|memento mori (#48123899)|
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Some of the names I have been working on are: Baker, Barnes, Bates, Bell, Carter, Curtis, Dekin, Disosway, Elwell, Graves, Guild, Heard, Heath, Hill, Kissam, McKenney, Lunt, Miner, Potter, Pray, Scott, Scouler, Thomas(s)on, Tillmont, Wagner, Washabaugh, Weir and Williamson.|
If I have created a memorial for a relative of yours, I will gladly transfer management, unless it's also a relative of mine.
I am also happy to fulfill photo requests.
You are welcome to use my photos for any purpose that honors the deceased (for example, in an on-line family tree).
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|Rick Weaver||RE: Arthur & Ethel Molleur|
I didn't notice them but I only had a couple of minutes there. I'll be back in the area next week an will look for them then.
|Ron Adams||RE: Roscoe G. Heard and Frank Shattuck|
Could you send me directly a copy of the Ayer newspaper article? I'll take it to the Cemetery Office and have them double check their records. They have been very interested in helping me with all my Find-a-Grave requests and pin-pointing exactly where graves are located. email@example.com
|Denny Jordan||Mildred & Frank Hager|
Holy Cross Cemetery in Akron. I looked online for records of the Hagers at Holy Cross and could not find them. There are several Hagers buried there, but none with dates that are even close to Mildred and Frank.
If you are certain they are buried there I will go to the cemetery office and check.
|Joe Stoner||RE: Raymond Wolfe|
You may be interested that I have added Marguerite and William Thompson, probably Naomi Wolfe's sister.
|CopeSullivan||RE: Gertrude Hollis|
Michael... Gertrude's stone is in the "Abigail Adams" section (off of Norton St). If I recall correctly, she is in the second row, about a third to half way down, just about in the center of the section.
|Dear Cousin||Fred Lindstrom|
Hi. Here's an obit for Fred and it gives the cemetery name. Margaret is probably buried there also. Try calling them.
Fred D. Lindstrom of Chicago, beloved husband of Margaret, nee Roberts; dear father of Margaret McNamara; five grandchildren; brother of Gladys Gravelle. Visitation at Williams Funeral Home, 12 Lake street, Oak Park. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m., to St. Thomas Aquinas church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Michael cemetery, Wheaton. 848-8788.
Chicago Tribune (IL)) - Wednesday, November 8, 1967
All done. Sorry about that I usually am more thorough and would have done it; George was my last photo of a long day of uploading and I hurried off to go do something else! I'm glad I was able to help you. I love the Lee cemetery and go there several times a year so if there is anything else you need there, let me know.
Mary "shewolf" Wolf
Added by SheWolf on Aug 14, 2015 8:59 PM
|Lynn Ellis||RE: Elizabeth Seller|
Sorry Michael. I have moved the photo to the correct Elizabeth Seller. I just started Find a Grave this week, so am trying to find my way around it. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. Lynn
|Laurie S Keller (AKA Laurie Kirby)||Alfred Swenson's grave|
Thank you so much for photographing the grave of Alfred Swenson, who is a distant cousin of mine. Would you mind if I copied it to my family tree on Wikitree?
Laurie Smith Keller
|P Welch||photo of James Welch's memorial|
Thank you so much for the picture. Maybe one day I'll get over there.
Added by P Welch on Jun 21, 2015 10:26 AM
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