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|ruels92||grave stone picture|
Thank you again for the picture of Winifred C. Welton Salisbury. The picture helped locate her husband's grave in Illinois.
Added by ruels92 on May 28, 2016 12:13 PM
|JIM WHITE||Chopek family of Iowa City, Iowa|
Roy Chopek and Carl Chopek of Iowa City, Iowa
had the following siblings:
Leo "Lee" E. Chopek 1896-1982
Helen Ida Chopek 1899-1988
Henrietta M. "Babe" Chopek 1906-1981
|Tabatha Reynolds||Eunice Morris|
It's Tacy McIntire not Tracy. Sorry autocorrect
|Tabatha Reynolds||Eunice Morris|
Eunice is my 3x great aunt and her maiden name was Cook not Bradshaw. She was the daughter of Jacob and Rebecca (Pickett) and siblings are:
Guilielma Cook Strong 1885-1908
Enos cook 1881-1881
Emma cook Smith 1877-1963
Fannie cook Bathurst 1867-1956
Tracy cook McIntire 1875-1944
George W Cook 1873-1949
Charles L Cook 1871-1938
William cook 1869-1877
Mary H Cook 1865-1877
Hannah cook 1878-1879
Thanks for the information on Ambrose. The edit has been made :) I sincerely appreciate it!
|Helena Lundberg||Photo Saint Joseph Cemetery|
Thank you so much for adding the photo of Sheldon Edward Ericksons headstone to his memorial.
|Sue||RE: Saint Joseph Cemetery|
I am very glad to add GPS coordinates, they are so informative for people wanting to locate the graves. FindAGrave once told me that if the cemeteries are mapped to two different locations, then they will not consider them one cemetery. The two entrances are at different locations, but the sections are a single parcel, according to the County Assessors office. There is one mailing address, one office, one manager, one cemetery. Sounds like I am working up a new email to FindAGrave, haha. Is the same manager there? I last visited him about 3 years ago, and was concerned that he seemed like the only one who could dig around the office and find locations of graves. What you are doing there/here is invaluable.
Added by Sue on May 17, 2016 7:22 AM
|Sue||Saint Joseph Cemetery|
Thank you for the many great photos and SACs, most recently for Saint Joseph Cemetery. As you know, Saint Joseph Cemetery in Iowa City is a single cemetery with two sections. Until two or three years ago, there was a single listing for Saint Joseph Cemetery with thousands of memorials throughout cemetery. This worked well, as it actually is a single cemetery, and most obituaries do not state which section the burial is in. Then 2 or 3 years ago, someone created a Saint Joseph Cemetery New and renamed the original cemetery as Saint Joseph Cemetery Old, but they didn't sort through the thousands of existing memorials to separate the Old and New ones (which is understandable, such a huge undertaking). And now there are duplicate memorials created in the New section that already existed in the original cemetery, what a mess. It will be impossible to keep Old and New separate unless someone actively polices old and new memorials for decades to come. My hope is that FindAGrave will eventually merge the two sections back into one cemetery. So for now, I will add "New Section" to the plot information, so the section information will persist after the merge. Thank you for your wonderful work with FindAGrave, and if you have any other ideas how to resolve the Saint Joseph issue, I would be glad to hear them. Best wishes.
Added by Sue on May 16, 2016 9:27 PM
|L. Forbes||Christopher Schoemaker|
#138763404 is Rev. Christopher Schoemaker, no G, the C. on the gravestone stands for his name Christopher, please fix.
|EH||Transfer thank you|
Hello Heather, Thank you for the transfer of Josef Cipera Find A Grave Memorial# 147907950. Hope things are going well with you. EH
Added by EH on May 08, 2016 12:55 PM
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