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Dave V (#46889469)
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Bio Photo Random Item #5: Grave Markers

The thought of a grave marker for a departed relative getting vandalized or stolen is enough to make someone shudder, but there can be some relief in knowing such situations are covered by home insurance.

"You hear those stories every so often of cemeteries being vandalized," Hackett says. "Insurance would cover losses for personal property items from theft, vandalism, or malicious mischief that might happen to a grave marker."

Insured homeowners should know that mausoleums also fall into this category.

"I think it's good that it's available and people should know," Hackett says.

What the HO 3 Policy says: The insurance company will pay up to $5,000 for grave markers, including mausoleums, on or away from the "residence premises" for loss caused by occurrences covered in the policy. Because they are considered personal property, grave markers are covered by home insurance "anywhere in the world."

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Thank you very much for all your time and efforts and photos. Great job!!
Have a great day
Cullen
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Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett
RE: Wm Zimmerman
I was shocked to find him. I knew that there wasn't an obituary printed here, so I just winged it and lucked out. Thanks for adding it!
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Thank you again for all the hard work you have put into documenting so many graves.

Blessings,
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Martha Franks Phillips Martin
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Thank you for making the edits I requested. Don's place of death of Florida will be okay as is. I understand the problem. You did good with his memorial. His sister especially appreciates the work you have done for him. She will also get me a photo of him which I will add later. Thank you for all the work you have done.
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Thank you for the color photo. Ginny and I worked in the same department at U of F. She was a great lady.
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re: Bertha Pearl Witt Kendrick
Thank you very much for the transfer!
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Irene Redden
Thanks for the fast editing and link for her memorial!
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RE: taphophiling
Thanks for the new word! Who knew? Not me. :O)
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See there, I'm not the only one with senior moments.
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Kathie
RE: the other foil method....
Dave,
here is another example, the way you were asking about. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=33059891

here is a different article -
http://saveagrave.net/hard-to-read-stones
maybe this time it will work, i just pulled it up.. http://www.ncgenweb.us/newhanover/cem1.html

Good luck
Kathie
Added by Kathie on Jun 19, 2013 7:35 AM
Paul
RE: Walter Bowron
Hi Dave

Walter Bowron's ancestry is as follows:

John Bowron (born abt 1790 Prescot, Lancashire - died 1850 Prescot)married Mary Mercer (born abt 1790 Farnworth, Near Prescot - died 1860 Coventry)on 21 September 1817 in Farnworth. Their third child was:

Joshua Mason Bowron (born 1821 Prescot - died 1897 Coventry)who married Ellen Rigby (born 1821 Rainhill, Lancashire - died 1893 Birmingham)on 16 October 1842 at the Chapel of Farnworth,Farnworth near Prescot,Lancashire. Their fourth child was:

Joshua Bowron (born 1853 Liverpool - died 1932 Coventry) who married Charlotte E. Hemmings (born 1863 - died 1935 Coventry) in 1883 in Coventry. They had children:

Charlotte (Lottie)Elizabeth Bowron (born 1886 Coventry)

Walter Bowron (born 26 Jan 1888 Coventry - died 1974 Coventry)

Frederick Bowron (born 1892 Coventry)

Emily Edith (born 1895 Coventry

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John and Mary's fourth child was:

Thomas Mercer Bowron (born 1824 Prescot - died 1893 Coventry) who married Mary Finney (born 1825 Prescot - died 1901 Coventry)on 24 May 1847 at
St Wilfred's, Farnworth, Prescot, Lancashire). Their third child was:

James Bowron (born 1852 Prescot - died 1884 Coventry) who married Elizabeth Dowse (born 1856 Coventry - died 1918 Coventry) on 24 Dec 1881 at
St. Peter's, Coventry.

Their only child was my paternal grandmother, Annie Elizabeth Bowron, who was born 15 March 1882 in Coventry. She died in 1948... A second cousin to Walter Bowron.


Added by Paul on Apr 01, 2013 12:03 PM
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