RE: Thompson, Joseph and Henrietta Janette, Sorry, but I did not take the photos of the stones. I created the memorial, and frankly I don't know why I did without taking stone photo's. This cemetery is a distance from where I live. If you notice under the photo's there is a name or ID as mrs, if you click on that link it will take you to the person's contributor page that is responsible for the photo's there you can request to use the photos. I do not know the person that took them. Wish I could help you more, if there is anything I can help you with please let me know. One thing I did notice it looks like the person used a trick that I use that is to use shave cream and a squiggle to clean it off and bring out the letters. Pete
caroline anderson. caroline Anderson no. 17273968 boone co. ill. death cert. = caroline Julia Anderson born Manitowoc co., wisc. died Manchester twp. boone co., Illinois dec. 3 1909. age 46 yrs. & 1 day. this cem. is for Norwegian Lutheran church in Manchester twp.. see other Norwegian inf. at genealogy trails, then boone county Illinois.
John Alexander Ross/Gill Cemetery This is the message you sent me about the stone at Gill Cemetery Van Buren Crawford County Arkansas, USA "The headstone book does not have this name listed. I looked under other names and found none. Could there be another name." I do not know of any other name and his wife Hettie Lenodell /Campbell/ Ross, does have a stone but I am not sure if John does his obit says he's buried there so I would assume it is next to his wife. But I can not say for sure that their is a stone for John. I thank you for taking the time to try. I am thankful.
RE: Mary "Polly" A Shoop Hello Janette. Thanks for the message and again for the photograph of Mary's headstone. Mary was the sister of Simon Shoop. Simon and Elizabeth McPhetridge had a son, William Noah Shoop (1856 - 1926), which Mary cared for after their death. She and William traveled together to Crawford County. William later married my grand aunt, Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" Broome Shoop. - Jack W. Broome