|Leona Henderson||RE: Curtis Flewellen|
Don, I was happy to find and photograph Curtis Trenchard Flewellen's marker for you. What an interesting middle name he had...
|Graveyard Stomper||RE: BARBARA SPARKS|
You're welcome, it was my pleasure. I'm always sadden myself when there is no stone/plaque there, but at least it was marked.
|Lawrence E. Smith||re: Gordon Saas|
Phoenix Memorial just called me back again. Their information shows a direct cremation with no burial for Gordon Saas. He is not buried there. If he was a veteran, you may want to try the National Veterans cemetery in Phoenix.
|Lawrence E. Smith||Gordon Saas|
Are you sure that Gordon Saas is buried at Phoenix Memorial? They have no such name on their files. I will go out their again on Sunday to recheck.
|B. Charette||RE: H. Daniel Lowrey Headstone Photo|
First and foremost - thank you for your service. I must apologize. There were over 50 requests in this cemetery and I took a lot of pictures. I forgot to upload Mr. Lowery's military marker. If you go back to his page it is now there. Brian
|Leona Henderson||RE: CLYDE C. FARRIS HEADSTONE PHOTO|
I am happy I was able to fulfill your photo request. Please use the photos as you wish. Take care
|Jimmy||George Harvey Parks|
I fulfilled your photo request for George. I took this photo 3 years ago but did not post it because I had to use chalk to read it. The cemetery is back a ways into thick woods with no sunlight. The engraving is not deep, so it was impossible to read. I hope this is an acceptable photo. If not I will try to get one without the chalk.
Added by Jimmy on Jun 03, 2015 8:58 AM
|Bill West||RE: Sarah Alden Lapham|
My pleasure. It's on of the easier headstones to decipher among the older ones there. Lot of algae and lichen on the older ones.
|Bobby||RE: Catchings Headstone Photo|
you are very welcome
Added by Bobby on Apr 19, 2015 11:02 PM
|steamboat willie||RE: J.C. BARKSDALE HEADSTONE PHOTO|
You are very welcome . . . Glad we were able to help.
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