My name is Kenneth Hargens. My grandfather, Dr. C.W. Hargens, allowed John Walton and his wife, Peggy (Margaret) Bilger (since remarried more than once after John Walton died) to be buried in the family plot in Evergreen Cemetery in Hot Spring, SD.
The graves of John Walton and Margaret Bilger are untended, shabby, and the concrete markers are crumbling. I wish to disinter John Walton and Margaret Bilger so that Hargens Family members may be buried in the Hargens Family Plot.
I will purchase new grave plots and concrete vaults for the remains of John Walton and Margaret Bilger. I need the consent from any family member of John Walton or Margaret Bilger so that this process can proceed.
If you are related to John Walton and/or Margaret Bilger please send me an e-mail or please call me.
Thank you so much for the photo. Much appreciated.
Added by CMO on Jul 14, 2011 8:11 PM
|Sharon Welch||Lois Barnett Chase|
Bill, Thanks so very very much for the photo of Lois and Clarence's stone. Keep up the wonderful work you do to help people such as myself.
|Jen Snoots||Herman Stephen Snoots|
Thanks so much for taking the time to go out & get a photo for me, appreciate it :)
Thank you for the photo of the military marker. Now we know that he was in the Army.
Added by af on Jul 12, 2011 4:25 PM
|amtsunshine||Rocky Gap Cemetery|
Thank you for the photos for Westfall and Bender photos - I appreciate you -- Teresa
|Pennsylvania Lady||RE: Wrong tombstone|
That's OK it happens from time to time.
|Jack Gilchrist||Sestak Grave Photos - Thanks|
Nice photos of Louis & Betty Sestak grave markers you took in the Rocky Gap Cemetery. Your efforts on behalf of my ancestors are most appreciated.
|Pennsylvania Lady||Wrong tombstone|
This is not Wendell
|William Nees||Rocky Gap Veterans Cemetery|
Thank you for taking the photograph for me.
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