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Kathy & Jerry Strickland (#47169054)
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I have recently been going thru each of my memorials 1 by 1.. It looks like my oldest memorial is that of

Laban Worth, 1770-1814.

Wilhelm Lochen, 1787-1867

Mary Roe.1776-1799

Mathias Tix. 1790 - 1875..

Albert Overton 1792-1870, and his brother, Nathaniel Palmer Overton.. 1801-1859
I found the following translation from Czech to English
Leden >> January
Unor >> February
Brezen >> March
Duben >> April
Kveten / Kvetna >> May
Cerven >> June
Cervenec >> July
Srpen >> August
Zari >> September
Rijen >> October
Listopad >> November
Prozinec >> December

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Christina Gullickson
Hey Folks,
Along with the photos for Christina Gullickson you will see that I have added photos to the Memorial Pages of her husband, Clarence, and her son, William.
Thanks for the requests. I hope you enjoy all of the pictures.

Added by DDM on Jul 02, 2015 6:23 PM
Ann M. Martin
Roe Cemetery
I just saw that you had 2 requests for the Roe cemetery.
I had just completed a search and photo of this cemetery last month and I did a complete walk thru of this very tiny cemetery and 95% of all the stones have been destroyed.
We actually went from stone to stone and took a photo of anything that was remotely legible and your ancestors stone request were either not there at all, or rubbed clean by sun and rain.
I have plans to go back and take a video of this cemetery so people from out of the area can see what bad condition these plots are in.
Ann Martin
Added by Ann M. Martin on Jun 05, 2015 9:02 AM

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