|Mark Oxner (#47284209)|
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|David Weise||James McGaughey|
Thanks for the photo.
|Donald Ward||Ethel Obie May (Brown) Geurin|
Thanks so much for taking and posting the headstone photo.
Donald J. Ward
|Paula Jones||Lousie Mitchell tomb|
Thank you so much for your time doing this for me.
|Weldon Collins||Elvin Dwain Ball|
Thanks for the photo and I really appreciate if it isn't too much is it possible to get the photo horizontal instead of vertical. Find A Grave # 80102186 Thanks
Thank you so much for taking the picture for us.
Added by Brenda on Sep 26, 2010 12:39 PM
|Kinfolk News||Troy Graham in Oliver Springs|
Thanks for taking the photo of Troy's marker and the close-up of his photo on the marker!
So much appreciated!!
You are welcome. Doris & Sam-geezers
Added by Geezers on May 22, 2010 11:20 AM
|Kinfolk News||RE: Oliver Springs Cemetery|
Thanks Mark! Much appreciated!!
|Kinfolk News||Oliver Springs Cemetery|
Once again, THANK YOU! I think I told you before, but without your help I'd never get to see these markers!
Re: A. D. Ash - I'm not sure what happened there. I meant to write a "Tombstone Tuesday" blog post about it but time got away from me yesterday. Will write one for next Tuesday. As I see it, there are three possibilities: 1- He was moved; 2- The death certificate is wrong; 3- the marker is a cenotaph. I may never know for sure.
Thanks for posting the Graham's marker as well. I've added James' memorial to Find A Grave and found that their son, who died at age 7 is buried there as well. (I'm not sure how big the cemetery is but I sure do have a bunch of relatives buried there!)
Have a great day!
|Kinfolk News||Ash in Oliver Springs Cemetery|
Thanks a bunch for taking the photo! Your time and effort are very much appreciated!
Would you mind adding the photo to her husband, A. D. Ash as well? They seem to be a double marker, which was news to me as A. D.'s death certificate states he was buried in another cemetery. Go figure. A. D. "Doll" Ash
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