|Laura S (#47278706)|
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|Hugh Morrison||Ruth Arlene Dias VanDyne|
Many thanks for adding the extra photo of this headstone. Your photo shows more details of the names and dates.
Keep up the great work.
|Nils-A Johanson||William Harold Nutt|
Thank you for the picture.
|Greg Volk||Requests for your photo|
Thanks again for the photo you added for Rachel Starr Denison Avery. I noticed that the stone mentions several other people, and I hope you can add the same photo to them as well:
I really appreciate it.
|Richard Arthur Fenner||Lorenzo Baker|
Thanks for the photo!!
|Mary S.||RE: Re: Jeff Jensen|
That's sad about the records. Did you find the memorial (way in a back corner of the older section) for the actress with the verse, "She walks in beauty like the night..."? I used to live off Library Lane, on Elm Street, and, at the end of Elm, there was a path through the woods that came out near there. We spent a lot of time, as teenagers, taking photos there. Little did I know that that foretold this obsession! LOL
Jeff did, indeed, leave us MUCH too soon. And, worse yet, he committed suicide. It was a terrible time in our lives. So your kindness meant a lot to me. I hope you're able to do all you want there. Too many of these older cemeteries fall into obscurity.
Oh, there was another favorite spot for us - a plot (I wish I could remember the family name) that was surrounded by shrubbery, so that it was like a secret garden. And, buried by his master, as "Beloved Welsh Corgi..."
Have fun! :-)
Added by Mary S. on Oct 11, 2013 4:58 PM
Thank you so much, Laura, for finding and photographing Trube Bourne's memorial. I truly appreciate it!
Thanks for getting the picture of my ancestor's memorial.
GGS9 of George Puffer
Added by NCDave on Sep 10, 2013 5:37 PM
|Mary S.||Re: Jeff Jensen|
Laura - I can't thank you enough for taking these photos! Jeff was a dear friend who died much too young.
When I still lived in the area, we spent many hours visiting this lovely cemetery, but it has been a LONG time since I was there. I hope you enjoyed visiting it. The older section has many interesting memorials, including, as I recall, one for a "beloved Welsh Corgi"! :-)
Added by Mary S. on Sep 10, 2013 5:33 PM
|Tim & Gail||Arthur Green|
Thank you so much for the photo. It means so much to me
Arthur was my Step-Father's brother and I was unsure it would ever be completed. I so want to thank you for the time you took to complete my request.
Thanks for the photo of Duck River Cemetery.
Joyce Whigham Dorrycott
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