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Ebbie (#47986616)
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If you are researching the "Krail's" of Philadelphia, I'd love to hear from you.

Please feel free to use any photos that I have uploaded for personal use. Have a great day!
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Sister Sonya
RE: Krail Photos
Yes you may use all three photos. Thank You for asking. :)

Added by Sister Sonya on Feb 28, 2013 3:20 PM
Sister Sonya
RE: Krail
Happy to help. :)
Added by Sister Sonya on Feb 27, 2013 6:56 AM
Conservative Patriot
My understanding was a pastor decided to lay down the graves for mowing convenience. But as we know, this acclerates loss of the stones in many ways. Academy Hill in Wellsboro is a good example of grave loss accleration from lay down policies. Some graves at Charleston Cemetery in front of Broad Acres is another example is graves submarining into the grassy cover. That is what makes our photodocumentation efforts valuable.
Added by Conservative Patriot on Nov 20, 2012 3:50 PM
Conservative Patriot
Thanks for looking. I believe there is another section not too far away called Old Dartt. The problem is in the older section the stones were all laid down and naturally became swallowed in grass. Some volunteers were reported to be digging them out of grass. I am familiar with the other location you visited.
Added by Conservative Patriot on Nov 19, 2012 7:18 PM

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