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donnie (#47193440)
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Peace4me
Ware in Greenwood Cem.
Hello Donnie, I went to Greenwood Cem. in Wheeling, WV to check on Dora Ware for your request. I found her name in the book at the cemetery but when I went to that section there was only a cement slab there with no stone on it. Beside the cement slab was a homemade cross that has Eugene Ware on it, but nothing for Dora. Is he suppose to be buried here too, because someone has him in another cemetery? I'll check in the book for his name when I get back to the cemetery. Carla :)
Added by Peace4me on Sep 09, 2014 9:10 PM
Michael Carpenter
RE: Photo of Arulia
Is that Catherine Allman? Unfortunately no. I was given the photo of Arulia by a distant cousin; I'm sure if she had any of the siblings she would have passed them on to me as well. Arulia is the only one of all her brothers or sisters I have a photo for, sadly;
Added by Michael Carpenter on Nov 26, 2012 4:28 AM
Leon Lane Sr (Rocky)
JOHN H SHIPMAN
You will find the pictures you are requesting of John Hollis Shipman and Nellie A Wilfong in the Union Cemetery ( It is listed on Find A Grave ) which is the correct name of that cemetery. The Old Cemetery is on the north side of the Church and the New Addition is behind the church on the south side. I Started posting pictures in these cemeteries over 3 years ago and was surprised to find there is a new Mount Union Church Cemetery started in may of this year that now has 39 memorials listed.you are welcome to use the pictures for your personal use
Added by Leon Lane Sr (Rocky) on Dec 30, 2009 4:54 PM
 

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