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Judith Hughes (#46988870)
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Debra (Remmert) Maus
Myrick's
I know this may sound silly, but am wondering if you are related to the Myricks' of Chestnut Il. I am looking for pictures etc of their house, hatchery etc.If you have any info would love to see it or know where I can find any. Thank you.
mausdebra@hotmail.com
Added by Debra (Remmert) Maus on Jul 18, 2013 11:05 PM
Debra (Remmert) Maus
Myrick's
Added by Debra (Remmert) Maus on Jul 18, 2013 11:01 PM
Gina
RE: william lahr
Sorry for the loss of your dad.
Added by Gina on Apr 24, 2013 8:54 AM
Scott Chase
Charles E Forston
Charles Died 30 May 1944
Added by Scott Chase on Jun 01, 2012 8:14 PM
John Fisher-Green
Jean Ann Bunner # 28514972
THIRD REQUEST

Please transfer Jean Ann Bunner Memorial # 28514972 to me she is my MOTHER. She has not passed away and when she does I will take care of everything. Thank you.
Added by John Fisher-Green on Aug 16, 2011 4:43 PM
rootsfinder
Mary A. Critz Sheley
Judith, first of all thank you for listing this person and taking a photo of her gravestone, as I live in another state and it is quite a jaunt to get there to do it myself. Just thought you would like to know that "Sheley" was not her maiden name, but rather the name she took when she married Jasper Sheley, her second husband, on 6 Dec. 1894 in Logan County. Peter was her first husband, and father of her children. I assume the tombstone was already there, so when she passed, the children opted to bury her next to their father. She married Peter 21 Feb 1867 in Logan County, and her maiden name, according to the marriage license, was Hamil.
Added by rootsfinder on Aug 05, 2011 1:10 PM
L K King
Lucas Chapel Cemetery
Judith, I am sending you this message / inquire since I noticed that you posted the pictures of the cemetery / plaque / chapel.
I have been told that Caroline Richards Myers, her husband Leo W Myers and their son John are buried in Lucas Chapel but do not find them on the website. Is there someplace I could get a complete listing of the burials in this cemetery to check? I have a number of other relatives / ancestors buried in this cemetery. Hopefully one day I will be able to visit. Any guidance you might provide will much appreciated.

ms.sewnso@cox.net
Added by L K King on Sep 05, 2010 9:33 PM
Jan Miller
Doug Lahr
Judith,

I'm so glad you finally got the picture! I don't understand why I could never locate it again. You know, of course, it's going to stand out like a sore thumb the next time I drive through there. Acckkkk! Thank you for your patience and putting up with me through all this. I hope your next photo request can be filled with more ease. The heat is going to have to let up first, tho ... haven't been graving for a few weeks now!

Thanks again for letting me know!
Jan
Added by Jan Miller on Jul 26, 2010 9:59 AM
Jan Miller
RE: Doug Lahr
Judith,

That may be of some help. I was thinking Doug was further toward the front, but I'll get out there at my earliest opportunity and try it again. It would be easiest to ask our cemetery caretakers but with the decent weather they've been out mowing, etc. and are impossible to find in their office. I'll get it as soon as I can!

Jan
Added by Jan Miller on May 06, 2010 8:55 PM
Jan Miller
Doug Lahr
Judy,

This is driving me absolutely insane...I am trying to get the photo for Doug's stone, which I have been by DOZENS of times...and do you think I can find it now that someone is looking for it??? I can see it in my mind's eye but I just can't quite seem to locate it when I drive out there. I know Betty, his mother, relatively well, and that was the reason Doug's stone stuck out so well for me.

Soon, very soon! I will NOT give up!!!

Jan
Added by Jan Miller on Apr 17, 2010 11:42 PM
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