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Paula Danner (#47857127)
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Added by G-Man on Apr 21, 2013 2:07 PM
Tim Childree
RE: Willie Cummings #88692176
There are supposed to be 45,000+ graves in Magnolia cemetery. I estimate that no more than 25,000 of them are well marked, meaning a stone with a first name or initial and a last name. There are many lots with no gravestones at all

If you do succeed in raising the money to buy markers, I would suggest purchasing one large marker with the core surnames in big letters and all the individual names listed below with dates. Use both sides. Look at these examples in Magnolia: FG# 89015616 , FG# 91142972, FG# 79160883.
Added by Tim Childree on Feb 12, 2013 1:06 AM
Tim Childree
RE: Willie Cummings #88692176
The Mifflin markers in Sq 16 Lot 61 are Olivia Nicholas Mifflin (1869-1913) FG# 88657217 and Anna Mifflin (1873-1892) FG# 88657353. There is also a child's marker that I cannot get a decent photo of and I can barely read the name. I think it's "Fleming" or "Heming". It's subsided and tilted to where you can't see much of the inscription.
Added by Tim Childree on Feb 11, 2013 9:00 AM
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RE: Willie Cummings #88692176
I finally got around to transferring Willie Cummings to you. His grave does have a headstone and I posted a picture of it. I also posted one of the lot for the two requests you made. I think the Cummings family owned the east half of lot 61. It looks like the west half belongs to Mifflins.
Added by Tim Childree on Feb 06, 2013 1:26 PM
 

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