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Les Horn (#47271788)
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Bio Photo Member of Lochaber and North Argyll Family History Group.
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Kenneth Fawcett
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Zonie
"Mathieson"
The four "Mathieson" that you manage are not spelled that way. They are all MATHESON. Why in the world would you do that when the headstone clearly spells it Matheson?

I'm very familiar with the Matheson families that lived in this area in the past and today.
Added by Zonie on Aug 16, 2013 3:23 AM
Rommy Lopat
RE: Kilbride Churchyard (Oban, Argyll))
yes, I reviewed my photo file against other photos on Find A Grave and it is of Kilbride. I have individual memorial photos but the names are too worn and hard to discern so I can't post them unfortunately.

Sure love that country of your's! rl in Chicago
Added by Rommy Lopat on Jul 25, 2013 9:27 AM
Rommy Lopat
RE: Kilbride Churchyard
Thanks for the note to my email re a photo (maybe) taken in Kilbride Cemetery near Oban. There are 274 photos of Kilbride on Find A Grave and I have a huge photo file. Could you help me by identifying the exact name of the memorial so I can find it? Thanks---by the way, the cemetery I photographed is on a small road leading to Lerag where I was staying...is that right or wrong? Best, Rommy
Added by Rommy Lopat on Jul 23, 2013 11:15 AM
Kenneth Fawcett
Kilbride visit
Les, thanks for helping with the corrections on the "Family of John Livingston" memorial, the marker was very difficult to read, and I did not have the tools I would typically have brought with me to the cemetery having to pack light for the trip. The more I look at my pictures the more I am falling in love with your country. On my next visit maybe we can meet. Ken Fawcett
Added by Kenneth Fawcett on Aug 15, 2012 3:31 PM
 

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