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I went to Rose Hills today to look for Stephen Conklin's headstone. I located the grave but there was no headstone. I took a picture of some flowers on top of his grave. Would you like me to use that picture? So sorry.
|Will Carrick||RE: Joseph Klepper|
You're welcome. Will
|Tim Osborne||RE: Ada Armbrecht|
|LKat||Phillip Warren Clepper|
Yes, you have my permission to use the photo. Please use this line
© 2014 by LKat on Find A Grave. Used with permission.
Thank you very much for being considerate in asking if you could use the photo.
Added by LKat on Feb 12, 2015 5:16 PM
|Diane Darby||Hoffman transfer|
|Diane Darby||William Hale transfer|
Thanks so much!
|Johna Johnson Armistead||Rev Samuel Johnson|
The chalked picture of Rev Samuel Johnson's headstone looks like his middle initial is a V. I think age and weathering has eroded the N to look like a V. His middle name was Newton. He is the son of John Johnson and Celina Cosson. His wife was Dulcenia Reynolds. I added his name through the edit tab on his memorial. I just thought you might want an explanation. Thank you for all you do for Find A Grave. You are appreciated. Johna
Your listing for him posted twice.
Added by Scarlet on Jul 14, 2014 6:23 PM
|William Presley||RE: Tombstone Photo|
Presley was her maiden name - she never married the father of her children (who also took the name Presley). She only married once (at 15), but they divorced within the year and she took Presley back. For some reason, her name is spelled Cordelia Pressley on her tombstone, but she and her kids always spelled it with one 's' (the Charlie Presley in that cemetery is her son), even on her death certificate. I'll ask my grandfather what area of Wheel Cemetery she's in, because I remember him saying she was right by someone else - either right by Aunt Gladys or right by Grandpa Charlie and Grandma Lassie.
|William Presley||Tombstone Photo|
I just wanted to write you really quick to thank you for taking that picture of my aunt Gladys's tombstone.
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