Thank you so very much! Thank you for the headstone photos for Katherine (Hastings) Ensley and her husband Clarence Ebert Ensley - and a huge thank you for all you do for all of us who are unable to be in Iowa. All the best - Jo
RE: E. Brockus' tombstone I am making copies of Pollard Cemetery Book today. As soon as I finish, I want to take it back to Mr. Pollard. As soon as I have time, I will look thur the pages. I should be able to find the lot number & location of those graves. There may not be a stone there, but should have some type of marker. Yesterday, I uncovered 3 gravestones (2 were my mother's aunt & uncle, the other was her aunt's relative). If I can find the plot, I may be able to locate the marker or gravestone. I'll let you know what I find out.
RE: E. Brockus' tombstone I haven't found the grave markers yet. I will be going back soon. Walking through the cemetery, I did find 3 or 4 gravestones that were almost totally covered with grass. I dug them out, rinsed with water and took photos. I'll check around E. Brockus's stone, maybe they're just covered with grass.
RE: E. Brockus' tombstone You are welcome. The cemetery record book shows that there are 3 more Brockus graves in Pollard Cemetery. (1) Mrs. E.B. Brockus (2) P. Brockus (3) William Frank Brockus. I didn't find those the other day. I plan to go back tomorrow, and will try to locate them and take pics.
Luther Dallas Irons Hi Alice, I'm looking for a Dallas Irons that was married to Mary Esta Fee & had 2 children, Juanita & Herbert. Mary remarried in 1919, I found no death info for him so I assume they divorced. This Luther Dallas Irons fits the profile, born in Indiana, same year... You added an obit for him but it doesn't list that he ever had kids... He was married to an Alice at that point. Any info you may have is greatly appreciated. Myra