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scott r
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okay have added the obit. then found that there is another memorial for him 135512717. have sent a message to this person to see about combining both memorials together as the other one has the rest of the family.
Added by scott r on May 29, 2015 12:12 PM
Mike Cronk
RE: Hake Memorial

You're very welcome! As I said last time, I had originally forgotten to take my paper with me with Arthur's name. I just had the location circled on the cemetery map with the surname 'Hake'. When I went back Friday, I noticed Arthur's stone downhill from his parent's. In the future, I hope to get a more flattering photo with the early morning sun playing across the raised characters on the stone. For now, the crazy angled one I uploaded will have to suffice.

~Mike
Added by Mike Cronk on May 24, 2015 4:20 AM
Mike Cronk
RE: Hake Memorial

You are very welcome! I'm sorry I confused Albert Hake with Arthur. I didn't have my sheet with me at the time. I did notice, beside Josephine, something stone just below the surface. I did remove soil from on top and it reminded me of a concrete base. I'll look more closely next time I'm at Mount Calvary...if we ever get through this latest stint of rainy weather.

Mike
Added by Mike Cronk on May 15, 2015 3:23 AM
 

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