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|Diana ||Joseph B Lilly Memorial|
I am unable to request a photo, I think maybe the cemetery sign was tagged as one for him?
Added by Diana on Aug 26, 2013 4:27 PM
|Brenda Howard||Walnut Ridge Cemetery|
I am looking for my Aunt. Delores Ann Hogue Martin.She died 25th Jan 2008. Relatives said she was buried in Walnut Ridge. Would appreciate a photo or any help you could give.
Thanks so much Brenda
|M & K Fine||photo of Marcus Fine's Memorial|
Hello, thanks so much for taking additional photos of Marcus Fine. It is weird to see my name on a tomb stone, as my name is also Marcus Fine. Thanks again, GOD Bless, Marcus
|Terri (Kelley) Voyles||praying you can please help me|
My mother was laid to rest Jan 3rd, 1974 and we can not find her grave to put a stone up. It wasnt that my sisters and I didnt care, its just that we were young when she died and didnt have the money to put a stone up. We dont live in the area and we have tried for several years to find out which plot she was buried in. We have tried everything we can think of. We contacted the funeral home that took care of the arrangements and they couldnt help us because they dont deal with the cemetary. They told us to contact the person that takes care of the cemetery and we have been told 2 different stories. One was that there had been a fire and some of the records had been burned, second was that the man that was keeping the records back then did a very poor job. We contacted Ralph Lox and he said he cant find anything. I dont know who to turn too and its very upsetting to my oldest sister. Our grandomther purchased the plot and she has since passed a way and we couldnt find the deed. My mothers name was Alberta Burgen or Burgin and she was laid to rest January 3rd, 1974. Can you please help me? I dont where else to turn.
Thank you for doing the photoes for Louis and Fannie Barger.
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