|Phyllis Meyer (#47083260)|
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Almost every genealogist sooner or later ends up looking for their ancestors in a cemetery because a great deal of information can be found there. If the listings and photos I've posted at Find A Grave has helped you send me an email or leave a message.|
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Family surnames include Bull,Beasor,Kreitzbender,Meyer,Meyers,Mauerman,Randall,Davis and so many more
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Wow! Working right along on my family lineage and in pops Obadiah. Thank you for making the updates and so quickly. Your help is very much appreciated. Thank you again.
The Best to You and Yours, Butterfly~Kisses
|T Hildreth||S Miranda Rumery|
Thank you for transferring my 3rd g-grandmother, Sylvia Miranda Rumery's page to me. I appreciate it, and the work you do.
Terri M Hildreth
|Robert Boehm Rathbun||63936047|
I also have a memorial to my great aunt, Lockwood Joyce Rathbun. Could you add the picture of her marker to my site for her? You nicely have already added the marker to the site of her husband, William Sargent Rathbun.
Would like permission to use headstone picture in my family book
Thank you for your consideration.
Added by EdnaCMc on Aug 14, 2014 7:57 AM
|Marnie Hawks Thompson||Ezra Farrington|
Thanks for the update to Ezra. I was at the cemetery on Monday, his stone has completely cracked and is now toppled over - so thank you for the picture you took many years ago.
While I was there, I saw his wife Minerva's stone - completely unreadable now, but it is hers (based on the cemetery records). I thought we had a picture of her grave but when I got home, I realized we don't. I won't be out that direction again until after the kids go back to school. Any chance you'll be out that way?
If you are, Minerva's stone is right next to Ezra's fallen stone. Using the map, she is the old section, Lot 21, grave 6. Ezra is grave 7 and Stephen (their son) is grave 8. Minerva's stone is a tall stone that is still standing, but the first layer of the stone has completely fallen away - there's nothing legible left, but we know it's her grave from the records.
|Roy Wein||Frederick Held|
Just to add an addition to this memorial. He was Born in Bavaria, Germany to Christian and Catherine Held.
Added by Roy Wein on Jul 27, 2014 11:16 AM
|jt lan||Thank you!|
Thank you for approving all my recent edits! Every time I look at these pages, I appreciate all your time and effort so much, especially since we are far away.
Added by jt lan on Jul 27, 2014 10:45 AM
|Beverly Busselle Plack||Wondering|
Are you the Aunt Phil, of Paul, Don and Janet?
|Flo B.||Duffy - Mt. Olivet Cemetery|
Thank you for the edit updates.
Added by Flo B. on Jul 19, 2014 2:05 PM
|Jingles McCormack||Samuel T King|
Samuel T King
Birth: Jun. 6, 1821
Death: Feb. 13, 1892
Son of Stephen and Hannah King.
I was wondering if his mother Hannah was buried there as I can't find her No where?
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