|John Mark Lambertson (#47085406)|
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I started doing genealogical research when I was eleven years old in 1968-- nearly fifty years ago. My interest in cemeteries and tombstones grew out of that passion for family history and I now have images I have taken of over 1,600 beautiful, interesting, famous, and humorous tombstones from all over the world. I give programs using those collections of photographs. Today, I live in Westminster, Colorado.|
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|Anne ||RE: Polly Caswell|
John, you are more than welcome. I do not see one for her husband there, just their daughter. I had photographed the cemetery a year or so ago. It is not impossible to think I missed it, but there is certainly no marker in the area of wife and daughter.
Added by Anne on Oct 22, 2016 1:13 PM
|Dolores J. Rush||Rev. Isaac McCoy|
Thank you, I will do that.
|Shirley Mitchell||RE: Alden Caswell|
Sorry but I am not related to the Caswells. I'm not even sure how I ended up doing Alden's memorial except that I must have been researching a Caswell or someone linked to a Caswell. I have this obsessive compulsion that I have to try to find everyone in the branch, in case someone is looking for them. lol
|Joseph Mann||RE: Homer A. Johnson|
You're very welcome. I am glad I could have been of help.
There are three people buried in that grave, none have the same surname.
Its interesting to hear about how he ran around on the platform during the Presidential Inauguration. Boys will be boys.
|Larry Gilbert||RE: Allice Isley|
You are welcome, as I go through my piles of paper organizing the family tree, I'm certain there will be more I can add. Good to hear from you.
|C & N Rasmussen||RE: Co. K, 31st Iowa Infantry Reg.|
You are very welcome!
Hi Mark, the stones were pretty worn. I am a descendant of Samuel and Elizabeth Peake Thompson's daughter Lucinda Thompson who married Zacheus Curtis. I am going back to West coast next week. I would love to see cemetery again but next time I would need tools to clean and uncover.
If you decide to visit you turn off albany turnpike Rd 295 and turned on cotter Rd (close to East chatham) then on to Barry Lane. You drive up the driveway to the broken down barn. The road turns really rough you walk about 100 yards on the road it is on the embankment on the right. I found maybe 10 stones.
Added by Lynne on May 15, 2016 7:13 PM
|Pat Van Den Berghe||Clarence Davis|
How wonderful that a photo was found and I love the bio. I have deleted mine. Thanks for letting me know about the duplication
|joseph lilly||RE: Ronald Albert Averyt|
Thanks John. Thats a big help. Joe Lilly
|joseph lilly||Ronald Albert Averyt|
John: In the Highland Cemetery, Franklin County, Kansas, you have posted the obit of Dr. Ronald Albert "Ronnie" Averyt. I am trying to determine if this is the son of Milton Wren Averyt and the grandson of George Hartwell Averyt and Willie Mae (Cook) Averyt. Thanks Joe Lilly
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