|Robert Stone (#47240801)|
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Rob is the President of Hallowed Ground LLC, a historical research and preservation organization that's mission is to take on preservation and restoration projects as well as conduct research and educate the general public on the historical treasures that are located in their hometowns. Of particular interest to Rob are Native American Mound Builder sites and their preservation and protection. Mr.Stone is also dedicated to the preservation and restoration of small family cemeteries that have been forgotten or are no longer maintained.|
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Thanks for taking care of the edits that I sent! I wasn't sure whether you were still active because the last message you received was dated 2013. I wanted to make sure before I put in any more edits. Now that I know that you are still active, I did indeed put in 2 more edits.
Thanks for responding!
Added by MSL on Mar 16, 2015 3:41 PM
Are you still active on this web site?
Added by MSL on Mar 15, 2015 9:29 PM
|Steve||Sarah McNutt Photo|
Outstanding job on the Sarah McNutt monument photo !
Added by Steve on Jul 01, 2013 10:17 AM
|Steve||Culver And Hier Photos|
Thank you for the great photo`s of the Hier and Culver families at Oak Park Cemetery. Steve in Fort Wayne.
Added by Steve on Jun 15, 2013 9:29 PM
|jsf1||RE: Maple Cemetery|
Unfortunately, I'm not too familiar with the G'boro area so don't know of the B/B you ask about.
Added by jsf1 on Jun 07, 2013 3:40 PM
|Steve||Bertha and Eli Kauffman Photos|
Thanks for the great photos of the Bertha and Eli Kauffman monuments. Steve in Fort Wayne.
Added by Steve on May 30, 2013 9:07 PM
|jsf1||RE: Maple Cemetery|
Unfortunately I photographed all the stones at that cemetery some time ago, so I don't remember where all the stones were. However, many of them had been displaced and did not appear to be in their original locations. This cemetery is located by some trees in a field at Mapletown (they may have been the only trees in the field), on the north side of the Mapletown Road behind the houses. When I visited, remnants of the fence which once enclosed it were still there and could be seen from the road. I don't have the GPS coordinates for this one.
Added by jsf1 on May 24, 2013 3:07 PM
|R Stroupe||RE: Thank You|
You are welcome. Glad I could help.
Thanks Rob for looking. I have terrible news. Im not sure if those Kennedys were of our bunch. Mary died in 1925, I got her death certificate. her husband patrick died in 1905.
I went there myself, and nearly went crazy looking. I called them. I guess in those days they couldnt afford a plot stone. I know their son Patrick has one, a long with their daughter, not sure of last name, mary butler perhaps. anyhow. thanks so much. I would make a profile and put that photo up, maybe someone could use it.
they maybe related but I will have to take a look again and see if I could trace those names somewhere. Thats grave cross is beautiful. I am in Ireland now,and I love Irish Crosses. shame they didn have a plot, breaks my heart. I have tried taking down the request but havent any luck, thanks for going through all the trouble.