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|Edward Arnold Swink||Lulu Swink Turner|
Thanks you for getting the grave picture for Lulu Turner. Lulu is my great aunt.
Your efforts are truly appreciated, as we are having the Swink Reunion this Saturday in Uniontown, KS. Lulu was the last sibling to have the grave picture added. Everyone at the reunion will be happy to see the picture.
|Sharon B.||RE: Guerdon Pullins Jr.|
You're very welcome Janis! It was my pleasure!
Best Wishes Always,
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||RE: David McPherson|
Anytime Janis, let me know if there are more you would like to have.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Byron & Charles Hancock|
The two sites have been changed to UNKNOWN--They still may be Maplewood Memorial Lawn in Emporia--that cemetery has lost several people from the Emporia & Chase county, Ks area and their stones seem to turn up months later when volunteers wonder thru the cemetery and happen to photograph their gravesite. It has happened on five other sites that I have in Maplewood Memorial Lawn. So, I wouldn't totally rule out the Emporia cemetery. Richard.
Thank you for taking her photo.
Added by Jauers on Aug 14, 2013 9:34 PM
|Thomas Dunne||Charlotte Williamson-Albany Rural|
I did not find Charlotte's husband in the plot, but I did find others below, If you are interesting in creating a listing, and requesting a photo, I would be more than happy to take them for you now that I know where they are. Below are others in the plot.
Henry Foster Williamson 1854-1918
Mary Mason, his wife 1859-1933
Emely M Williamson Kynes 1856-1947
Charlotte Williamson d:Dec 19, 1894 age 17m
Torrens J Kynes 1882-1977
Thank you for looking for the Pinkston stone. It's unfortunate that there is no marker. I will have a notation made on his memorial about that. Your volunteer time is much appreciated.
|Mary Agnes Hammett||RE: Hill's headstone pictures|
Just glad I can be of some help. You are very much welcome.
|MKS||RE: Jane and John Hiatt|
If I get out there before you do, I will let you know if I find anything also.
Added by MKS on Jul 17, 2013 2:27 PM
|MKS||Jane and John Hiatt|
The Sunnyslope Cemetery has had several complete physical inventories done by various volunteers. The most recent on record was taken in Sept 2000 and updated in Jun 2002. At that time the following information was given on Jane and John Hiatt.
Hiatt, Jane, no stone, female, b. abt. 1823, d. Mar 1, 1912, Row3-N40-2
Hiatt, John, ??, male, d. Apr 1912, Row3-N40-1
Probing of the stone location MAY reveal something. Stones that are at the top of the cemetery could easily be buried at least 10-12 inches.
Added by MKS on Jul 17, 2013 1:10 PM
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