|Cathy Alton||RE: Warren & Helen Gilbert|
You're very welcome! You are so lucky to live in CA. Cemeteries year round! Yes, it's so nice that we can find graves for people that live afar. Have a wonderful week!
|Nathan Haines||RE: Herbert C. McWilliams|
You are very welcome.
I just checked and there is a really nice obit in the paper for Herbert with a real nice picture in the obit of him. Maybe you already have this? I could add it to his page or email it to you so you could add it to his page, whichever you like, of if you would rather it not be added to his page that is fine too.
I am going to be gone most of the day so if you respond and don't hear back from me right away you will know why.
|Devastated Land Owner in NEMO.||RE: Maude Belshe Baker|
Thanks for the additional info. about the children. I have added it to Maude & Rev. Ward's memorials. Hope you have an enjoyable trip. Let me know when you make it home. More later, Marla M.
|Devastated Land Owner in NEMO.||RE: Photos of stones|
I did add an obituary to Maude Baker's memorial yesterday and also her full birthdate & deathdate. I also linked her to her parents. Is there any children's memorials that can be linked to Rev. Ward & Maude Baker? What is your relationship to them? I always like to know the relationship before doing a transfer.
Do you know anyone who might help pay to have Maude's stone fixed? I think you can contact the funeral home director in La Plata, MO. who is on the cemetery board and see how much it would cost to fix it. I can give you his phone number if that is something you might want to check into. More later, Marla M. from MO.
|Devastated Land Owner in NEMO.||Photos of stones|
I finally got back and took a photo of Rev. Ward Baker's stone and I have added it to his memorial along with another one of the three stones side by side for Maud, Dorothy and Ward. I even took another photo of Maud's & Dorothy's stones. I just wish the grass wasn't so brown because of all the dry weather we have had lately. It would have been much nicer with green grass around them. Have a nice evening, Marla M. from MO.
|Devastated Land Owner in NEMO.||Rev. Ward Baker & wives.|
I found the stones for Rev. Ward Baker & both of his wives are buried next to him in the La Plata cemetery, La Plata, Mo. I took photos today but sadly his wife, Maude's stone has fallen off its base and is partially buried. I took pictures of all three of the stones and will be posting them to their memorials soon. I have also add an obituary to Rev. Ward Baker's memorial. Hope this helps. Have a nice day.