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George DeKay (#47945128)
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I am interested in preserving information and in providing stone photos where possible. I am flexible and like it when others are the same, particularly in adding requested information and also in linking to family members.
My transfer rules are generous if the memorials are outside my family members.

Beginning Jan. 18, 2016, I will be away from my site periodically trying to deal with health issues. If I don't answer or respond righ away, you will know why. But I will answer ASAP.
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Sturon
RE: John Richard Gibson HUDSON
No problem George , My pleasure and thanks for the welcome :-)
Added by Sturon on May 28, 2016 7:23 AM
Kristina Church
Arthur's headstone
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cansacem/38/132.jpg shows arthur/s headstone. Will take a picture myself next month.
Added by Kristina Church on May 27, 2016 12:05 AM
Bev Dowson
RE: Mackey in Lindsay
You are more than welcome!! My Mom was friends with them & I was to the children! I will get the rest soon.
Added by Bev Dowson on May 26, 2016 7:14 PM
Kristina Church
Little Grave
While i was in radville i didn't find much as batteries died and not knowing the area well, my father and I went back down the next day but it was raining :(. I was wondering if you were interest in the gravestone (if u don't already have it) of Samuel and Mary Little. I realize they aren't the one you are looking for. One of my church family graves was beside Samuel and Mary (1 stone together) hence my question.
Added by Kristina Church on May 26, 2016 7:02 PM
Lloyd
RE: Frank L. CALDWELL memorial
Thank you for letting me know about the duplicate. I have deleted my memorial, posted a picture of the headstone and accepted your edit requests. I appreciate your input.
Lloyd
Added by Lloyd on May 26, 2016 6:55 AM
Elaine Vanderwal
Frank L. Caldwell
Hello,
Your Frank L. Caldwell #117426355 burial place unknown is #147535677 and wife Emma Dorothy #147535758 are buried in Pleasant View Cemetery, Unity Kindersley Census Division Saskatchewan, Canada.
There is a photo of their headstone on Find a Grave for Pleasant View Cemetery, Unity Saskatchewan.
When you contact that contributor the duplicated Frank Caldwell will have to be merged so that all your massive Caldwell information & connections are preserved. Hope this helps. Elaine
Added by Elaine Vanderwal on May 25, 2016 4:01 PM
Renato Zoppelli
San Remo Cemetery
Hello George,
the cemetery which is named "San Remo Cemetery" on Find a Grave, is actually called "Cimitero Monumentale della Foce". It is not an "English cemetery", because it has about 2/3 Italian interments; also, it is not a Protestant cemetery, because Catholics, Protestants, and Jews, are buried there. Nor is there any part of the cemetery exclusively reserved to the English. Still, it might have been called an "English Cemetery" back then, because English and other foreign tourists outnumbered locals during some periods of San Remo’s history. It was opened in 1883 and is still operating to this day, although terrestrial burials ended around World War II. At that time, the town opened a new cemetery outside the city. Though it seemed to me, that some plots have been cleared, the historical cemetery is still in a good state. You might well find Cesare Cagnetta there. The problem is, that taking photographs on a cemetery is not generally accepted in Italy, it can get you into troubles actually, so I only permitted myself to document foreign names, no Italian names. An estimate 200 British names remain also undocumented in San Remo. The civilian "Bordighera British Cemetery" is almost completely documented until around 1950, with the exception of a few illegible inscriptions. If you would like to send the photographs to r.z.sanremo@gmail.com, I might be able to tell you, if they depict the old town cemetery of San Remo.

Added by Renato Zoppelli on May 23, 2016 6:46 PM
Dead Ringer
Lena Bowen Cagnetta's F.A.G. memorial
-Hey George,

You can send me everything that you have and I will ensure that it gets added to Lena's memorial page.

Thank you.

~Dead Ringer.
Added by Dead Ringer on May 21, 2016 1:33 PM
Bear Hugs
RE: Amos and Charlotte Mallory
Sorry about that - I must have been in the wrong area. The cemetery is huge and not well marked. Yvonne
Added by Bear Hugs on May 21, 2016 4:52 AM
Dale Churchill
RE: Elmwood Twp. Cemetery
Elmwood Cemetery and Hillside Cemetery are two separate cemeteries about 7 miles apart. Both are operated by Elmwood Township. I remember finding the family stone with his name on it. Hers was not so you could be right about her passing on much later then he did. It could be the heirs did not have her name engraved.
Added by Dale Churchill on May 08, 2016 7:17 PM
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