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Robert & Dolly (#47231262)
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Bio Photo We live In the Osawatomie Kansas area and enjoy taking photos of the graves that we can find. any of your family memorials we have are yours for the asking if there not our family

Bob & Dolly

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Ruth Smith
Georgia Hager
I noticed you had left flowers for Georgia Hager at New Lorimier Cemetery here in Cape and thought you would like to know I have asked this memorial page be deleted. Her name was Georgia Hagen and she remarried after her husband's (Elliot Hagen)death. She is buried out at Hobbs chapel Cemetery and it is memorial #37465579. Sorry about all this - I am a volunteer for find-a-grave and am going through the memorial pages to see why there are no pictures and am finding lots of problems like this one. Ruth Smith
Added by Ruth Smith on May 27, 2016 6:35 AM
Paul Rolfe
Henry Root
I just noticed your tribute to the baby - Henry Edward Root (Find A Grave #86648766). If you know the family, I thought you might be interested to know I was advised by another volunteer who the parents are and I learned he is buried beside what I expect is his grandparents - Mattie and Otha Downing. If you know the family and have any additional info, I will be glad to add it or transfer him to you so you can manage it.
Added by Paul Rolfe on Feb 15, 2016 5:36 PM
JARROTT P. COX
Find A Grave Memorial# 35323230
This memorial has the wrong photo on it. Thanks
Added by JARROTT P. COX on Dec 18, 2015 10:57 PM
Linda Bange
Margaret Plummer Bookout
Margaret Plummer Bookout is my 1st cousin, once removed. She married Martin David Bookout on 17 Mar 1901 in Spokane, MO. Their son, Joseph, was born in 1904. Since Margaret died in 1907, it is reasonable to expect that Martin remarried, but I do not have any records of that.
Added by Linda Bange on Oct 31, 2015 2:27 PM
Linda Bange
RE: margaret bookout
Okay. I'm confused. I can only see your last message, so I don't know who you are talking about. Can you give me names and dates? It is entirely possible that I made a mistake, but I will be happy to correct it.
Added by Linda Bange on Oct 31, 2015 10:00 AM
Anna (Alt) Giunta
George Compton
#32173216, do you know if he served in the Civil War? Our VFW posts flags at grave sites of veterans and I am trying to get a complete list.
Thanks
Added by Anna (Alt) Giunta on Oct 14, 2015 5:44 AM
Sally (Skelton) Bratton
Rebecca (Scott) Vineyard
I was look at my 2nd Great Grandmothers memorial (Find A Grave Memorial# 44881427) and noticed you are maintaining it. I was wondering how you are related. If not, would you mind transferring it to me?

Thank you,

Sally
Added by Sally (Skelton) Bratton on Oct 09, 2015 8:06 PM
JARROTT P. COX
Find A Grave Memorial# 62705621
Hello--You indicated you think he could be related to you
as he is My GG Grandfather I may be able to help.Jarrott
Added by JARROTT P. COX on Aug 12, 2015 8:30 PM
Cheryl Hager
RE: Hager
You guys asked me already back in Sept 2014. You said your people came from a different line.
Added by Cheryl Hager on Jul 18, 2015 7:49 PM
Eugene R. Walthall
RE: Infant Walthall
Robert and Dolly

Thanks for transferring the Walthall child over to me. But more importantly, thanks for all the work you have done and continue to do with regard to the Find-A-Grave system. Your work is much appreciated by serious genealogists like me.

Thirty-some years ago I visited the Fontana Cemetery. My wife and children were with me. We were on vacation.

With the "help" of my kids, I attempted to get photos of the childs gravestone, but was not successful. The old polaroid camera I was then using was simply inadequate, and the stone was so worn and weathered that it was unreadable.

To make a long story short, my kids and I ended up using their crayons to make rubbings of the worn lettering on that stone. It was a memorable day because it was so hot and windy.

You folks must have worked very hard to get such wonderful clarity in your photos of that old grave. THANK YOU !!!

Gene Walthall
Added by Eugene R. Walthall on Mar 27, 2015 10:10 AM
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