|Karen Troxel (#47163237)|
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|To all the family members who are not with us in body, but in spirit, who departed this life, and went to heaven, God Bless You!|
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|Keith Shetzer||RE: Lowmaster|
Your very welcome. Your probably asking yourself why only a close up? My camera battery died as I found Alexander so I used my cell phone and for whatever reason that was the only picture that came out. I am going to go back to take a few better pictures.
I added his parents...
Added by FranBod on Mar 22, 2013 10:50 AM
|jean Speed||RE: Henry Beecher Reigel|
You're very welcome. :)
|Brad Foster||RE: Julian & Annie Mae McKinnon|
Your welcome. Glad I could be of help.
Hi Karen :O)
The other 2 Mintons I have... I believe I took those pics on the same day as the family plot photos, which would mean they were close by. Let me know what you find out.
And if I can find some of your family in Garden of Memories... hmmm, perhaps I will go to the office and LIE!! Tell them I'm a granddaughter or something... maybe they will help me then..??? I'll see what I can do! ...if you could send me some names?? my email is email@example.com. My husband has promised to take me graving the first weekend he is off work which will be in 2 weeks. :O)
|thefifthofnov||John Stackhouse # 40553735|
He is exactly where you said. East side of Cycadia, near the fence. I just took a different long view, as cars were lined up by the fence. He is in Section I. I did verify with the caretaker. I threw the sheet away with his precise plot location. My friend, Linda Flowers, has worked extensively there. She has his plot listed at her website. 3rd name down.
It's funny, as I am documenting I come across alot markers with just initials. Usually a footstone. John's stuck in my noggin because it didn't really match up with any one else, as I thought it may be a footstone for a headstone that had sunk.
|Janet McCrary||RE: transfer|
James M. is now transferred! :O) I also have a Jesse Minton (1881-1975) and a John T. Minton (1842-1925), both buried at Myrtle Hill. If they're 'your people', let me know.
Ahh, now I understand about Leonard being laid to rest where he is.. Lovely story. :O)
'Garden of Memories', unfortunately, is NOT 'graver friendly'! The office refuses to help!! ...and to walk the cemetery actually looking for someone is tough, since most (if not all!) the stones are the flat ones on the ground... Not the standing ones. And the cemetery is enormous!!
When I get back to Myrtle Hill, I want to try to get better pics of your Mintons!! I got a new camera (finally!) and know it will get the job done!
So sorry to hear about your father. Lost mine last year... But more emotional for me was losing my Mom in 1990, age 52, lung cancer. So I understand your heartache...
Take care!! Hope you have a Merry Christmas too!!
(ps. adding you as a friend here on Find)
|Janet McCrary||RE: transfer|
Hi Karen~ Transfers complete for James G. Minton & Maybell Russ Minton Gray, and also Ella Minton. :O) Noticed that Leonard Gray is buried in the cemetery across the street from Maybell... Interesting.
|Janet McCrary||Oh, also...|
If you would like me to transfer James and Ella Minton... Let me know. :)
|Janet McCrary||Maybell Minton Gray|
Hi Karen, additions made to Maybell's memorial. Thanks for the information. I will happily transfer the memorial to you if you want. I always like to ask first... Please let me know. :) ~Janet
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