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I have pictures of many complete cemeteries in Illinois. Including these counties.|
I will be glad to find a specific person if you know the cemetery name and I have done that site.
Please excuse if a picture is at a weird angle or some other problem. I have done the best I can under the circumstances.
It may have been to keep my reflection or the sun out of it.
Or I my have had to hold a tree or bush out of the way or even lay on the ground to get the shot.
I pride myself on getting and finding pictures and sites no one else can find or dare go into.
I have crawled through heavy brush and briers. Waded through chest high weeds. Walked miles through nature preserves to find sites. Contracted lyme disease. Braved huge swarms of hungry mosquitos,snakes and every other bug you can think of.
If for any reason you want one of the pictures i posted removed just let me know.
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|pamela jamison||Ben Lee|
Thank you so very much for taking your time to photograph the headstone for Ben Lee! Your effort means a lot to me and greatly enhances the work I do for our family history. Your kindness is greatly appreciated. Pam
|Amy Robbins-Tjaden||Marlene McCulloch|
Thanks for catching my dupe and pointing it out so I could delete it. I appreciate any and all help when it comes to keeping Find A Grave as clean of dupes and other mistakes as possible. Cheers.
|Wm & SJ. Donath||Elmer Dewein|
Here is one for you if you like to hunt for obscure stones. I have an Elmer Dewein buried at GUM cemetery which is near Galesburg, Knox Co., Illinois and appears to have no road leading to it and possibly an overgrown cemetery. He died on Aug. 22, 1940 and if you could find that stone it would be great--maybe too far from your area. I am sorry before I started this I did not get his memorial number. But if interested I think you could find the GUM cemetery in Knox county and where it is located and find Elmer Dewein in it. Thanks if you try. Wm & SJ. Donath #48116482
|Kris Young||St. Patrick cemetary|
Do you go to St. Patrick cemetery? The historical society has information that Alexander Lewis is there, but Diocese has no record of that. Jane Lewis is there but all they know is the "East Park-buried with Ms Walker"?
|Kris Young||RE: William Green 1867|
Thank you, not sure what that means really.
|Iowa Girl||Theodore Armstrong|
Thank you for taking the time to take the photograph of his stone.
|Kris Young||William Green 1867 "father"|
Hello there was a reported problem apparently 2 William Greens. Are they in same cemetery? I will create a new memorial if so. Thank you
|Kris Young||William Green|
|Jan Dishon||Eva Huber|
Thanks so much for looking. Since she was a 7 day old baby I guess there isn't one. She may even be the same grave as
Thanks again for trying.
|Angie F||Charles Baker photo|
Thank you for the time and effort to take the photo and post it. I so appreciate it.
Added by Angie F on Mar 01, 2014 9:15 PM
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