|Bob Pickett (#47101108)|
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|Long time researcher, part time caretaker at Pine Hill Cemetery, will take pics in area cemeteries when the snow cooperates.|
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|MrsJB||re Carrie Pruden Wildman|
Hello! I hope this finds you well. I'm writing just to let you know I've added photos today for the four Wildman memorials you have created.
With regard to Carrie Pruden Wildman, her headstone is listed as Carrie C. Osborne. When I looked for more information on familysearch.org, I found her parents' name as Joseph Pruden and Lucy Stewart. Also, her exact dates of birth and death are 10/30/1839 in Fowler, OH and 8/18/1910 in Conneaut, Ashtabula County, OH.
I think this headstone is the correct one for the memorial, so I have added it. However, if I am mistaken, please accept my apologies and kindly let me know so I can remove it.
Thanks and have a great day.
Added by MrsJB on May 27, 2013 6:17 PM
|Robin Arvickson||Pliny Cass|
Thank you so much for posting the pictures of Pliny Cass and his wife. I will be using them in a volume of War of 1812 grave locations, and will cite you as the source.
|Amy Berry||Bernice LaRoy|
Could you please upload the grave marker photo you took for Charles (1880-1967) to Bernice's memorial since it is the same grave marker?
|Amy Berry||Bernice La Roy|
|Amy Berry||La Roy|
Thanks for taking the photo of the La Roy grave marker. I really appreciate it! It let's me know that they spell the last name as two words.
|Karen Hill||Sibbell Bicknell # 17018585|
May I use the photo of her headstone for my Ancestry.com tree?
Thank you, Karen
|Richard Arthur Fenner||Fenners|
Bob- Thanks for looking!
|Dwayne Crandall||Nellie Maude Crandall marker|
Thank you for the pictures. I appreciate them.
Thank you for your time looking
for Rhoda Putnam's head stone
Added by andieno on Sep 03, 2012 9:57 AM
|Lisa M (Beloat) McDowell||4 Haskin(s)|
Thank you so much for your time and effort in trying to find those headstones. Lisa
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