RE: Thank you When I first photographed George Everard's stone, MY thought was that it was a fitting tribute to a well respected blacksmith-beautiful iron work-and perhaps his own-particularly the fence, since the women passed before he did. I was so heartsick to see that it had been vandalized-unfortunately this is happening more frequently, and always old stones with no family left to repair them. Tragic. George is in the middle,Anna on his left, Minnie on his right.
Hi Sharon, Your very welcome. I enjoy transferring memorials to their family members when I am not related. I went to Mary Ann Sneck's memorial and I saw the wonderful tombstone pictures & bio for her; you did a wonderful job. You take great pictures. Rose