|Carolyn Sebastian (#47514354)|
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|I feel that everyone is important, whether an infant or an adult who have passed away! Each of them should be remembered and accounted for!!!That is what I am trying to do and connect each person with their families!|
I love finding info on people and am able to post them to FAG for others to find!
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|Ruth Smith||Herman Lohmeier|
hello again Carolyn: We went looking for Herman Lohmeier (1912-1993)at Cape County Memorial park Cemetery again and cannot find him. He is not in the list of burials at the Archives in Jackson and we can't get any idea of which section he might be buried in. Do you know the location? He has been on the list for a picture for over a year. Thanks for your help. Ruth
|brenda joyce||J. Golightly|
Not sure who you mean. Where did/does J. Golightly live?
|Sandra Martin||RE: Hattie Dodds - 74801949|
|Marlene Smith||RE: Ruth Smith|
Yes, I've written to Ruth Smith and she invited me to join her in Cape but she has taken on one of the oldest and largest cemeteries in our area. I declined and told her I'll stick to the smaller country cemeteries. She is doing a great job. Marlene
|Marlene Smith||RE: Mary/Marie Bleckwendt|
Hi Carolyn, Yes I'm still walking cemeteries and have moved over to the old Jackson cemetery. I moved the stone and deleted my Mary Bleckwendt memorial but I don't remember seeing her husband on that stone. When I drop by there again, I'll check the other sides of that large stone. It is very tall, old and sometimes they engrave on all four sides. As you can see it was very hard for me to read. If I find anything I'll drop you a note.
|Kathleen Fleury Bilbrey||hi|
your very welcome
|Jabruening||Message for Carolyn|
Carolyn, I am signed in and I am sending this message to you in hopes of sharing family information. Let me know that you received this. Thanks for all of your work. Julie
|Ruth Smith||RE: Emil & Emelia Sebastian|
You are very welcome - I love taking pictures at the cemeteries here in Cape Girardeau. A lot of people helped me with family members in other states. New Lorimier Cemetery is now 70% done so we will keep trying to finish by the end of the year.
You are very welcome, I make them so they are not forgotten. I am always happy to transfer to family or friends. Debbie
Added by Debbie on May 28, 2014 9:46 AM
Thank you Carolyn they are all connected. Are they your family? have a good day!
Added by Debbie on May 19, 2014 2:24 PM
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