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|DBT||RE: William leach obituary|
The article you are referencing is his 101st birthday in February 1897.. At that time he had 5 children surviving. The only obit I found for him just states he died, no other information added. That is all that I have at this time.
Added by DBT on Jul 24, 2014 9:17 PM
|fml52||RE: O'Shea & Deschamps-Mount Hope|
Thanks so much for tracking down these markers for me. Hope the flat stones weren't too hard to find.
One question if you have time to respond.....are the soldiers buried all together or are they all mixed in with the other graves?
Added by fml52 on Jul 11, 2013 12:13 AM
|fml52||RE: Mount hope cemetery|
Deschamps & O'Shea were soldiers. Their graves maybe will have the generic stone for Canadian soldiers. Thanks for your help.
Added by fml52 on Jul 08, 2013 2:31 PM
|fml52||RE: Leo & Laura Collins|
Thanks so much for taking the photo. Your time & effort is greatly appreciated.
Added by fml52 on Jul 08, 2013 2:26 PM
|Derece Powell||RE: Hebron Powell|
I would like to see the second Powell headstone as Hebron had two daughters and many siblings.
|Derece Powell||Hebron Powell|
Thank you so much for taking the photograph of my great-uncle Hebron Powell's headstone. His birth registration has Hebern as his first name, but he went by Hebron and his birthdate is incorrect on the headstone (most of his siblings did not know their actual birthdates).
|Judy Williams||Azariah Leach|
Azariah died by suicide and is buried in the Public section where there are very few stones. There is not one for him.
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