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charles Robertson (#47046087)
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Erin Wiggle
James McKenna
same goes for James McKenna - 1864
Added by Erin Wiggle on Apr 09, 2012 8:47 AM
Erin Wiggle
Patrcik McDade
I have been working with the church on locating this headstone. I could only find one listing for Patrick McDade, for 5/25/1895 age 81...could this be yours?
Added by Erin Wiggle on Apr 09, 2012 8:39 AM
John Glassford
sorry I see that that was a memorial not the gravestone
I will see if I can get the pic for you.
Added by John Glassford on Jul 03, 2010 11:51 AM
John Glassford
Memorial# 32268819 George Towne
Hello. There is already a gravestone photo posted for the subject memorial but you have a request in for it. Are you looking for more pix of the gravesite? I only ask because I live in Andover, Mass. ~John
Added by John Glassford on Jul 03, 2010 12:39 AM
Jeremiah Clifford in Calvary Cemetery
At the spot you indicated, I did not find a stone for Jeremiah. However, I did find one at that spot for John Edward Clifford and Elsie Payne Clifford. I added the memorials and the pictures, in case they were your relatives.

Julie Busse
Added by Julie on May 29, 2010 7:18 PM
Amy Golder-Cooper
J. Kunkle at Lewisburg
I found a JCM Kunkle mausoleum, but the years were slightly different if I was reading through the window correctly(1842-1920). I haven't gone to the cemetery records yet to see if there are separate listings for JCM and for Jonathan. Do you know anything more? Is this another Civil War veteran and I should be looking for a marker?
Added by Amy Golder-Cooper on Oct 06, 2009 4:26 PM
Mary Evans
RE: Harlan Paige Knight
No, problem. I also have additional photos of this family. It was a large family all together. I took additional closeups for you to be able to read the monument for Harlan.
I will send these to you. There were several brothers and sisters! Also, directly behind Samuel and Lydia, right at the end of their sites were two people who appeared to be a married couple that were buried in the Knight plots.
Herman J Fogg and Nancy K Fogg. This was very strange to see these two buried so close behind the parents in the same Knight plot spaces. I have pictures of theirs as well.
The info from Samuels' and Lydias' markers:

Lydia (Goodhue) Knight
Wife of Samuel Knight
May 20, 1891
87yrs, 5mo.

Samuel Knight
d. March 31, 1882
81yrs, 7mos

I will need your email address to send the other photos to you.

Added by Mary Evans on Apr 29, 2009 9:01 PM
Rebecca Emmett
William Garrard photo
Well, there's no stone for his grave. I took the two photos to give some idea of where it should be and orient the viewer towards the central monument, and I put notes in the caption area of the picture to indicate that. In each picture that I took of an unmarked gave in the CSA section at Hollywood, I tried to step off the plots from the row markers (some of which were missing), and place the probable grave site in the center of the camera's focus. Hollywood's records indicate which graves have stones and which do not. I assume that if someone wants to put up a marker, then someone from the cemetery goes out and measures precisely to locate the plot. If you would like to request another photo, perhaps someone else would be more accurate, and I won't be offended in the least. I love visiting Hollywood, but sometimes finding the graves is more than a little challenging. If the staff is not too busy, they will help. On that day there were several funerals in process, and no one was available to help with the location.
Added by Rebecca Emmett on Nov 07, 2008 10:36 PM
Joseph S Burkhart
You are very welcome Charles it was my plesure.
I have done quite alot of photo request and you are the only one that ever said thanks.

That means alot.If I can help you with any others please leave me know.

God Bless
Added by Matt&Sissy on Sep 14, 2008 3:51 PM
James Noble
This stone was painted several times - yes painted, very common for some stones. I might have misread it as 55th since that is a very common Regiment in the Bedford Blair area.In Bates he is listed in the 55th.;cc=moa;q1=noble;rgn=full%20text;idno=aby3439.0002.001;didno=aby3439.0002.001;view=image;seq=00000021

Many times men served the 3 month term then served another with a different company.
Added by Kat on Sep 04, 2008 5:18 PM
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