|Eidolyne Ravenscroft (#47986738)|
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|Jean||Raymond Smith photo request.|
I am sorry to report that Raymond does not have a headstone, so it is impossible to tell if he is buried with a wife. Sadly, I had 4 requests on my list for this weekend that turned out to have no headstones. I will be uploading a photo of the lot. It runs close to the curb and the location is Aster Plot, Lot 22-A. There is always a possibility that the headstone got buried over the years. You could try calling the cemetery office to find out if there is supposed to be one. If so, you could tell them that a volunteer is trying to get a photo and ask them to please unbury it. If you get back to me with the information, I will go back to get another photo. I don't want to get your hopes up, but it is worth a try.
Added by Jean on Nov 16, 2014 11:51 PM
|B. Pierson||Ethel Coughlin|
Hi, if you are looking for someone a Samaritan Cemetery in San Bernardino, Ca., this graveyard is where the county buries those that was in possession of the county and they were unable to find a family member to bury them, this is what it says on the Samaritan Cmetery memorial
Cemetery notes and/or description:
AKA County Cemetery since 1925.
Located in the City of San Bernardino on Waterman Ave. North of Highland. The office is at Mt.View Cemetery. It is for indigents who are buried by a number in mass cremation graves paid for by the county. There are no markers and the urn in front is for flowers.
Samaritan Park, AKA Samaritan Cemetery, AKA San Bernardino County Cemetery, is a 4.5 acre section on the west side of Mt. View Cemetery. There are no headstones, in fact nothing to demarcate one grave from another.
Good Luck in your search
|Don Green||RE: Thank you once again.|
So glad I could photograph your great grandparents. That's always special. The Freemans seemed to be on my mind and I ran across another couple in an older plot while photographing another request. Just thought I'd pass them on in case they are related: W.L. Freeman (1833 - 1911) and Ellen Freeman (1838 - 1922). They had a very nice monument which I photographed and will post when I get a chance. Hope I can help again in the future.
|Don Green||RE: Thank you!|
You're very welcome for the photos, Eidolyne. Glad I could help out !
|Brenda||RE: Thank you.|
You're very welcome!
Added by Brenda on Sep 29, 2014 4:07 PM
Sorry...I did not see a stone for Mabel's husband nearby
Added by Brenda on Sep 29, 2014 5:53 AM
|Vicki Moss-Hall||Hall Family|
I do have marriage license for Hulda & Stephen Jr and for Hulda (Jane) & Henry.
I do not have a record of Stephen Sr. & Mary Vanderford but I was told they married in 1845 in Ingham, Ingham Co., MI.
I have found a Stephen married to a Sarah A. Sawdy/Saundy but I have not yet confirmed that it is my Stephen, Sr yet.
I only know of Henry H. being married once, to Hulda Jennie Teachout.
As far as his brother, Stephen Jr., I only knew of the marriage between him & Hulda.
I have not yet located where Stephen Jr. is buried. Henry & Hulda are in Rowley Ce.etery, Webberville, MI.
There is a Hattie E. Hall (1866-1946) buried in Rowley too but I have not yet linked her to us.
I have not finished my research on this yet by any means but as I work on it, my tree on Ancestry.com is always updated:-)
I have a 'group' on Facebook for the HALL Ancestry. I would love for you to join us there. There are not that many people that I know of working on HALL so it would be great to have you there. My name of Facebook is Vicki Moss Hall & the group is called HALL Ancestry.
|Vicki Moss-Hall||Henry Hall|
I do have his DC, cites parents as: Stephen Hall & Mary Bouford. I have seen Mary Vanderfort/fert in other trees but I don't know where they got that last name. His DC may not be correct because as you know, the info given is by someone living at the time of his death & they may not have given (or even known) the correct info.
I would love to find the Marriage License for Stephen. That would give us the help we need!
|Vicki Moss-Hall||RE: Isaac Edward Piper|
He is related to my husband thru marriage. His wife, Iola May Hall, is my husband's 1st Great Grand Aunt. Iola's brother, John Henry Hall, is my husband's Great Grandfather.
In order to get more info on John, I was researching his siblings. I also have a tree on Ancestry.com. All my finds will be there, along with posting them on Find A Grave, if I know where the individual is buried.
Genealogy is a funny thing. Much of my research is done individually, meaning by myself, however, it sure makes things easier, & less time consuming, if you can work with others that are working on the same folks. Thanks for saying HI & being friendly:-)
|Terri Vance Weston||RE: May Piper|
If you click on May's headstone picture you will see my following notes:
The following headstones are located next to each other:
May Piper, 1883 - 1915
(Plot: Section 2, Block 22, Lot 1, Grave W2)
Edward Piper, 1880 - 1961
(Plot: Section 2, Block 22, Lot 1, Grave W3 - Burial Date: 7/22/1961)
Eva Piper, 1876 - 1929
(Plot: Section 2, Block 22, Lot 1, Grave W4)
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