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Stonefinder-Deb (#47312618)
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Bio Photo Use the "EDIT" button at the top of each memorial for transfers.

I believe family should be with family.

If you find a transcription error or a duplicate, please LET ME KNOW, again use the "EDIT" button.
I give you permission to use the photo's I have taken. That is why I take them, so loved ones will be remembered.
Memorial Park Cemetery, is located on I-40 East, Amarillo, in Potter Co., Texas.
The city of Amarillo, is located in both Potter and Randall Counties in the panhandle of Texas.
This cemetery is not fully recorded as of June 2015.
Clark Co., Kentucky, information is from
Tombstone inscriptions from the book "Old Graveyards of Clark Co., Kentucky" Compiled and Edited by Kathryn Owen. Published in 1975 for the 175th anniversary of the state of Kentucky. Kathryn Owen was a genealogist, historian, and fellow Clark Countian, her work was supported with authenticity by Clark Co., Kentucky in 1974.
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Donna Fitch
RE: Faeth tombstones
We barely found the stone for Cleo. It had fallen on its back and was covered by an overgrown rose bush. Glad we found what you were looking for. Donna
Added by Donna Fitch on Jul 05, 2015 4:02 PM
RE: Charles Altemose
You didn't have to add a note about his middle name. I just got lazy about submitting a correction.

His death certificate lists his parents as Jacob and Julian (Haney) Altemose. However here's everything you ever wanted to know about Charles:

Just in case you don't know, Pennsylvania state death certificates 1906-1963 are available online at Ancestry. Pennsylvania residents are entitled to free access to these and all other records on Ancestry from the PA State Archives. The problem I've run into are the humongous number of mistakes Ancestry made in indexing them including Charles' in which they placed his death in Venango County despite what is clearly written on the certificate.
Added by EatatJoes on May 25, 2015 7:39 AM
Rick McMillian
James McMillan stone
I was hoping that they would have a picture of the stone for James McMillan. Does he have one?
I hope so.
Thank you
Rick McMillian, St. Joseph, MO
Added by Rick McMillian on May 23, 2015 7:59 AM

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