|Stacey Shaw||RE: Photo|
You're Welcome! I actually didn't realize there was a photo request for her until after I uploaded the pic otherwise I would have posted individual photos. I don't see that I have a pic for Raymond either. Sorry. I might have missed it or he could be located somewhere else. If you confirm his location with the cemetery I can try and get a pic in the Spring. Just let me know. Warm Regards, Stacey
|Kathi Flyte||John W Day - Will Co, IL|
Please add bio:
John W Day was a man of sterling character and boasted his decent from a pilgrim of the Mayflower. The great reaper gathered him on Nov 3, 1886 at the age of 76 years.
|Joyce Ray||RE: Hartgrove|
|Anonymous||RE: Daugherty photo|
I requested the obit be placed on his F.A.G. link and I'm sure it will be entered in the next day or so. The cemetery had one file with his name as R. Lee. They are correcting it to Robert Lee Dougherty so all files at the office will reflect the correct name.
Sorry there isn't an inscription but I give a little more detail when the photo(s) is enlarged.
|Camille Waggoner McConnaughy||Mont P Shane|
Found him and uploaded headstone.
|Camille Waggoner McConnaughy||RE: Mont P Shane|
The headstone is impossible to read, but it is on the back of Otto's headstone. The dove is also carved in the headstone so it must be him. I need to go back to the cemetery this weekend so I will take another photo for you if you would like. Again, it is illegible.
|RickC||RE: Effie Wells|
You are very welcome.
Added by RickC on May 05, 2015 11:28 AM
|randy||RE: Keplar Family|
Your welcome Pat
Added by randy on Dec 23, 2014 11:53 AM
|MaryInColumbus||RE: Berth Keplar|
Happy to help.
The only Keplar Brenda had was a Martha who died in 1912, I think. Her husband was also buried with her, but they were in memorial. She might have been buried in Potter's field. It is where they bury people who don't have money to be buried. Is that a possibility? Those grave markers were wooden and destroyed in a fire in the early 1900's so they do not know who is buried
there. If you find something else, let me know. Maybe I can do some sleuthing on my own down here.
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