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chmpjf (#47491715)
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Bio Photo I am a native of Georgia, but have lived in 17 different states. One of the things I enjoy is visiting cemeteries and reading grave markers. I get to do that all too often in as much as I am a Baptist pastor. I currently live in the Charlotte County, Fl.

Please feel free to use my photo's to enhance your genealogical records.
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 • 70 Memorials Added
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dan dzurick
RE: Jacob Fischer
Dear chmpjf, there are 45 more Fischers buried in WestPark Cemetery. If interested, then click on index, then WestPark, click on block DOS thru FK, scroll down until you find Fischers then remember their #, click on the name, then scroll page to their #/name to locate plot and info. Remember in the www site use the ~ not a -. You can check the full index for Fischers in other Cleveland city owned cems. Peace, Dan
Added by dan dzurick on Nov 20, 2015 8:19 PM
RE: Melvin Pitman
Thank you for all your digging. I'll keep trying to locate other relatives graves.
Added by Jauers on May 27, 2015 10:40 PM
RE: Melvin Pitman
Thank you for checking the master list. For evidence I was going off of the Tennessee Deaths and Burials Index 1877-1955. Perhaps like you mentioned it could be in reference to the train stop the body came off at. I also looked at the DC and it says Science Hill. I'm not from the area so I appreciate your knowledge of the local burial situation.
Added by Jauers on May 25, 2015 4:25 PM
RE: Orval Thomas Lee
Thank you for your service and all you do for find a grave :) This was my grandfather's brother, I never got to meet him, they were orphans growing up. I unfortunately couldn't find him until I saw he had passed. Seeing the great photo is really nice! Take care!
Added by anbuckeye3 on May 18, 2015 6:40 AM
Orval Thomas Lee
Thank you very much for the photo! I greatly appreciate your help!
Added by anbuckeye3 on May 17, 2015 10:29 PM
Gayle Dicken
Fathers' headstone
Thank you so much for adding the picture of my fathers' headstone.
Added by Gayle Dicken on May 17, 2015 7:19 PM
Good Morning Phillip: Thank you for the tombstone photo for W. M. Cook buried in Science Hill Cemetery, Pulaski County, Kentucky.
I see you are still hard at it. Thank you again for all your help finding my Dye family when I was working in Kentucky.
Added by KaysRoots on May 15, 2015 7:58 AM
Richard Wesley
Hello, again!! Thanks for another set of Marker photos you added to the four memorials. It's really wonderful and I appreciate it!
Added by Richard Wesley on May 12, 2015 10:25 AM
Nancy J. Miller
Joseph Smith
A HUGE thank you goes to you or someone you know for cleaning the stone of my 3rd g-grandfather! I was in the Smith Cemetery in July 1998 and it was in terrible shape. His wife, Polly's stone was not found at that time. Please thank everyone who has a part in helping with that cemetery.
Added by Nancy J. Miller on Mar 27, 2015 9:38 PM
Richard Wesley
Waters/Hall photos
Once again I get to thank you for the marker photos I found on their memorials today. I did not expect you would go trudging through to snow to do it..!! Looks very nice...!! Thanks!! REGARDS, RICHARD
Added by Richard Wesley on Mar 03, 2015 5:03 PM
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