|Joyce Gaddis||RE: Thank you!|
You are welcome. I am glad I could help.
|Jaina Bee||Connecting here, there, and everywhere|
Thanks so much for your excellent assistance. Your skills and passion are greatly appreciated. xoxox bzzzzzz
|G-Man||Libbie C Pearce|
Hate to inform you that Libbie's gravestone has been vandalized and broken into three pieces. I was unable to make out the inscription as it is extremely weathered and only random letters can be read. The line above the death date does appear to read 'died at Mobile Al'.
Added by G-Man on Apr 22, 2014 1:08 PM
|Christine VandeWettering||Conrow Request|
I visit Burlington every 6 weeks, today I visited the St Mary's Courtyard and searched on your behalf. Its within walking distance. I was not able to locate the gravesite for you. I will be back in six weeks and can try again. I will try to get a layout of the plots to see if that will help. Unfortunately many of the older graves are weather beaten that its almost impossible to read or have sunk down into the soft ground.
|Islington||RE: Robert Peters grave|
your welcome, glad i helpe din some way. have a great weekend.
|Marjorie ||Maude Crosby|
We read the stone and this is the dates. Social Secruity Death Index has an Effie Maude Crosby with these years but the dates are Dec 1 1882 Dec 4 1974. If you have these dates, then our Maude isn't the one that you are looking for.
Added by Marjorie on Nov 24, 2012 12:54 PM
|Diane Pedersen||George Headstone|
Thank you so much for the headstone photo for Byrum and Emily George.
|amtsunshine||RE: Thank you!|
You're welcome. Good luck with your research as well -- Teresa
|Kiersty Pringle||Memorial Transfer|
All done :) It was my pleasure getting the photograph. :) So good to see someone stepping up to take over his memorial. <3
|Ron Kinney||RE: Cora Peters|
You're very welcome. Cherry Creek Cemetery is one of the few that don't list the dates. Maybe the master list that was used in creating these memorials was lacking the dates.
I know what you mean though, my 3rd Great Grandfather is in Cherry Creek and I had quite a time finding the correct dates for him, the headstone was broken and much of it was buried a foot under ground.
Sincerely, Ron Kinney
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