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|Tori Ridosh||Plato Family|
I see you have been researching the Plato family. I am also researching this family. I am a descendent of Freeman Plato's daughter, Gertrude. She was my great grandmother. Please feel free to email me at email@example.com if you would like to compare trees.
|Thomas Lang||RE: Issac Plato|
I am going to go back and see if i can finish up the whole cemetery. Only about 100 total.
You were lucky though, the majority of the plots have wooden markers which are completely faded and unreadable. Issac had one of the few metal ones. Going to need a way to keep all the photos correct (with no names, it could be hard!)
F-G has only about 50 of the 100 names that are on the map that is posted, but since the F-G bio on the cemetery does not mention the map at all (and it looks rather new) I am guessing that someone found a map, made a copy and posted it in the last few years since the 50 names were added to F-G.
|Thomas Lang||Issac Plato|
What an out of the way cemetery!
It is sort of sad, it is overrun with thorny bushes and covered in leaves.
I was told that someone had brought in supplies over a year ago to clean it up and the supplies are sitting there covered in overgrowth.
A few hours with a rake, roundup and pruning sheers and the place would be very nice!
So who was Issac?
|Charlee Sain||RE: Thank you!!|
You are so very welcome. I also took photo of both plots Mary & Thomas if you'd like that too.