You're very welcome, glad I could help.
Added by Sly on May 22, 2015 7:50 PM
I don't know and I cannot seem to find anything on line about it. I have lived in the area all my life and was a child in the 60's. I can remember going past St Peter's on the bus when the graveyard was still there. Through the eyes of a child it looked like the scariest most overgrown place on earth and it used to bother me having to go past it. When it all got landscaped it looked so much better but obviously there is a massive chunk of history gone. You could try writing to the church I suppose
Added by kaycee on May 02, 2015 12:36 AM
Martha thanks so much for all the information you
gave me. Appreciated it very much.
Added by fpw on Apr 08, 2015 5:46 AM
|Ross McBride Buckwalter||Find A Grave Memorial# 69482388|
Can you tell me where the maiden surname, Brownbeck, shown for this person, came from? This memorial is listed as a source for Elizabeth Buckwalter Gabel, but Buckwalter and Brownback are different families.
Can I transfer this family to you for upkeep? Lisa
Added by Lisa on Nov 30, 2014 5:28 PM
|Cameron Herrell||RE: re: Sarah E Williams gravestone photos|
Done & thanks for catching that. Ever so often that has happened to me on this website - and I only clicked 'once.'
|Cameron Herrell||RE: Sarah E Williams gravestone|
Done as you requested, and you are very welcome.
Thanks for your compliment.
|Linda Dukes||Emory Duncan|
Thank you :-)
Mable's mother and father are buried in the same lot. They are not on find a grave. Clara N. St.Clair 1861-1913 and William W. St.Clair 1856-1920.
Added by scoop on Oct 02, 2014 6:34 PM
|Brenda & Pete||RE: Davis photos and Krebs|
You're very welcome. Always happy when we can help someone with their photo requests. Fortunately the marker for the Davis family was in very good shape. So many times the older ones are not. Also, it was fortunate that this marker had not fallen over, too many in this cemetery have. It is a very hilly cemetery and in some places the hills are very steep. Some of the large heavy stones on the hills, have fallen over as they shifted and became top heavy. Happily, the marker you requested a photo of was not one of them.
Have a great day.
Brenda & Pete
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