|R. Hofmann (#46854231)|
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|J. Fortin||RE: Peter Pray|
Are you related in any way? I am new to this and on a fluke, just happened to have taken a picture of the stones in this cemetery last summer.
|C Wilson||RE: Walworth Lane ~ E Mount|
You're very welcome ...
It took a little extra leg work; but, after I found a clue to the location, I was able to find the monument ...
Added by C Wilson on Jan 11, 2014 11:11 AM
|C Wilson||RE: Luther Lane ~ E Mount|
You're very welcome ...
I made clearer photos of Cora & Freddie Lane monuments while I was there. If you want them to be posted, just make requests for them.
A marker for Walworth Lane was transcribed into a published inventory by the Historical Society (about 1979); but it's a VERY large cemetery. Finding it would be like finding a needle in the proverbial haystack.
Added by C Wilson on Jan 07, 2014 8:40 AM
|Neil D Scheidt||RE: obituary|
I did receive the full message, all six of them. Every time you hit the message enter key a duplicate message will send. With this system you have to wait sometimes 30 seconds for the message to go through.
I do appreciate your courtesy in sending to me, I have included in his bio with reference to you.
|William Fox||Joachim Gulick & Jane Wyckoff Memorial|
Hello, My name is William L. Fox now a resident of Wichita, Kansas (Find-A-Grave member # 47810594) I want to know if you will transfer the memorials for Joachim Gulick and his wife, Jane Wyckoff over to my care? They are my Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandparents. I descend from their daughter, Cornelia (Gulick) Winne-Winney. She was my Gt. Gt. Grandmother. Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org concerning my request for the transfer. Thank you for the favour. Sincerely, William L. Fox
|Casey Winningham||Margaret McCollough|
There is only this one stone in the area. Nothing on it but the last name. I believe that it is an "estate" stone and the intention was to have a "first name" stone for each of the family members buried there, but that was never done. As you can see by the lower picture, there is nothing but empty space surrounding it.
|Tony Bell||RE: Eason Stamps|
Glad to do it!
|cself||RE: martha wheatley|
It was no problem, and I always enjoy going out there....it's so peaceful! Glad you like it :)
Added by cself on Jan 19, 2013 4:40 PM
|Crystal Vannest Danko||RE: Starcher grave|
You're quite welcome. It was an interesting cemetery. Have a Merry Christmas!
yeah over at new bethel is alot of unknowns with just markers to mark the spot... graves that old dont seem to fair so well here. i dont know why not, prolly based on what they were made of .
Added by Tnbreeze on Nov 21, 2012 11:02 AM
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