|Denmother||RE: Anna Younger|
Hi Madeline, we're glad we could help. The only marker that we could find for Anna Younger was her initials on a footstone. There is a military marker next to her which may be John Younger, but nothing on that stone is readable.
|Hoby||RE: Fannie Claus|
Madeline, your very welcome, glad I could help. I think the lawn mower beast ate Fannie's marker, and a lot of the others that are missing.
Added by Hoby on Mar 16, 2015 3:48 PM
|Robert Ashton||RE: Eliza Snively|
You're welcome. There is a bit of difference in the spelling of the two cemeteries. The one in Bristol is two words while the one in Goshen is all one word.
|Nathan Haines||RE: Grace Powers|
You are very welcome.
I got a really big surprise when I went looking for Grace's grave. An old friend of mine died in 2004 and I never was able to find where she got buried. I got up one morning and was looking at the paper and there was an obit for her in the paper! She is buried right next to Grace! I couldn't believe it when I saw that. I usually always look at the graves surrounding somebody's grave to see if there might be anybody that looks like they could be related to the person I am getting pictures of their grave. I never expected to see my friend there! I don't imagine Geri Bell is related to Grace. Anyway, thanks to your request, I know where she got buried now. :-]
It is quite a sunny location Grace is in, you are right. It was one of the rare sunny days around here yesterday. The long standing joke in Portland is that we don't tan, we rust, due to so much rain all the time here.
The sun is at such a low orbit this time of year it does not get up very high. Grace's grave would be in full sun in the summer. It is sunken a bit so it has a shaded side to the stone in the picture. I couldn't get that berm down any lower. The ground was frozen. I trimmed the grass out of the way as best I could. It was better than when I found it. There was a lot of grass growing out over the stone.
There is quite a view from this spot also looking out over Portland. This cemetery is on top of a small mountain called Mt. Scott in SE Portland area.
|Jerry Eby||RE: Snively|
I am glad I could make you jump up and down. Glad I could help.
|Jan Heller||RE: George Snively|
Iowa is probably where he is from, but could be where he was inducted into the service. 4830 is his grave number, unlike the 483D listed in his memorial. I've already sent them a correction. I'm glad I could help. ~Jan
I was snooping around and found your profile here. I should have known you were online here too. Hope all is well!
|JLB||RE; George E. Chapman Photos|
Greetings from Tacoma, Washington. As you cal tell by the photographs fall is upon us here in the Pacific Northwest. The area where Mr Chapman's stone is located is heavily treed and there is quite a dense ground cover of leaves. The serenity and beauty of the area is superb and taking the photo was a pleasure. Due to a glitch in the findagrave.com photo request annuuncement you may notice that the two photos were taken by different people. The senery shot was provided by me (JLB) and the stone shot was provided by JD, another findagrave photo volunteer for this area. If you are satisfied with the stone photo, a thank you note to JD would probably be appropriate and appreciated.
Added by JLB on Nov 28, 2012 10:12 PM
|jslenhardt||RE: Thank You Again!|
You are most welcome. While we were there we also ran across another Scheldt Plot with Hary A., Louise C., and son Herbert J. The plots where close to each other, don't know if they were related or not. We added them and the pictures. If they are your relatives we would gladly transfer them to you.
|Amber Beatty||Ulysses Sherman Beatty|
On the web page is "Coral" living in California. Carol Beatty has lived in Peru, NE for over 50yrs now.
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