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Mark&Terry Reed (#46873104)
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Leslie Randle
Mary Alice McLaws Wilkinson
Thank you for updating her memorial.
Added by Leslie Randle on Apr 13, 2014 9:55 PM
Sharon Hunt
Would you be willing to transfer Charles C.Jenkins memorial to me /

Thank you
Sharon Hunt 47020955
Added by Sharon Hunt on Mar 22, 2014 1:16 PM
Alan L. York
Julia Ann Reidhead
Mark, would you be willing to transfer your memorial for Julia Ann Reidhead, 1895-1895 (Find A Grave # 68023114) to my care. I have added information I would like to edit into your memorial. My wife and I visited the memorial this past week. Thanks for your consideration, Alan York, Find A Grave # 46811045
Added by Alan L. York on Apr 08, 2013 9:30 AM
Wendy S. Hockenberry
Ira Klepinger
Do you have the parents names for Ira Klepinger? I found a headstone for the sone of A.L. and O. Klepinger. He died Mar 10 1897. he was only 20 days old. There are several Klepingers in the graveyard, perhaps I can search for more information if you would like.

Thank you,
Wendy S. Hockenberry
Added by Wendy S. Hockenberry on Jun 11, 2011 4:35 PM
Connie Stockton Schmidt
John Best
He is buried in Pierce City Cemetery in Blk 14
Added by Connie Stockton Schmidt on May 28, 2011 8:09 PM
rebecca d
Louise Klepinger
I noticed you have a picture request for Louisa in Battle Ground cemetery in Indiana. A local woman has walked the cemetery and documented every stone in it, and there is not a Louisa or a James W. in the list. I don't know if that means they are not buried there or something has happened to the stone. There are a number of Klepingers there, however. You can see the list at: Just page down to the Battle Ground list. Hope this helps.
Added by rebecca d on Apr 09, 2011 8:49 PM
Cheryl Sterrett
RE: Milton Gay question
I will have to check back on this.
Most of these were transcribed from the o;d cemetery records that my grandpa had.
Added by Cheryl Sterrett on Mar 07, 2011 8:09 PM
Samantha Williams Green
Otto Watson

I have been looking into Otto Watson. I have found lots of info on him, his daughter (Velma Shoffer from the death cert) and his wife. But.. I still cannot locate where he is burried. According to Clear Creek Cemetery they have no recored of him being burried there. I have looked at the death cert. and it does say clear creek. As for the funeral home, its no longer in business. I have contacted the new funeral home that has some of the Thieme Funeral HOme records and they are supposed to be getting back to me. If you would like any of the information (the details) send me an e-mail to and i will e-mail you all i have found. Hopefully ill hear back from the funeral home soon.

Added by Samantha Williams Green on Jan 05, 2011 4:15 PM
otto watson
Hi, we have had no luck in finding Otto Watson. Could he be at another cemetery? Is there any other information you could give us to help? Thanks, Kathy
Added by kaw on Jul 30, 2010 3:21 PM
Gerald Jenner
continuation re your Crownover question.
I hit the wrong key, apparently because my reply to your question today was only briefly touched upon when the machine cut off while I was trying to find more information about your question on the Crownovers. I am delighted that we have been able to support any and all queries through Find A Grave. Sugg Cemetery is one of two cemeteries that I work with, so we can help people who want to know about some of their ancesters who may or may not be buried there. I help manage the data we collect on two cemeteries in Bond County. They are: both Old and New Mount Nebo Cemetery. Sugg Cemetery and Old Mount Nebo cemeteries are both abandoned cemeteries. We have helped keep them looking like they have not been abandoned by writing books that detail their history. We have had much more success financially with the sale of the Old Nebo book than we have had with the Sugg Cemetery book. We have added $18,000+ to the treasury of Old Nebo Cemetery. It looks like an active cemetery because we have enough money to keep it mowed and cleaned up. We have added $2,000+ to the Sugg Cemetery treasury and it looks like an active cemetery because we have an active board of trustees and we have gotten help keeping it mowed by the office of the Bond county Probationer, headed by James Romack. they have been cut back on available funds so they are giving up mowing and cleaning up cemeteries, including Sugg. The book we published in 1987 has information in it than can answer many questions. For example, Find A Grave lists 7 Crownovers buried. Most if not all of that information has only been there since 2009. The book lists 12 Crownovers buried there, but unfortunately the one you asked about is not listed there. The book sells for $20.00 and can be purchased from Steve Brown, our treasurer. His address is 214 Johnson Street, Pocahontas, IL 62275. His phone number is Area code 618-669-2308.I had no idea that Sugg Cemetery was even listed in Find A Grave before you asked about the Crownovers. We are indebted to a Mr. Eccles, who entered many pictures on November 29, 2009. I am the secretary of our board of directors. I have taken some pictures but I did not know Find a Grave even included Sugg Cemetety until today. We are also indebted to Jim Pauk who is a well known photographer for Find A Grave I am sending a copy of this note to him also in appreciation of his contribution. Sincerely, Gerald Jenner
Added by Gerald Jenner on Mar 02, 2010 2:03 PM
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