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|Daniel Pletcher||RE: Alvie French|
You are Welcome
I am always glad to honor any veteran around Memorial Day.
|Tom Hedefine||RE: Charlotte Taylor ( little pest ) lol|
You are most welcome
|Tom Hedefine||RE: Charlotte Low and Family, Prospect cematery|
You are correct. The ground stone only mentions Robert and Charlotte. Below is what I received from the office records. They do not have their own stone. Sad and disapointing but at least you know their final resting place. And have the dates for your records to go with them. Sorry but this I find in not uncommon.
*Cemetery Office Records
Interred in plot 108
Low Charlotte DOD Aug 14 1937
Low Robert DOD Aug 29 1937
Low Alexander Taylor 65 yrs
DOD Oct 12 1976
Low Rubena 64 yrs DOD April 3 1985
*(Sometimes spelled Robina)
|Tom Hedefine||RE: Charlotte Low and family:|
I look at it from a Genealogical point of view.
As an example: I had a request that I filled a couple of weeks ago. It turned out to be an extreemely large plot. In all there were 11 family members interred in it. Only 9 names were inscribed on the double sided headstone. Office records confirmed they were all there and dates provided. I as a family historian like to remember each individual equally. How often do I see requests that indicate they have been searching for the resting place of a family member for a number of years, in many cases their names are not inscribed on the monument.
and it provides clues for other family members that I may not know are searching. It can be a source to provide info to those long after I am long gone.
I have completed the photo request for Charlotte Low. If you request pic's for the other 3 family members also interred in this plot I would be pleased to add the pics for them. Just let me know.
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