Re: Uncooperative Cemetery Personnel #usa
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I had a "due to privacy", about taking photos
of graves. Email was no help but I sent a printed
letter and a reply that matches the British policy.
No movies, stills are fine.
I did NOT include a phone number or email address.
When refusing information is more trouble than supply,
it can work.
When you start to read readin,
how do you know the fellow that
wrote the readin,
wrote the readin right?
Long Branch Saloon
Dodge City, Kansas
On Thursday, May 20, 2021, 11:17:54 PM GMT+3, Jx. Gx. <mrme1914@...> wrote:
I contacted the NYC cemetery where my ggf and ggm are buried and asked if they could check the burial file for my ggf and tell me the name of the congregation that he belong to because I'm certain it would be included in the actual original folder. The guy refused to give me that information. All he kept repeating is that its "against our protocol" to release any information beyond the name of the burial society. That bit of information is worthless because the society's name is already mounted on the entry gate to the cemetery section where my ggf is buried. It seems to me the guy doesn't want to get up from his comfortable chair and search through dusty old burial folders in storage. Its easier for him to look at his computer database that has minimal information. Is there any legal recourse in getting recalcitrant cemetery officials to do their job and help relatives with the information they need?