|Sue Trentman (#46994800)|
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|Christina ||Owen, Thomas|
I have added photos for Thomas Owen (Sec R, Lot 609 Space 1). I also added a photo for Hattie (Bessie) Owen (Sec R, Lot 609, Space 2).
|Larry Bloom||RE: Walter Harner|
Sue, You are welcome. Glad I could help'
|Brenda & Pete||RE: Amos and Martha Crook|
You're welcome. Glad we could help.
Brenda & Pete
|Cousin Becky||RE: Krugh Cemetery|
You are very welcome, Sue. If you are ever here in the Spring(pre-planting) or fall(after harvest) we would be glad to take you there to see it. My husband says we could drive back there over the cornstalk stubble even tho it would be a bumpy ride. There used to be a road many years ago through the woods on the field's edge. It might possibly even be walkable (watch out for poison ivy) any other time of yesr-but a trail would have to be blazed! E-mail me firstname.lastname@example.org if you ever want to go.Becky
|Cousin Becky||Krugh Cemetery|
I'm sorry to say that this cemetery is in shambles. Almost sll markers are fsllen over, some face down. They are too large to be manually moved. This is probably the case with Jacob's marker. My husband and I tramped 1/2 mile back there over a bumpy field (after harvesting-impossible to access when the field is planted.)We took photos of all the readable markers and entered them on the site. A bad winter upheavel the next year when we went back to try to pry the smaller markers over for reading, saw some of the ones we had previously read-now lying face down!! So sad. I can copy the cemetery record from the library's book if you need it for a proof.) But there is no marker to photograph now.
|Jimi Brown||RE: Harry C. Hartrum|
You are welcome!
I been looking in the cemetary and haven't been able to find sorry
Added by lori on Apr 02, 2011 9:51 PM