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I appreciate your offer for photos at Floral Hills and Calvary. I should probably remove the request since these cemeteries are not too far away. I plan to visit them in the near future. But thanks for your offer.
Added by Annita on Apr 24, 2014 8:48 AM
Mountain Traveler
RE: Jane Martin Hester
Those are the hardest kind of cemeteries to look in. Spring and winter being the easiest times. I do a lot of these and it ends up that the easiest way is to actually do ALL the stones in the cemetery one by one and read them. Find A Grave does not like chalk, baby powder, or flour used, but frankly if the stone is not read now it won't be readable in 20 years from now. What I do is take a photo and then use something to read the stone better and then clean it back off. I carry a spray bottle with water in it and a very soft brush to clean it back off. Rubbings don't always work nor does foil. They say chalk deteriorates the stone, and it might, but if you can't read it now you sure won't read it in 20 years by any means. Just my opinion. Anyway, I have gotten so I just do entire cemeteries rather than look for one old marker among many that are hard to read.
Added by Mountain Traveler on Apr 01, 2014 7:34 AM
Mountain Traveler
Jane Martin Hester
Thank you so much for looking for a marker for Jane Martin Anderson Hester. I was hoping there would be a legible marker. Is Pitt a very old cemetery?
Added by Mountain Traveler on Mar 31, 2014 7:50 PM
Georgea Sharkey
RE: Thomas & Laura White
Thank you Sam, yes I would love you to try again emailing the obits of the Whites to me. I have two email addresses so if one won't work, the other should. seems to have the least problems but my main one is
Thank you again. Mrs. G. Sharkey
Added by Georgea Sharkey on Mar 27, 2014 9:16 PM
Georgea Sharkey
RE: Thomas & Laura White
Thank you for your efforts. They may not have a marker, which is often the case but I would have thought the Cemetery at least would have a record of the burial since it was in the 1900s. I really appreciate your trying.
Added by Georgea Sharkey on Mar 18, 2014 2:41 AM
Georgea Sharkey
Laura and Thomas White
Thank you for trying to find the grave and photograph the headstone of these two people at Greenwood Cemetery in Missouri. Both their death certificates are on the Memorial page and it definitely says they were buried there so odd there is no record at least. Know a lot of people don't have headstones however so I thank you for looking for me. Kind Regards, Mrs. G. Sharkey
Added by Georgea Sharkey on Mar 18, 2014 12:51 AM

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