RE: Odis McDuffie Shelton marker And your message has made me happy! I'm so glad that there was a marker to find all these years later. Roselawn is a beautiful, old cemetery and the folks there are very helpful.
Engstrom family I don't see a Belle Engstrom in Lakewood's website. You can search it on-line (lakewoodcemetery.com). Nor does her name appear on the death certificate index on the Minnesota Historical Society's website(http://search.mnhs.org/index.php?&collection=mn_mhs-dcideath index). Could she be recorded under another name? There are several "Baby Girl Engstrom" entries, so if you know a date or place, you might be able to identify her.
RE: L J Stockwell I created the memorial based on a cemetery index at the Quincy Public Library, but it does have some errors. Woodland Cemetery has recently suffered severe wind damage, and has had limited access while downed trees are cleared. As soon as possible, I will upload a photo of the stone and hopefully we'll have more info from it.
Edward Reid @ Box Hill Hi, have taken a photo of Edward Reid's grave. There is no headstone as he is buried in the Public section, but l was able to locate exactly where he was and took a photo for you. Cheers, Sue
RE: Mary Anna Holtgreven marker You are very welcome. Glad to help. Near by in same section, there was also Frank and Clara Holtgreven (not sure of the relation, if any) but I did photograph those as well and added them here.
RE: Richard B Castle The administration office double checked for me, and it seems that both Richard "B" Castle and Richard "P" Castle are in the same grave, even though the marker has not been changed. I assume they must be related?
RE: Richard B Castle This is so strange. What are the chances that two unrelated Richard Castle's would be in the same cemetery. The plot address that was on Find A Grave's memorial is where Richard P. Castle is. I am planning on going back (probably tomorrow after work) to get find out where Richard "B" is. Now I have to figure out how to delete the incorrect photo.