|Lynne Stallcop (#47497228)|
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I have been doing family history research for about 15 years now, and it has become a real passion for me. I am happy to make transfers, and feel free to use any of my photos.|
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|Robbyn||RE: Emile Leo Guay|
I see that you got the new headstone picture up so I will go ahead and delete the one that I put up before Esther's information was added to the headstone.
I just wanted to let you know.
Have a great day.
Added by Robbyn on Apr 28, 2016 10:46 PM
|Maxine White||RE: Hannah Austin|
Glad to do it. Saw the sign and followed. Need to go back for details and numbers, hopefully, in the near future. Maxine
|Paul Everitt||RE: Fred and Carrie Bowman|
You are very welcome. Glad to help
|Jo||RE: Wickwire Family|
Very welcome :)
Added by Jo on Nov 17, 2015 8:22 PM
|Jeanne Hunsucker Vanderwaal||RE: Edith & Vernon Cotter|
That would be great! I would love to have them!!
Thanks so much!
|Jeanne Hunsucker Vanderwaal||Edith & Vernon Cotter|
Thanks so much for the information on Edith and Vernon Cotter!! They are my maternal grandparents.
I really appreciate your help!
|jane austin||RE: James and Marjorie Hull|
I just got home from the cemetery, and was planning on emailing you. I sent the photos straight from the cemetery. You are correct - both of the graves are unmarked.
I had searched the entire cemetery as I looked for Jim and Marjorie without success. I could not find them. I visited the library where they have the reference materials for the cemetery, and the librarian was fairly certain that Marjorie was an Althoff. I knew that I had seen some Althoff stones, so went back to double check myself, but that grave belonged to Norma Jean and Bill Althoff. Next to them was what looked to be a double lot without any markers, and I began to wonder if they were unmarked.
I was able to return today, and found the groundskeeper in at the City Hall. He brought out the giant old cemetery book for me and we found that indeed, Jim and Marjorie are buried immediately to the left (north) of Bill and Norma Jean (Bibler) Althoff. Their graves are as far east in the cemetery as it goes and back up to a heavily wooded ravine. It's a lovely setting, but as of this date, there are no markers for them, but the area shown is exactly where their graves are. I marked one of the photos with a small bouquet I borrowed from the Althoffs already interred there. Someone is tending those graves on a regular basis. I have been working at that cemetery for some time, and the decorations do change regularly.
I'm glad that I could help answer your questions about Jim and Marjorie's final resting place, even though it took a lot longer than I would have liked! Their plot numbers are H-67 and H-68.
|Robbyn||RE: Emile Leo Guay|
I've moved out of the area so it won't be possible for me to go to that cemetery anytime soon. I might be able to get down there sometime if I get down that way but it's quite a distance from where I live now.
If you want to request a new photo that would be a good idea. Someone in that area willing to take another picture of the headstone for you. If you do get another picture go ahead and contact me again and I will delete the picture (if I'm able anyway)
Added by Robbyn on Oct 08, 2015 9:51 PM
|Kerry Rae Smith Moser||Henry Gose McCleary|
Are you related?
|Sue Tanner||RE: Alida A Moir|
You're welcome Lynne. All four of them get one more each. I didn't upload all of them last night because it was to late, so hopefully today. Sue
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