|T Barker (#47980720)|
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|RobMinteer57||St John/St Joseph in Hopwood|
I added a map almost two years ago to each cemetery showing which is which, because Google Maps had them wrong--I see there is a sign in the picture of St John, and it looks like a fence, too, so there should be no way to get them mixed up. I hope whoever made the cemetery lists didn't get more of them mixed up...
|Michael Stanley Klimczak||Warchol graves|
Thank you so much for these photos of my relatives stones. It's very much appreciated!!!
|Sarah Lane||Claude Brunet Marker|
Thank you T Barker for the perfect photo of Claude Brunet's marker.
|Bill Malsch||John and Agnes Rafitz|
Thanks for the photographs.
|jremaly||Pictures Walking Around Fullmers|
Do you have any pictures of any graves of the Fullmers at Dodson Cemetery that are in the same vicinity? Like ones you would have taken showing adjacent graves. I'd like to see who is buried next to all of them. Even if they aren't Fullmers, this might show people who are related to them. Any pictures of any grave of any of the Fullmers, even if they aren't tagged on FindAGrave would be awesome if you have any of those in your files. :) I have quite a few pictures of the cemetery, but I missed all of the Fullmers when we went a few years ago. If you need anything, let me know and I will look and see if I have any you might need.
Added by jremaly on Jun 28, 2015 12:45 PM
T Barker, thanks for adding all of the pictures of the Fullmers you recently found! Could you please review the pictures you added? Some of them look like they may have been mixed up. The dates on the memorials aren't adding up with the dates shown on the pictures of the headstones you added. For Example, Jacob Fullmer and his son Jacob Fullmer, as well as Daniel W Fullmer and Wesley Fullmer.
Added by jremaly on Jun 28, 2015 11:24 AM
Glad to help.
|Lori Petersen||RE: susannah riddle|
You're very welcome! It was a beautiful day for picture taking :)
According to a family tree on the Ancestry website James was buried on 15th April 1771 in Wingrave. When I get a chance I will pop over there to have a look for you.
|Vonderene||James Timson 1716-1771|
the church in Wingrave is St Peter & St Paul - is James Timson buried there or in Marsworth, whose church is All Saints?
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