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|Cindi Sweet Hoveland||Graves|
I have been contacted by the trustees of the Woolstock Cemetary concerning your families graves, the Wildin's.
They are sitting dangerously close to the edge of the cemetary,on an embankement.. and they need to be moved. Since I took the pictures, and you thanked me for that, that is our connection. :)
Recentlty in another cemetary in Iowa this happened, where after a hefty spring rain, the graves slid down an embankment, the Woolstock Cemetary trustees are trying to be proactive and prevent this before it happens.
Please contact me concerning this at
firstname.lastname@example.org and I wll give you phone numbers of 2 of the trustees to contact.
thank you so much!
|Linda Thompson||RE: George Platte Castor|
Thank You so very much for going the extra distance on this for me. I really appreciate it. I'm trying to get in touch with George Platte Castor's grand daughter. The information I have came from her. He was born 1911 and died in Arizona 1991. But is buried in Fruita. His wife died in 1973 in Grand Junction. Buried in Fruita. I'm hoping to find out how George E. Castor is related. Thanks again!!!
|Linda Thompson||Clyde Castor|
Thank You so very much for this!! The 3 you put on are awesome! I'm a litle confused about Velma's side though. I have her middle name as Marie and her maiden name as Russell. Within the next day or two I will check with Velma's grand daughter. I know Velma is still alive and hopefully I can find out what the 'I' stands for. Is this cemetery very large? I'm also looking for George Platte Castor and his wife, Edrie Nathalie "Nat" HEINLEN. I didn't want to make a memorial for them until I was sure they were there. A few of my Castors were also buried in Hayden, Routt County. Thank You again!!!
|Lizbeth B||Thank you!|
Thank you for taking the photos of the McDaniel's grave stones. I appreciate you taking the time to do this.
Thanks for taking the pics. I'll be sure to let their relative know. :)
Thank you SO much for the information on Edith Cattles. I noticed her date of death was 1918 and that she was in her 20's. That is just so sad, but what a wonderful soul to have as your inspiration!
This is one of the best parts about filling photo requests; learning parts of their personal stories. I am always so curious about the people whose graves I photograph; it's nice to learn a bit about them.
I will admit you've piqued my curiosity about the photo in Lead. I noticed a museum when I was up there yesterday; I think I will go back and pay that a visit, with camera!
The inscription photo has been uploaded to her page. If you click on it, you should get a larger version. That cemetery is on the side of a hill amidst pine trees so the filtered sunlight made capturing inscriptions a bit of a challenge. Hope you can read it OK.
Added by Misty on Jun 30, 2010 10:15 AM
You are so very welcome! I have a larger pic of the inscription on her grave; if you'd like it, please let me know. I can either email it to you or post it on her page.
Added by Misty on Jun 29, 2010 7:01 PM
|Cindi Sweet Hoveland||RE: wildin grave in woolstock cem, Iowa|
The cematery isn't far, only like a mile or 2 from my house, it's stormy and rainy today..so I won't be popping over.. :) It seems to me that those were stones of Isabella and Edward. But I will check for sure.
and you are so very welcome..
|Joanne||RE: Charles Paton White|
Thank you for trying to fulfill my photo request for Charles White. It took me quite a bit of research, but finally found that he is laid to rest at Mountain View Memorial Park in Boulder, CO. Sorry I put you to the trouble, but am very glad I have it right now! Thanks for getting me started in another direction! Joanne
Added by Joanne on Apr 24, 2010 7:11 AM
|Joanne||Wm & Anna Mae Byers|
Thank you so very much for the excellent photos of the headstone for Billy & Anna Mae Byers. You are wonderful! Joanne
Added by Joanne on Apr 17, 2010 3:14 PM
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