|Rosemary Royce Schullery (#46815693)|
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I am researching the following names: Farrar, Lundborg, Wales, Carlson, Royce, Miner, Brew, and Taggart. I have also researched my husband's family names: Flint, Werder, Young, Hall, Schullery, Wagner, Ludwig, and Jelenik.|
Also included is a memorial to our wonderful dogs:Starr and Copper Schullery
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I posted the photo of the headstone for Pauline and her parents are on the same stone. If you would like their photos, please create memorials,put the requests thru and I will be happy to add them or you.
Father Karl Assenheimer 1876-1966
Mother Paulina 1880-1963
|ღD.Frederick Birely||RE: Twila Fargher|
You are very welcome. I knew you had her family so I transferred her to you, please link her sons if you haven't already
|LeeAnne||RE: Grant Cemetery|
I went ahead and added the pics. Like you, I figured it was such a small cemetery, I'd just get them all. Thanks!
Added by LeeAnne on Mar 15, 2013 9:16 PM
|JimBang22||RE: Margie Whited Wilds|
Thanks, I will try to contact her.
|JimBang22||Whited in Hopeland, Cemetery|
I really don't know how this works but you did Margie Whited Wilds in Hopeland Cemetery. I would like to have her parents and any siblings as well. I do not know there exact death dates but here is information I do know:
Annie E Foltz Whited
Birth: Jan 1875 in Pennsylvania
Death: abt 1957-60
David Franklin Whited
Birth: 15 Aug 1871 in Illinois
Death: abt 1959-64
Laura Mary Whited Bangtson
Birth: abt 1901 in Illinois
Death: 12 Jul 1960 in Princeton, Bureau, Illinois
Thanks so much--Jim
|C. Bryan||RE: John F. Wales Memorial|
You're very welcome. Good I got there in time for the sun to still be on that wall. A very quiet and pretty setting. Best - cb
Added by C. Bryan on Jan 15, 2013 10:50 PM
|Sara||Windham Center Cemetery Windham CT|
I don't mean to complain...but please...please don't use shaving cream on the gravestones to make the lettering become clearer when you take gravestone photographs. Shaving cream has too many chemicals in it...leeches into the stone itself and doesn't wash off completely with the rain. All the websites that I have seen on how to take gravestone photographs do not advocate this method...and recommend just pouring water on the stone if you want the inscription to darken to be read better.
Thanks so much,
Added by Sara on Dec 14, 2012 2:56 PM
|K. Roberts||RE: Younggren Graves in South Pleasant View|
Will probably take a photo to find the correct answer.
I'm out of request, If you'll make the request.
|Bluebanana||RE: Susannah Wales|
wow, hadn't heard of that. Interesting. Thanks so much for the tip.
I have to ask, do you have a special photo program? How in the world did you have white on dark for the lettering, was that something that you traced and scanned or is it an actual program. It's fantastic. It is so hard to read so many of the older ones. Thanks.
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