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|Anna O'Quinn Richter||RE: Edith Flagg|
Memorial # 134293376. She appeared in a few episodes of a reality tv show. I've asked around and I am told that the reason the Add a photo button and an edit choice are missing is that the memorial could have been submitted to Famous for consideration.
|Carol Niehaus||George Kail|
Thank you for all your efforts in locating a burial site for George Kail. I don't have any other information but thanks again. Carol
|Anna O'Quinn Richter||Edith Flagg|
You made a nice memorial for her. Why can't I post her photo or leave a comment through the edit system? Just curious.
|wvy||Ruany Lee, Wisc.|
thanks for the photo of the plot where she is buried, even though no stone there now. I appreciate your time and effort.
Added by wvy on Aug 24, 2014 8:22 PM
|Brenda Caudill Middleton||RE: Fleming Co Cemetery - Worick|
I'm not related,just recorded the Fleming County cemetery & added memorials not posted yet.
|wvy||Allentown Cem stones|
thank you about the pics of thestacked stones, and Findagrave's photo of them. I'll look at them.
I think it's sad too, that no record or map made, but one cemetery groundsman told me while I was there looking for my great-grandmother, that someone in 1960 went to that cemetery and hauled all the broken stones away to the 'creek bank.' He said it had some of his ancestors stones. I said, "did they not make a record?" He said, no, that was before people started looking so much into genealogy and he thought they were thinking they were helping by "cleaning up old broken stones."
At least, they didn't throw them away at Allentown. Sometime, someone may record the names even if the spots are not recorded.
Added by wvy on Aug 17, 2014 9:33 PM
|John Robert Marks||RE: Edits for Lucile Boettcher|
The transfer of Lucile Boettcher's memorial page is not necessary.
Thank you for posting this picture of my Great-grandfather's grave!
Added by LJWagner on Aug 16, 2014 11:50 PM
|wvy||Lemon & Ruany LEE, Wis.|
thank you so much for going to such lengths to try to find a tombstone to photo...even checking those that were "stacked up". I suspect that as old as the graves are, they might not have had a stone, or it has just worn away/broke up, etc. Anyway, I so appreciate all your extra efforts and your info to me about it. winnie
Added by wvy on Aug 15, 2014 7:44 AM
|Nancy W||William Aylward|
Thank you for the article for William Aylward. I added it to his record. It gave me the information to make a few more family links. It says they had seven children but only named six of them. Odd but we'll take what we can get. Every little bit helps. Hope your summer is going well. Yes, it goes by way too fast. Nancy
Added by Nancy W on Aug 15, 2014 5:48 AM
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