|Cheryl Henry (#47506788)|
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|I began doing a family tree in 2010. I had help from an ancestor who compiled info on our family from his arrival in the US up to 1937. However, the part of the family who stayed in New York has been hard to try to reach or find. I have photographed all of our stones in the Lincoln Township Cemetery and Arvonia cemetery. I am an early retiree due to injuries from my career as a registered nurse and a teacher. Now I have time to do the geneology and take pictures. Hope to find out more about the family who stayed in the East!|
Persons requesting photos. I do have back problems so. . . if the weather in Kansas is bad-- as in blinding snowstorms or weather above 105 degrees--at those times, I will not be going out for photos!!:) Hopefully I will have photos on file within a week of receiving the request. Anyone for whom I have taken photos are more than welcome to use these photos on any site which will allow photos that you have not taken. I see no reason for someone to have to re-take a photo. Please feel to use the photos for any of your family work. Cheryl
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|Sunflower Girl||Geraldine Bassett|
Thanks so much for your time in taking the photo!
|Becky Doan||RE: F. Ellis|
Hi Cheryl, I didn't add the photo request. I am guessing that there is no marker, though. Most of the old sections are photographed. Usually when there are photo requests, I see if I can find any info on Ancestry.com and add it. I am EVER SO SLOWLY working on that project! Thanks! Becky
I thank you for the information about potters field.
She may have been buried there because I know they did not have a lot of money.
The other two Keplars buried in the cemetery are Myrtle dod 1932 and Luther dod 1941 her son. Myrtle's husband was never buried there.
Added by Pat on Oct 23, 2014 10:19 AM
Thank you for taking the time to try and find her headstone. I checked my information and her obit stated Maplewood was where the burial took place. I will have to do some more research.
Added by Pat on Oct 21, 2014 3:37 PM
|Pat||Marilla Keplar|Added by Pat on Oct 21, 2014 3:33 PM
|Jan||RE: Robert Clark's headstone|
Becky Doan (unknown to me) created the information, and she has put the information on find-a-grave. For Vera Florence Stout Clark (birth Aug. 7, 1912, death Aug. 21, 1982) the plot is: Section E - Lot 161 - Space 4. For Lee Edwin Clark (birth Jan. 27, 1902, death Jan. 30, 1998) plot: Section E - Lot 161 - Space 4. They share the same plot. Hopefully these plot numbers are accurate as I did not get the numbers when we visited. For Robert Collier Clark, Becky has his plot as: Section 12 - Lot 29 - Space 8 at foot. All are buried at Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery in Emporia, Kansas.
Thanks for your continued help Cheryl!
Added by Jan on Oct 14, 2014 2:21 PM
|Jan||Robert Clark's headstone|
Thank you so much for trying to find and photograph the headstone for Robert Clark. My husband and I were there visiting over a month ago and found his parents, Vera and Lee Clark's grave and headstone but didn't find his. We so appreciate you trying to help find their baby son's....my cousin.
Added by Jan on Oct 10, 2014 9:46 AM
|Jerry Reiswig-82nd Airborne||Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery|
Thanks for the Grave Marker photos for Boyd and Edith Bentz.
Thanks for the photos of the headstones. I appreciate your time.
Added by Rainbow on Oct 08, 2014 6:01 PM
|Diana||Photo request Ruth Gilbert|
Added by Diana on Oct 06, 2014 7:55 PM
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