|donna gibson||Lucinda Swann memorial|
Thank you so much for taking the time to snap this photo and post it for me !!I really appreciate it !!1
Thank you (and the society) for those pictures.
|PAS||The 3 Barbers!|
Thank you so much for the photo of the 3 Barbers in Holy Ghost Cemetery. Your time is greatly appreciated! Wonderful that they're on the same stone.
Added by PAS on Nov 01, 2013 11:14 AM
Thank you for taking the photo of the marker for Catherine Grove!
Added by BHarley on Aug 27, 2013 9:28 AM
|Sally Holden Dyson||RE: Swann|
That would be Alice Swann at Oldfields Episcopal Chapel Cemetery in Hughesville, MD. Thanks again!
Sally Holden Dyson
|Sally Holden Dyson||Swann|
Thanks so much! Would you be able to photograph all the Swanns in that cemetery?? It would be a big help to this Colorado girl!!! Really appreciate your help...
|Frank C. Hawkins||Elizabeth Myer Shaeffer|
Thank you for the wonderful photos of Elizabeth's grave marker. Really appreciate your time and effort.
|Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick||RE: Dintinger|
He may very well be there and just overlooked.
|Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick||RE: Re: H J Dintinger|
Actually I was the one that told you, he did not have a stone, but now I do remember the stone, because he was in the band. I must have accidentally deleted the stone before I could put it on his memorial.
I did not go back to the cemetery to take the picture, but took it off a web site that someone took the pictures of the grave stones in that cemetery.
I did look on the data sheet for all cemeteries in Anderson County and did not see any other Dintiger listed as being buried here.
But on find a grave.com you can list a person and list as a cremation and when it is listed, look at your memorial, edit go back as put burial unknown. Then link him to his DAD.