|Diane & John (#46842343)|
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Update John sadly passed away on Oct. 10, 2015 very suddenly at home. He was my best friend and my partner in all things. We traveled many, many miles to out of the way cemeteries, old cemeteries, and town cemeteries to photograph tombstones. John did all the work of cleaning, digging out (sometimes) and just making the stone more readable so I could take a picture. |
I will miss him so very, very much.
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|jason bricker||head stone|
do you have a pic of eli farmer head stone. keller ceme. also how can I get to that ceme? I cant seem to find it
|Frieda Clark||Death Notice for Lela Ozbun|
Thought you might like this:
Illinois State Register (Springfield, IL) Tuesday, April 4, 1916
Page:13, third column
Mrs. Lela Ozbun
State Register Special Service
Carrollton, Ill., April 3.--Mrs. Lena Ozbun, aged 66 years, died Sunday, April 2, at her residence, four miles southwest of Carrollton. Decedent was born in Germany but came to this country about sixty years ago.
Surviving are three sons and four daughters. Funeral services will take place from the residence Tuesday at 11 a.m., Dr. W. E. Mundell, pastor of the Carrollton Baptist church, officiating. Interment will be in the Carter Cemetery.
Due to copyright restrictions I can only post a link.
|deanna french||Roberts Co. Civil War Vet; John Perkins|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our "old soldiers" that had ties to Vt. John W. Perkins is one such patriot. May I use the photo that you contributed to his Find A Grave memorial, to post on the Vt. C.W.site? (www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
Am sending my thoughts and best wishes to you in your loss of your beloved John.
Added by Caral on Aug 21, 2016 4:16 PM
|Barbara Wilson Krause||Leon E. Noyce Temporary marker|
So sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. Thanks so much for adding the memorial. I sent the previous message by mistake. Would you kindly delete the temporary marker since a beautiful tombstone is now on the memorial. Thanks for kindness.
I deleted Bud that I had in Kane.
I linked the Bud you mentioned to Dorothy.
So he was a widower and remarried to Dorothy Frank.
Dave and Barb
|Donnie Ruyle||Charles Grover Ketchum|
Diane & John: Thank you for correcting Charles's name.
|Ken Jackson||Photo of my little brother David's gravestone|
I appreciate your photo of the headstone of my little brother David Arthur Jackson who is buried in Parker Community Cemetery in Arizona (October, 1950). I placed that little teddy bear on his grave and I was recently wondering if it had survived. I plan to visit it soon. Thank you and my sympathy to you Diane for the loss of your husband John.
Ps, Our family lived in Vidal Junction when David was born.
|cheryl chappel||RE: Re: Transfer of Farries Gaston|
Hello Diane, I'm new to this site and was not aware of the edit button and it's functions. Thank you for letting me know I learned something new.
|R & J Black & G Key||Tunks|
Thank you Diane for the kind transfer. Our heartfelt sympathy to you.
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