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|OkieDokie||RE: Martha Slaton Bokchito cemetery|
Thank you for the information. Now that I know where it is I will plan a trip there to check it out. Again, thank you.
|Ash Montagu||McClure cemetery|
They probably are unmarked now. I have walked some cemeteries where crude homemade sandstone markers have crumbled to nothing. Scattered around were old temporary funeral makers rusted to rusted lumps due to flooding. The ising glass windows were no protection for ink.
Sometimes when you dig down you find markers which have fallen and are now buried.
I have read some lists compiled by the WPA during the depression listing markers in other cemeteries that are now missing.
That may have happened here.
|Sandra Burtness||Valgren Grave|
Thanks for letting me know there is no headstone for Charles Valgren.
Thanks for catching my date typo.
Added by Mark on Mar 04, 2015 5:40 AM
|Mindy Mills Nickerson||Maudie Lorene Spearman Mills|
You added photos of my Grandma. I was wondering how you had these photos and if you could give me anymore information on her?
|Betty Freeman||RE: Photo|
By looking at the cemetery I finally found a photo of the back of James Bradley's tombstone with Malinda Isabel Price Bradley's initials on it. She is listed as m. I. Bradley Find-A-Grave #[34668820. Sorry for all the confusion.
|Betty Freeman||RE: Photo|
My guess she is beside her husband James Bradley or her initials wouldn't be on the back side of his tombstone. That is why I would like a photo of the back of his tombstone. Malinda Isabel Price Bradley was born in 1840 and died in 1918.
Would like to have a photo of the back side of the tombstone. The M. I. On the other side is for his wife, Malinda's i. Price Bradley. Thank you
Uncle Eral's full name is Earl W. Brown and he died
11/02/1991 in the Durant Hospital.
Added by BDS on Jul 21, 2014 5:23 AM
|James Richards||RE: Daugherty Family Cemetery LaRue County Ky|
Hi, you are very welcome! It was one of my most challenging cemetery visits - driving down a one lane country road, getting permission, then being told to watch out for the bull, to get a stick and to be prepared to run (huh? - I am 62 yrs old!). My 200 yard journey started by sliding under an electric fence, slowly walking while trying to avoid attracting the attention of the bull, and then dromping around looking for headstones under brush and weeds. Just when I was ready to return the cows and bull discovered that I was leaving and quickly came over to say goodby! They penned me inside the cemetery fence, but I made noise by banging an old metal stick on the fence and they left. I slowly walked back and climbed under the electric fence with my eye always on the lookout for the bull. I was told I was lucky because usually the cows and bull are not easy to scare away. Well, all that said, it was kind of fun!! Sorry I didn't find more Daugherty headstones. I did see one or two old slate slabs, but they had been greatly eroded and no words were visible.
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