Charles does not have a marker. the Courtright Monument is in the Lot in front the Lot Charles in in.
Added by Patty on May 14, 2015 4:46 PM
|DebL||RE: Leslie Howard Evans MD|
You're welcome. I'll try to get a shot of the headstone when (IF) things green up around here, and the hydrangeas behind the headstone are blooming. Will let you know if that happens. best regards -Deb
Added by DebL on Apr 24, 2015 11:23 AM
|Linda||RE: Relief Brown|
You're are very welcome!
Added by Linda on Jul 07, 2014 4:21 AM
You're very welcome, I'm happy to help.
Added by Jessica on Jun 24, 2014 6:01 PM
|Leana Rosentrater||James Tefft White and Martha White|
Christy, I ran back into town tonight (took the grandkids for ice-cream) and took a picture of all the tombstones together and uploaded it to Martha and James both for you. They are buried side by side just like they should be. Leana
|Steve Scully||RE: Donald Peterson|
Christy, you are more than welcome....
|rosemary lee||Anna Mae Davis|
Thank you so much I really appreciate your help.
|April K||RE: Electra Brandon Palmer|
You're welcome! Glad I could help :)
Added by April K on Mar 31, 2014 6:19 PM
|Sandra Lennox||Photo request, Chiltonville Cemetery|
I noticed that you have a photo request for
Elizabeth Cooke, Chiltonville cemetery, Plymouth,
MA. The first burial at Chiltonville was in
1729, Elizabeth died 1687. There is no gravestone
or burial record for Elizabeth Cooke in any of
the Plymouth, MA cemeteries. I have notified the
manager of the memorial asked her to remove
Elizabeth from Chiltonville cemetery. She should
probably be in "burial unknown," she is not in
any Plymouth cemetery.
Sorry I cannot help you out with a photo.
|GraveHunter||RE: Lydia Brandon|
I know the Green Castle (old section) has had every marked photographed and posted to Find a Grave.
I went over there last year to try and fill some requests and it was so over grown I was socked, couldn't even walk in it.
I did some checking around and found that the last time it was cleaned up I think in 2012 they went in and photographed all the head stones then went to the Wright State University . library to get the cemetery records and made memorials for them on Find a Grave.
Hope this helps you.
Here's the story from last years clean up
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