|Dale & Patti||Hannah Lovell|
Hi Susan - I received your message on her name. Upon revisit, I totally agree with you. And overall, it's a beautiful gravestone. I have added your transcription to the memorial as well. She is not a relative of mine, so if you would like to manage the memorial, let me know and I'll be happy to transfer it to your care.
|Todd James Dean||Edits|
Hello Susan. Thanks for the great work you have done! Could you please accept your pending edits, located above on this page. I had a couple links I was excited to get finished but they won't link unless you accept them. Thanks again!
|Richard Wright||Judy Gano|
Have you learned to use the edit tab on the memorial? The functions you want to do to her memorial are available for you to use. Take a look, then decide if you need to have her memorial transferred to you.
|Susan Cota||RE: Rymal/Symes Photos|
You're very welcome. The gravestone for Ethel Rymal is located in the same plot as that for Jabez and Martha Symes. There is an empty space between her grave and theirs.
Glad I was able to help.
|Debe Clark||Re. Lewis W Morris|
Note has been made Susan. If this is family & you would like transfer, let me know.
|Thomas Skelton||Newton Owsley Brown|
I was just curious about your connection to Newton Owsley Brown, he was my grandmother, Mary Eliza Brown's younger brother. I've recently become interested in searching my family geneology and saw that you posted on Grave Finders about him.
Are you a relative of his?
You may e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Carol Lepley-Walls Tonn||RE: #39927038 Della Jane Scott Lepley|
Thanks -- the Lepley's love certain names -- especially Jacob. They are difficult at times to untangle. Carol
|Carol Lepley-Walls Tonn||#39927038 Della Jane Scott Lepley|
You identify her as the second wife of Aaron Lepley. Do you know who his first wife was?
Thanks Carol (Lepley-Walls) Tonn
|Rich H.||Evers updates at Lakeview|
Thanks for all the updates. Unfortunately, I can't update the memorial below, you would have to contact the person who created it.
Rose Evers Uhl # 41089965
Added by Rich H. on Nov 01, 2013 7:12 AM
|rds||Edward Moran St. Peter's Westernport|
I saw your request for a photo for Edward Moran's tombstone. There is no existing tombstone for Edward at St. Peter's. In fact, burial records for St. Peter's Cemetery do not begin until 1896 so there is no way to verify for certain that he is buried there. It is highly likely that he is, however, as he and his family were members there, and his children were baptized there. He died in Piedmont. There was and is no cemetery in Piedmont. Everyone who died in Piedmont was buried in Philos Cemetery in Westernport if they were Protestant or St. Peter's in Westernport if they were Catholic. I hope this helps you. I am going to send you a photo of the gate of St. Peter's that I took a few summers ago. I think it's a realy pretty picture and thought you might like to have it.
Added by rds on Nov 07, 2012 4:31 PM
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