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Chris (#46940591)
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Big John
Wagler Grave
Hi Chris,

You have got that right on the money. The grave is very near the arrow that you drew to point 1 and I think those white spots near the point may be the stones. They may be on Amish property.

I was facing east when I took those pictures. You can get near those stones, but there is a fence between the road and the stones. They are very visible from the road. I was just driving along Trego road and noticed them from the car. I had to turn around to come back north on Trego for the photo.

Let me know what you find out.

John
Added by Big John on Feb 08, 2016 1:40 AM
Margaret Moreno
RE: Stephen Roe Hecox Walker
That's interesting....I decided to just put Stephen R. Walter as stated on the marker ....thanks for your assistance...Margaret
Added by Margaret Moreno on Feb 07, 2016 7:24 PM
Big John
Wagler grave in Labette County
I found this grave by accident while going to another cemetery. There are two stones there and the other one looks like a slab with no writing on it. It is inside a fence so I could not get to it.

The grave is between 6000 and 7000 on Trego road N. W. of Bartlett. Trego runs north and south. It is on the east side of Trego in a pasture and just north of a house. There is an Amish School or other facility on the west side of the road on farther north on Trego. The grave is very easy to see from the road if you look toward the east.

If you want this memorial I will transfer it to you and you can fix it up however you want.

John
Added by Big John on Feb 07, 2016 7:52 AM
Lisa Moore
Child of Lewis Thornbrugh
Hi Chris: My mother Alice Marie Thornbrugh French should be listed under his children. She was born March 28, 1925 and passed away January 17, 2015. If you have any questions my name is Lisa Moore and my e-mail is keegaboo2@hotmail.com. Thanks. Lisa
Added by Lisa Moore on Feb 05, 2016 10:23 PM
Margaret Moreno
RE: Stephen Roe Hecox Walker
Thanks so only put the memorials the same as the markers I'm learning...how did you notice my mistake? Curious Thanks Margaret
Added by Margaret Moreno on Feb 04, 2016 3:06 PM
Margaret Moreno
Stephen Roe Hecox Walker
Working in his memorial what did you want me to do? Are you related? Margaret
Added by Margaret Moreno on Feb 04, 2016 11:33 AM
George Cassady
location of Isaac Gruber's grave
I don't know the exact location. Sorry but the only source for the location of my gg-grandfather's grave is from Ken Mickelson, [kmickel1213@aol.com] I don't know if he still uses that eMail - last communication was abt 10 years ago. He says that Isaac was buried on the family farm in the Salt Creek Valley near Leavenworth. I don't have property records for that so don't know the exact location. . . George
Added by George Cassady on Feb 04, 2016 11:05 AM
dslcards
RE: Duplicate memorials
Thank you for your email. I will be discontinuing my assoociation with FindaGrave.
I alway search the names, surnames and maiden names if female before I post.
So, to save time, I will discontinue my membership as of today. and let others post their findings.
Best regards,
Scott Lee
Prescott, AZ
Added by dslcards on Feb 04, 2016 10:08 AM
Bonnie
more info
the picture that Pam posted on the site as Family is actually both cemeteries more of Memory than Family it's a very miss leading picture to what it looks like
Added by Bonnie on Jan 30, 2016 2:20 PM
Bonnie
Family Memorial and Memory Gardens
they are both at Low Gap side beside of each other Handley's owns Memory and another family owns Family Memorial it is Memorial when this family bought it they renamed it but the orginial family dau wrote Find A Grave and had it changed back to the old name Family Memory
Added by Bonnie on Jan 30, 2016 2:17 PM
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