Taylor Graves Hello again Pam! I've posted the photos for the Taylor graves and I will email you the close-up for the James Taylor stone so that you can try to see the military information inscribed on it. When I next get to Butler, I'll try to get a single photo for Rebecca's grave. The lettering on it is difficult to read, and I thought I had a separate shot of it but don't.
Dunn and Taylor Graves, North Cemetery, Butler PA Hello Pam! I got photos for you today for the Charles and Mary Dunn graves. They are noted on the cemetery map as being Lot 14, Old Cemetery. In fact, they are directly in front of the cemetery office building. And the Dunns are buried beside James Taylor, whose War Department-issue gravestone is to the right of theirs. I have a photo of it, if you want to post his information. Then do a photo request, let me know, and I'll post the photo. The marker with a flag indicates that he was a soldier in the Spanish American War.
I was at the Mt. Lebanon Cemetery today taking pictures. The office doesn't have Velma Brannigan in their system. If you're sure she's buried there, we need the names of anyone else who would have bought the plot or plots she is in. Any ideas?