|Robert Loken (#47415262)|
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I've been facinated with cemeteries all my life,started with Memorial Day services for the VFW;when I was kid.Have relations that I know of in cemeteries from Minnesota,Ohio,Pennsylvania, W. Virginia, Virginia and Florida and I'm still looking.My paternal Great Grandparents came from Norway and Sweden and my maternal Great Great Great Great Grandfather fought in The Revolutionary War and we had members in the 2nd and 3rd Maryland Infantry and 16th Pennsylvania Cavalry during the Civil War, one being killed in action at Petersburg and another dying from illness and the maternal side is also of Cherokee decent.Father (in Good Shepherd in Ocala, Fla) served in the Pacific theater during WWII and my brother (National Cemetery in Bushnell) served in Vietnam and Desert Storm.|
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...hanging out with the Georges (Carlin & Burns), the Richards (Jeni & Pryor), Lenny, Kinison...I like the way you think.
Added by AR on Aug 11, 2014 8:36 PM
|Marti Sikes||Margaret Lutman|
Found the cemetery and found it uncared for and with stones that are unreadable for the most part. According to the Historical Society those listed in the Lutman Cemetery are: Annorie, John, Charles, Daniel, Louis, Sarah, Henry Michael, Lavei Michael, George W Michael. Henry & Lavei are married and their son is George W.
|cw-sawyers||South Lake Weir Cemetery|
Would likely be [on Google Maps] Stanton Cemetery (And look at the name requested!) Also know as Weirsdale Community Cem ...
|Russ_T||RE: Chester Stephan|
Thank you for your note. Sorry about the issue with Forest Lawn Memory Gardens. I have removed the photo request.
Added by Russ_T on Sep 03, 2013 6:24 AM
There are no Lotmans listed in the book. The plots around B 136 have stones with the surnames Showman, Atkins, Kuhns, and Townsend.
|Andrea Tressler||Charles Louis Lotman|
I've just completed making a searchable excel file of the entire record book for Hill Grove Cemetery that was put out by the Connellsville Historical Society about 20 years ago. There isn't any listing for Charles Louis Lotman. The most interesting thing is that you said he was possibly in B 136, and there are no listings at all for that plot, only B 135 and B 137.
|No Guts, No Glory||Hey there...|
Are you interested in going out sometime recording any cemeteries? Dave
|No Guts, No Glory||dR sLAUGHTER|
I am glad to see that she is up walking around...albeit slowly....but she is up...ask her about Marianne and Dave...
|No Guts, No Glory||RE: dR sLAUGHTER|
Do you know an Inez?
|No Guts, No Glory||Another thing...|
Belleview cemetery is the older one that is surrounded by a fence on 4 sides with tombs across the street...Shaw is the newer cemetery that is across from the school field that is backed up into the woods, kinda...
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