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|D Jones||RE: Percy Costin|
You are most welcome. I love the Percy's story! Thanks for sharing it and enjoy!
Added by D Jones on Nov 13, 2013 11:12 AM
|D Jones||Percy Costin|
You may already know this but Percy was cremated in 1979 and the cremains were buried at Wheaton Cemetery in 1982. The stone also show B. Elaine who, I assume was his wife. I took a closeup shot of her side of the shared stone too.
Added by D Jones on Nov 13, 2013 10:47 AM
|Shari R.||RE: Moore graves in Evergreen|
You're welcome. It's a beautiful cemetery and well kept.
Added by Shari R. on Oct 16, 2013 2:27 PM
|Kevin Jackson||RE: Hodgins|
You are so very welcome. I am glad I could be of assistance. Best Regards, Kevin Jackson
|family_ties||RE: Hodgins grave|
Thank you for your message, I am happy to be able to help. Next to the headstone for Elizabeth and James Hodgins was a matching headstone for a Thomas Henry Hodgins died 1880 aged 17. Also listed on this headstone were several other names including 3 infant children. It appears to be a family plot. Although extremely difficult to read, I have copied the inscription and have a photo of this one also. The are many Hodgins scattered throughout Campbells Hill Cemetery. Maitland Burial Register (available on the net) has them all listed in alpha order. If any of them belong to you, let me know and I'll be happy to seek them out for you if you want them.
|Ron Spurr||RE: Hodgins|
I post so many of these for so many people, which cemetery is it in. I would be more than thrilled to transfer it you if you want.
|Cheryl Clarridge||RE: Henderson - St John's Anglican|
Your more than welcome for the pic. St. John's cemetery is a nice place to take pictures.
|Jo P||RE: St Peters Cemetery, London|
Thank you so much for your message! I am pleased to help! Your appreciation means a lot! Best of luck always, Jo
Added by Jo P on Sep 18, 2013 9:27 AM
|B. C. B. : :=)||RE: Edmund Scarrow|
I belive I managed to locate his name yesterday.
It was on another family marker. Will post it shortly.
|B. C. B. : :=)||Ed Scarrow|
I was at the "St. James on the Line" cemetery.
Sorry could not find him. The man who looks after the Cemetery showed up, He does not recall
the name, and he has been doing it for 17 years, and could find other names from memory.
If Ed was an inmate of the Asylum when he died, he could be in the "Asylum Point Cemetery" with no name marker.
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