|Michael Largent (#46582700)|
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Please cite any photos that you use on other internet sites as follows: Find a Grave contributor Michael Largent (#46582700)|
Walking cemeteries is time consuming and sometimes very difficult. Producing a good quality photograph can also be equally time consuming if you clean the stone with water or edit the photo in a computer program. Please follow genealogical guidelines and cite your sources.
We(Lori and I)Live in Meeker Colorado now. Traveling to West Virginia is no longer feasible, and living in Colorado makes it hard to get there. We have just started cemetery searches here in our area and have found some of the most interesting stones and cemeteries.
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|Matthew & Chrissy||RE: Elizabeth Polk|
Yes it is to bad on the stone. Maybe if it was one that was standing up it would be better to read. Thats another reason why its important that we do photos and document these stones as soon as we can.
|Matthew & Chrissy||Elizabeth Polk|
Hi Michael. I went out and took some photos of Elizabeth's stone. The letters are really faint so I did the best that I could. I do photos with a pretty good camera so what I took is probable the best that you will get from the stone.
|Linda Moreland||Rachel & David Moreland|
Thanks so much for the headstone information. I really appreciate it.
|Darlene Turner||George Hott Cemetery Requests|
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|stoneseekers||RE: B Largent|
You're very welcome. Beard cemetery is located down a farm road, and nestled back in the woods. It's beautiful and heart wrenching at the same time. Most of the stones are missing, and many of the ones that remain are broken or badly weathered. I was happy to see his still intact and legible.
|shirley||RE: Sidonia Levering DeHaven|
Sorry the stone is so degraded. I couldn't find most of the stones that were requested by find-a-grave but a lot of the stones in the cemetery are not readable. I
Added by shirley on Jan 17, 2015 7:16 PM
|Nicholas Vetrovec||Isaiah Kearns|
Thank for checking out the Kerns Cemetary in Critton Hollow. From what I understand is most of the graves there are unmarked, or marked only by a field stone or slate rock.
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Added by Kat on Sep 18, 2014 3:12 AM
|Linda Simpson Davidson||RE: Mary Elizabeth Largent Hutchinson|
Michael, I wonder if you could contact Find A Grave and have them remove it?
|Julia (Hess) Gibson||Largent - Evergreen Cemetery|
I found gravestones for William E and Emanuel. I can send them to you thru email, if that is okay?
The family stone - I loaded the picture under Ziphora, had no other writing except the last name. The other stones were in front of the family stone, but it looked like there was a stone missing - they were uneven with the family stone, if that makes sense.
According to records, all of these individuals were in Section 1: plot 23.
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