|Clay||Mount at Sunnyside Cemetery|
Elizabeth is buried in the same grave as Samuel Mount. There is no separate marker for her.
This is already noted on her memorial page. And I verified this from my notes taken several months ago when I performed a complete photo survey of the Fern section.
To fulfill your request, I have posted a photo of Samuel's marker, which is the only one on that grave.
Added by Clay on Jun 23, 2015 2:10 PM
|Martha Jane (Schliesser) Hicks||P.S.|
P.S. The same location applies for Theophilus.
|Martha Jane (Schliesser) Hicks||Annie E. Oyler (your photo request)|
Hello - I called the Inglewood Park Cemetery in hopes of having a chance to take a photograph of Annie's grave this weekend. I did not have a chance to do so, but I did learn that her grave is located at #455 A in the "Iona" section, which is on the west side of the cemetery. This would be helpful to add to the photo request. The cemetery is huge... about the size of a small city!
Best wishes! -- Martha Hicks
|Dawn B||Warren White|
This is the only Warren White listed in the cemetery records, the date of death is the same as you are searching for. He is buried in the HF section (Horton Field), not OC. The stone is inscribed with Wm Warren White. There are other Whites on the stone. Epenetus (?), Susannah, Henry & Mary. If these names coincide with the family you are looking for, I will be glad to get those pictures to you as well. Please let me know.
Added by Dawn B on Sep 12, 2012 12:35 PM
Hi David, Could you contact me at email@example.com concerning William and James L. Dodrill photo's at Franklin Cemetery, Huntington twp., Gallia, Ohio. Thanks.
|Steven Clyde Varner||Banks photos|
Thanks so much for all the Banks photos. They confirmed my names and dates.
|Sandra Mahar||Lach Headstones|
If there are more Lach Headstones in that cemetery, then please take some pictures of those headstones too. My Brother-in-Law would really appreciate having them.
|Sandra Mahar||Gerald Lach's Headstone|
Thank you very much for taking a picture of Gerald Lach's Headstone. This is a relative of my Brother-in-Law, and I am sure he is really going to appreciate it very much.
Sandra (Bullard) Mahar