|Tommie Moser Nichols||RE: John Simmerly|
Yes, having done this for a long time, it is the same stone. The difference is that Mr. Dillon either used bleach or some other solvent to remove the growth that you see in Mr. Bielenberg's photo. Acid rain is destroying monuments at a scary rate. The use of bleach and/or cleaning a stone to this extent is very much frowned upon. Tommie Nichols, Powell
I love a happy ending. Give my regards to Opal!
|mike brooks||Myron Bartlett d. 1848|
Christ church courtyard,can you tell me where this is located and ill go get the picture.
|Judy Llamas||Aunt Opal|
Thanks for letting me know. If you wish me to transfer her memorial, since she is your husband's aunt, just let drop me a request. I am not a relative.
|Loyal Limb||Simerly (Stevens) Cemetery Hampton, TN|
I noticed that you left a public message for Rick Redman requesting photos for three Simerly graves he has posted in the Stevens Cemetery. I have pictures of those graves I would be happy to share with you but I didn't want to post them until the memorials are in the correct cemetery.
|MSL||Celia Simerly Church|
Thanks for the information!
Added by MSL on Sep 23, 2015 12:28 PM
|Donna Wise&Wayne Wise||RE: Wise family|
those are my husbands kin people .Donna
|Judy Llamas||Conduff Bowman|
You wanted to know the death date of Conduff's wife. Are you sure she is deceased? 85 years old is not as old as it used to be.
|DRL||RE: Thomas Rogers Edits/Suggestions|
Thanks. I have some Rogers in my line too from the Billerica, MA area in the late 1600s, early 1700s.
Added by DRL on Nov 26, 2014 6:18 PM
|DRL||Thomas Rogers Edits/Suggestions|
Where did all this information come from?
Added by DRL on Nov 26, 2014 5:41 PM
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