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Thomas L. Harman (#46867870)
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Bio Photo I became interested in my family roots while helping my daughter on a class project about genealogy. I didn't start my actual research until a few years later, but have now been involved in 16 years of active research and there's no sign of an end to it.

Since joining Find-A-Grave, it has led to the discovery of so many more relatives that I would probably never find without the kind efforts of so many others.
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Virginia Brown
RE: Glenn Gunn
Thanks, Tom
That is wonderful! I have appreciated your help.

Added by Virginia Brown on Oct 23, 2014 5:29 PM
Virginia Brown
RE: Glenn Gunn
Hi Tom,
Thanks for your help. I should never have deleted Glenn's memorial without doing more research. My only excuse is not being as organized now that I'm using my husband's computer, while he updates mine.

I have added a new memorial for Glenn, linked him to his parents, and asked Peggy to delete her memorial. So we will see. Perhaps numbers are important to her. Hopefully, a photo of his tombstone will be posted again soon.

BTW: While looking for his obit I found a newspaper article showing the celebration of his parent's 50th wedding anniversary. It gave a list of their children. He was named as one who had died.

I hope you don't mind, but have thanked you for your help on his memorial.

Added by Virginia Brown on Oct 23, 2014 3:29 PM
RE: Riddle
I'd filled a request for Dean once before. Both times explaining the garden's lack of markers in the photo caption.

At least this time the lamp worked and the photo wasn't so dim.
Added by cartwrightbride on Oct 23, 2014 3:05 PM
RE: Riddle
I reread your previous message. The ashes of the deceased are spread in and "...become part of the garden". No tombstones, no plaques. I confirmed this with the office once before and was assured that the books are the only memorials kept for the inhumed
Added by cartwrightbride on Oct 23, 2014 1:56 PM
RE: Riddle
The church has no markers, only the memorial pages in the binders they keep in the vestibule.
Added by cartwrightbride on Oct 23, 2014 1:54 PM
Virginia Brown
RE: Glenn Gunn
Thanks Thomas,
I will be happy to create it again like it was.
Added by Virginia Brown on Oct 23, 2014 1:42 PM
Virginia Brown
Glenn Gunn
To make matters simpler, I have deleted my memorial for Glenn even though mine was created earlier. The other member had the correct name.

Added by Virginia Brown on Oct 23, 2014 10:59 AM
Your welcome.I had no trouble finding them as they are in a corner spot that you just cant miss.(Even though I did the first time).
Added by mroseb on Oct 19, 2014 5:41 PM
Susan Ing
RE: Short / Abbot
There was a burial in the next lot recently. Give it some time to get cleaned up and I will look for personal stones.

No names on the family monument. It seems to be in the middle of the lot.
Added by Susan Ing on Oct 17, 2014 4:14 AM
Susan Ing
RE: Short / Abbot
It is possible there are flat stones but there is still plywood and mud there. It may be awhile but I will look after they clean up the mess The one flat stone was on the other side of the monument
Added by Susan Ing on Oct 16, 2014 4:46 PM
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