|Barbara Ann Forrester Fultz (#47458304)|
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Barbara Ann Forrester Fultz|
I have several websites. You can find out more about me and my varied interest by checking out ImagesByBarbaraAnn.com and click on LINKS in the sidebar.
Kay Mulhall and I visited Saint Clare Cemetery taking photos on June 3, 2012. We are working together making entries on those graves. We had a wonderful visit and took many photos.
Saint Clare Cemetery
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Thank you so much for the photo of Clifford Lee's gravestone. It is very appreciated!
Added by SLFergus on Jan 11, 2016 12:54 PM
|RAP||Wilson at Upton Cemetery Hardin Count, Ky|
I see you have a Jessie L Wilson at Upton Cemetery. I added a headstone photo yesterday. It is a shared stone with what I assumme is her husband. Did you want to create the memorial and I can add photo?
Joseph M Wilson
Oct 1, 1900 - Feb 17, 1974
Added by RAP on Mar 30, 2015 7:35 AM
|Thomas Phillips||MSGR MULCAHY|
Did you attend Most Blessed Sacrament School? If so, do you have additional pics of him, the school, or the sisters?
|R B Self||Mem. #59534887: Charles B. STOVALL|
Charles Barnabas did not marry Agnes MUENIER. Agnes was his sister, Mary Agnes STOVALL, who lived with him for years. The census list them as brother & sister for years.
Added by R B Self on Feb 21, 2015 6:27 PM
|Agnes Vitt||Anna McCullum Campbell|
I do not know how to add this info so maybe you will do it.
She is Anna Maud McCullum McMillen Campbell Vittow. She died June 1, 2014.
She is my husband's cousin.
|James Richards||Luke and Corinna Calvin|
Hi! I linked a daughter, Clay (unusual name for a girl) (1878-1902), to them today. I found the info in a book about Fort Knox cemeteries which connected her based on the 1880 census. Jamie
|Cathy Taylor||RE: Ronald Anderson|
I also checked on Ancestry as well. I maintain an account with them, so I am able to access all the records. Unfortunately, Ronald's SSDI record does not indicate where he died. U.S. Public Records lists him as living in Montague, Michigan throughout the 1990's, but that is all I've been able to find so far. I'm still digging, though.
Comparing both of the photos, I can now see that there are differences in the backgrounds of each. I can understand placing a relatively inexpensive memorial marker in one place or the other, but these are high-dollar monuments, both with official military markers. My curiosity is peaked. I will be visiting the Oceana County Courthouse very soon for some unrelated research, so I will keep my eyes open for any information about Ronald. I'll keep you posted. And I agree, we should probably maintain both sites. I'll add something on mine to indicate he has another site as well.
|Cathy Taylor||Ronald Anderson|
I'm hoping you can help me solve a mystery. My name is Cathy Taylor and I wander the cemeteries in Michigan taking headstone photographs for the Find A Grave site. I recently photographed North Ferry Cemetery in Oceana County and began entering photos on the F.A.G. website when I noticed that Ronald Anderson already had a page set up for Saint Clare Cemetery in Hardin Co., Kentucky. The headstone, military plague and information is identical, right down to his spouse's name Carola. I was just wondering if you were absolutely positive that he was buried in Kentucky. I noticed the memorial was a transfer to you. If you find that the Saint Clare Cemetery page is incorrect, I would be more than happy to transfer the new page to you.
Ronald Paul Anderson #64684473
|MATuley||Lowell & Ruth Alexander|
Thanks again, I do appreciate this.
Added by MATuley on Nov 26, 2012 1:24 PM
Thanks for bringing the error to my attention,
I appreciate it
Added by MATuley on Nov 26, 2012 10:40 AM
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