|Tom McFarland (#46886607)|
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|Peggy Harris||Ralph Graham|
Tom, thank you for taking the photo of Ralph Graham's marker, I appreciate your time and effort. Is it OK with you if I use it in my genealogy files? Peggy
|Betty Alberts||D. Eulah Wintermote|
Thanks so much for the photo of Eulah Wintermote's headstone. It is greatly appreciated. Betty
|clevelandpole||Roosevelt in St. Agnes|
I have checked section 5 in St. Agnes, and have been unable to find stones labelled "Roosevelt". The problem is that the Catholic cemeteries in this area are unfriendly to gravers, and will not give us any information or section maps unless we lie (and you can only get away with that once!) There is one stone in that section reading "our family" that represents a log--could your relative have been a member of the "Order of Woodsmen" or similar lodge? If so, that is probably the plot. I intend to take another pass through there within the next couple of days; let me know if you think that may be the marker for the Roosevelts.
Thanx, Holly K
|Charleene||Donald Miles Barton #69011282|
Thank you for the great stone photo. It is truly appreciated.
|Dale Free||RE: Raybourne graves|
It was my pleasure.
|Carrie Graham||Margaret Clark Merrill|
You're very welcome! I'm glad to be able to help. I'm sorry that Margaret's side of the stone is hard to read. I took several pictures to try to get a better image but it just wasn't happening. This was why I added the grave transcription for you just in case.
|Thomas Mone||RE: Carswell|
Glad to help, Tom.
|Thomas Mone||RE: Carswell graves|
You are very welcome Tom.
|Thomas Mone||Mary, Elsie Carswell|
I fulfilled the request fot Erastus today. Please submit requests for his wife and daughter and I will post the photos.
|laward||RE: High Street Cemetery|
High Street Cemetery is small with a roadway going in and around and then out. Judging by the Williams headstones I've taken it looks like it's on the left towards the front of the cemetery, look for the Williams Monument. I beleive it's around there.
Added by laward on May 24, 2012 11:36 AM
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