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Stephen Schwartz (#47424530)
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Bruce Speck, Kat, LN, Pat and Billy, tony miccicke
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Pat and Billy
RE: Capt. Caleb Cone
Actually, yes. It's a very convoluted layout. Capt Cone's plot is OR 3(=row O, on the rt, headstone #3)

Sorry I left that out!

Pat
Added by Pat and Billy on Jun 19, 2012 11:05 PM
Pat and Billy
RE: Capt. Caleb Cone
It was my honor! I'm glad we were able to find it, just where we thought.

Take care-Pat
Added by Pat and Billy on Jun 19, 2012 7:31 PM
Pat and Billy
RE: Caleb Cone
It's truly my honor. I should have the photo for you in the very near future.

Take care, Pat
Added by Pat and Billy on Jun 05, 2012 11:42 AM
Roibeard53
RE: Evergreen Cemetery, Crane Lot
You're welcome. The "plot 70" detail was not needed for me to find the Crane plot I did visit, so no problem there. It is visible from the road.

I took photos of the plot and the two monuments there and am sending them to you via email along with some other comments and questions so we can determine for certain if they are buried in this particular plot. Their graves may be at that plot but unmarked. Even so, the cemetery will have a map of that plot showing where the graves are on that plot.

The photo of the entire plot will show you it is like and the possible sites for unmarked graves. Then you can check with the cemetery again to ask for exact locations of the two graves relative to the other markers and the open spaces in the plot.

I'm sorry to put you to that trouble, but I ask them for so much help already just getting section locations (and will have to ask for more on all the other requests still outstanding) that I sometimes feel like I've worn out my welcome there.

In any event we will be able to confirm their location shortly.
Added by Roibeard53 on Nov 04, 2011 3:04 AM
Kat
RE: Thank you!
hi, I took pix of everyone in the plot, and will get them up today or tomorrow after work.Do you know her parents' first names, the stones say Mother and Father?
Added by Kat on May 27, 2011 4:12 AM
tony miccicke
RE: Landis and Harms Grave Markers
I could not find the others you mentioned, if you get the time to place the requests on here (other than Harry Landis whom I couldn't find right away), I'll be glad to check next time I'm there
Added by tony miccicke on Apr 17, 2011 6:53 PM
Bruce Speck
RE: Moses and Ellanora Ruhl
You're welcome. I am glad I could assist you.
Added by Bruce Speck on Feb 05, 2011 7:14 PM
LN
RE: Jacob Scheidt Memorial #64756293
Stephen,

I have gone ahead and included the additional information. The only thing I can not do is link his daughter. That needs to be done from her memorial page.

Please go ahead and delete the duplicate now.


Thanks
Laurie
Added by LN on Jan 27, 2011 12:11 PM
LN
Jacob Scheidt Memorial #64756293
Hi Stephen,

Please check you email for a correction on this memorial you created today. It is a duplicate of a previous entry.

Thank
Laurie
Added by LN on Jan 27, 2011 11:43 AM
Bruce Speck
RE: Moses Leininger grave marker photo
You're welcome. I am glad I could assist you. It is interesting to note that in the 1870 US Census, the families of Moses Leininger and William Uhrich were neighbors, and appeared on the same census page.
Added by Bruce Speck on Jan 26, 2011 12:03 PM
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