|S. McCoskey||Are you still active|
Can you update some info on headstones for me?
Have a good day
|Waucondacarol||Shleby Glenn Baccus #19832316|
Last April I asked for this to be added to memorial Thanks. Son of John Henry and Sarah E Amos Baccus.
|Donna Mokri, Mom||Photos|
There are two photos you have submitted which are of the temporary grave stone for my son, CPL Yari Mokri. I would like to add a picture of his permanent grave stone but the site only allows for 5 photos. Would you be willing to remove the two you have submitted since those are pictures of a temporary stone so I can add a picture of the permanent stone?
Your prompt attention to this matter is greatly appreciated.
|Doug Kalahar||BRAUSEN MEMORIALS . . .|
The three BRAUSENs you have listed as buried at St. Joseph's Cemetery in Morrill are actually buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery in Pierz, Minnesota (same county, just down the road a piece). There are already memorials established for them in Pierz.
I hope you are still active in Find A Grave?
Thank you for the grave info for my Maternal Great Grandparents Benjamin Thomas Newman and Cora Ellen Newman. I would love a photo of the actual markers if you have them.
Thank you again,
|John YOUNG||# 29044137|
John Aaron, son of Vicey Cherry and William Aaron, was born in 1836 in Stewart Co TN. He died 12 June 1910 at Riverside Hospital at Paducah, KY at age 74 and was buried in Oak Grove Cemetery at Paducah. His death records stated that his father was born in IL, and his mother in TN. John was a house painter and plasterer, and was a widower when he died.
|Alysia||RE: Marager Dunham|
Your welcome, Im glad I was able to help you out.
Added by Alysia on Jul 02, 2011 7:21 AM
|Dennis & Jill Bittner||Powell|
Thank you so much for the pics of George and Elaine Powell we understand from other people that it is tough to get grave info from this cemetery so your efforts are greatly appeciatted
Dennis and Jill Bittner
|Debbie||Mary Ellen Wasem Sullenger|
Thank you for trying to find Mary Ellen. She was buried beside her husband Carl Wasem. Her name is on the stone but not the dates. I don't know the cemetery but I called her daughter and she said as you go into the cemetery its on the right near the road. (If you get a chance to go back, if not thank you for trying.) Have a blessed day!.
Added by Debbie on Sep 14, 2010 9:04 AM
|Bryan Terry||Abraham Norman|
Thank you for your time looking for his grave.
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