|Francie Ede||RE: Wards|
I added members of the Ward family because Mildred Ward married into my Schultz line.
|historianne||re: Grover & Jessie Herron & John Bruce Albanese|
Again, you are very welcome!
|historianne||r: Carl Herron|
Most welcomed. I have a few more requests fulfilled for you. Will upload this weekend.
|historianne||re: John Bruce Albanese|
Should have him in a day or two!
|historianne||re: Elijah Hilton|
You are very welcome!
|Terry Kinman||RE: Reuben Ward of Pike Co., IN|
Yes, William Foster is Mary's second husband; They had a son named James Ward Foster born in 1836 in Pike County; Mary's brother, John (1802-1847) married my 2nd Great Grand Aunt, Mary Kinman;
|historianne||re: Russell & Walter Riddle|
You are very welcome! Keep looking. I am adding hundreds of Sunset names weekly and may add someone you are missing. Thanks for deleting the default cemetery photos and for adding plot info. I think it makes the memorials so much better. Weather turned yucky again so I am not sure when I will get back to Calfee, but hopefully within a week or two. I still have over 1,000 names on my computer to add for Sunset, so I don't need good weather- plenty to keep me busy until I go on to the next section. Thanks again for your kind words and encouragement!
|historianne||re: Dave & Cleda Riddle at Maplelawn 1-10|
Thank you very much for your kind words. They came after spending 3 hours photographing and searching for requests. Keeps me going. As for the farm- try to get the GPS. Going once and getting pics of every grave would keep most people from wanting to make the trip themselves. If I have forgotten to answer any questions just remind me. I couldn't find Elijah? at Calfee but hope to make another sweep before too long.
|historianne||re: Herron Family at Sunset|
Since I have added all of the Memory section- did that a couple months or so ago, I am pretty sure no other Herron's are there. Larry "Buster" Hobbs sounds familiar. I hope it is a photo I have already taken but haven't had time to add. I do so much walking through the various sections but can't remember later where a familiar name is located. BTW, I have seen Herron's throughout the cemetery since that is one of my ancestral names. My Herron's were in early PA and then early Ohio. Eventually I'll get it all done!
|historianne||re: Winifred Daniel|
The stone vase itself has cracked. The other vase and the stone vase are held together by the black tape. I felt the tape and it has no adhesive to it- just tied the vases together and to keep the one from falling down. His grave could use some more dirt as it has subsided a bit. I took pictures of the back of the vase should you want to see the damage.
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