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pamela west (#47015463)
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I've been doing my family's genealogy for only a few years; I am thoroughly immersed in the hobby. I have been the most grateful recipient of volunteer photos on this site, and would like to pay back the kindness I have received by helping others if I can.

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RE: John M Hunt stone

There is no stone for Ida. I went back up yesterday and hoped to poke around with my tools to see if I could uncover something but I couldn't find any sign of Ida's stone. I will try to send you all the pictures later today. Lydia's sisters (Harriet and Joann Shipman) are in spaces 3 and 6. Frances Hamilton is in space 7. The stone for Alfred is a newer Veteran's stone. Angelina is next to him in space 4. But there are no stones in space 1 where Ida should be or in space 8 (unnamed Woodworth).

Added by KKoch on Mar 31, 2015 5:32 AM
RE: John M Hunt stone
I think the pictures I took today will be better for seeing the details of John Hunt's stone.

I must apologize however, because I could not find any sign of the other relatives. I was so sure that I had seen Woodworth graves in the area but I walked the whole block and couldn't find them. In fact, the only two graves that have stones are #3 and #6 (John and Mabel).

If you want to see pictures of the whole area, I can send them to you. They probably wouldn't do much for the memorial.
Added by KKoch on Mar 20, 2015 11:21 AM
RE: John M Hunt stone
Fascinating!!! I must investigate this.

Added by KKoch on Mar 19, 2015 7:04 PM
RE: John M Hunt stone
I can't help but get addicted to every story I find connected to a stone in any cemetery. So, I have this all on an ancestry site and I wondered the same thing about Ora or Ova Bell. If she was 10 and the daughter of the Woodworths (which I believe I do remember their stones and will get pics for you) was 25, it seems unlikely that she was a Woodworth. I can't find any sign of McLaughlins in the area and the census looks vague....her name is missing the marks for the last name of Woodworth but I thought her name was Ora Belle so the census makes it sound like her last name is Bell-which I don't think is correct. I saw the Grandfather, Grandmother markings for the cemetery. Are they talking about John Jr's grandparents? I'm not sure how the Woodworths connected to the Hunts. There aren't as many stones there as there should be but I will get more pictures tomorrow.

Added by KKoch on Mar 19, 2015 3:40 PM
RE: John M Hunt stone
There are no dates on the stone unfortunately, which is a little odd but sometimes happens when they have a stone for Veterans.

I am trying to reconcile the information from the neighboring graves to make sure that I am processing the correct information on him from

I think his son was buried in California but the son's wife is buried in the family plot in this cemetery. I will continue to work on it and let you know what I find out.

The metal war decoration is set in concrete and it doesn't bend so it is hard to get a good picture. I took one before the mold and lichen were cleaned but you can't read much with that view either. White letters on white stone is hard to read. Basically, it just has JNO M Hunt, 95th Ill Infantry, Co. C.

Added by KKoch on Mar 19, 2015 12:53 PM
Dee Green
RE: Ramsdell stone
I'll be happy to transfer Mary. I always take any other family members when I do a request so I'm happy to have "found" her for you.
Added by Dee Green on Mar 18, 2015 1:22 PM
Betty L. Gonzales
Minnie A. is next to Robert B. Crum
Added by Betty L. Gonzales on Feb 09, 2015 1:13 PM
RE: Lucy Curtis stone
You are very welcome!
Added by SRGF on Jan 17, 2015 1:14 PM
Gena Bush-Broesch
RE: Woodworth and Eager photos
You are very welcome! I tried to find them all before we got cold. I will work on more this spring. :) -Gena
Added by Gena Bush-Broesch on Jan 10, 2015 11:41 AM
James Bianco
Earl & Emily Bishop
I have added a few details to both bios after a quick search through vitals & a Bishop genealogy. Let me know if you have anything to add or correct. Thanks, Jim
Added by James Bianco on Dec 02, 2014 9:55 AM
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