|David Peterson (#47370533)|
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I have been doing genealogy on and off since 1968. The names I am primarily working on are Peterson, Carkin, Wernholm, Leloup, Coutiez, Egbert, and Coleman.|
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|Bob Brien||Sara Thompson|
I have a gravestone photo Sara Laverne Collins (Carkin) Thompson. I believe that you took the photo. Do you remember which cemetery she is in?
I have conflicting info.
I have Forest Lawn Cemetery in Seattle or is it New Tacoma Cemetery in University Place, Pierce County, Washington.
Thanks for your help.
|RickC||RE: Woodrow Engle|
You're very welcome.
Added by RickC on Nov 16, 2014 10:13 AM
|Lisa Riley||RE: Martin's|
Your very welcome! It was a bit of a challenge to find the stone as it had been taken over by tree and scrub growth. Glad I found it!
|Shirley Bybee||RE: Smith's|
According to Doris's obit. I will have to do more investigating on that.
|Cathleen Sheibley Miller Kalin||RE: Charles Hollaway|
Thanks so much for the rapid response. Be Well.
|Chuck Brandon||RE: Marker's for the Green's|
Hi David, The pleasure was all mine, I love doing this. I cleaned their marker before photographing. Would you like the Shumakers cleaned and photographed also ? Is the Kenney marker to the left your kin ? If not would you like me to crop it out ? Just let me know. Take Care, Chuck Brandon.
|TrackerT||RE: Egbert's at Cimarron|
You are certainly welcome. This is a new cemetery for me, still getting used to the set up. Will try again to find the infant stone.
Added by TrackerT on Sep 24, 2014 1:03 PM
|Mark McCrady||RE: Margaret Arnold|
You are welcome, David, I was happy to do it.
|Cori Walkden||Charles Sponenburgh|
Thanks so much for photographing this very old stone!! I would never had made it to this cemetery. I appreciate your efforts!
|Bill Bourbeau||RE: John Quinn|
I've been snapping photos of all the Quinn stones at St. Bernard's and creating memorials for them as I go.
As for the lot that John's marker was on, I believe it's possibly that there are others (either unmarked or overgrown). You may want to contact the office for more info. The family names on either side are DiTommaso & Letourneau.
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