|Susan Pearce Page||RE: Simcox's at McKee|
I photographed the entire cemetery and am working on placing them on Find a Grave. If I come across another member of the Simcox family I will add it to Find a Grave.
|okieskater||#60397598 John Vernon Kirk|
I saw you asked for photo and they said not buried there; usually you then remove the request. However I see on the death certificate they say Silver Brook, interred 4-11-1912. I looked at the "Friends" site and see a Vernon Kirk interment 3-9-12 on lot City-34-124-1. I wonder if this is him and the record made wasn't quite right. You might contact them and ask. There still might not be a stone but the location could then be documented. The site is www.friendsofsilverbrook.org. There is also another Vernon that I thought might be his father that died in 1943 but his wife is not Clementine.
|Theresa C. Lake||RE: Sarah Hogue|
I agree with is why I've been trying like heck to get the cemetery done, they have dozen of broken marker just laying on the ground or leaning up against fences. I'm personally going with something low to the group and small because the beautiful big ones don't last.
|Johnny||RE: Simcox's at Evergreen|
Hello Carl and Judi,
You are very welcome. I am glad I was able to help. Good luck on your searches.
Added by Johnny on Aug 14, 2014 1:00 PM
|cj||Mary Catherine Woods|
Thanks for all the 'Woods' information! Would you mind double checking to make sure I entered the information correctly? I was wondering about Mary K. Woods and have changed it to Catherine, but could this be spelled with a K? Just want to make sure it is right. cj
Added by cj on Aug 10, 2014 11:30 AM
|lynda kaiser||emily chamblin|
Caldwell cemetery Eau Claire Mi
there is a record for Emily H. Chamblin Tibbs
dates 1839-1935 died of pneumonia B-20 S
but no record of Emily Chamblin
|dtreat||Nickersons in Saint Joseph Cemetery|
I noticed that you have transferred maintenance of the memorials for Elkanah, Jr., Hannah, and Arthur Nickerson to me. I wasn't asking for a transfer, but I do thank you, since these people are my husband's family. I sincerely appreciate all the work you are doing for Findagrave and our families. Regards, Diane
Added by dtreat on Jun 04, 2014 11:08 AM
|FournierJillson||RE: James A. Kirk|
Yes, Shanghai Cemetery is a serene area. The sad thing is that with time and probably some vandalism, some of the stones are in sad shape. You will see that the stone for James and Mary Kirk was photographed for Find A Grave a few years ago and it was standing at that time. Now it is lying flat, broken into three pieces. It is an example of why Find A Grave volunteers need to photograph before a stone wears away and is forgotten. Sincerely, Kathy
|Airway3100||RE: Aurelia Bell|
It is sad but sometimes money is an issue. I found that my great-grandmother didn't have a headstone. So my aunt is going to pay to have one put on her grave. If I find any other relatives of mine without headstones I will pay to have them done. I just feel the need to do it.
|Vic||RE: Dorothy Baugher|
I understand about the time allowance.....and thanks for adding the photo. Aunt Dot was very special to all of her nieces and nephews and I appreciate your understanding. Thanks again!
Added by Vic on May 20, 2014 6:10 PM
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