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Please note that there is no marker for this grave.
The Sheetenhelms were both buried March 6 2012. Mary Alice died 12/29/2010 and the permit for burial for Charles was 12/2/2011. If you have any questions you can call Ron at Meadowridge 410-796-1144. Ron is the one who researched this and will be able to answer your questions.
Added by LindaP on Jan 22, 2015 2:28 PM
Still looking at W.E. & Charles...
Added by Laura on Jul 22, 2014 10:08 AM
RE: Janie Jester
Sure, I have to get it out of the safe deposit box, as that is where I keep the "OLD" papers etc. I take NO chances with things like this as they are totally irreplaceable, keep telling my self I am going to scan them to disk but seems like all I have done lately is work! I seem to fall asleep as soon as I get 5 min, lol!
No idea if its beyond findagrave or not, aren't we all doing this to help match up long lost relatives to ones from the past?
Added by gennie on Mar 31, 2014 9:19 PM
Janie Jester
NO thank you, I have info in an old BIBLE as my family crosses into hers, but not sure how exactly she is related to me or not. I appreciate you asking me.
Added by gennie on Mar 31, 2014 5:46 PM
RE: Mary W. Jester
On closer inspection, I tend to agree that it is more likely a 4, especially if you look at the spacing of the numbers. I questioned it because it looked more like a 1 than a 5 for sure. And after I wrote the transcription, I wondered if it might have been a 4.

I think the 5 was picked up from the Tombstone Records of Dorchester County, which was compiled by Nellie M Marshall. It may have been a typo.

At any rate, when I go back to the cemetery again, I will look more closely at the stone itself, and perhaps I can take a rubbing of that area.

Meanwhile, I think you are pretty safe going with the 4.
Added by BHayw on Mar 08, 2014 7:36 PM

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