|Jenean Hamilton||Albert Goetz|
Hi, the stone for Albert is not inscribed with his death date at this time. I will keep an eye on it and take a new photo when it is. If you reply to this message it will be easier for me to let you know when a new photo is added. Thanks, Jenean
|Laura||RE: Adelman/State Road Cemetery|
Wonderful! I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks for your travels :)
Added by Laura on Nov 10, 2015 2:58 PM
|Andii1814||Jacob & Rebecca Fickes / Lower Bermudian Adams Co. PA|
Thank you for the photographs for Jacob & Rebecca Fickes. We were there twice & could not find them.
Some of the family migrated to Bedford Co. PA. as well as others from that church.
|Mary Sicard||Peter and Harmina Brandt|
Thanks for posting photos of their tombstones on their memorial pages. I left a request for a photo of her footstone since it is difficult to see her death date but glad to have what you posted.
|Mary Sicard||RE: Harmina Brandt|
Post the photo you have for Harmina. If it is really bad I will ask yu to delete it. Is that ok?
|Beverly Smith Harker||RE: Emma Engleman|
Thanks Mark. I appreciate that.
|Beverly Smith Harker||Emma Engleman|
Thanks Mark for taking time to search and taking a vey nice grave photo. I really appreciate it.
|JanM||RE: Photo request|
Thanking for looking & thank you for the Roth photo.
Added by JanM on Oct 27, 2015 4:21 PM
|JSOrorke||RE: C.S. Graves photo request @ Morseville, Illinois|
Mark ~ Thanks for checking on this for me, and please don't make another trip out to the cemetery. As I did not make the page for Consider Graves, I was surprised that there seemed to be some mention of him in the Morseville Cemetery. I wondered if it was a cenotaph or perhaps just a note on a parent or sibling's marker, since I knew he was buried in the national cemetery. I appreciate your effort!
Added by JSOrorke on Oct 06, 2015 4:39 PM
|Steve Seim||RE: Green County Farm Cemetery|
You are essentially correct. There are some flat markers in the ground that bear only the grave number. Some of the memorials have grave numbers, so theoretically those could be photographed - but it would be difficult.
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