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Nancy Hosmer (#47300747)
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Bio Photo Amateur genealogist and photographer that enjoys cemetery stomping when the snakes are not around!

If I have added a listing and picture that is your relative, let me know and I will transfer ownership to you (unless they are my kin, too!). When fulfilling a photo request, I will try to take photos of surrounding graves of the same last Surname in case it helps a genealogist tie a family together. I then will add the listing and photos.
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Michael Towers
RE: Tompkins, Morgans and Emelines, oh my!
The older Emeline headstone may refer to Emeline L. Valentine Rese, buried 1852 10 25. I put the photo on the Find A Grave memorial under her name.
Added by Michael Towers on Sep 23, 2013 10:47 PM
Michael Towers
RE: Sarah Tompkins
To be clear, there are two Emeline headstones - the one for which you already have a photo from a previous search, and the older headstone I mentioned in the previous message.
Added by Michael Towers on Sep 22, 2013 10:58 PM
Michael Towers
RE: Sarah Tompkins
There is a second headstone with "Emeline" inscribed. Date is faded, but seems to be 1802-1855.

Lots 6429 and 6430 are side-by-side and seem to belong to the same group.

Within these two lots, there are headstones with these names: Rese, Olssen and Morgan (plus the unmarked Tompkins).

There is also a headstone with the name Lewis W. --ckman. Can't make out all of the letters.

Finally, there is a headstone flat on the ground, and almost completely eroded.
Added by Michael Towers on Sep 22, 2013 10:56 PM
Michael Towers
RE: Sarah Tompkins
Maybe I missed something. I recall a Morgan on old headstone towards the rear. I assumed that it was related to another plot.

I will take another look.
Added by Michael Towers on Sep 21, 2013 7:13 PM
Michael Towers
RE: Sarah Tompkins
there is an Emeline Morgan at the same site

MORGAN
EMELINE

1873-11-24-

Burial Lot: 6429
Section: 2
Grave:
Added by Michael Towers on Sep 21, 2013 6:15 PM
Diona Dickerson
RE: William Riley Jones
You are very welcome! Glad I could help :)

Diona
Added by Diona Dickerson on May 26, 2013 10:15 AM
Brandie Rennicker
RE: Cranford's @ New Hope
Not my family just a local cemetery that I decided to walk. but thanks anyway
Added by Brandie Rennicker on Nov 23, 2012 6:24 AM
Brandie Rennicker
Cranford's @ New Hope
I took some photos today and they came out very good so I added them to a memorial that you had photographed. I didn't do it to replace your photos by any means, it was just a beautiful day and I photographed the entire cemetery.
Added by Brandie Rennicker on Nov 17, 2012 2:05 PM
Dianne
Zion Cemetery
Thank you so much for the photo of my cousin and husband Charles H. and Sarah A. GRAVES GUTHRIE. I appreciate your kindness so much.

Sincerely,
Dianne, San Diego Co, CA volunteer
Added by Dianne on May 23, 2012 11:05 AM
Bob Collins
RE: Thomas and Juliet McAllister
You're welcome, of course--but just to clarify--I don't assume the legibility of the photographs. If you click on the photo, it enlarges and reveals a caption, which consists of a transcription of monument text. Clicking on the enlarged photo enlarges it further in a new window without the inscription.
Added by Bob Collins on May 20, 2012 10:36 AM
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