|sherri schaefer bagby||updates|
so kind of you to update info so quickly and thank you for the Bagby memorials you created and markers you photographed
|Billie Jo Dearing||RE: Doris Gallihugh|
Thank you very much for the update, appreciate it very much.
|Billie Jo Dearing||Doris Gallihugh|
Thank you for the photo for Doris, greatly appreciated.
|Melva "Jo" Wright||RE: Luna Page Brockman|
So nice to hear from you & with such great news! I am so happy the headstones are back where they rightfully belong. I called & talked to Jean. Mr Ellis, that moved the stones, wasn't very happy. The land is going to be sold & if they weren't removed they would have been stacked somewhere. I added Luna's parents to her memorial. Hope you are doing well. Thanks again for all of your help and for the great news. =)
|George Seitz||RE: Iska French Hutt|
Yes - I saw it there in 2006. Give me a few days and I will try to provide more information.
|Richard Morrison||Augustus and Mary Guthrie|
Thank you for taking grave marker pixs and uploading to memorials.
|Shelton M. Mooney||RE: Eads Cemetery|
It was not overgrown when I was there. It was summer and the bugs were bad. Real bad. If you'll email me I can give you directions. It's not hard to get to but you will have to drive uphill a bit. I'll have to check to see who takes care of the cemetery. Are you related to the Mooneys there?
Virginia, I am totally on the wrong side of the river. EADS (i just reviewed my pictures) is actually at Montgomery Heights. If you are on HWY 60 leaving Montgomery and going towards Deepwater....Montgomery Heights is before you get to Deepwater. I don't think there is any signs directing you to the Cemetery so when you see the Montgomery Heights sign, stop and ask how to get to the cemetery. It is up on the hill and unless you know the streets, it will be hard to find. Sorry for the previous information. My Aunt and Uncle are buried at Eads but the rest of the family is across the river at the Cemetery above Alloy.
It is the Allow Post Office on HWY 61 there at the allow plant (used to be Union Carbide) There is no street, just the main hwy.
Hi, we parked by the post office and walked across the road. After you cross the road, there are some stairs that go up a hill. Go up those stairs and you will start to see grave stones. If you continue to the right (UP the hill again) Keep going and you will find more of the graves. Wear comfortable boots and certainly do it before everything starts to bloom or it will really be hard to find.
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