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|Dave||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
Added by Dave on Feb 27, 2014 1:52 PM
|Karen Cross Proctor||RE: Alma Overton|
Thank you so much for your efforts!
|Sharon Wallen||Hedgpeth tombstones|
Thank you so much for all of the great pictures!
|Denice Kline Dirks||shoemaker photo's|
Thank you so very much!
|lilfeets33||Paso Robles District Cemetery|
Thank you so very much for taking the photos here. Your time is greatly appreciated.
|Jen Rowland Perren||Lawrence Rowland|
Thank you so much for the picture of my Great Grandfather's headstone! It means a lot to me.
Wow that was quick. Thank you so much for the photo.
Added by cindra on Aug 16, 2013 4:23 PM
|Cynthia Plahuta||RE: Richard Sommerfeld @ St. John Cemetery|
Added 3 photos today. If you'd like something else, lemme know, it's easy to drop by there. The cemetery has been going thru a long stretch of "benign neglect." The cemetery, and the church in front of it, began in the 1880s as a German Free Church for the German settlers in the area. Then it became St. John's. But in 1979, the Faith Fellowship folks bought the church and renovated it, but they have nothing to do with the cemetery. In fact, as of this year, even all signs pertaining to the cemetery have been removed. So I have no idea who now owns the cemetery or who has the records for it. This was the easiest search I've ever done. Started out walking up the hill to visit my cousins gravesites. Figured I'd use that as the starting point to go down the rows and look for Sommerfeld. Richard Sommerfeld was only maybe 15 feet away from my cousins. That was a nice stroke of luck. :)
|Cynthia Plahuta||Richard Sommerfeld @ St. John Cemetery|
I have cousins buried there & it's only about a 10 minute drive for me, so I'll stop in there at some point this week. ~~ Cyn Plahuta
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