|margaret labruyere||james wilson vick|
Would like for you to add to memorial his siblings, please.
Sidney George Vick b.15 Dec. 1868 d. 5 Nov. 1935
Martha Alice Vick Dillow b.3 Oct. 1870 d. 3 May 1960
Edna Vick Dillow b.18 Oct. 1872 d. 14 Sep 1944
Ida Vick Whittaker b. 10 Aug. 1883 d. Feb 1974
Joseph Henry Vick Sr. b. 1 Aug. 1876 d. 11 Mar 1965
Anna Vick White b. 1878 d. 1951
Clede Vick b. 24 Dec. 1880 d. 28 Apr. 1960
thank you. Margaet LaBruyere
|Carol Kimmel Allsup||transfer|
PJ, Once again, I offer thanks for a speedy and complete transfer of husband's Father's memorial page....Wm. McK Allsup.
|Carol Kimmel Allsup||Lou Ella Caldwell Allsup|
Thank you, thank you for this special transfer, and for the expediant way in which you handled it.
|Russ M||Elmer Lee|
I see you posted a photo to Elmer Lee memorial (73813343). Do you have any information on his first wife, his daughter Virginia or his daughter Delores Chapman?
Added by Russ M on Dec 16, 2013 8:36 AM
|Bob & Kathy||RE: Mary Ann Potts Hawley 1842-1923|
Sorry, but I do not have a headstone photo.
|rainofhearts||Crichfield stones in Montrose Cemetery (Greenville - Bond County)|
I have added Findagrave memorials and gravemarker photos for Mary Crichfield (#117683905) and Cordia Crichfield (#117683980) in response to your William Crichfield (#82275350) photo request.
|Karen ||Shoal Creek Cemetery|
All I can think of is that it would make a great Boy Scout Eagle project....strong boys to move the stones face up and clean up the area, then gently clean them and photograph them. That would be free. A local troop or your local council might help; you could contact them. Another idea would be to see if a Rotary Club or Elks Club or other similar service organization would finance it? Or your local genealogical society/historical society? Just throwing out ideas. Thanks for answering me, and for recording what you could.
Added by Karen on Jul 30, 2013 12:02 PM
|Karen ||Shoals Creek Baptist Church Cemetery|
Is there any chance of getting some muscle to lift the pile of stones at Shoals Creek Baptist Church Cemetery in Clinton County, Illinois, so they can be photographed and recorded? I understand they are piled in the middle of a farmer's field there. It looks like a couple of strong men with gloves could turn them over, and someone could piece the broken ones together. Just wishing......
Added by Karen on Jul 30, 2013 4:21 AM
|Bruce McGarvey||RE: Charles Franklin Dickerson|
Thank you...Your gratitude is greatly appreciated and makes it all worthwhile. I wish you well. Bruce
|Harriet W. Berry||Francis Potts info|
Done, and thanks! --Harriet
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