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Michael [Randy] Walsh
RE: McLeavy
Discovered after seeing your entry and locating the spot under the tree that she is buried a few feet from her sister which I hadn't realized upon taking the photo. I will add another photo very soon which shows the area including her sister's marker in one photo.
Added by Michael [Randy] Walsh on May 24, 2014 10:43 AM
Find A Grave Jen
RE: Juliet Brown
Glad I could help
Added by Find A Grave Jen on Nov 23, 2013 8:03 AM
John Miller
RE: Emma Grant HARVEY
Happy to help. Note that I have also added photos for Alma Grant (her sister?) and Emma and George Grant (her parents?). All on the same stone. Location is 39 35.868' N, 75 56.145' W.
Added by John Miller on Feb 15, 2012 6:00 PM
Elaine Roach Taylor
RE: Stinnett, Cache Cemetery
You are so welcome. I know all about those brick walls.
Added by Elaine Roach Taylor on Aug 26, 2010 7:02 PM
"Thank you so much for the photos!!! Thank you also for taking photos of all sides of the monument. By your doing that, I was able to solve a brick wall mystery! Your efforts are really appreciated!!!!!!"

You are very welcome for the photos. I had fun doing it. I was going to give up and go home to find out who to contact to ask where the plot would be (a LOT of graves in that yard) when I spotted it on my way out. No point in going to the trouble if you don't take the time to get all relevant info off the monument, so I made sure to photograph all sides that had something on them.
Added by Patrick on Jun 18, 2010 9:49 PM
Steve Stumpp
You are quite welcome for the photo.
It was a nice day for a drive.
Added by Steve Stumpp on Nov 10, 2008 5:16 AM
Marie & Dale V.
Holy Rood Cemetery
Dale and I walked Holy Rood on Sunday and didn't find a stone for your Maria McLeavy. The cemetery is in Horrible shape, with many fallen face down, broken overgrown by trees and bushes. but no McLeavy stone was found.
Added by Marie & Dale V. on Apr 14, 2008 5:53 AM

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