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|Judy Imes||RE: Noah and Permilla Arnold|
They were the parents of my mother's Aunt Goldie Peggar. We visited the cemetery last summer. Judy
|Dave V||The Howell's|
I hope that I have them all straightened out...
Added by Dave V on Feb 13, 2014 6:59 AM
|Valerie Hughes Martinez||RE: Maurice E. Preston Jr.|
You are welcome!
You are so welcome. I feel I'm giving back to those that are taking pictures for me. So glad I was able to help... :)
|Dawn/John Vesely||RE: Frank R. Lunn|
your welcome ; ) anything else I can do, please let me know
|Stephan Parsons||RE: Duke photo|
The Duke monument was toppled, and I was unable to move or position the engraved portion of the monument to read or examine the side that was underneath and in contact with the soil. The engraved surface visible to me seemed to be a monument to Eliza Duke I think it read. There were 2 stones that appeared to be base stones to me, but I was able to view another photo taken of this monument in previous years, and it seems that some of the stones were part of the large monument as it once appeared when properly assembled and stacked. I thought maybe the husband's engraved monument had been removed to storage or lost, thus the Duke embossed base stone was for the husband and a smaller plain one was for his wife. It is possible therefore that the monument was for both individuals, and engraved that way, but without the ability to see the buried portion of the stone, it is not possible to make a certain identification.
|Margi||RE: Floyd McDonough|
You are most welcome. I'm glad that I was able to help.
Added by Margi on Aug 11, 2013 9:10 PM
|Karl Matz||RE: Esli F. Griffith|
You're very welcome -- I was glad to do it!!!
|Sharon Christensen||RE: Spencer|
You are welcome for the photos.
|Kathy Salazar||RE: Clifton and Cora Harris photos|
Glad to help.
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