|Leslie Martin (#46944569)|
| || member for 6 years, 6 months, 6 days|
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I live in Decatur, Illinois and volunteer for RAOGK and for Find a Grave. Please email me with updated information or for photo requests in the Macon County area.
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|Deb R.||Emanuel Seager|
If not your family member, would you please transfer Emanuel's memorial page to me? If he is your family, how are we related?
Added by Deb R. on Jan 10, 2014 10:49 AM
Thanks Leslie! I have found several other News articles too... Mostly how he would plow the drives and streets for the neighbors :)
Added by Shari on Dec 28, 2013 7:24 PM
|David Smith||Smith Transfers|
Thank you for transferring management.
|David Smith||Ellen Smith|
Ellen Smith, 25786431, is my great, great grandmother. If you are not family, I would appreciate if you transferred her to me 48217285.
Thank you very much,
|janet donner||james leake|
I cant correct error and kay is out of town
but I left her a message on the edit button
to correct the error janet
|JoEllen ||transcription Solomon Miller|
Find A Grave Memorial# 23218533
Hall Cemetery Blue Mound Illinois
I was wondering what was inscribed on Solomon's headstone. I was hoping you might be able to read it for me. It will be some time before I get back to Blue Mound to see for myself so hoping you will help!
Added by JoEllen on Jun 21, 2013 11:16 PM
|Mountain Traveler||RE: Leila Hill|
Thank you. I should have thought of that. Duh!
|Mountain Traveler||Leila A Hill|
Hi, You took a photo for Leila A Hill at Graceland Cemetery. Her Find A Grave# is 27670646. You have her death year as 1956. I am wondering if it shouldn't be 1936. I have zoomed in on the photo and I cannot tell for sure. If you can be of any help with this it would sure be appreciated.
|ruthmusic||RE: Raymond Schulz|
Thank you for adding the info to his memorial.
|Heather||Just a little tip|
I seen chalk was used. It should not be used on the older stones. I use Corn starch in a sock. It is safe for the environment and the stones. If you use corn starch just bring a old tooth brush to clean it off.
Added by Heather on Oct 29, 2012 11:26 AM
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