|Ben Worden (#46930790)|
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My family research includes: |
WORDEN--OR, NE, WI, MI, NY & MA;
CLARK--OR, MT, NE, WI, MI, NY & MA;
MILLER--MO, OH, PA;
YEAGER--NM, TX, OK, AR, VA;
DALE--OR, KS, IN, TN, VA;
HOUGH--AZ, CO, MO, PA
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|Marguerite Little||Clark Family Monument @ Maple Grove in Cottrelville, MI|
Cheney & Mary CATHERINE Clark in St. Clair Co, MI.
Hi Ben - The large family Monument on the Clark plot has fallen over on its face and is not readable. Perhaps you can contact the Starville Church Address: 7436 Starville Rd, Cottrellville, MI 48039 Phone:(810) 765-5560 and request that it be repaired by the congregation or a monument company. This is the most PRECIOUS & serene little cemetery that I've ever visited and I sat for a while and listened to the birds, enjoying the lovely fencing & field landscape in the country - a very special place. I'm posting photos of the markers . . . I knew Cheney & Mary CATHERINE would be buried next to their daughter Clara Clark.
|Marguerite Little||Frank E. Robertson @ Hillside in St. Clair, Michigan|
I visited the St. Clair City Hall yesterday to review the cemetery records. PLOT: Block 5, plot 4. born in Michigan. (cause of death: angina pictoris) I could not locate a headstone but hoping a 2nd pair of eyes can locate with the plot info. The sections are very large & no portable map. Lovely flowering trees line the cemetery with large Oak trees within. The cemetery overlooks the River. 82% of this cemetery has been photographed on find-a-grave so I'm discovering there are several unmarked graves or some are not legible.
|skydancr||mead picture Little Auglaize Cem|
Sorry, but this stone is so worn, it is very hard to read. I will try going back at a different time of day and see if I can get a better picture.
Added by skydancr on Mar 30, 2013 4:24 PM
|Nathan Haines||RE: Leo and Ramona Murphy|
No problem, I go there a lot.
|Nathan Haines||Leo and Ramona Murphy|
Hello Mr Worden,
I have gone and checked on the Murphy gravestone 5 times over the past couple weeks. I was hoping it would warm up a bit at least once when I was there. The letters on the stone are full of water and moss and are frozen solid. I brushed what moss would come off the stone above the surface the best I could. It is been in the lower 20's the past couple nights here. Oregon normally has real mild winters. Last year it only got down below freezing twice the entire winter that I can rememeber, and that was only down to about 30 degrees. About every ten years we will get a winter that is colder than average and get colder temps for a longer period of time. That is what is going on this year. You can see from the pics that it is pretty cold and icy. This particular section of this cemetery is surrounded by tall trees and the sun is at such a low angle this time of year it just does not get up high enough to get above the trees so this area just stays frozen. I will see if I can get better pics later in the year when the weather is better.
|Reverend Larry||Floyd Marker|
Thank you for the link info.
Do you know any more info on the other Markers that we have at the Arlington Cemetery?
|Anne Cady||RE: Grant Littlefield|
Done, but everything I've seen (including an inventory of the cemetery) shows he died in 1914 in Canada and is buried in Emo Cemetery in Ontario. That is why I hadn't created a marker for him when I added the other Littlefield's I found in that cemetery.
|Vickie Clark||Luther Pomroy Osborn Corners Cemetery|
Thank you for the additional information and links. I have updated the memorial.
|Calmly Searching||Edson Taft Lewis, and Edra P. Hough Lewis|
Received your transfer requests. How are you related? Which one is blood relation?
|Linda Lyons||RE: Jennie Clark Worden|
The musleum doors are locked. Will have to see if they will open them Ill call the clerks office
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