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|My sister got me started. I don't have a lot of free time to pursue this; but, have enjoyed it when I do. Is a great family outing talking about the people and the times that they lived in.|
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|Jeannine Turner||Mildred McIntyre|
Hi, You have listed that Mildred McIntyre is in the Walnut Hill Cemetery.
I have a picture of her headstone in the Poor Cemetery in Mozier Il.
I know she died in Logan County, but her family is from Calhoun County.
Have you seen an actual stone in Walnut Hill for Mildred McIntyre? Would you be so kind to take a picture of it for me?
I'm wondering if she is buried in Logan County but then also has a stone in Calhoun County. The weird thing is her parents, Roy and Zilpha, are buried in Oak Grove Cemetery in Jersey County.
|Shari Hanson Frey||Blue memorials|
Thanks! Looking forward to seeing the pictures.
|charles mcdonald||RE: James Collins|
His wife's name was Virginia M.
Sorry for your experience, but I got the info off a cemetery listing on one of the county websites as I recall. Have not been able to go back and find it tho. These were the only two Shasteens I had associated with this cemetery and assume from dob they were twins. Another fella who has posted some 88,000 listings had put John F up and I duplicated it because I had found more detailed dates, so I assume he probably got it from a listing also.
Please accept my apologies for wasting your time. i try very hard to verify info before sending someone out, but it is hard to get good info. I will pull down the requests on both and indicate you walked the cemetery and found nothing. Would make sense that they were probably small worn stones or even maybe no stones.
thanks again for your time and efforts, and again, sorry for the wasted trip.
Added by Ray S on Oct 26, 2008 5:40 PM
|Audrey LeRew||LaRue in Walnut Hill|
Thank you so much for your time and effort to find these graves. This is a very big help and is much appreciated.