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A. Anderson (#47111273)
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JAB
RE: Photo Request Wilton Stone
Found them!! I called the cemetery office and they explained they were a little west of where I was looking. Turns out 40K and 41K are sections in Eternal Gardens and not section 41 grave k as I originally thought when I found another section 40 and 41. Have uploaded all of the pictures. Enjoy!
JAB
Added by JAB on Apr 06, 2011 4:49 PM
JAB
RE: Photo Request Wilton Stone
Not to worry, I will check with office. I see in the database they list 40K and 41K. I will work on it more. Since you know they are definitely there we will find them.

My Bellows line started in Vermont, but not the Bellows Falls Vermont. We can only trace back as far as Eugene Bellows in VT from the Civil War. We think he and his wife were french canadian as they spoke french in the house, and that when they migrated into Vermont changed their name to Bellows.

JAB
Added by JAB on Apr 06, 2011 7:47 AM
Carol Moore-Blagg
RE: Akers Family
You are most welcome. I'll get a picture for Rose, the next time I'm down there.

Take care:
Carol
Added by Carol Moore-Blagg on Mar 31, 2011 5:59 PM
Carol Moore-Blagg
RE: Akers Family
Hi there:
Just wanted to let you know that I took care of all your requests today regarding the Akers Family in King City. You can look at their pages and see that I added a picture of each persons headstone, as well as a picture of the family plot. Before I went to the cemetery, I stopped and bought flowers for all of the graves. I hope that was alright with you. I like to leave a little something at each grave when I take a picture, that way they're always remembered. I do want to tell you that in looking at the list of Akers at the cemetery I found a Rose Akers that I didn't find with the family plot. After I got home, I looked her up and she's just across the way, so next week when I go back, I'll add a memorial for her as well and leave flowers. If you can think of any other family that you have before next week, please let me know so I can make sure to take pictures for you of those as well.

Take care and God Bless:
Carol Moore-Blagg
Salinas, CA
Added by Carol Moore-Blagg on Mar 27, 2011 8:05 PM
Carol Moore-Blagg
RE: Akers Family
When I went on the Names in Stone page to find where Mr. Akers is buried, I looked under the Akers name and found several. I will make a note of all of them and takes pictures. If any of them do not have pages, I'll either make one or let you know, so you can do so. I'll keep you posted. Have a great week!!!
Added by Carol Moore-Blagg on Mar 23, 2011 2:41 PM
Carol Moore-Blagg
Cecil Akers
Hi there:
I just received your request for a picture of Mr. Akers' headstone. I would be honored to take care of that for you. I went to the site, and there was no button to click on in order for me to accept the request, so I'm just letting you know myself. I live in Salinas, which is about 45 miles or so from King City, but I go down there all the time for other requests, and currently have another request that I'll be taking care of just as soon as it stops raining here. They say Sunday could be a day of no rain, so hopefully that's when I'll be able to get this take care of. In the meantime, if you have any other family that might be buried at the Kind City Cemetery, please go to the website www.namesinstone.com. Click on the King City Cemetery in the drop down box and then just type in a name of someone you're looking for. If they happen to be buried there, the website will show you exactly where they are buried within the grounds. It's a great tool in helping me look for people, and one reason I always accept requests for that cemetery because it's so user friendly. Get back to me before the weekend if you can if you find anyone else you'd like a picture for.

Sincerely:
Carol Moore-Blagg
Salinas, CA
Added by Carol Moore-Blagg on Mar 23, 2011 11:44 AM
 

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