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Pudgy (#46840228)
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Cheryl Follansbee
Sarah Lowell
Don't know if you got my first message. I have about 16 photos and that is too many to post on F.A.G. If you can send me your email address I will gladly send them to you. If you are uncomfortable posting your email let me know & I will give you mine.
Cheryl
Added by Cheryl Follansbee on Jul 25, 2015 8:28 PM
Cheryl Follansbee
RE: Sarah Lowell
Can you send me your email address as there are probably more(16)than should be allowed on Find A Grave? I'd rather send them all to you & let you decide what to keep.
Cheryl
Added by Cheryl Follansbee on Jul 25, 2015 10:52 AM
Cheryl Follansbee
Sarah Lowell
Hi Pudgy, On Sarah's gravestone it was difficult to read some of the saying on it. I did take photos of the saying. If you would like to try to figure it out yourself I will be happy to send you the photos. cherylfollansbee@gmail.com
Added by Cheryl Follansbee on Jul 10, 2015 8:42 PM
ron r.
RE: William Lowell
One other thing to consider as you search...

in the mid to late 1800s a new garden cemetery called Evergreen Cemetery opened in the town of Deering (now part of Portland) and many families bought large plots there.

There was an exodus of sorts from our historic Eastern Cemetery in Portland, as families had bodies moved from Eastern Cem to Evergreen Cem. If you are unsure about where some people might be from this period, it may be helpful for you to contact Evergreen Cemetery to see if these folks were actually moved from one cemetery to the other.
Added by ron r. on Sep 19, 2014 5:09 PM
R. Pinkerton
Lorenzo McCracken
Pudgy: Are you related to Lorenzo? If so, we might be related.
R. Pinkerton
Added by R. Pinkerton on Nov 19, 2013 11:42 AM
Lisa Permann
RE: Michael Overholtzer
Received you message re: Michael's wife Angeline. Unfortunately Angeline's Headstone is nowhere to be found at that cemetery. There is an empty spot where a large square once was at the foot of Michael's plot. The grass is dead around that area, so it doesn't look like it was too long ago. I would suggests calling the cemetery and ask if Angeline is register/buried at that cemetery.

I am sorry could not help you.
Lisa Permann
Added by Lisa Permann on Nov 16, 2012 7:51 PM
Bill & Peggy Tate
RE: Kenneth and Alice Coleman
You're welcome. Glad to help!
Added by Bill & Peggy Tate on Sep 29, 2012 7:21 PM
Lisa Permann
RE: Michael Overholtzer
Hi Pudgy!
I went back out to see if I could location Angeline Overholtzer again. While I was looking I notice two other Overholtzer head stones at the foot of Michaels Overholtzer. I took the two photos. Do you have a Wilma Susan Kidwell Overholtzer and an Albert J. Overholtzer in your family? If so post the request and send me a message back and I will post them for you. Hope they are in your family.
Lisa Permann
Added by Lisa Permann on Sep 08, 2012 10:58 PM
Amanda Filter (Johns)
RE: David Spence's Monument
You are very welcome!!! Any other help I can be don't hesitate to ask! :)
Added by Amanda Filter (Johns) on Aug 27, 2012 5:28 PM
MN Headstone Hunter
RE: John & Mary Wagemaker
You're welcome. I also found another Pagemaker in the same area and created a mem for them in St Aloysius Cem in Renville Co.
Added by MN Headstone Hunter on Aug 26, 2012 9:02 PM
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