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DO YOU HAVE VETERAN W/NO HEADSTONE?
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) furnishes upon request, at no charge to the applicant, a Government headstone or marker for the unmarked grave of any deceased eligible Veteran in any cemetery around the world, regardless of their date of death.
For eligible veterans that died on or after Nov. 1, 1990 and whose grave is marked with a privately purchased headstone, VA may also furnish a headstone or marker to supplement the graves or a Medallion to be affixed to a privately purchased headstone.
Flat markers in granite, marble, and bronze and upright headstones in granite and marble are available. Bronze niche markers are also available to mark columbaria used for inurnment of cremated remains. The style chosen must be permitted by the officials in charge of the private cemetery where it will be placed.
National Cemetery Administration
Bahamas ~ A Brave Steer
BLUE The Belgian Ox
Henri ~ Gentle Kitty
Yager ~ Family dog/now with photo
Lizzy ~ Our special kitty
Mr. Black ~ Neighborhood Cat
Miss Kitty ~ kitty-cat
"brief is life but love is long"
-A. L. Tennyson
CORRECTIONS AND TRANSFERS
My belief is that family members, however distant, make the most caring managers of memorials.
I WELCOME all corrections, and with a few exceptions, I am happy to transfer any of the memorials I have created - on to those who have a relationship, or historical interest.
My own ancestors, family, friends, local memorials, and special history interests, I do maintain in my care.
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|Paula Segrest||RE: Zimmerman family|
Very happy to do them for you. And you are correct, Hiawatha cemetery is a very nice cemetery. I always enjoy taking photos out there.
|Chuck McKinley||RE: James Henry Ramey|
There was a John H. Ramey next to him that I took a picture of if you want it.
|Peggy Joy||RE: Fulwider family|
Your welcome, happy to help....Peggy
Will check on Lotta Fulwider location tomorrow.
|Chris Aiuto-Atkins||RE: Judge Lucien Edgar Fulwider|
I would be happy to send the photo your way, I will locate her on here and add her photo. I didn't know if it would be okay to mention her since there wasn't a memorial.
|ProgBase||RE: 79313854 - Minnie|
contact Pam Witherow
Added by ProgBase on May 21, 2015 2:14 PM
|Rick Ramey||RE: Amanda #97760900|
Amanda REagan md James Ramey, who was a son of William Kerrick and Ellender (Wasson) Ramey. Not closely related to us.
|Rick Ramey||RE: another Melvina|
She was born in Rowan County, KY. There were many, many Rameys there during the 19th century.
|Rick Ramey||RE: 119250016 and 140648952|
John Ramey and Amanda Preston are fairly closely related.
John Ramey, son of James, son of Jacob Ramey who married Elizabeth Lane.
Amanda Preston, dau of Jane Ramey Preston, dau of Jacob Ramey, son of Jacob Ramey who married Elizabeth Lane.
Are you related to Jane Ramey Preston? If you wish these Ramey families, please e-mail me directly at email@example.com, and I will send them to you.
John Ramey was my fourth great-grandfather.
|Thomas Dunne||Anna Maria Schemerhorn Baker|
The way the stones are laying down, I think they have been that way a long time, but as they are disintegrating as they are, it appears Anna Maria's stone was at least cracked some time ago.
|Thomas Dunne||Michael Whipple|
You might contact the cemetery office and see about getting the stones righted.
Plot: Sec. 121 Lot 81
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