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Sharon Leon (#47475317)
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Bio Photo While posting my family tree, I've also set up some memorials for people who aren't in my family. If you find a relative among them and want a transfer, please let me know. I think family members usually do the best job of tending to the memorials.

I'm in Washington state.
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RE: Hester
I know it was in the old section. I'm thinking more towards the road. I took that pic last fall on a trip there with my son who was wanting to leave the whole time. lol So I'm not 100% positive. I will discuss it with Penny when I see her tomorrow. ;)
Added by MissT on Sep 22, 2014 3:28 PM
RE: Hester Wolf headstone
You're very welcome. I have a few more pics to go through that I'm trying to edit and clean up. Yes, the transcripts sure do help. ;)
Added by MissT on Sep 21, 2014 2:19 PM
RE: Catherine Agnes (Sheehan) Murtha
Well are we having fun yet.. I just took your Catherine and her parents and started a branch from there.. See what sort of records I can find. And see if I can get my Sheeham's going. .
Added by Gail-Easter-Moore-Dresser on Sep 21, 2014 7:18 AM
Gerry Jean
RE: William R. Powell headstone
I searched and a couple of other sites for that middle name ..... no luck.
Added by Gerry Jean on Sep 14, 2014 8:28 PM
Gerry Jean
RE: William R. Powell headstone
Give a shout if I can do research around S.F.
Added by Gerry Jean on Sep 14, 2014 5:54 PM
Gerry Jean
RE: William R. Powell headstone
Did you click on the photo to read my text explaining the photo? Row 65 in section L2 (the entire row) is devoid of any markers, as shown in the photo and is reserved for indigents. If you go to (the Holy Cross data base) and enter L2 (section) and 65 (row), you'll get 6 pages of names that are buried in that indigent row. I put the flowers there because the marker in row 64 is grave 55, the same as William's. If you need help with, let me know .... be glad to help you!
Added by Gerry Jean on Sep 14, 2014 1:20 PM
RE: Arvilla Skivers marker
That's just a planter. I took that picture last fall. The sexton there told me that she was buried on that lot.
Added by Jim on Sep 03, 2014 10:40 AM
Don't send me anymore edits or messages through the Suggest A Corrections.
Added by Dave on Aug 29, 2014 8:47 PM
RE: Gordon children headstones
You are welcome - this cemetery appears to be maintained by the US Forestry Service so the headstones wont be buried anytime soon but will continue to erode since they have fallen and are now flat on the ground. If you click on the picture, I put the inscription in the caption for the one's you couldn't read. Hope this helps - Take Care, Jim
Added by Jim on Aug 15, 2014 8:25 AM
Patricia Harrison Armstrong
RE: Philip & Annie Mischkot headstone
Sharon, you are quite welcome. Best wishes as you continue your family research. As for picking dandelions, my grandmother and mom would go up into the mountains of NW Arkansas to pick wild greens with names like "mouse's ear" which I understand googling it is chickweed. Part of the family history!
Added by Patricia Harrison Armstro... on Aug 13, 2014 6:20 PM
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