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|Flowers please for my Daddy, he passed 29 May 2014. Thank you to all who left the messages and flowers.|
I will be managing only my relatives memorials. I am not able to take care of my findagrave memorials and I have turned them over to Linda to manage for me. I hope to return one day.
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Angels 3~Mike,B..., Denise1024, Grandma Sherry, James Stewart, Joyce Vaughan, Kathleen Fleury..., Linda ~ In Lovi..., LOTS OF LOVE PE..., Norma Jean Herr..., Patricia Langle..., Rhonda Sue
..., Sent with love~..., Tammie Gunter
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|Josh Richard||RE Harold Jr. & Harold III|
Sorry for your loss, Shawna
I was browsing through Find A Grave & your brother's page, then your father's. so sorry for your losses. To read that the murderer got a small time in jail is a huge travesty. Stories like this is the reason why I think our judicial system is screwed. My 10 year-old sister was hit by a truck & killed by a drug addict, but the police failed to test him for drugs. I don't wish death on anyone, but I hope karma gives these people that get away with murder, a kick in the butt!
Shawna, Thank you for the my family transfers and thank you for all of your Find A Grave contributions!
Barry C. K. Moravek
ISAAC CUMMINGS FAMILY ASSOCIATION (Established 1991).
Added by Barrymor on Oct 22, 2015 10:13 AM
|Valice Raffi||Henry and Laura Link|
May I copy your photograph of Henry and Laura Link's gravestone? Of course, I would credit you for your work.
Thank you so much for the transfer....I will add everything I can find!!1
Added by Katie on Aug 11, 2015 5:29 AM
thanks visit my brother grave
thanks visit my grand father grave
|Sgt Ed Elstan||Bott|
Thank you for the transfers...Ed
|Patricia Munro Fuller||You dear Dad|
I'm very sorry for you loss Shawna. I will leave flowers for your Dad. I couldn't help but notice where he was born. I was also born at Fort Knox.
|Paul S.||Cheyney Cemetery|
It's hard to find unless you know it is there. It's located on Cheyney Road off of 926. Driving down it you will first pass on your left the new Squire Cheyney development and a road going down to a park. Keep going and up on your left will be the cemetery but high up so hard to see unless you know it is there. Across the street is the Thornbury Township municipal building. Best bet is to park there and go down the hill and up the other to get the the cemetery. That includes squeezing under a fence. There's no easy way really. There is access from adjoining College Hill Road, but it requires walking through someone's backyard and that led to trouble once so I don't suggest it. If the hill is too hard you can also go down that turn off to the park I mentioned earlier and walk across the corn field up to it.
Added by Paul S. on Jan 07, 2013 2:17 PM
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