|Brad Minser||Clark Mincer|
Thank you very much for searching the cemetery and confirming that Clark has no headstone.
|janet donner||lulu babbs|
I didnt realize this is a duplicate until I was looking at the site closer but thanks for the picture of the stone it was great. I am working on getting one site for Lulu
|Robin & Beverly Kellison||RE: Graceland Cemetery|
It's been a few years since I've been there but at that time there was no listing posted. Most cemeteries I've visited don't have listings posted unfortunately. Be prepared to walk.
|Karl and Sherry Kueteman||Duplicates|
Thank you for bringing GuyB's duplicates to our attention. We have requested deletion of these duplicates by an Find A Grave admin.
|GLENDA EISENHOUR||RE: Grandma Wieman|
Thanks for your efforts. Unfortunately, this is all the information I have on her. I'll make a notation that the grave could not be located. Appreciate your time and trouble.
Sorry, missed a note that states that the blank lines indicate "open" areas in the plot. Jenean
|Jenean Hamilton||Richard and Ellen Gibbons|
Even though I have obligations for several days and cannot get out to the cemetery to photograph these stones just yet, I did look them up in the cemetery transcription. I sent an edit message to the creator of the memorial. For your records:
Ellen d. 24 Dec. 1894 at age 79
Richard d. 16 Nov. 1894 at age 84
The transcription states that buried in the same plot with Richard and Ellen (Lot 12) are 2 other persons, yet it appears the stones are unreadable as the lines in the transcription are blank other than the last name.
In the neighboring plot (Lot 11) are buried Little Mary, already in Find A Grave and again 3 other blank lines in the transcription.
Lot 10 has new graves, George W., William Gerald, and Mary Ellen Koenick Gibbons. I will add these to Find A Grave.
Good luck, Jenean
|DebraAnnNelsonInman||RE: Robert Wyatt|
I visited this cemetery for the first time several yrs ago. It was under clean up at the time. I knew that there was very few graves had readable headstones. Was hoping that I would find your request. Sorry. This cemetery has history in it. The mass grave seem to be completed and is beautiful. It's is said to have over a hundred graves here. Most unmarked some have metal crosses with no names.
If I can be any help shoot me a msg.
|Lawrence D. McCoy||RE: John F Cox|
You are very welcome. Just some more info however, the grave is on the Audrain County side of this cemetery and not on the Ralls side as it says.
|Rita Collvins Mayfield||Maxwell Kleiser|
Thank you so much for transferring management of Max. I appreciate your kindness very much.
Thank you for the work you do.
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