|Darlene Lenhart (#47160157)|
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|David Ferguson||Infant Babes of Harry and Floy (nee Perry) Stoltz|
Wow, Darlene, I cannot begin to express how meaningful it was to find this tombstone on the internet today. These babies (four girls) were my mother's siblings, who all died shortly after delivery in the early to mid 1920's. My deceased mother--Barbara (nee) Stoltz, was born after these four.
I was so moved by this picture that I actually just up and drove 2.5 hours today to Waldron Cemetery for the very first time! Once there, I saw my great grandmother and great grandfather's grave, as well as my great great grandfather and great great grandmother's grave. Unreal!
It's probably 30 or so years since anyone from the family has been to this cemetery, and because of your goodness, I saw it for the first time.
Bless you, David
|Pat Shaw||Evelina Williamson Rogers Vandervort [|
Darlene, thanks so much for the picture appreciate your help and the note you left on it.
Added by Pat Shaw on May 02, 2015 4:21 AM
|Darlene Campbell||RE: George and Zula Morse|
Thank you! Love and appreciate the picture. And yes we do have a great name...lol
|Deanne Knapp||RE: Frederick A. Losey|
Thank you and my pleasure.
|Carol Sherbeck Espiritu||William and Martha Boyd|
Thank you for posting tombstone photographs for this couple. As you commented with the photograph, the stone is somewhat difficult to read. It also appears that there is an inscription on the side of the shaft. Do you have any idea of what that might say. The front has William;s dates and Franklin's dates and I am wondering if Martha's dates might be on the side. I am wondering if the 1883 birth date shown for Martha might really be her death date. William married for the second time in 1884. Would appreciate any information you might have.
|Carol Sherbeck Espiritu||Susanna Crist Boyd|
Thank you for photographing her tombstone. A few more years and it might not be readable or even still intact! Your kindness in preserving a record of the stone is appreciated.
|Vonda ||Albert & Mary Morrison|
Thanks again for the great photos you posted on my behalf for the Morrison's in Waldron Cemetery. I appreciate it very much.
Added by Vonda on Apr 27, 2014 7:51 PM
|Vonda ||Caroline & Paul Morrison|
Thanks so much for the photos you posted on my behalf for Caroline & Paul Morrison.
Added by Vonda on Apr 27, 2014 12:32 PM
Just wanted to let you know that my husband and I photographed the entire Howell cemetery in 2012. If William is buried there, he does not have a visible stone. Although his obituary lists the Howell cemetery as his burial place, the online database does not list William Losey as being buried in Davis County.
Sorry I couldn't be more help!
Added by Beegee57 on Apr 22, 2014 8:08 PM
|Terry McKenna||thanks for your message|
I don't have relatives in our nation's long past, but I take pictures because I really want to help. Andů you message is what makes it feel worthwhile. (I do this because other have helped my wife with her researches - her family goes back to our earliest colonial era).
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