|Sam Richmond||Leo James Richmond|
I see that you have entered Leo's Grave Marker into the database. Do you know of any descendants of him?
|naominlester||Asbury Hamilton Parker and wife stones|
Thank you for the stone photo. Much appreciated across the miles. God bless.
|Camille Farkas||RE: John Robert Boham|
Thank you for looking. I just thought there was a section he was buried in with a marker or something in the records indicating he was buried there.
According to the local newspapers in Maryville, he died of a heart attack while walking along the Burlington R/R tracks near the Arkoe depot returning school books for his children. Perhaps the area he died in was Green Twp. Newspaper articles state he was 65, but he was only 58 1/2.
His parents Ephraim and Rebecca Boham are buried in this cemetery both in 1899--perhaps there is a marker near there graves. They have a large monument and 2 children buried beneath.
Thank you for your time.
Camille (Boham) Farkas gr-grandaughter
|Camille Farkas||John Robert Boham|
Death: Sep. 4, 1916
If there is just a picture of Barnard Cemetery does that mean there is no headstone? Is there a marker in the cemetery which indicates where he is buried?
This is my great-grandfather.
Thanks so much for the picture of Mr Anderson's marker. Would you kindly place it on his wife's memorial ( 152961630 ) also.
Added by SMG on Apr 05, 2016 3:06 PM
|Michael Cummins||Miller & Merrell photos|
I am unable to travel to visit the graves of my relatives, and I appreciate adding the photos as to my Ancestry.com Family Tree.
Michael in Minneapolis
|Rita McKale||Saint Columba Cemetery|
I am very interested in Saint Columba Cemetery. I see that you have entered many names for that cemetery. I am hoping you can tell me where you acquired your information. You see my husband's 2 x great-grandmother is supposed to be buried there but the is someone else's grave marker on her plot.
Any information you can give me will be greatly appreciated.
Rita in South Carolina
|Beverly Williams||Platte Valley Cemetery|
I'm glad to see this cemetery has been cleaned up. I was at it "years" ago and it was overgrown with big hay bales in and around it. Trampled through the weeds to find the Bar(r)inger graves. Thanks for the pictures.
|P. Albert||Thank you!!|
...for the picture of Robert Gunn's memorial.
|Jim ||Charley Manley|
Thank You so Very Much for the photo of Charley Manley's resting place. It is Greatly Appreciated.
Added by Jim on Dec 12, 2015 4:47 PM
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