Oh No! Another problem! Look at that record ... the Cemetery name is blank! You've got to be kidding! So I think I've found her but I'm back to searching cemeteries in Cleveland! Wait... I was able to go back a page on that record. The page prior says Woodland Cemetery. Ah ha! So now I move over to Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland Ohio records. Low and behold that cemetery has a search feature! I put in Clara and there she is! There's a details button and when I click on that it lists her home address in Cleveland, which I know so well from looking at many census records. It also shows she died of "Cholera Infantum" a fact I didn't know. But wait... there are other babies buried in with her. I start clicking on their details and they are at the family's home address as well. My eyes wander down the list and there's another baby! Buried in the same area but not in the same plot. She has the home address! Not only did I find Clara but I also found her three stillborn siblings (unnamed). I now can put to rest the 10 births and 6 living from the census records. The 4 missing are all together at the same cemetery in Cleveland. My cousin and I are elated! The last names are all spelled incorrectly but it's confirmed by the home address on the "details" link.
I immediately updated my family tree, I updated findagrave, and I have such a feeling of accomplishment. On the cemetery's web page it states they will take photos if requested. So, of course, I requested photos to be taken. They might not even have markers but to have a photo of the area where they are would be wonderful. So let's hope I get some photos :)
I also wrote my check and mailed in for her death certificate. What an exciting treat that will be.
This is a lesson on NEVER giving up. For ten years, at least, I've been looking for this little girl. I will update the blog if I get photos of their graves and the death certificate. I'm in California and tickled pink!