|Leesa Ross Steimle (#47095956)|
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|Mary D||RE: Grave of Emmett Ross|
You're entirely welcome. I added pictures to his wife's memorial also. enjoy.
Added by Mary D on Nov 30, 2012 9:01 PM
I added your pictures to your memorials today, went to Forest Hill Cemetery. There were more Ross stones buried under the same Lot number that I took for you, so they must all be related. If you want to email me offline, I can send them to you. There was a Mary 1832-1906, "Father" 4 July 1778-10 March 1879, and another stone that was so old I could hardly read the writing on it.
Added by Lorikris on Mar 15, 2012 1:46 PM
|Sarah Meyer||Ross family grave markers|
I looked closer at the photos I got at Mc Combs cemetery. I am pretty sure that the inscription on the large stone reads Emma L. Ross. there is also an inscription on the opposite side of the stone. It seems to be another name but it is hard to read. the pictures i have are closeups. I am new to find a grave so i am not sure how all this works but i would like to email you the pictures i got.
my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Sissel||RE: Wright Family/Princeton Illinois|
My Mothers family: Dorothy Virginia(Mother), Oscar E.(Grandfather)Putnam, Illinois area, David A.(Great Grandfather) Bradford, Illinois area, George(Great, Great Grandfather)moved to Missouri after the Civil War, David(Great,Great,Great Grandfather) West Virginia area. Their family is huge!
Added by Sissel on Sep 26, 2010 7:14 AM
|B.J. Waters||The Bakers - Roosevelt Memorial Park|
Hello. I am about to fulfill your request for Elsie. Her husband William is buried next to her. I noticed there wasn't a memorial for him, so I created one and added the photos and the link to Elsie. If I can further assist you, please let me know.
|Donna Black||Nancy Gilliland|
How Funny! I just got your request for a picture of Nancy Gilliland's grave. I know right where it is.
|Richard K Thompson||Amos Prather headstone at Maple Hill Cemetery|
Leesa, I am filling your request for Amos Prather at Maple Hill cemetery in Van Buren County, Iowa. The monument was easy to locate (Section 1, Row 12), but I discovered that it is quite covered in lichen and so the engraving is somewhat obscured. I debated whether to scrape it away, and finally decided against doing so as it seemed quite 'natural' as it was and I didn't want to risk causing any damage. His name and death date were visible in person, with the addition of "age 41 years" as well. I hope that the pictures will suffice for your interest. All the best, Richard K Thompson, Fairfield, Iowa.
|Kathleen Fleury Bilbrey||Hi|
Your very welcome , have a good weekend
|Kathleen Fleury Bilbrey||Hi|
I will be sending you all the pics I took of Mr Ross's headstone today in the email.
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