allen ended up there. I will still check with Forest Lawn in the morning and see what they show. Since it was so long ago I have found they often have very little info on file. If he was buried there from an outside Mortuary they tend to have even less info. Hopefully I can get the info to confirm if he is your relative. James
Added by Romper90069 on Sep 17, 2015 8:24 PM
RE: Henry A Reif
Hi Barbara,

I got it from the California Death Index. It was the only one that matched the name and dates. It most certainly could be the wrong person. I will contact Forest Lawn in the morning and double check if I am correct. If he is your relative I would be pleased to transfer him to your care.


Added by Romper90069 on Sep 17, 2015 8:15 PM
Patricia Zeis
Barbara - no worries. I did not receive a correction, so I was unaware that you recognized the confusion with the two Conrads. I wonder where the elder Conrad died. In any event, I appreciate your efforts in linking families.

Added by Patricia Zeis on Sep 15, 2015 5:07 PM
Patricia Zeis
Henry Ihsen
Hello, Barbara,

I received your proposed edit for Henry Ihsen. While researching the edit, I noted that the death certificate lists Henry's father as Conrad Ihsen. Unfortunately, the Conrad Ihsen listed on FindaGrave was born in 1842. Henry Ihsen was born in 1851, so it is unlikely that Conrad was his father. Christiane, born in 1819, is apparently Henry's mother, so I can link her to Henry. Based upon the above, I wanted to let you know that I will decline the edit as submitted, but will link Henry's mother.

Best regards,

Added by Patricia Zeis on Sep 15, 2015 1:46 PM
Pam Lenz
RE: Donald Limber
Hi Barbara,

Thanks for your kind words, and no need to apologize. It always surprises me when I can't find a recent stone, too! This cemetery was unique in the number of small metal markers on a short stand with a piece of cardstock under plastic with the person's name and dates. Those that were new could be read well, while there were a number that were faded from the sun or that rain and snow had reduced to just a white card. These were relatively recent and some entire families were indicated with these markers. And, as careful as I am, there's always the possibility that I missed the stone.

This cemetery is also surrounded by a larger cemetery that's completely separate in name, but with indefinite boundaries such that the stones from one are side-by-side with stones from the other. Having the section number would help much! I love finding that elusive marker, so am happy to visit the cemetery again when I'm back in Meadville!

Added by Pam Lenz on Aug 29, 2015 1:26 PM
Pam Lenz
St. Agatha's Cemetery Request
Hello! If you could call the cemetery and find out what section she's in I'll be glad to look when I return, possibly on August 28th. I just walked a large portion of the cemetery looking for markers so won't be looking in those sections again, but if you can find a specific section number this will narrow things down and I'll gladly check.
Added by Pam Lenz on Aug 27, 2015 7:28 AM
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