|Melinda Gregory (#46584124)|
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|Judith Segale||RE: Hawkins|
You are most welcome. It was a lovely day to take photos. Interesting the "oddities" that crop up between the paperwork and the headstones . . . . Happy trails . . . Judith
|Sandra Brookshire Behne||Willie Haynes|
According to the cemetery records she is in the first plot next first plot next to her parents.
|Iaed||RE: Charles & Fannie Goodell|
You're welcome--I am in the process of shooting this whole cemetery (it's a big one), and posting requests as I come across them. I'll get them all posted eventually. If you want any transfers of anything I have created, I'm happy to do that.
Added by Iaed on Aug 11, 2014 9:09 AM
|Alex Roller||Eugene Hawkins|
My note with the photo request asked for an uncropped photo which shows all of the grave marker in the photo and that the photo be e-mailed to me for higher resolution. Please post a photo which shows all of the grave marker in the photo. This is very important to me; otherwise, I would not bother you.
|Don Green||RE: Howard|
You're very welcome for the photos, Melinda. I see a few of these where a couple is buried, but the second is not memorialized. Maybe that's why some engrave both names, when the first of a couple dies, and leave the date of death blank for the second. My mother-in-law hates seeing her name on a grave marker, though. Glad I could help out !
|Grave Recorder||RE: populorum|
You're welcome. Happy to be of some help. She is in Section 14. I didn't see Charles buried next to her so it's possible that he has no headstone. If you call the cemetery office (phone number is on the cemetery page) to confirm his burial location and if his grave is marked or not that would be helpful. They are extremely friendly and helpful there.
|Karla Bushway||RE: Martha Douglaas Bliss|
It was my pleasure. :)
Funny story... I knew exactly where the Hardten placement should have been but ended up searching for about 40 minutes on both sides of the lane (snapping pictures of others along the way) but not finding the Hardtens. Finally I decided to get into my car and try another location when I happened glanced out of the passenger window and there, framed by the window, was Johann/John Hardten (right next to where I had parked)!!! Silly me! :o) It turns out that the other photos I had taken filled others' requests inadvertently. So, thank you for the request and the chance to laugh at myself! I will try to capture the plot with the Hardtens on my next visit there in hopes of better lighting and more legible stones. All my best to you. Keep those requests coming! :)
Added by Alison on Jun 07, 2014 2:33 PM
Was it the correct Arthur Morey? Wasn't sure because of the Inconsistency in George Morey's dates. However, I did not see any other Morey stones in the cemetery.
Added by Judie25 on May 29, 2014 7:46 PM
|Jerry Huffman||RE: Fehr|
You are very welcome.
It looks real good!!!
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