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Most of the Prairie Home Cemetery data was downloaded directly from the cemetery's database and the database does have errors. (You might want to check various name spellings.) Their database is searchable here: Prairie Home Cemetery Database|
Please feel free to use any photos I post for your own use, as long as it's not for profit.
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|Pamela Myers-Grewell||Re: Addie Shotwell|
Quite welcome. A friend had sent random photos of a road trip today and they'd taken 3-4 from the cemetery that caught their eye with no knowledge of Find A Grave. Just out of curiosity - I took a look here to see if the people were listed. She was more than happy to let me share the photo.
|Sidney||RE: Richardson - Prairie Home|
Thank you very much! I'm working my way through Guaje Pines Cemetery in Los Alamos, NM and am trying to make as many links as I can for the memorials. I appreciate your help :)
Added by Sidney on Jul 08, 2014 7:28 AM
|Jason & Mitzie||RE: Harvey Grubb|
I added a new picture of the new entrance today. It usually takes a few days to pass approval but it looks really classy now. My mother in law grew up right around there so we go up to put flowers on their graves when we get in that part of the state.
|Van Snyder||Henry Snyder|
Thanks for posting the photo of my great grandfather Henry Snyder, the scan of his obituary, and the photo of his grave.
|Ronald Mumper||eunice wolfs headstone wrong|
hi the photo attached to eunice wolfe is not correct
|Lori East||Emma Eck|
Thank you so much for the great photo of Emma Eck's headstone. I really appreciate you taking the time to do this for me.
|Lisa Maturo Bauer||RE: Shea|
St Bernards is in the next town over but not too far and I only went there once.
I'm sure I'll venture there soon and will look for Catherine. And yes Shea is a common name here.. My first great teacher was Miss Shea..:-). If you ever find any more in this area.. just let me know and I can look for them too.
|Lisa Maturo Bauer||RE: Bridget and John Shea|
I posted the picture... I also have an Edward Shea who died Jan 13 1966 and a Headstone with John P Shea 1864-1938 and Mary Sullivan Shea 1877-1913..that I've collected over the past few months looking for yours.
|Lisa Maturo Bauer||Bridget and John Shea|
Hi I found Bridget and John Shea. There was also a stone for John J. Shea US Army July 21 1891 - Nov 7, 197? I think 1974.. the picture cut off. If you post that one too I will add the picture for you.
|Barbara Parks||RE: Edward Mumm|
Yes Edward Mumm was my first cousin but three times removed. His Grandfather was my GGG Grandfather.
Thank you again for your time
Barbara A Parks
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