|Brenda Ashley||RE: Orr / Eckert|
Your very welcome
|PiperJd||RE: Forrest / Bowerman|
Your welcome Beverley :)
Added by PiperJd on Oct 18, 2015 9:08 AM
|phil miller||RE: Fraser|
Beverley, you are most welcome. It is a pleasure to be able to do so. All the best. phil
|PiperJd||RE: Exeter and Crediton|
Your welcome Beverley.
Added by PiperJd on Oct 06, 2015 9:26 AM
|Sherry and Allen Spinner||RE: Hodgin|
You are welcome. It was our pleasure!
I am so glad to have been able to help you Beverley, I am not done yet, I have a few more photos but they didn't turn out good. I will be going back to retake them, Hopefully within the coming weeks. :)
Added by PiperJd on Sep 11, 2015 8:31 AM
|Sue Tanner||RE: Greenwood|
They likely do have markers, do not know for sure since markers were not specifically mentioned back when they died. Nowadays they are. My apologies, Sue
|Paula Hunt||RE: Clifford Hodgins|
You are welcome for the photo. I would account for human error. Probably from the original paper work. I am trying to transcribe another cemetery right now and making out the handwriting is very challenging. So perhaps, the person who transcribed Prairie Rest had the same problem.
This cemetery is literally in the middle of a farmers field. I was totally thinking my GPS was taking me into trouble. It is well maintained for being a pioneer cemetery in this part of the country.
There is a sign at Mount Hope cemetery that has the names of all the people buried at Prairie Rest. I have submitted the photo to Find A Grave and I am waiting on acceptance of the photo. You could take a look at that in a couple of days but the photo reads Clifford Hodgers. I can see an e and r being mixed up with a i and an n if the image was not clear.
Well anyways, you are welcome for the photo.
|PiperJd||RE: St Patrick's|
You're very welcome, I am glad to have helped you out.
Added by PiperJd on Aug 14, 2015 9:14 AM
|Chris Wood||RE: Forest lawn|
You're welcome. Glad I can help.
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