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Judy Llamas (#46854247)
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Ann Young
Photo of John Hillard Owens

Thank you so much for the nice photos. Your time
and effort are greatly appreciated.

Ann Young
Added by Ann Young on Jul 28, 2015 4:37 PM
Thank you for the wonderful pictures of John and Sarah Corley's memorial markers. I appreciate your time and efforts in helping me. May you have a great day.
Added by Anonymous on Jul 27, 2015 10:12 PM
Mack Browning
Sanders grave sits

Thank you for making time to take the pictures of the Erastus and Minnie Sanders grave sites. It's very much appreciated.
Added by Mack Browning on Jul 27, 2015 3:51 PM
RE: Festus Bailey
I am going to add a picture of Festus's grave tombstone that my father took in about 1959 before the St Lukes hospital built a hospital on that site. Now a parking lot covers the cemetery. They said they were not aware of the cemetery when they built the site until the uncovered the remains. Patti Bailey Boothe helped me prove that this is where the cemetery had been. The tombstones were all gone I suppose. George Evertte Bailey was buried in
Fairview cemetery, Brownstown, Indiana and his wife's name was Arnetta. His brother, Frank H. Bailey, Sr was my grandfather. I don't have a picture of George Everett's grave but would like to see one if you have contacts in Indiana that would take it I would like to know about that. Fran
Added by Fran on Jul 23, 2015 9:00 AM
Festus Bailey
The picture you have posted as festus Bailey is actually his son George Everett BAiley. It was given to me by Bill Hansbarger but was a mistaken for Festus. Later years grandson of Bessie BAiley sent me the actual picture of Festus which I have posted today.
Added by Fran on Jul 22, 2015 11:21 AM
Sandy Alvstad
RE: Louis Munaretto
Woodlawn is in West Virginia and yes, my aunt told me that is where he is buried. I can't remember the town but it is near Blue Field or Norwood? I think
Added by Sandy Alvstad on Jul 20, 2015 7:17 PM
RE: Reason Mottinger
Correction ---

In an effort to provide more accurate information about this family it has come to my attention that Amaziah Mottinger 1824-1849 was actually Reason's brother. Could you please remove his name from Reason's children list.

Hopefully this will clear up any confusion this may have caused.

Thanks again for your time.

Added by on Jul 17, 2015 4:07 PM
Sandy Alvstad
Could u find my grandfathers grave. Louis Munaretto 1883-1953 and put it in the Woodlawn cemetery records with picture and his friend---Benito is all I have. Thank you
Sandy Alvstad
Added by Sandy Alvstad on Jul 14, 2015 1:37 PM
Reason Mottinger #33997614

I would like to make some changes to his kids here. I am a descendant of his daughter Erminnie (gr gr grandma) on my mom's side and I have done extensive research on these people on Ancestry. Some of them are mentioned but not all and there are two I don't know about. Anyway, here WERE his kids:

Amaziah 1847-1849
Carnley 1853-1930
George 1855-1831
Rebecca 1857-1940
Joseph 1860-1941
Lucina 1862-1960
Louiza 1864-1953
Erminnie 1868-1907
Byron 1873-1957

If you could add these I would be most grateful to you. Thanks for your time.

Marlene Smith

Added by on Jul 13, 2015 2:42 PM
Dogwalker 41
RE: Bowman family
You are very welcome. Happy to help. It was, indeed, a gorgeous day that day. This particular cemetery is very lovely and well-kept.
Added by Dogwalker 41 on Jul 11, 2015 2:58 PM
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