|Maureen Keillor||RE: Mary Turner in Providence Cemetery|
Glad to help. And I *should* have said that there were no other Mary Turners in Providence with legible headstones. It's quite possible that she's under one of those cairns or slabs.
|Maureen Keillor||Mary Turner in Providence Cemetery|
I posted the picture of the Turner plot in response to your request; I've walked that cemetery twice and photographed all the legible headstones in Providence cemetery and there are no other Mary Turners in Providence.
|Thomas Swinehart||RE: Harman photos|
Still waiting we had -15 degrees and 4" snow. Not condusive to walk around looking for graves.
|Thomas Swinehart||Harman photos|
As soon as the snow melts, if someone else doesn't take the photo, I'll take the photo of this infant grave. Are you also interested in the 10 other Harmans in that row or in the cemetery?
I found Aaron and Mary stones. Their plot is suppose to be next to Aarons father, REv Jared Eliot. the stone is not readable. I can make out" Aaron, Co. further down the stone I can make out "daughter of" representing Mary. I have pictures but you can't really read anything in the pics. I'll be glad to post them if you wish. Please let me know.
|Peggy Strawser Hoppe||Ma Carpenter|
Sunnylane Cemetery in Del City is a rather large cemetery with about 20 sections. The cemetery charges walk-ins (folks like me) for the plot/section number for the deceased after 3 requests. I have already used my 3 requests. If you could call the cemetery and ask for the plot and section number and then add it to the section on the memorial here on Find a Grave, it would be easier to find the gravestone for you. The phone number is 405-677-8384. Thank you. :)
I also found two other Pier markers in the Garden of Memories in Claquato Cemetery. If you would like the photos for James F. Pier (VA marker) and (probably) his infant daughter, Frances, just let me know.
Added by LCB on Jul 18, 2012 5:18 PM
|LCB||Dortha Pier photo request|
I spent a couple of hours walking in the Garden of Memories in Claquato Cemetery this morning. I found the markers for James F. and Frances Darlene, but not for Dortha. I'll try again on Wednesday.
Added by LCB on Jul 13, 2012 3:25 PM