|Sandra Nokes||mary beulah peck|
Hello, I don't know if you can help with this but.... I think you did the photography for the head stone of Mary Beulah Nee Lewis Peck. She is buried with her husband who died in 1945. I am thinking she is my Grandfathers 2nd wife. But my Grandfather's last name is Goings. I am wondering if she is the right person I am looking for. I am wondering if he was buried next to his 1st wife and she was buried next to her 1st husband. And I am thinking it's because their plots were bought when their spouses died. I tried to go to the link for the woman who put this on Find A Grave, but there is no where to ask her these questions. So I am hoping you might have an answer or at least somewhere I can continue my search! Thank you.
|Martha Wickman||RE: Re: Charles W. Moore|
You are welcome. I'm glad I could help.
|Donna||RE: Re: Charles Richardson|
No problem Jeff....glad I could assist.Sorry it took awhile to respond back. I've been caught up with Molly the famous Ustream owl!
Added by Donna on Apr 10, 2010 5:20 PM
|Tiana||Charles William Moore|
I am going to try and get out to the cemetery and take pics of the headstones. I wanted to know if you would like the obit mailed or e-mailed to you. Just let me know.
Added by Tiana on Apr 05, 2010 7:48 PM
|C Rebel||looking for cemetry south of Hebron|
I am trying to locate a cemetery by the name of Stoddard. I was told it is just south of Hebron, NE. Does this still exsit and where is it at?
Added by C Rebel on Oct 26, 2009 2:42 PM
|Patty Gessley Ament||O'Neal|
You're very welcome. Glad I could help and it was a beautiful day.
|Jerry C. Goldsmith||Robert E Moore|
I have added the photo for Robert. His burial info is VET 27-2-4. It is noted that although Robert died in March, 1974, he was not buried at Holy Cross Cemetery until May 4, 1974. This is per the cemetry office.
Robert is buried at the base of the memorial for veterans. I took extra pictures of his marker and the reading of the memorial. I would be glad to send to you if you like.
|Patty Gessley Ament||Hoilyoke Memorial Park, Colo.|
James and Maurine O'Neal are buried in Circle H, lot 41. He was buried 23 June 1964. The cemetery directory listed him as a WWI veteran. Curiously, their headstone is engraved exactly the same on both sides, except that the names are switched to show exactly where each of them lies. (James and Maurine on one side, on the other Maurine and James.)
Thought you might like to add this info to their memorial. Best regards.
|Steve Van Ausdale||RE: Re: Pindar Grave at Hoy Cemetery|
I just happened to notice your request for this one had been hanging out there for a while and before I became a member. The cemetery is only a few miles from me. Let me know if you have any others.
|Steve Van Ausdale||RE: Re: Choates in Forest Hill|
You are very welcome. They were all in one location so it only made sense to photograph them all.
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