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|Glendora||RE: Whitton Albers|
Thanks. If you look, Laudi posted the photo of the couple, but Julia is my husband's great aunt too. Nice to meet ya :)
Added by Glendora on May 28, 2012 12:46 PM
|Kim D. Garrison||RE: Mack|
You're very welcome. I wish I'd posted the pictures sooner since I took them in June of 2008! It takes time to post these pictures, which is something I dearly love to do. Unfortunately, it requires time I usually don't have to spare.
|WOLFCREEKFOX#2||RE: ELIZA BUCY|
I'm so glad that you enjoyed the photographs. I made a lot of memorial entries for the Wolf Creek Cemetery, based on tombstone photographs which I took. I also worked off of a list of names of individuals, who are interred in the Wolf Creek Cemetery.
I have a number of photographs of stones which I can't read. These are mostly in the older section of the cemetery. If I have a photograph of Eliza's stone it may be one where I can't read it.
However, I haven't taken photographs of every stone in the cemetery, especially the older part. I got very tired that day. I will do my very best to get back to the Wolf Creek Cemetery before Winter sets in, and take some more photographs. I now have a better idea, based off of the list, of where to look for Eliza's tombstone. Maybe it will be readable. There are a lot of unreadable and damaged stones in this cemetery. I think, that the people responsable for the upkeep of this cemetery, have probably done their best with limited resources.
I was born, not far from this cemetery, but my ancesters are mostly interred in two other cemeteries not far from Wolf Creek. The families of people from this area, all go back a long ways, and are very inter connected with each other.
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