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|Eileen||RE: The Elkinton Family|
Actually, the weather finally improved enough for the majority of our snow to melt so I could find the headstones! Plus a bonus of a sunny cloudless sky. Today not so much with snow in the forecast for Friday and Saturday! I was pleased to have helped.
Added by Eileen on Dec 22, 2016 8:27 AM
|Brian F||RE: Russell Terwilliger|
I added the pictures to Russell and Margaret.
I have walked past this grave multiple times but always saw the Cooperman name and did not notice
the two name plates for Terwilliger.
Glad I finally saw them.
Added by Brian F on Dec 01, 2016 7:01 PM
|Paul Rolfe||Frieda Knoble|
I created memorials for Albert Peterson who is buried beside the two Friedas and in Cedar Lawn are the Sommerfeldts. Cedar Lawn is beside Walnut Hill.
|Paul Rolfe||Frieda and Ronald Knoble|
I do not see a listing in this cemetery for daughter Shirley Knoble. If you happen to know of a married name, I will search to see if she also is here. There are only two other Knoble listings - Richard and Fern are buried together in an adjoining cemetery - Cedar Lawn.
|Paul Rolfe||Frieda Knoble|
I added your edit and linked her to son Ronald who is buried in the same section, not far away from his mother. I also created a memorial for him today. I do not know the family. If you are related and would like to manage the memorials, I will be happy to transfer them to you.
|Scott||RE: The Boyer's|
My pleasure. Someone with some connection to the family should be in charge of them.
Added by Scott on Oct 21, 2016 8:20 AM
If you'll e-mail the cemetery asking for specific directions to Peter's grave, you can then copy/paste them into your request. I'd be happy to go look at that point. It's just too large a cemetery to go wander, even if you have a plot number. You need specific directions and large markers in the cemetery to look for in the area.
Added by Scott on Oct 12, 2016 11:00 AM
|L. Elmer||RE: Martha and Edward Zimmerman|
You're very welcome.
Clearfork is a very nice rural country cemetery. Inside their shelter house they have a large 4-ft by 8-ft plot map with all the names on their respective plots. Down the side of the map they also have all the names alphabetized with their plot locations. Locating a marker is very easy.
Added by L. Elmer on Sep 16, 2016 10:13 PM
|B.J. Waters||RE: Everett Gardner photo request|
Oh, no, no trouble at all. I go into the office for many reasons and I'm going to be there tomorrow afternoon. I'm sure they will clarify it for me. It is my pleasure to be of service.
|Mimmitroll||RE: Nordlund, Fostoria OH|
If was a pure pleasure - I reassure you! SO fun when I find Swedish surnames in a cemetery. It makes me curious and I want to make sure they are "preserved" to future generations that might not know what country actually gave them their surname they have! I know there were more Nordlund's in same cemetery - you let me know if they happen to be yours and I gladly go back and shoot it for you! Have a Blessed Day, Mimmi
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