|Donna Caraway (#48064990)|
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|sharon rickards||Myrtle Mc Cord|
Thanks Donna for taking the time to photograph the memorial for me. Appreciate your kindness. Sharon
|Eric C.||Johnson photo|
Thank you..... Eric
Added by Eric C. on May 31, 2013 7:54 AM
Thanks for taking the time and effort to photograph the headstone of William Love. Wow, that was a pleasant surprise to see how unique it is!
You're worth your weight in gold!!
Added by Jen on May 30, 2013 5:30 PM
|Bri & Ron B||Thank you|
Thank you for attempting to find William Bright for us. Was Samuel Bright the other Bright you mentioned as being in the same plot?
|Linda G||RE: peter Moss|
No---I didn't see a poem. where did you post it?? All I saw was his demographic information.
Added by Linda G on May 30, 2013 12:14 PM
|Barbara HARMS Craig||RE: Craig family|
Our Alexander Craig 1808-187? came from Ireland in his teens. He married Lucy Harrison in Indiana. The older boys were born in Trimble Co., Kentucky, they then moved to Sangamon Co., Illinois, where the younger boys were born. Eventually, the moved to Cowley Co., Kansas, and there I can not find Alexander's death or burial. Lucy is buried in Hutchinson, KS.
The youngest son, George, is buried in Colorado; but his children moved west to California and Washington.
Does any of this sound familiar? Barbara
Donna, Thank you so much!! Your help has been invaluable.
Added by L.Lee on May 30, 2013 9:47 AM
|Barbara HARMS Craig||Short tombstones|
THANKS SO MUCH for adding the Short tombstones to their memorials. Also, Looking for Louisa PRATHER Short. She must have an unmarked grave.
|Linda G||peter Moss|
thank you so much for photographing his markers. the little star one was unexpected--do you know what it signifies (other than being military)? I appreciate your time volunteering. LindaG
Added by Linda G on May 30, 2013 5:24 AM
Donna, did you by chance see a marker for a Agnes Sylvia Scott when you were photographing the Scott's markers? I am not sure who she is and should be in the family I am working on. According Find a grave and Interment she is buried here. Thanks for all your hard work.
Added by L.Lee on May 15, 2013 11:05 AM
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