|Debra Johnson Porter (#47209539)|
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|Nathan Haines||Ingeborg Swanson|
I added pics per your request. I could have done it a week ago but kept getting busy and forgetting! Oops.
Somebody put flowers on her crypt. They are fake ones. They could have been put there ten years ago??
I took the flowers off to get a close-up shot of the name plate so that is why no flowers on the middle pic on her page. I forgot to put them back until I was done. I was going to put the close-up shot on her page but decided to go with the one with the flowers and did not want to put way too many pics on her page. The middle pic on the page you can see who she is buried by and see if you think they might be related to her. Notice there is a couple by her with the last name of Swenson. Don't suppose they are related. The bottom pic on the page is the whole section she is in, the Camellia Corridor.
|VJ-VeryJoyful||Haven't heard back from you|
Did you get the email I sent?
|VJ-VeryJoyful||Butler Davidson Cemetery|
Hi. Just sent you an email to your email address with a subject of "Butler Davidson Cemetery". If you don't appear to get it, please check your 'junk/spam folder" in your email client. My email address starts ks-art@ .
Feel free to email me back.
|Susan B.||RE: Thank you! KELLER family in Fair|
You are very welcome, glad I could help.
Added by Susan B. on Jul 15, 2010 7:47 AM
|Holly Anderson||RE: Thank you so much!|
Debra, I'm happy to help, I too have found much on my ancestry via Find a Grave Volunteers. It's really wonderful.
My best to you, Holly
|Holly Anderson||RE: Thank you!|
Your welcome, I enjoy being able to help.
Best Regards, Holly
|JMcL||RE: KUBORN at Mt Calvary|
You are very welcome! That is why I do this so people can find & verify their ancestors. It is very gratifying to help someone.
Added by JMcL on Apr 02, 2010 12:04 AM
|Clarence Priest||RE: Thank you so much!|
You are very welcome. The stone is under a cedar tree which keeps it shaded all the time. It is covered with grime and difficult to read. At least you can see it as it is. Also, please note the correct death date for her. I found it in the courthouse record to be able to find the obit.
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