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|Dave||Becklingen or Celle|
Anybody need any info or photos from these cemeteries then please let me know.
Added by Dave on Nov 10, 2014 12:06 PM
|Beverley||Powell River Cemetery|
Thank you for collecting and posting the grave pics for both Sherwood and Wellington Hodgins. Did you happen to notice if their wives were buried with them? I really appreciate your assistance with my research.
Added by Beverley on Oct 27, 2014 5:24 AM
Many thanks for posting the Keillar pictures - much appreciated!
Added by Adrienne on Oct 25, 2014 5:44 AM
thank you very much for taking the photo of Elsa's headstone
Thank you ever so much for the photo. It is through folks like you that makes this site so much more rewarding.
|PonemahPat||RE: Myrle Alexander|
Headstones in this area are buried pretty deep. I did find Husband Glenn J. Alexander 1892-1975. I added his memorial # 137670323. In the row was Glenn J. - Myrle - no headstone - George E. Day April 2, 1897-Sep 3, 1956 military headstone Michigan SGT GEN INF OFF TNG Sch World War I. I added picture of his stone on his memorial. I forgot to write down the memorial number but you should be able to find it easily at grandlawn. The current memorial says b.unknown d. unknown. I entered the edits but it has to be approved and accepted before they will make the corrections. On the back of the Day Alexander monument was engraved Dillon Warren. Again the headstones are buried pretty deep. If these apply to your family I will try to dig them out for you. Alexander Day is in Section 11 Lot 128
|Linda Shafto||RE: Stark photos|
Sherry, I sent you more photos via email as I could only post 3 photos for you on this site
|Irene Provost||John K. Stark monument|
A email was sent to me yesterday requesting additional photos of this monument in the Del Smith cemetery.
I tried to claim it but it wasn't listed on the cemetery request site. I'm a new volunteer so maybe I'm not seeing it.
I went to the monument and took photos and wrote the following information taken off of the monument:
John K. Stark died June 3, 1881
Age: 69 years 1 month 8 days
son of J.K. & A Stark died June 8, 1874
Age: 26 years 11 months 25 days
Margaret J. Stark
daughter of J.K. & A. Stark died March 31, 1884
Age: 47 years 10 months 10 days
wife of J.K. Stark
October 24, 1814
January 15, 1898
Smaller inscriptions where for :
Oct 18?? August 16 185?
The above dates are difficult to read but the names are well inscribed.
Hope this helps! I will try and add the photos to the site.
|Russell Wilhoit||RE: Catherine Starks|
Hi, you can not really read them, but in my records I have Charles F.. son of John & Charity Starks, 8-5-1850- 10-2-1852, and John P. son of John & Charity, 5-22-1849-- 7-26-1850, the Catherine Stark's stone also has on it wife of John Starks ,senior, hope this helps a little, the small children's stones are in pieces now, Russell
|Sharon Leque||RE: Schreiber relative|
Hi Sherry...so good to hear from you. I often wonder where all my relatives on my grandfather's side are? My grandfather was Adolph Schreiber; a son of Marie & Gustave. Both my grandfather, grandmother (Emma) and Marie are buried in the city I live in. I live in Ferndale WA in the Pacific Northwest; about 15 miles from the Canadian Boarder; under British Columbia. Where are you located? My email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org; if it is easier to respond that way. Sharon
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