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I travel around the USA on business, and visit gravesites whenever possible. After visiting the graves of all US Presidents (see my website), I started to visit famous gangsters (Al Capone, Bonnie & Clyde) and famous company founders (Oscar Meyer, Milton Bradley, Procter & Gamble). I have been using Find-a-Grave since its early days, but have only begun posting recently. It is a great icebreaker, when meeting new people, to talk about the famous gravesites I've visited.|
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|JM||RE: Larry Horne - No Headstone|
Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park in Clearwater, FL. (Unmarked Grave) He is buried to the right of his mother. After you told me you could not find it, I contacted Larry's daughter Ellyn Marie. She told me she did not have the money at the time her father died to pay the funeral and for the grave marker. She has paid most of the funeral bill, but she told me it would $3000 for the marker. She has not got around to doing that. If you want to stick a metal rod to the right of Effie to vertify Larry's vault, if and when you ever go out to that cemetery to take other photos, I would appreciate it.
Thanks a lot for your service and time.
Added by JM on Aug 22, 2009 7:07 PM
|Leslie Soldani||Kenneth Hutson Grave Photo - Thank You|
Thank you very much as that is my baby brother and I have never been able to go and see his grave.
Leslie Hutson Soldani
I appreciate you for time and effort. Again thanks for letting me know about Larry Horne's grave being unmarked.
Added by JM on Aug 20, 2009 3:00 AM
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||Garrisons at Sylvan Abbey|
Thanks for the photos of the George and Anna Garrison marker at Sylvan Abbey. Nicely done. I appreciate your help.
|ladywarrior||love your stories|
you are my new role model. I am a military photographer and have traveled extensively (I'm dubbed the family gypsy) and am still going strong. I discovered Find a Grave I think in 2006 to look up famous people and had been to the site so many times that I just decided to join. I was shocked over my first photo request, now being assigned to Great Lakes Naval Training Center. And now, I'm very enthusiastic about supporting my life long fascination with cemeteries. I hope you add more stories to your web site. Looking forward to reading more of your exploits!