Mailing Lists
Total: 1/1
    1. Re: [TX-BEXAR-CEM] City Cemetery Number 3
    2. Sarah Reveley
    3. Sounds like a job for me. ;-) I have photos already of that cemetery, and it is easy to walk, not too big. Yes, there is damage, but I'll go back and take a look for you. Where did you get those wards, rows and numbers from? If I had more, maybe I could figure out where they should be based on folks that still have tombstones in place. Sarah ----- Original Message ----- From: Ronald Hesdorff To: [email protected] Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2011 12:23 PM Subject: [TX-BEXAR-CEM] City Cemetery Number 3 Looking for anyone with knowledge of the grave locations in City Cemetery Number 3. I understand this is probably the worse City Cemetery to find a grave due to the condition and vandalism problems this cemetery has suffered over the years. Please respond if you know about this cemetery. I am looking for my great grandmother Lucinda Taylor Harsdorff/Hasdorff and my great great grandfather Michael Genswieder/Gensweiler. Lucinda's grave location - Ward - 3, Row - N, Number - 2 (death date about 8/12/1911) Michael's grave location - Ward - 2, Number - 2 (death date about 7/16/1893) Thank you, Ron Hesdorff [email protected] ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    12/18/2011 05:46:15