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Charles Wilton (#47108919)
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Bio Photo Not dead yet, in Berea Kentucky.

Any headstone or cemetery photos I've taken of your friends or family you are welcome to use.

If you have a correction to suggest or would like me to transfer ownership of a memorial, please be in touch.

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Stan Fleming
Donald Edwards
Thank you very much for providing a photo of Donald Edwards's headstone. I really appreciate it.
Added by Stan Fleming on Oct 15, 2014 4:09 AM
Karen Sipe
James Gugins
Sorry Charles. Thank goodness that hasn't happened very often. It will be a couple weeks before I get the chance to go back to the cemetery so I am not going to claim you request. This will leave it open should someone else be able to get you photo sooner.

If not I will try again as soon as I can.
Added by Karen Sipe on Oct 09, 2014 9:43 PM
Clark Eversole Photo
Thank you for taking the time to take the photo of Clark Eversole's headstone.
Added by Peggy on Oct 07, 2014 12:32 PM
Zelma Boatwright - In Restlawn, Edmonds, WAsh
Hi Charles-

I contacted the cemetery office to locate the burial place for your Zelma Boatwright. There is no marker. I have taken a picture of the lot, where she is buried.

I have a few pics I would like to send to you, if you would like, and then you will be able to see the surrounding area where Zelma is buried.

There is a row with about 4 markers, in a row, in the second row, where Zelma is buried. She is buried in the row 2 - and just west of the picture I posted. she is buried under a tree. I will also post this pic. It is near the road and very easy to find, if you visit and are looking for the grave.

I am involved in trying to obtain grants to place markers on unmarked graves. Please let me know if you are family, as I will be contacting family later this year.

Cheers from Edmonds!
Added by Tami on Oct 05, 2014 8:52 PM
John Speer
James Gugins
You have asked him to be linked to two women as parents. I am fine with that these days, but back in the 1800's ... I'm going to deny it. Please check again, thanks.
Added by John Speer on Sep 30, 2014 3:59 PM
RE: William O'Dell @ Greenwood
You're welcome.
Added by traycx on Sep 30, 2014 12:42 PM
Linda Oelze S
Transfer request
If you would like to transfer my 3rd Great Grandmother and Grandfather to me that would be fine. 65079432 and 65079391. Thanks again Linda.
Added by Linda Oelze S on Sep 06, 2014 6:34 PM
Martha Chrisman Riley
Jason and Willie Coyle
Thanks for the photos of my grandmother's cousins' memorials. I would not have guessed they were on the back side of the Coyle marker! If you have time, could you please take a photo of my mother's marker? She is Dorothy Chrisman, very near the entrance of the cemetery on the left side, fairly close to the road before it splits off. She died in 2011, so it's fairly new. Thank you! Martha
Added by Martha Chrisman Riley on Sep 03, 2014 7:39 AM
Gregg Leeser
James Barnett Cemetery
Dear Charles,

If you ever get a chance to get out to the cemetery again, I had a military gravestone installed at the grave of Samuel Meeks and would love to see a picture of it.

The Funeral Home that accepted the gravestone and that I paid for the installation never sent me a picture of the finished work!

Thanks so much!

Gregg Leeser
Added by Gregg Leeser on Sep 02, 2014 4:19 AM
An Old Soul
Gustava Peters
Thank you!
Added by An Old Soul on Sep 01, 2014 7:00 AM
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