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Cheryl (#47178206)
 member for 6 years, 11 months, 15 days
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Ashley Ratliff
RE: The Kirby family of Nevada County, Arkansas
Your very welcome

Added by Ashley Ratliff on Jul 02, 2016 12:48 PM

Judith A. Churchill
RE: Catherine Kline Gearhart
This is managed by
Created by: Tammy Clark
Record added: Aug 23, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21099070

Abraham Kline and Charity

Added by Judith A. Churchill on Apr 19, 2016 11:40 AM

Team Albrecht girls
RE: Picture of Emily Steele Darling's tombstone
You are so welcome ~ thank you for the kinds words ~ we love walking the graves ~ it's so peaceful out there ❤️

Added by Team Albrecht girls on Apr 16, 2016 3:26 PM

Paul Mack
RE: Regarding one more sibling
Susannah's mother is listed in the "Father" field and her father is listed in the "Mother" field. I put in a request to reverse those and I think it will fix the problem.

Paul

Added by Paul Mack on Apr 01, 2016 7:49 AM

Gerald Makosky
RE: 72656056
This is fine Cheryl. Enjoy your visit...

Added by Gerald Makosky on Feb 08, 2016 1:33 PM

Gerald Makosky
72656056
Hi Cheryl. This is trivial, but could you change the cemetery placard picture classification over to that for a grave plot? Thanks.

Added by Gerald Makosky on Dec 26, 2015 10:35 AM

E. M.
RE: Mary Kline Lemon
You're welcome! I must have gotten lucky that day. More often than not the older stones are so hard to read. Happy holidays to you and yours. -E.M.

Added by E. M. on Nov 18, 2015 3:29 PM

Judy Johnson
RE: Charlotte Colbert
I'm happy you enjoyed the photo. I had to chuckle about my nice camera phone. I'm of the old generation that has a basic flip phone and my camera is a basic Kodak point and snap. I just enjoy the basics in life, nothing fancy for me. I just accidently found this site a few months ago and I love to help people with their researches.

Enjoy the day!

Judy

Added by Judy Johnson on Nov 15, 2015 8:35 AM

Graveyard Walker
RE: John Dwain Vance
Oh yes, thank you for wanting to share your information on his memorial. I will be glad to post your very "typical" boy story.

Added by Graveyard Walker on Sep 29, 2015 5:08 PM

Bobbie Estes Hall
Mount Vernon Memorial Estates
I was just at the cemetery....I will be happy to go back to look for your photo, if your still in need of it...would you have any information as to what section or plot # your person is located in...this cemeteries records are not on computer so all look ups are done by hand. Took about 30 minutes this morning to find the information for one marker I was looking for.
Sad thing was when I got home to send it to the person who requested it I saw it was posted a couple of years ago...hence I don't know why I got a request on something that's already there.

Added by Bobbie Estes Hall on Sep 26, 2015 10:51 AM

jerry king
williams
Hi Would you have any info. on a Ruben Williams from Mercer co. IL. B.abt 1825 N.Y. married Mary Bishop

Added by jerry king on Sep 18, 2015 8:13 AM

Mike
RE: Vernon Gregory
That's a good story. Note the photos of Wirtz and Waddell, which seem to be related to Vernon.

Added by Mike on Sep 11, 2015 8:57 PM

Suzanne A
RE: Government marker vs GAR
That's what I thought, but I wasn't sure. I was talking about these recently with an owner of a monument company. The old GAR markers are bronze and are stolen all the time -- you can see them for sale for $300 and up. Buying one of these would just encourage more theft. My friend says they now make them in plastic that looks like the aged bronze. Even if your marker hadn't been stolen, it would probably be wise to replace it with plastic. I haven't seen these yet but he offered me all I want for free. Why don't I get one and send it to you? I don't know if they still make them in bronze, but I wouldn't put a bronze one out there if they did. If you want to send me your address, email me at suzantip@yahoo.com

Added by Suzanne A on Sep 05, 2015 6:26 PM

Suzanne A
RE: Government marker vs GAR
That's what I thought, but I wasn't sure. I was talking about these recently with an owner of a monument company. The old GAR markers are bronze and are stolen all the time -- you can see them for sale for $300 and up. Buying one of these would just encourage more theft. My friend says they now make them in plastic that looks like the aged bronze. Even if your marker hadn't been stolen, it would probably be wise to replace it with plastic. I haven't seen these yet but he offered me all I want for free. Why don't I get one and send it to you? I don't know if they still make them in bronze, but I wouldn't put a bronze one out there if they did. If you want to send me your address, email me at suzantip@yahoo.com

Added by Suzanne A on Sep 05, 2015 6:25 PM

Suzanne A
RE: Regarding Civil War Markers
Hi! Do you mean the GAR star or the government marble tombstone?
Suzanne

Added by Suzanne A on Sep 05, 2015 2:20 PM

Lois Bopp Retherford
RE: Alice Lewis Bieri
I stopped by the Buffalo Prairie cemetery tonight on my way home and got a photo of their stone next to Merle Lewis stone. Also looked down and saw a military stone for Merle Lewis that could easily sod over in a year or two. I am happy to share any of the photos with you.

Added by Lois Bopp Retherford on Jul 29, 2015 9:28 PM

David
RE: Frank Butler
Hi
Thanx for your interest. I am a family member. One Frank Butler died in Fla. I have all their obits. I will check them all. Im very careful about my research and appreciate any one pointing out errors. I will recheck everything.
Thanx again.

Added by David on Jul 07, 2015 7:36 AM

David
RE: Frank Butler
Hi
Could you tell me which Frank Butler you mean. There are 3 if I remember right.
Thanks

Added by David on Jul 06, 2015 4:25 PM

Teresa
RE: Cecil Swartout
Julia is buried with her first husband Cecil.

Added by Teresa on Jul 02, 2015 2:43 PM

Teresa
RE: Cecil Swartout
I did some research at our local library and found the following about Julia Swartout.

Julia Florence Spray was born October 3, 1914 in Hillsboro, IA, the daughter of Max Harry Spray and Myrtle Anna White Spray. She married Cecil Swartout on March 9, 1940. She married Neal Landess on February 21, 1957in Stockport, IA.

Buried in Vale Cemetery.

I have a copy of her obituary if you would like a copy!

Added by Teresa on Jul 02, 2015 2:15 PM

Vickie61997
RE: Oakwood Cemetery
They have a website ottawaavenuecemetery.com and their phone number is 815-433-2554. This is a HUGE cemetery but I would be more than happy to take a photo(s) if you have the location of the grave(s). Just let me know.

Added by Vickie61997 on Jun 04, 2015 1:10 PM

Vickie61997
RE: Patricia Strickland
I don't believe there was a male next to Patricia, but you could give Oakwood a call at 815-433-0313 to make sure. She is in the Garden of Prayers section but looking at the photos of the other Stricklands, it appears that they are in a different section. Sorry I can't be of more help.

Added by Vickie61997 on Jun 03, 2015 2:50 PM

GerryLynn
RE: Ottawa Ave Headstones
It's my Android phone. I take them the right way and it turns them. Cant fix it. Figured a picture is better than no picture. However, really kind of surprised you requested non-relatives with so many people waiting several years for relative postings. Luckily they were easy to find.

Added by GerryLynn on May 30, 2015 6:17 PM

Jessie Garza
RE: Henry Beauchamp
Hi, no problem! I'd be more than happy to do so. Henry and I were also close. I was the Director of the Northwest Community Action Center, a Community Action Agency, that serves the Lower Yakima Valley and OIC serves the Upper Yakima Valley.

Thanks!

Jessie Garza.

Added by Jessie Garza on May 15, 2015 11:09 AM

Jennie Shiley
RE: Penny Mitchell
You're welcome. Sorry it took so long.

Added by Jennie Shiley on Apr 28, 2015 1:36 AM

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