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Note: any reference to the city of Washington versus the county of Washington, both of which were used in the early days of the District of Columbia (D.C.) will be omitted on my memorials or any requests to alter them since the residence of the deceased and/or the actual place of death would also have to be known and before 1850 or so. The city was divided into several parts when drawn up and laid out in the 1790s but these distinctions were dropped long before 1850. There is a need for some memorials of an early date to have this but for most others it is not accurate any longer. All are just Washington, D.C.
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|Harri-Ann Irwin||RE: Marie and Joe West|
Thanks Fred. I didn't know this was a bad area. You do a great service
Thanks for taking and posting the photos for Rosa and Jacob Shepherd.
|Barbara Tynes Claiborne||Kluge family in Cedar Hill, Prince George, Maryland|
Thank you for posting their memorials. It was helpful in tracking my husband's Lyle cousins. Dovey Lyle's family (John Hilliard and Frances Lyle) came from Rome, Georgia about 1910. The Kluge family patriarch - Eugene Kluge - was an interior decorator from Denmark. His wife Gertrude L. Pencil was from Pennsylvania and their children were born in Pennsylvania, New York, and Illinois before settling in the District of Columbia 1900. I believe their son Leroy Eugene Kluge and wife Dovey Edna Lyle died in the District of Columbia, as her parents died there also. But I was hesitant to add as a fact. I'll let someone more knowledgeable finish the family. Barbara Tynes Claiborne 47704197
|J Cotsonis||RE: Louis Dems & Chryssoula Demas photos|
Thank you for the 2 photos of my grandparents' grave-markers.
Hi Fred -
Just thought I would touch base with you in reference to burial location for Lucille.
My husband has a great uncle buried there and
we have no idea where his gravesite is. This cemetery was tended to by one of the churches here in Waynesboro and they had a fire and lost
records of burial locations for many people there.
(If they did not have headstones it was lost)
I ran across a log of entries in the Waynesboro
Public Library and looked for her in this book, to no avail nor did I find my husbands uncle. this was the only log that was not transferred to the city when they took over the cemetery. I feel like she is buried there just not sure where.
My husbands uncles' obit stated he was buried there as well, unfortunately the grave was not
marked. He died in 1926.
Just wanted to share this.
Regards - Beth
|John M Sennott||RE: Uncle John|
You posted a picture of my Great Uncle John's grave... John W. Stockett. I remember his death. And I thought I was commenting about him and not on your page. He died 1977. Thank you for having this.
|Joan||RE: James & Esther Noonan|
Yes, Agnes is the mother of James. Thank you!
Added by Joan on Sep 21, 2014 5:47 AM
|Joan||James & Esther Noonan|
What a quick response. Thank you so much for the pictures. I greatly appreciate it.
Added by Joan on Sep 20, 2014 6:28 AM
|Chris Finch||RE: Re: Sheperds at Cedar Hill|
Thanks for the Rosa info. Chris Finch
|J Cotsonis||Kiki Demas Marker Photo|
Thank you for providing this photo. By any chance would you have photos of the two markers next to hers: her parents (my grandparents)-Louis Dems & Chryssoula Demas?
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