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|Kristina Church||Re: Radville Cemetery|
I will be back at least 1-2ce a year due to it's my fathers home town and where my grandfather is buried. I would of got more grave markings but we got rained out the 2nd of 3 days we were in Weyburn from Saskatoon. We had stopped in Davidson the first day and got a ton done to pay my respect to my grandmother who had passed on. The 2nd day was to spend all day in radville. But there is a curse on my family i swear. Every time to dare to spend an entire day in radville we get rained out. It happened again (3 times straight!!!!) I may go back in maybe September (we will see if my father would like to go back again with me) before winter and get a lot more done. We had a good 1/2hr of chatting infront of my great grandfathers headstone about not to cry for us (as it started to spit) that we have come again (this time my sister and I) and to dry their tears. It didn't happen and had a thunder storm (3rd time straight...)
My great great grandfather William Joseph Church started in radville, so a few of the family, are still buried their, though none of the family lives their anymore. The graveyard is really confusing is by no means often in straight lines. The map to go with it is a general idea but is a total mess on the ground. I will make sure to get all your requests done, if they have headstones for sure! (if i don't get rained out by my ancestors again)
|Kristina Church||A. Nelson|
Sorry! I didn't realize this when i uploaded it. As there are 2 A. Nelson either, right near eachother too. 9/39/5 and 6. As sophia is over in 9/39/2. I'll delete this and sorry about it.
|gone_fishing - unless_you_email||RE: Victor J Davis|
You are welcome. Thank you for the great acknowledgement. That helps keep us going.
|Scott Baumann||RE: Earl Robinson|
You are very welcome. I am glad I was able to find the grave for you.
|BJ||RE: Frederic Kovatch #60276366|
Sorry for the loss of your Mother...
Have deleted mine addition...
Have a suggestion....you might want to delete the "cemetery photo" from their memorials....just my opinion....just makes the memorial look better....
Added by BJ on Aug 23, 2015 7:28 AM
|gone_fishing - unless_you_email||RE: Newton F. Miles|
You are welcome. Glad we could help.
|RainbowLady777||James L Reynolds|
I saw a correction you put in for him #79126424. If you are related, I can transfer to you. I am not related at all.
|Andrea Barnes Force||Glorvina Drew|
Thank you so much for the photo of her headstone. She is a second great-grand aunt of my sons.
|Tex&Texie||RE: Photo request|
Maj. Schwyzer is the one with the horseshoe, right? We weren't sure if he loved horses, was visited with good luck, or was cavalry -- or maybe all. We were honored to be able to visit him!
|Robin Cochran||Halvor Kirkeberg|
Thank you so much for taking the time to find my ancestor, Halvor Kirkeberg's, gravestone at the West Ullensvang Cemetery. It means a great deal to me.
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