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tami (#46877721)
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Bill Schraeder
RE: Hamilton photo
Glad I could help. Bill
Added by Bill Schraeder on May 26, 2016 4:43 PM
Kathryn Haenggi Robinett
Thank you!
Thanks, Tami, for the several edit "adds!"
Added by Kathryn Haenggi Robinett on May 21, 2016 6:17 PM
G Brown
RE: Lee & Isabell Barker rosehill-elmwood
You are welcome:) I was surprised when I stumbled across their gravestones. I had looked previously for Isabella's grave and had given up. They are in section A which is kind of confusing on the west side where the stones run in different directions. I would guess the graves are either in A13 or A29 on the front row, near where the stones change direction and face the Old Hartford Road. I hope that makes sense to you:) If you look again and can't find them let me know. Gary
Added by G Brown on May 01, 2016 5:51 AM
Raymond Riley
RE: Vogel Photo
I wish I could help more, but I am not that familiar with the Mt. Vernon cemetery. I am just going up and down rows, taking pictures. I see that I took the picture of Ms. Vogel on May 31, 2014. I also notice that a couple of graves further there are George and Louise Kiefner. I'm guessing that "Franz" can help you with a more exact location. I'm pretty sure it was near the North end of the cemetery, but not positive. Sorry, I can not help more.
Raymond
Added by Raymond Riley on Jun 13, 2014 5:37 PM
babs
RE: Keiper Family
Oops!

Florence Keiper Holton (daughter) 1902-1975
Robert Alan Holton (s/o Florence) 1968-1993

Let me know if they are of interest to you.
Added by babs on Jan 11, 2014 8:15 AM
babs
RE: Keiper Family
I also took pictures of the other Keiper family in Cave Hill.

Wm G. (son)1887-1907
Louisa (mother) 1860-1932
Wm. (father) 1856-1936
Adelia M (daughter) 1893-1911

THE NEXT TWO ALREADY HAVE MEMORIALS
Added by babs on Jan 11, 2014 8:12 AM
babs
RE: Keiper Family
I also took pictures of the other Keiper family in Cave Hill.

Wm G. (son)1887-1907
Louisa (mother) 1860-1932
Wm. (father) 1856-1936
Adelia M (daughter) 1893-1911

THE NEXT TWO ALREADY HAVE MEMORIALS
Added by babs on Jan 11, 2014 8:12 AM
Christina
Old Tell City Cemetery
Tami, I just ran across an Newspaper article from 1994 about the old Tell City Cemetery.
"The original cemetery was located on a hill between the current softball field and 19th street until Greenwood opened in the 1860s. Many of the graves in the cemetery remained in place, undistrubed, until they were moved to Greenwood in the 1960s.
The cemetery hill was then leveled when 19th Street was opened between Tell Street and Payne Street."
I went through the listings for Greenwood Cemetery. There are no Stein headstones. I also compared the dates to others listed there with simular spellings. No other information.
I hope this helps in you search.
Blessings ~ Christina
Added by Christina on Nov 04, 2013 9:34 AM
Laura Whistle Cates Duncan
Ziegler or Immanuel Lutheran?
Tami, I spoke with my point of contact concerning Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery. THAT is the correct name for the cemetery. I'm glad all of this has happened....she and her family have taken care of the cemetery for many years. I've printed the listings for both Ziegler and Immanuel Lutheran and am going to pass them to her. She's going to compare the lists to her records for accuracy. Once that is finished, I'll contact FAGrave administration and suggest that Ziegler be cross-referenced with Immanuel (if not eliminated once all interments have been transferred to I.L.C.) This woman knew Michael Evrards' mother (or grandmother? -- Mabel). She said they were good friends for years but she hasn't heard from her in a couple of years. Apparently Michael was a twin.
Added by Laura Whistle Cates Dunca... on Jan 25, 2013 2:11 PM
Laura Whistle Cates Duncan
Ziegler / Immanuel Lutheran Cem
Thanks for the tip about how to move a memorial on FAGrave from one cemetery to another. After I speak with this long-time resident up the road, I'll make a decision about "my" memorials. At the least, the two cemeteries probably need to be cross-referenced as in "see _____ Cemetery." The contributor who made nearly all of the memorials in ZIEGLER is now deceased which complicates things a tad more.
Added by Laura Whistle Cates Dunca... on Jan 13, 2013 11:19 AM
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