|Sharon Versluis-Butcher (#47039776)|
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|Rachel's mom||RE: Amelia Schreiner|
It may be correct. It may be one that is broken that I couldn't read because the writing was face down. Or, it could be one where the writing is worn off. Most of the stones in the section were at least 100 years old and they were not well maintained.
|StoneMiller, a RealMcCloy||Beryl Botdorf|
Transferring to you. Let me know if you have trouble correcting it.
|Lela Parris Koch||Gerkey|
This is not my family. I have transferred them to you hoping you can add more information about them.
If there are others in this family you want ...... just ask.
|Neil Rutman||from Neil|
I saw your page on Abraham Ludwig of Mercer County. I may have some new information onhis parents that you would be interested in.
|Jill and Ron||RE: David Sampsel 100066693|
Information came from the cemetery records, it states that the burial location is unknown.
It lists his parents as James and Mariah Metcalf.
|Kathie||RE: Opal Smith|
I am SO sorry I am working on getting it rotated....
Added by Kathie on Dec 29, 2013 4:53 PM
Hi Sharon, I found a marker for Orville Pershins within the cemetery. I've unfortunately lost the grave marker photos a took when my computer crashed a while back, but I know there are findagravers actively reading the cemetery and adding photos daily. Perhaps you could place a photo request, if you have not already done so. Take care.
Added by Ann on Dec 11, 2013 12:41 PM
|Grave Maven||You are very welcome!|
I didn't even notice the request. I just uploaded the photos for Lonzo Leckie, too.
|John I. Snouffer||Alexander Dobbs|
Sharon, Please read the remarks I have posted for Alexander Dobbs's grave (2 pics) ..... and I have 2 more pics of Daisy and Bert.
|John Mairs||RE: Infant Gerkey baby|
I am going to try to get a few rubbings from some of the stones that have a faint trace of script still left. If I find anything with the Gerkey Family name on it, I will let you know.
You wouldn't happen to know what part of the cemetery the child is buried in, would you?
Also, there is a Brethren Church just up the road from the cemetery. They might have good enough records to get us close to the right spot.
Overall, the cemetery is in remarkably good shape, at least compared to other cemeteries of that age that I have seen. Still, there are several family plots where all of the stones have been worn completely blank from time.
If you are able to get any more information about Infant Gerkey, I will be happy to continue the search.
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