|Stuart Weddle||Margaret Hovey|
Too bad no one cared enough to mark her grave. It always surprises me.
You cared enough to find out.
Susan, there seems to be an error on the photo for Freeda. She does have a stone along with her husband and son. Please remove photo of incorrect location. We will add the correct ones. thanks.
Added by Cara on Sep 27, 2016 11:57 AM
Hi Susan, Thank you so much for taking the time and effort to find this spot, and taking a photo, of where he is buried. I do appreciate all you done to help me out. Thank you for your work.
|Jan Robertson Lowry||Photo headstone_Robertson|
Thank you so much for this photo, and for notifying me of your success. It helped clarify some information for us!
|Vickie BYRUM Schley||Eva Summers|
Thank you for the picture of Eva's headstone. Vickie
|Vickie BYRUM Schley||Mary Summers|
Picture request made for Mary Summers.
|Vickie BYRUM Schley||RE: Andrew J. Summers|
Thank you so much for your time and effort you have done for Find A Grave. Vickie
|Vickie BYRUM Schley||Andrew J. Summers|
It was not an oversight, a pic. was not requested on Andrew J. Summers Find a Grave Memorial# 167637150. I just found his death cert. and listed him. If there is any other Summers near Andrew and his wife please take pics. of them. Sorry for the inconvenience. Thank you for your service. Vickie
|Vickie BYRUM Schley||Anna Summers|
Thank you for filling my picture request for Anna Summers. I have listed her husband Andrew J. Summers Find A Grave Memorial# 167637150, too. Vickie
|Vicki I.||RE: Elizabeth Fredricks|
Susan, thank you so much for checking out the sites. I initially got the plot info by calling the office but I didn't think to ask if their records indicated Elizabeth and Henry were husband and wife. Henry was living in the Alms House (Poor Farm) when he passed as were their two children so I guess I'm not surprised he doesn't have a stone. I am surprised Elizabeth doesn't have a stone though. This family came to Springfield from rural Nebraska in 1918 and Elizabeth died from breast cancer in 1920. My working theory is they made the move to seek treatment for her and spent any money they had for medical expenses but I have to research further to confirm.
Added by Vicki I. on Jul 17, 2016 5:51 PM
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