Sherman Purdy Hi Beverley - I saw your query on the page of a member who left 'virtual flowers' on your family member's grave. You should not expect an answer, but for your info: the member is not related. check the member's profile and the number of 'flowers' placed, and note that the image was placed on Sherman Purdy's page within moments of your creation of the memorial. If you prefer not to have random images placed on family members' memorials you maintain, you can ask the site management to remove them. Hope that helps.
RE: Anton Hall & Cynthia Verlene Purdy Thanks for your email. My husband is related to the Hall family through Anton's father Peter Hall's sister Helen Anderson Hall Hagen. We'd like to learn more about the Purdy family. We have the Hall family on Ancestry.com. My email is email@example.com I can send you an invitation to view our Hall family. Mary
RE: Clarence Nope. Truth be told I'm not related to anyone buried in the Moore Cemetery. The funny (and sad) part of it is that having lived in Wahpeton my whole life I've driven on highway 13 at least two zillion times and up until last year I didn't even know it existed. I have known the caretaker literally my whole life. She taught here in Wahpeton so, of course, we all know her. Knowing that I'm a volunteer photographer for Find A Grave she approached me and asked that I chronical the whole cemetery. It was a blast. As best I can remember even though it's a small cemetery it took me four trips to get everyone photographed. As you can see in the photos it was fall which, of course, is such a beautiful time of the year. So there you have it. Thank you so much for the interest and your kind words. As I always say.....the pleasure was all mine.
RE: Purdy in Dresden Cemetery Hi Bev, I was driving through Dresden Cemetery and suddenly saw a Purdy grave. Clayton Purdy 1914-1974. Memorial #156357421. There are three more people in the same plot. Cecilia (1914-1966), Nehemiah (1887-1962), and Roland J. (1942-1970). Have a look! I don't know if you're also looking for "Purdie" but I found some of those as well and will be adding them to the Dresden Cemetery page.