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Eva Pippin Flowers (#47244686)
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Jolene Ackerman
Josie Florence Crawford Pinkston
Dear Eva,

Thank you for the kind email regarding Josie Florence Crawford Pinkston's memorial page. I will gladly transfer management to you if you are related to Josie. My daughter and I transcribed the local cemetery. So we are not related to many of the memorials we input. I gladly transfer to any relative that would like to maintain them.

Have a wonderful day.

Added by Jolene Ackerman on May 23, 2016 8:17 AM
Joseph Mann
RE: Henry, Emile, and Amelia McCabe

You're very welcome. I am glad I could have been of help.

I did include photos for everybody listed a sburied at that grave.

According to cemetery records, the following list are those buried at 46 Locust Rose Metairie:

First Middle Last Name Age Date of Burial
Louise H. De Lerno 64 11/14/1956
Child E.H. Mc Cabe sb 10/13/1936
Emile H Mc Cabe 58 12/27/1968
Henry J. Mc Cabe 77 05/20/1966
Amelia E. Mc Cabe 74 04/05/1964
Amelia B. Thompson 62 04/02/1931
Henry W. Thompson 69 06/19/1932

I hope the list gives you more information.

Added by Joseph Mann on May 23, 2016 4:59 AM
John Sutherland
RE: Rawlinson photos

I'm glad to help. I was able to get several graves photographed today. It was a good day. There are still 15 left to get in Highland, and it may take a while due to addressing problems, missing markers, etc.

Best regards,

Added by John Sutherland on May 20, 2016 10:39 PM
Beth in Colorado
You are so sweet!
You are! Thank you! :D
Added by Beth in Colorado on May 16, 2016 10:48 PM
Susan Zmrzel
Charlotte "Lottie" Kent Rohrer
Thank you for the positive feed back. I really appreciate it.

Added by Susan Zmrzel on May 16, 2016 5:34 PM
Thank you for your very nice email.
Added by Randy on May 05, 2016 2:04 PM
Karen Miller
George Moore Carter Memorial # 157972111
Dear Eva,
George Moore Carter memorial # 157972111 and wife Mary Melvena McClintock - Carter had a son Albert Cooper Carter that married Edna L. Sasse - Carter.
Edna had a previous marriage to my uncle George A. Collier whom I am trying to find research information on. My Dad was 19 years younger than my uncle and my uncle eventually lost contact with the family and as a result I don't know what happened to him. I know this is a long shot but would you happen to have any information regarding George A. Collier that was previously married to Edna L. Sasse who was married 2nd to Albert Cooper Carter. I realize that sometimes you just never know who or how information gets saved. Thanks a million. Hope to here from you.
Karen Miller
Added by Karen Miller on May 05, 2016 10:01 AM
cemetery saver
RE: Epenetus and Elizabeth Everett
I do the histories of the cemeteries I photograph. This cemetery is township owned. It has been called Leatherwood and Leatherman cemetery. There used to be a church there and it burned to the ground. The cemetery was also vandalized several times. Many of the monuments were destroyed. The township purchased a large monument for the whole cemetery and fenced it in. I cry when I see and here these stories. The township does not have any records for the cemetery, because they were lost in the fire.

The DAR transcribed this cemetery and what is on is a transcription from their records.

I could tell there were alot of burials by the topology of the ground. I took overview pics but it looks like a large fenced in field with a few monuments sticking up here and there.
I am sorry, but I wish I could have helped you more.
Added by cemetery saver on May 02, 2016 3:55 PM
RE: James, Elizabeth, and Benjamin McClintock
You're welcome, I'm glad I could find some of them. Sorry, I can make out death dates but I think only Benjamin's said his age and it's illegible.
Added by Lorena2090 on May 01, 2016 9:36 PM
Debbie J.
John Allinger
You are welcome. If you are friend or family, I'd by happy to transfer care of his memorial to you. Just let me know. Thanks. Debbie J.
Added by Debbie J. on Apr 27, 2016 8:12 AM
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