|Edd Marks (#46883608)|
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|Interested in those families that have a link to Marks and Matheny of central Illinois. Check Rootsweb.com.|
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|WCHS||RE: Droddy Cem|
Then you were in the Canterbury Droddy Cemetery (aka Coumbus C. Droddy Cemetery.) This cemetery is located by traveling from Walton on Poca River Road past the Walton Post Office .4mi, turn right on the paved road up the hill. There is a gate that one must go through. Travel up this paved road .3mi and the cemetery is at the top of the hill. This cemetery is not fenced.
Added by WCHS on Sep 20, 2014 4:53 PM
Edd, thank you for posting the bio to Joe Forneris' memorial.
By the way, I have Matheny in my paternal family tree. They are in Muhlenberg Co, Kentucky in the early-mid 1800s and are related to the Randolph and Stewart clans, among others. I will look at your Rootsweb link and see if I think there is a connection. If so, I will contact you again.
|Rick Foster||RE: Lena Rothman|
I am sorry that it took so long also. I just started this cemetery last week and have done most of the requests That were easy to find and will soon have them all done. Glad to help. There are other Rothman's buried and I will enter them as I find them. If you have any family members present do send all your photo requests.
Thank you for posting Mildred and Jesse Diegel's photos. I appreciate you taking your time in getting them.
Added by Gina on Aug 07, 2014 8:59 AM
|Tony||Jules and Marjorie Hightower|
Thank you for photographing these grave markers. Your kindness and generosity is appreciated.
Added by Tony on Aug 04, 2014 9:58 AM
|Neal W. Robertson||Bonnie Vef Bethel Cemetery|
Hello Edd, thank you very much for looking for "Bonnie" Vef's gravestone. I think I may have discovered why you didn't have any success finding it. I got to checking my family genealogical records and my records show that the name should be Bennie F. Vef rather than "Bonnie". I think the couple who created the memorial made a mistake in entering his first name. His parents are also buried there by him, in plots; B2L3G4 & B2L3G5. Would you please check once more for the name Bennie or Benjamin in plot #B2L3G3. I would appreciate it very much. Thank You
|Marvin & Samme Templin||Clifford Morin|
Thanks for filling our request.
|Debra ||Alanson Robbins|
Thanks for searching for this soldiers gravestone. I appreciate the time and steps you took to look for him!
All the best, Debra
Added by Debra on Aug 02, 2014 1:35 PM
|William Nees||Green Hill Cemetery|
Thank you very much for taking the photograph for me.
|Dennis Peterson||Cree Stone Pictures|
Thanks very much for the stone pictures for Nellie and Marinda Cree in the Woodlawn Cemetery.
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