I just uploaded a couple of pictures for Frank C Rose. On the other side of the larger Rose marker was a gravestone for Jennie Stone - Find A Grave# 24233968. Not sure if they related, but thought you may be interested.
Follow Up again I'm being asked to change last name on her memorial from Porter to Thompson even though she is buried with her first husband with no reference to Thompson on the marker. It makes sense because of the name on her death certificate. I can add info to memorial explaining difference.
Link to spouse for George Thompson Cathy, I did some research on this memorial. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=48815268 I found her death certificate as a Thompson with info that she was living in Hillsboro. It was informed by Geroge Thompson. I searched Find A Grave for him in Hill County with a death date after 1967 (her death date) and found your guy. If you agree, please approve the edit I sent you. Regards and thanks for your work on FindAGrave
Jorays, Hugs, etc. Thanks for linking Frank Joray to his mother, Seraphine. I am not related to this family, but am interested in Buena Vista County. I have a new website for this county, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~claydickinsoncosks/index.html and among the items concerning the Joray family is an abstracted copy of Seraphine's Civil War widow's file. The Hugs are mentioned in that. There is also an obit for Seraphine in the obit section.
Ezra Aaron Feldkamp Cathy - I contacted you several weeks ago regarding the burial site of Ezra Aaron Feldkamp (1898-1958). As I mentioned, Ezra was buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery in Chelsea, Michigan not in the Oak Grove Cemetery in Manchester. Ezra's Find A Grave memorial in Chelsea is #43663892. You can see a photo of his grave marker at this site. Please remove the memorial (#13476751) listed in the Oak Grove Cemetery in Manchester. Thank You for looking into this correction.
W. A. Gilmore Re Memorial # 7044289 for W. A. Gilmore in Bethlehem Cemetery, Whitney, TX: The year of his death is 1918, not 1910. If you look closely at the photo, you can see the date there. This is my grandfather, William Appleton Gilmore. If you would add his complete name in a note, it would be appreciated.
Thanks for all the wonderful work that you do for so many families. I helped catalog a cemetery with my high school history club. I was about 17 and there were a good handful of people working at it. It was hard on the knees and the back even at that age. I can't imagine the amount of time you have dedicated to this work. I hope that I will be able to contribute to the cause when I retire.