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Lisa Neff Whitney (#47898392)
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I live in No. New York. I've wandered old burial plots for as long as I can remember. My Gramma considered them a "picnic spot"! So, anyone who needs pics or info from my area, please feel free to ask. I know most every cemetary for a 50 mile radius, even a fair number of very old forgotten ones. Plus, I love a mystery, so, I'll help if I possibly can. Please be aware, winters are long and hard here. November-March is pretty much impossible. Lisa
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Suzanne Brown
Garnett and Ed (Louis) Haga
Thanks so much for the attempt to take the pictures. If you return, can you please take pictures of the graves even if there is no marker? I'll put in another request if you can do that, so that you will get credit. I agree that unmarked graves are sad. There are two living daughters and I'm only the niece, so the cemetery won't allow me to place the markers.

Yes, Eddie (Louis Jr) was engaged and just about to be married when he died suddenly. That is probably the person attending his grave. There is already a picture, but you can make the decision about adding yours. This is a cooperative site. If you have a picture of the area around the graves, that would be nice. Let me know if you do, and I'll see what you have.

Thanks again, and best wishes.
Added by Suzanne Brown on Aug 04, 2013 6:06 AM
Carolyn D Coots/Tankersley
I send you a warm welcome too Lisa. Happy hunting and pleasant memories.
Added by Carolyn D Coots/Tankersle... on Sep 03, 2012 1:37 PM
LINDA /the night nurse
welcome to the findagrave community. wishing you joy and blessings...
Added by LINDA /the night nurse on Aug 15, 2012 4:33 AM

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