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I am into urban exploring, rural exploring, old cemetery's, abandoned cemetery's, old farm house's, abandoned farm's. I live in St. Paul, Minnesota. I drive truck all over southern Minnesota, and that is when I explore. I would be very happy to do transfers, just let me know, or if you have correction's for anything. God Bless.|
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|Observer4wing||RE: # 63387051|
lol, I really put you through the ropes, Bob. I found Charles Russell Embury's burial in a family record on Ancestry.com. It said he was buried in the Methodist Church Cemetery in Prairieville. An online note said that Old Prairieville Cemetery was also once referred to as the Methodist Church Cemetery.
Searching for that record (I can't find it now) I found someone else buried in Old Prairieville. It is the adoptive mother of the child buried there--Elizabeth Harding. There are family records online that say Sarah is buried there (#137924646). I included the website as a source. Who knows what records exist that will reveal those whose stones no longer are above ground??
I just restored an old cemetery in Richmond, IN. Actually, I was the researcher who worked with the township trustee who hired the restoration work. The process at Old Prairieville sounds very similar to what we did. It was a marvelous, mystical experience--very sacred work.
Oh brother, I need to get my ducks in a row. Bob, would you please put your photo on Charles Wesley Embury's profile? It is a much better photo than the one that is there.
Oops, I meant to ask if you wouldn't mind removing the gravestone photo from his profile. I'm guessing that Charles Russell Embury no longer, if ever, has a memorial or else you would have created the profile. When I found the information and photo of him I discovered he was buried there.
Thank you for the transfer, Bob. I'm sorry for the confusion. While Charles Russell Embury is a distant relative of mine, I just happened across his photo and some great information. Thank you again for allowing me to play around with it and for finding that part of the Embury clan.
|Jane A||RE: Photo of Clarence W. Phillips|
Did I tell you that I'm related to all 11 of those folks? Great-grandparents, grandparents, and aunt and uncles. It's nice they are all buried together. Jane
Added by Jane A on Oct 23, 2014 11:55 AM
|John S. Sims||Thanks|
Although you were not successful in providing a photo, I appreciate your efforts to find the plot for Edward Kuehn.
|Sara Rainsdon||RE: George Woytcke|
Thank you for the pictures! I appreciate your hard work in finding them.
|Jenn Carter||hi, Bob!|
I am also in the Roseville, and we went looking for Ralph Winiecke today. his grave isn't where it is supposed to be, but the very nice man from Roselawn said he was going to figure it out Monday, and I am going back then to uncover some graves in the Baby Cemetery that are overgrown. I am VERY new to this (Ralph is my first one) so I am excited to get started!
|Nancy Stout||RE: Colville Graves|
Oh, I already removed the request but will add it again. Thanks for your help!
|Nancy Stout||Colville Graves|
It surprises me that David, his wife and mother had no headstones! They were quite prominent and well off. I got the plot locations from the Oakland Cemetery, so I know they are there; sad that they are unmarked. But thank you very much for looking; I really appreciate it!
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