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Don Stout (#47460796)
 member for 4 years, 4 months, 17 days
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Bio Photo Retired from U.S. Postal Service living in West Des Moines, Iowa. President Old Rose Hill Cemetery Association in Mahaska County, Iowa. Website address: Recently completed an on-site review of all burials in Old Rose Hill Cemetery where a headstone could be located. I have added memorials for anyone who was not already on Findagrave as well as pictures for all headstones in the cemetery not already on the site. Will consider transfer of any memorial I manage to a closer relative. Owner of Stout/Ellsworth/Garrett/Teal family tree on You may use any of the pictures I have taken and posted to findagrave for your personal use. I would appreciate being given credit for them if you post to another web site.
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RE: Roy & Martha Karstens Photos
Sure Don, Thanks.
Added by CRob on Jul 26, 2015 9:18 AM
Clarice Courneya
RE: Jeremiah Garrett-36744569
Don, thanks for the information-I had found that also, I have found all Find A Grave except for William Thomas, Elizabeth Jane, James Allen, Charlotte and Mary "Polly" Poole.
I am helping a friend of my daughters Teri Poole in her research. I am not related either. I have found quite a few listed under Find A Grave and have been linking them to their families.
Thanks again for your help.
Clarice Courneya
Added by Clarice Courneya on Jul 17, 2015 3:08 PM
Clarice Courneya
Jeremiah Garrett-36744569
Don, do you have anymore information on Jeremiah's second wife-Elizabeth Jane Poole? I am helping Teri Poole in her research. You have indicated 1830-1893 as her dates, but do you know what cemetery she maybe buried in? Her parents were William Poole-no Find A Grave and Delilah Brown Poole-11601879.
Thanks for all your contributions to Find A Grave.
Clarice Courneya
Added by Clarice Courneya on Jul 16, 2015 3:25 PM
betty reese
RE: Mahala Cundiff Photo
You are very welcome. Glad you enjoyed it because I enjoy photographing the cemeteries.
Added by betty reese on Jul 09, 2015 12:00 PM
RE: Warren/Johnson Photos
Glad I could help. Need anymore just let me know. And you have a great weekend too.
Added by Connie on Jun 19, 2015 1:38 PM
RE: George Wymore Photo
Done, thanks for seeing that.
Added by Connie on Jun 11, 2015 11:07 PM
Laura B.
RE: Effie Kendel Photo
You're very welcome, Don! Glad I could help.
Added by Laura B. on Jun 10, 2015 10:21 AM
RE: Robert Wymore Photo Request
I had 2 requests for 2 different Robert Wymore's. They are both listed in the same row. And both of them in an area of the cemetery with very few stones. So disappointing to not find a stone you are looking for. Did I post the section and lot number?
Added by Connie on Jun 09, 2015 9:43 AM
RE: Elizabeth Waddell Photo

Thank you again for the kind words. If you ever need anything again in Knox County, Ohio, please feel free to look me up. I love going to the Library and our library has a pretty extensive collection. I can get lost in there for days!

So cool that you have adopted a cemetery and that there is so much history there. I am retired myself and I tinker with all of this and that on find a grave.I have thought about adopting a cemetery myself.

Have a great summer and feel free to hit me up with your in need of anything. Cheri
Added by Cheri on Jun 04, 2015 5:01 AM
RE: Elizabeth Waddell Photo
Hi Don,

Long story short this cemetery is deep off the beaten path on a dirt road surrounded by Amish. Well I was having a bad day Friday and I took off for a run away drive when I drive off to no where alone and regroup. Well I never say I am lost, it's called the scenic route. Three hours later of dirt roads and my mighty car compass I found my way out and stumbled across the cemetery. Well I had my iphone with me and I could not just drive by with out checking it out. I walked the cemetery and took pictures of every stone standing. Then I came home and played the matching game. When I left there I was all smiles as I had a quiet enjoyable day and got to do something I love to do. I didn't even look at the requests I just walked. Your so very welcome!
Added by Cheri on May 31, 2015 5:16 AM
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