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aprlambur (#46521285)
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Barry Keefer
RE: Catharine Lamm-Milton Cemetery, Northumberland Co, PA
Always glad to hear when someone finds a lost relative. I try to photograph as many old stones as possible before they disappear. It's good to keep in mind, each represents not only someone but someone that is important to others. Would you like Catharine's memorial transferred to you.

Added by Barry Keefer on Oct 07, 2015 3:56 AM

RE: Eugenia Emma Faber Lamm
I'm so glad that they are able to help you out in the cemetery office. I often stop there when I am headed down south for the winter and they helped me with finding some other family member's gravestones.

Just send me an edit if you would like care of the Lamm's memorial pages as they are not related to me.

Good luck with your genealogy,

Added by Sara on Oct 06, 2015 2:15 PM

RE: Eugenia Emma Faber Lamm
No I am sorry I don't know but it is a relatively small cemetery. I was there twice and maybe if you go to the Watsontown Municipal Building they could help you. Kathryn

Added by Kathryn on Oct 06, 2015 11:36 AM

RE: Eugenia Emma Faber Lamm
I found a survey of the cemetery done in 1999 and so inputted the burials from that. Don't know where your ancestors are is a huge cemetery. I ended up walking section by section and finally found my 2x great grandmother's gravestone..if she wasn't found in the first few sections..I would still be there!!

Here is the phone # for the Watsontown Cemetery M-F 7am-4pm. They are very nice 318 Main St Watsontown...a few minutes from the cemetery.

Good luck,

Added by Sara on Oct 06, 2015 11:22 AM

shirley ammons
the stone was not broking was it just separted maybe i will talk to someone to see if someone can restored it to its base for a company that deals with this stuff.

Added by shirley ammons on Sep 15, 2015 12:10 PM

shirley ammons
thjank you so much for theses were where their at in the old cemetery.that was the best thing that happened to me today to get theses.

Added by shirley ammons on Sep 15, 2015 12:04 PM

Lisa G.
New Hope Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery
Thank you for trying to find Rosa and Sarah J aka Sallie C Spangler's headstones. Both of their death certificates say that cemetery so it may be possible they have no marker. I don't know. I believe neither ever married. I'll leave the photo requests for now till I can research this some more but I wanted you to know I appreciate you looking.

Added by Lisa G. on Sep 10, 2015 5:02 PM

Diane Gravlee
Sinking Spring Contact
Thanks so much for the info you sent for Kerry Mull. I will get in touch with this person tomorrow. Really appreciate the prompt reply too.

Added by Diane Gravlee on Sep 08, 2015 9:19 PM

Diane Gravlee
Sinking Spring cemetery info
I see that you left a problem note on a photo request for this cemetery that indicates you may know how to find burial plots in this cemetery in Berks County. I have two couples for which I put in photo requests last June after we visited the cemetery on a trip and realized it was too big to just walk. Would you have a way to tell me where Franklin (d. 1906) and Louisa (d.1918) Masser are buried as well as William (d. 1910) and Susan (d. 1920) Ruth are buried? If you know of a contact, please send that info with name & phone/email. If you are willing, I would, of course, be more than grateful to have you take the photos as well. Thanks in advance for any help with this task.
Diane Gravlee

Added by Diane Gravlee on Sep 08, 2015 6:58 PM

Harrill marker photos
Thanks SO much! They look great! I appreciate your time and effort.


Added by MSL on Sep 04, 2015 11:23 AM

Eugene Watson
RE: James Leslir photo
I take it you are in Tennessee? I have been looking for burials in the Rutherford county. My Arthur ancestors, Zebulon Arthur and wife, Sarah. ZB died in 01 Jun 1875, and Sarah 1880.
If you know anything about how folks that died back then might have been buried, and where.
I have searched in the obvious ways via
Regards, Eugene

Added by Eugene Watson on Jul 23, 2015 9:39 AM

Eugene Watson
James Leslir photo
Just to say thank you on your Find A Grave reference to the Leslie family graves in all of Monroe County Tn. These Leslie familia members are most likely related to my wife's Leslie on Monroe Tennessee, out of Jalopy Tennessee; I think I spelled that right.
Thank you.

Added by Eugene Watson on Jul 22, 2015 10:41 AM

Jo Lynn Kruse
Thank you
Thank you very much!

Added by Jo Lynn Kruse on Jul 18, 2015 1:33 PM

RE: Burgers at Tellico Plains
Thanks again for your efforts! I guess a stone was just never made, or like you mentioned, Lucious' stone had engraving for his parents that time has erased. Although not linked yet, I am 99% sure that this Lucious is their oldest child, who matches to the 1900 census exactly. Even though he had already passed at the time of the 1910 census, his parents were living in the Tellico Plains area then, and it helps explain why William and Malissie were buried at that cemetery later. To your question about the Shearers, both William and Malissie's parents were from Cherokee County, North Carolina, and that's where they rest. William and his older brother, my great-great-grandfather, James Burger (who migrated to Arkansas), were just about the only of their siblings to not be buried in Cherokee County. Unfortunately, I haven't researched much about the Shearers past Malissie's parents since Burger is my related bloodline.

Added by TPE on Jul 17, 2015 2:59 PM

Burgers at Tellico Plains
I just wanted to say thank you for the headstone photo of Lucious Burger at Tellico Plains and for reporting the issue on his parents for whom I had a photo request. I appreciate your time and effort in trying to find theirs as well. I am over 1,000 miles away and had no idea if their plot was ever marked (their death certs confirm they are there). Thanks again!

Added by TPE on Jul 17, 2015 12:12 AM

Jeri Ferguson Jahnke
OT: CCC -- Colossal Cave Mountain Park
Just read your profile photo caption. I highly recommend a visit to the CCC-built Colossal Cave Mountain Park headquarters/cave facility and the accompanying CCC museum at the ranch house location. They are just outside Tucson in southern Arizona. Great for a winter getaway.


Also here is some info on a CCC historian writing and publishing on that area (I am not acquainted, but it looks great):

Added by Jeri Ferguson Jahnke on Jul 16, 2015 11:07 AM

Jeri Ferguson Jahnke
Ellen Graves Tate # 33740679
Thank you so much for the headstone photos of our great-great grandmother! All the best.

# 47634630

Added by Jeri Ferguson Jahnke on Jul 16, 2015 10:52 AM

Teresa Grissom
"Jack" Kirkland
Thanks so much for the posted photo. Much appreciated. Teresa

Added by Teresa Grissom on Jul 15, 2015 7:08 PM

Curt Cochran
Thanks for posting the photos of Norman and Reba Cochran's marker. I appreciate your help in recording the information on my Aunt and Uncle. Regards, Curt (in VA)

Added by Curt Cochran on Jul 10, 2015 1:42 PM

shirley ammons
thank you
i am looking foward to seeing the other hitson one that you took. where about in that cemetery was this taken . thanks you are a angel.

Added by shirley ammons on Jul 08, 2015 6:58 AM

shirley ammons
RE: thank you
would love photos of any of the hitson granes that you located around this cemetery. those are all my family .

Added by shirley ammons on Jul 02, 2015 5:41 PM

Cathy (Law) Jenkins
Gravestone pictures
Thank you for all you do in making Find A Grave a better site to collect info about our ancestors, James William & Blanche Arp!

Added by Cathy (Law) Jenkins on Jun 20, 2015 6:07 PM

Lisa Tarver
Thank you!
Thank you so much for the photo of Jim Leslie's grave site. I appreciate your work and for taking the time to do this.

God Bless,
Lisa (Leslie) Tarver

Added by Lisa Tarver on Jun 18, 2015 11:28 AM

shirley ammons
thank you
just wanted to say thank you for this one and is their plots for this cemetery that has records had are you locating them so easy.

Added by shirley ammons on Jun 17, 2015 12:58 PM

shirley ammons
thank you
They also reported, specifically:
Upon examining the HITSON plot area on 16 June 2015 found 1 Henry Hitson. Could not find this Henry Hitson. There are many grave markers/stones in the Hitson plot/section that are illegible. Will return again to conduct another search. i did not know there was a hitson plot where did you get this for. thank you for the one you did get .i know his prants was william hitson and jospehine hitson.

Added by shirley ammons on Jun 17, 2015 12:47 PM


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