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vandruss (#47198162)
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Linda Kaple
Dixon Cemetery
You seem to have duplicated almost every grave at Dixon cemetery and most were created 7 years prior to the ones you created.
Added by Linda Kaple on Sep 24, 2016 5:23 AM
David Weise
Dixon Cemetery
You may want to consider combining your duplicate memorials so that there are not multiple memorials associated with this cemetery. As I recall when I attended forestry camp there in 1980, this was a nice family plot - it didn't have 32 graves in it. The edit feature makes it very easy to suggest changes to existing memorials that someone else maintains. It's also easy to add your photos to other memorials.
Added by David Weise on Apr 02, 2016 4:28 PM
Sarah Sexton Miller
Dixon Cemetery
Thank you so much for entering graves and photographing Dixon Cemetery!
Added by Sarah Sexton Miller on Jul 02, 2014 12:16 PM
Richard Menges
RE: Allen Browne Menges
The C Cale Menges is really Charles Earle Menges, my Grand Father. His brother was John was also with him in Philly. The Jamisons were Allen's brother-in-law, married to his older sister.
Added by Richard Menges on Nov 13, 2012 5:30 AM
Richard Menges
Allen Browne Menges
Good morning. My Great-Grand father died in 1908 from a brain tumor and is buried north of philadephia in Lansdale Cemetary. His oldest son, Charles E. Menges & his wife, Raffaella A., are buried next to him. My Great-Grand Mother, Alice M. Menges passed away at the age of 28 in 1899 and was buried in a single grave, which I have not yet located. However, my Great grand Father may have been briefly married to your great aunt because upon his death, his grave was purchased by Elizabeth B. Menges, as stated in his obituary from the cemetery director. Being divorced from Elizabeth may explain why there was the need for my now orphaned grand father & his brother, to have to go live with their Aunt & Uncle in Philadelphia. Thanks for the insightful information. One question, Did your Great Aunt have children and if so by whom?
Added by Richard Menges on Nov 12, 2012 7:36 AM
Ranee Egee
St Luke's UCC cemetery
I live near this cemetery & will try to find grave and photograph and post. I have never tried this before. Wish me luck.
Added by Ranee Egee on Jun 27, 2012 6:14 PM
Sarah Frances Seibert Millspaugh
(Sorry about that.) Thank you so much for posting the photo of Frances Millspaugh's grave. If you wouldn't mind, you could also post the stone of her daughter, even though it's only a fragment. Many thanks!
Added by serafinamia on Jun 02, 2011 8:39 PM
Sarah Frances Millspaugh
Added by serafinamia on Jun 02, 2011 8:38 PM
Chris Collins
RE: Thank you for Bertha Walz!
I have other Photographs (each side of the obelisk) and the other 'initialed' headstones on the Boyer plot....I didn't add them to Bertha's memorial as they wouldn't fit (limit of 5 photos) and of course they were not the one requested. If you'd like me to fill in the gaps I'm sure I can add more memorials if they don't already exist for the remaining.
Added by Chris Collins on Sep 28, 2010 11:15 AM
Aimee Pattison
RE: Lillian
Thanks for the info.
My email addy is
At least you can be sure she is buried in a very lovely cemetery. I will take over some flowers when the cold thaws.

p.s. do you know why they chose St. Johns?
Are they relatated to the other Boyers buried there?
Added by Aimee Pattison on Jan 30, 2010 6:23 AM
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