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Eileen Roberts (#47702000)
 member for 4 years, 9 months, 5 days
RE: Jethro Libby
My husband is very familiar with Black Point and figured the oldest part would yield very few discernible markers...unreadable since long before he was a kid; he was definitely right, Eileen...and also not surprised that there are nearly 500 Libbys there! Have lost count of the times he's related about the approximately six pioneer families who intermarried a lot, giving strangers reason to often ask if he's his double-distant cousin, Stephen King. Glad those shots were at least a little helpful to see where they are (the way-backs, not Stephen King & my husband ~ :).

Added by CryptoGram on Apr 27, 2014 7:57 AM

Don Green
RE: Hannah Bauman

You're very welcome for the photos, Eileen. Sorry I came up empty, but glad you appreciated the effort. Always happy to help out !


Added by Don Green on Feb 17, 2014 6:23 PM

Don Green
RE: Almon Bradeen

You're very welcome for the photos, Eileen. Please let me know when I need to return to photograph Almon's new headstone !


Added by Don Green on Aug 16, 2013 8:05 PM

Nathan Simmons
RE: L Wesson Hatch
I live only 1 mile away and it was easy. Take care... Nathan

Added by Nathan Simmons on Aug 08, 2012 12:26 PM

Don Green
RE: Belle McIntyre
You're welcome again, Eileen. Also added photos for James and "Beulah M McIntire Chavers", whom I guess is their daughter, based on the dates. Thanks for keeping me busy :)


Added by Don Green on Jun 30, 2012 9:24 AM

Don Green
RE: George Hatch
You're very welcome for the photos, Eileen. It's nice when the ancestor is in a direct line. Glad I could help out !


Added by Don Green on Jun 29, 2012 5:43 PM

Hatch family at Oakwood Cem
Hi Eileen,

I did a bit of research and sent you an email.


Added by LynnS on Mar 27, 2012 2:36 PM

Hatch family at Oakwood Cem

There are five visible grave markers in that plot. Two stones look similar and are side by side, those of Annie A. Hatch and Charles F. Hatch. I have added the photos to their memorials and you can click on the photos to enlarge. Olive's stone is about five feet east and Freddie's (son of Nora L. & L.W. Hatch Jnr.) is about three feet east of hers. I plan to retake the photo and will add it to his memorial page. Then next to Freddie's is a little 5"x5" stone marked "G.W.".

I plan to retake the two photos and visit the Anoka History Center next week to see if there is more information on the people in Block 8, Lot 6. I'll get back to you.


Added by LynnS on Mar 24, 2012 7:49 PM

Olive S. Hatch

You're welcome. :) As you can see, her stone fell off its pedestal years ago and I found it half covered with overgrown grass. It had been raining for several days so the grass was easy to pull back to reveal the entire stone. When I took the photo yesterday it was still pretty dirty, so after a few dry days I'll sweep it off and take another photo.


Added by LynnS on Mar 24, 2012 2:14 PM


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