|Kayla Grimm (#46987404)|
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|Jean Dawson||Jonas Leib|
Thanks so very much for the picture of the
stone and the Historical Marker. Jean Dawson
|Mike Hahn||RE: Samuel Grim|
This is the information that is listed for the cemetery.
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Cemetery notes and/or description:
Located near Hime's Store, below Brownsville, listed are several other graves, plain stones. This is a complete list as compiled by Samuel Webster Piper in the mid 1930's. The orginal books are located in The Washington County Free Library.
|NK56||RE: Besse Whitehouse|
Could you tell me what cemetery she is in
Added by NK56 on Aug 28, 2013 7:02 PM
|Kathi Lynn King||West Newton|
Hi Kayla I have photographed the entire cemetery in West Newton and talked to Cheryl the Office manager this grave has no marker. the request has been made for a photo numerous times would you attach a note to her memorial that her grave is unmarked it will help keep volunteers from going on wild goose chase for a photo. kathi
|Steve Baldwin||Normalville Cemetery/Church|
Thank you for providing the photo of the Normalville Cemetery on Find A Grave. My wife and I will be traveling to the area from Texas for genealogy research on her side. Does the church shown in your cemetery photo have a name? If so, do you know if it was ever named "Church of the Brethren"? If you know the address of the cemetery or can give us the closest cross streets, we would really appreciate it.
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