|Scott Chace||RE: Rachel Perry|
Guess what? I found a headstone with her name on it at Mallory's corners also. I don't know why she has two in different cemeteries.
|Scott Chace||Rachel Perry|
Your photo for headstone of Rachel Perry can be seen in Dake Cemetery, not in Mallory's Corners.
|Bobbie Valentine||Photo of Robert Barclay Binford and Deborah Ann Butler|
I am the great great granddaughter of Robert Barclay Bindford. My great grandmother was Nellie Alice Binford. I was so excited to see your picture of them. I'd love to know more where you found the photo and all about it. Are there any markings on the back?
|Carla||RE: William Winpigler Tombstone|
I did not see any indication of age on the stone. It is a standard, older military stone with writing on the front only, nothing on the back or sides.
Added by Carla on Jul 10, 2016 6:54 PM
I've posted Maggie's photos, I hope you like them. Her stone is pale & does not make high contrast with the engraving especially in deep shade. It's near the base of a huge tree. There isn't any marker on either side of her. The office lady said they didn't have any other Kleckners listed, but after thinking about it, I wonder if someone might have spelled it Clickner or Klickner, etc. I found some instances of that online. Will do a bit more checking.
|Nancy/catsaver||Maggie Kleckner request|
My photos are at a 300 resolution, 1200 pixels wide or tall depending or whether it's a horizontal or vertical photo. Would that resolution be okay with you or what would you want??? I always take a photo of the whole stone, with a close up of the inscription if it's hard to read. I also have a "backlighting" feature on my camera in case the face of the stone is in the shade & I use my photoshop program (Jasc 8.0) to make it as legible as possible.
|Bruce Speck||RE: Major Tombstone|
You're welcome. I'm glad I could assist you.
|Diane Wright||James G. & Rebecca A. Smith|
Thank you for posting the photos of James G. Smith and his wife, Rebecca A. Stanbaugh! They are my 2nd g-grandparents! Thanks you! Diane
|Tink||Re: Infants Catlin|
I found the original file...
"Infants of Elisha and Patty P. Catlin, 1st died Aug. 26, 1817 aged 3 days. The 2nd son being stillborn June 16, 1819"
Added by Tink on May 24, 2012 8:17 PM
Opps...meant "Doublecheck" :)
Added by Tink on May 24, 2012 8:06 PM
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