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Mark Vernon (#47102350)
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Bio Photo I would be more than happy to transfer most of my entries on findagrave, with the exception of my direct ancestors.

My ancestral surnames are:

(Paternal) Vernon, Singleton, Jones, Breeden, Hunter, Jennett, Scott, Rowden, Wyatt, Williams, Kyle, Deupree, Tyree, Atchley, Harper, Frost, Marks, Portwood, Standiford, Blanton, Jager, Bowman, McCargo, Sullivant, Radford.

(Maternal) Selak, Scaman, Henry, Kinney, Sullivan, Harvey, Smith, Summers, Agar, Butler, Breen, White, Hisey, Sanderson, Russell, Chessell, Hadden, Bird, Richmond, Dawthett, Herrick.
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Diane Payne
Best Job!!!
Mark,
You do excellent work for Find A Grave!!!!

Diane
Added by Diane Payne on Sep 16, 2014 4:39 PM
Lady Nic
RE: BOLLES CEMETERY
Thanks Mark! I tried a test print of both photos and they came out okay as 3 x 5's and that's probably large enough for the book. I'll let you know, tho, if we would need a better scan. Thanks again. Lois
Added by Lady Nic on Sep 11, 2014 4:26 PM
Lady Nic
BOLLES CEMETERY
Hello again, Mark. There is a book being compiled for the Bolles Cemetery (Lebanon MO) and the publishers would like to include as many photos as possible. Would you consider granting them permission to use one or both of the photos you have posted for Joseph F. Breeden and his wife Ruth Martha? You'll be given credit for the photos. Thanks!
Added by Lady Nic on Sep 11, 2014 7:58 AM
Mr. Jean Coston
John Emiel Lyback
Dear Mark
I have the same obit that the obit came from the
"Kent Journal, Thur. Oct. 19, 1916"
Also that John was first paced in the O'Brian
Methodist Cemetery per the obit. Then he was
placed in the Saar Cemetery as a request of his
mother Lena. After this he was moved to the Hillcrest Burial Park above the city of Kent.
Jean Coston
PS: the Hillcrest Burial Park is a IOOF cemetery.
Jean
Member of IOOF Lodge #305 Des Moines, WA
Added by Mr. Jean Coston on Sep 06, 2014 8:30 PM
Bitsybee
Photo for Hannah Wedin
Hi Mark, I was unable to find a marker for Hannah Wedin's grave. According to the Maple Hill Cemetery, Hibbing, MN database she is buried in Block4-8-5 e1/2. I searched for 15 minutes, but could not find a marker for her.
Added by Bitsybee on Aug 31, 2014 7:12 PM
Kara Foster
Roy Bates
Just wanted to let you know there is contradictory info in his page. The info for his page says he was born in 1881 but in the pic of his headstone it says he was born in 1880. Which one is correct?
Added by Kara Foster on Aug 25, 2014 10:06 PM
Mr. Jean Coston
RE: James McCollough
Mark
U R very welcome
Jean
Added by Mr. Jean Coston on Aug 08, 2014 8:17 PM
Mr. Jean Coston
James McCollough
Dear Mark
I have a copy of the oit that you have used
in the James McCollough memorial.
In the first line of the second paragraph,
Please add the city of his birth, Halifax.
Thank you,
Jean
Added by Mr. Jean Coston on Aug 07, 2014 11:24 PM
Sherry
RE: Alonzo/Lonzo thanks
Thank you for making note of the changes. Going by Lonzo is probably why I had a hard time finding him!

Sherry :)
Added by Sherry on Aug 05, 2014 5:12 PM
Patricia Cook-Bosnell
RE: Canton Cemetery
you're very welcome Mark,
It is a lovely cememtery with really old stones.
I'll try to get back out there in the next couple of weeks to take one of the busted up stone. I also thought I could try the Port Hope library to see whats listed there in the Family History room I don't drive so my husband who is retired now takes me all over the countryside to take photos..I'll have to get him an Xlarge Tim Hortons ! :) could be worse, I could be going to the malls right?
I noticed you have a few requests for Union Cemetery and a couple of others in Port hope. they are quite large cemeteries for our area but I will attempt to get those in the next month or so.
Tricia
Added by Patricia Cook-Bosnell on Aug 04, 2014 4:38 PM
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