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|Susan Stark||Lucy Miller Kelley|
Please check Memorial # 61518028, Lucy Miller Kelley. She is born 1848 - you list her father as Erastus Miller born 1845 and mother as Rachel Draper. This Erastus Miller (Jr.)is her brother -- not father and Ms. Draper is then her sister in law. I believe her father is also Erastus Miller (Sr.) who may have been born about 1814.
i will check for a headstone this weekend and let you know
pray that it is there :)
Added by GOOFFSON on Nov 14, 2013 6:19 PM
|James Bianco||Otis Center Cemetery Haskell|
I wanted you to know I use a 20mp Digital Camera, but the stones in that cemetery are sometimes almost black, the snow on the ground lightened them a bit, but still! Sorry the images aren't better.
|Carrie Morgan||RE: John Swanner|
You are very welcome!
|Mucer99||RE: Mary Hardesty Meek|
You are very welcome. Most of the headstones were buried. I was very shocked how many were readable.
Added by Mucer99 on Sep 15, 2013 9:07 PM
|Jeff Lovelace||James Swanger|
You are most welcome for the cemetery search. I only wish that I could have been more successful for you. God Bless,
|Sweet Grass||RE: Mary Armstrong 62443150|
When I went to add the Armstrong pictures I had, I hit Marys name first. I just finished going through all of the pictures I took yesterday and there wasn't one for Mary. Please repost request. Her grave was not found. We looked at all markers. Only a couple were unreadable. We are planning on compiling a list of markers not found where they're suppose to be to check other cemeteries in the area. Sorry for the inconvenience.
|Ellen Sutherland Butler||RE: John & Laura Swanger|
I will try next week. There is a Trammell Road that connects with Sweet Gum Valley Road. I may see if I can find someone that is familiar with the logging road or cemetery. The road I turned onto was a very rough road that I could barely get up but I stopped at the first house and asked the lady if she knew of an old Trammell cemetery and she said no. I asked if there was an old logging road and she said no again. But I don't think she really understood what I was asking. I will try again and hopefully I can find it. Or I'll check again when winter comes and there isn't so much foliage.
|Charlene Kimpler||RE: John Day|
Yes, I realized after I sent the last message I had forgot to give you that information. His find a grave number is: 61026957 in the Heyworth Cemetery, Hayworth, IL There is no plot or other information where the grave is located.
|Charlene Kimpler||John Day|
I received a message from Find a Grave that a volunteer went to this cemetery to find his grave and take a photo of his marker and didn't find one. Since your created his memorial page do you know if there is a marker of not or can you find out.
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