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Debra Romaniuk (#46941702)
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Bio Photo Hi I started researching my family and made a request for a grave/headstone and had it in one day! I was impressed so now I love going out and taking pictures for others....added info...so far I have only relatives that I manage, Please feel free to contact me if were related..its so cool knowing I have cousins all over I never met! I have created a monster my Granddaughter has been doing this since she was 1yr old she's now 10 and looks forward to grave hunting when ever we get a request.....thank you find a grave!! this is wonderful You can friend me on Facebook deedee.romaniuk@facebook.com Back In San Diego County now!!!!!!

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Jon Sterling
RE: Sorry
It is a very cool cemetery. it overlooks the thames river. it's very old and many of the stones are falling apart and unreadable.. a few of them have newer stones bacold ones and some have little signs in front of them to tell youwho is buried there.
Added by Jon Sterling on Jun 23, 2015 6:54 PM
Jon Sterling
RE: Coit
you are welcome. Many of the stones in that cemetery are badly damaged and hard to read. I may try again another day when the light is better.
Added by Jon Sterling on Jun 22, 2015 12:01 PM
Vickie Bailey-Bird
RE: Overstreet
You are very welcome. I'm just happy that I could help you in connecting with your family. It gives me great pleasure knowing that I can help in this way.
Vickie
Added by Vickie Bailey-Bird on Jun 16, 2015 6:50 PM
Vickie Bailey-Bird
RE: Overstreet
Are you related to the Norma Latture who is buried at Mount Olive Cemetery in Searcy?
Added by Vickie Bailey-Bird on Jun 11, 2015 6:33 PM
Vickie Bailey-Bird
RE: Overstreet
Oh you are so very welcome. I am an active Vice President for the Daughters of the Confederacy and I love to do family research. If I can help in my area I will do what I can.

Have a Blessed Day
Vickie Bailey-Bird
Searcy, Arkansas
Added by Vickie Bailey-Bird on Jun 11, 2015 12:47 PM
Vickie Bailey-Bird
RE: Overstreet
Oh you are so very welcome. I am an active Vice President for the Daughters of the Confederacy and I love to do family research. If I can help in my area I will do what I can.

Have a Blessed Day
Vickie Bailey-Bird
Searcy, Arkansas
Added by Vickie Bailey-Bird on Jun 11, 2015 12:46 PM
news4mom
Robert Latimer
What evidence do you have that Robert Latimer has a centotaph in Beech Cemetery? He is not listed in the survey of the cemetery.

Robert Latimer, b. 1760, d. 1812, Plot: CENTOTAPH
Photo Requested by Debra Romaniuk, Mar 18, 2015
Beech Cemetery, Hendersonville, Sumner County, TN
Added by news4mom on May 31, 2015 12:13 PM
LoFamily
RE: Latture
Your so welcome! I'm glad we could find them. They happened to be the only ones we could find today.
Added by LoFamily on May 27, 2015 9:20 PM
Cathy & Thomas
Norma Slaughter
Per your request of 04-23-2015, this memorial has been transferred to you. Please contact the manager of your uncle's memorial for transfer---we do not manage that one. Best regards.
Added by Cathy & Thomas on May 16, 2015 10:06 AM
Connie Langvardt
RE: Auld Bennington
I believe the official records belong to the cemetery board. Charles Boster is the president.

There is a very complete list posted on the tool shed at the back of the cemetery.

Connie L.
Added by Connie Langvardt on Apr 20, 2015 5:31 AM
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