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"Lost treasures are tough to accept as lost. Iím always thinking thereís somewhere Iíve not looked, |
someone Iíve not asked."
~ Lewis Garnett
I do not adher to FAG rules regarding transfers. I am happy to transfer memorials to family or friends and only ask you give a relationship to the person whose memorial you wish to have transferred.
Headstone photos I have taken are free for personal use. To enlarge the photo and see the caption which may include burial information click once on the photo.
When memorials are created listing burial as unknown and mine is in the correct cemetery, created from a headstone or cemetery records, my memorial is not the duplicate.
This is FIND-a-Grave.
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|Larry H.||RE: Mabel Holman # 142714453|
Thanks for your research. Will keep lookin'!
Added by Larry H. on Oct 22, 2016 9:11 AM
|Larry H.||Mabel Holman # 142714452|
Chasing family spooks! I think Mabel was the grandmother of my cousin Shirley Deutsch # 152999049 but having problem confirming this. What can you tell me as to your sources of information
Thanks for any help!!!! Larry H. 47183068
Added by Larry H. on Oct 20, 2016 8:26 AM
|Michael Stanley Klimczak||RE: Term graves at Resurrection|
I agree. Very sad.
|Michael Stanley Klimczak||Term graves at Resurrection|
I happened upon your post on BHD's message wall regarding term graves at Resurrection. The answer is that it depends on the cemetery. At St. Adalbert's the term graves were actually either buried very deep at first or had new dirt laid on top of them to accommodate a new body and headstone. I have some relatives who died as infants and are buried in term graves at Resurrection. I am permitted to purchase that grave so that I can then add a headstone to it (something I'm seriously considering for an infant great uncle) buried there. You easily call the office to find out if someone has been buried on top of an ancestor in a term grave, and if not, you can purchase the grave. Term graves practice ceased in the 50s.
|Susie||Dorothy D Byers|
This is her Daughter Susie I just wanted to Thank you for posting her headstone she is buried in Denver. I'm in Tucson I did have a picture of it but can't find it. In 2014 my Son and wife were expecting twins they were due mid April they were born on Moms birthday March 28th 🤗 I knew when I held them she sent me Double Love.
Added by Susie on Oct 09, 2016 4:24 AM
|bhd||RE: Sophia Kondracki 168726936|
The graves were then "stacked." The whole thing sounded strange to be me at first.
Added by bhd on Oct 06, 2016 6:46 AM
|bhd||Sophia Kondracki 168726936|
Sophia was interred in a term grave in Resurrection Catholic Cemetery. As a result, there is no marker and no real location of her interment to take a photo of. (I have info on my profile page about term graves.)
I was able to get some info from the cemetery record. She is listed in the record as Zofia Kondracka, interred December 4, 1912.
Hope this helps. bhd
Added by bhd on Oct 03, 2016 8:18 PM
|Michael||Peter Berenís grave marker photos|
Thank you very much for taking your time to take the grave marker photos for Peter Beren for me.
Added by Michael on Sep 12, 2016 7:07 PM
|Linda Wells||Virga Sala's grave.|
Robin, thank you so much for the picture of my grandma's grave. I've never been able to visit the site myself. I really appreciate you doing this. Thank you! Linda Wells
Hi Robin - THank you very much for taking & posting this photo. It looks as if the engraving was originally done below Stanford's name and then redone next to it, and the original was tried to be erased. Is that what you think is going on with this stone? Harrison & Genevieve were brother & sister. He has a daughter also named Genevieve. His wife's name is Leone. I just put in a photo request for her grave - if one exists. It's kind of a mystery why that second name was erased partially. If you have any ideas about this, I'd be glad to hear them.
Thanks again for your kindness in doing this for me.
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