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Gerry Stanley (#47287035)
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Richard and Frances Apel photo
I've kept Richard and Frances on my list and will reshoot their photo. There was ice in some of the letters, that couldn't be removed with a paint brush, making it harder to read. I will notify you when I have reposted the better photo.
Added by Member #47019839 on Nov 17, 2014 6:06 PM
I completed your photo request for the Thompsons. Unfortunately, there is no marker for them. In this cemetery the markers are clearly marked with the lot and space number on the headstones. This is the place you provided. The marker on the left is marked 2-381, 382 and the one on the right of the space photographed is marked 2-385, 386. Sorry I couldn't be any more help.
Added by rwy on Nov 09, 2014 7:16 PM
judy c
Rebecca Reed Stanley
Thank you so very much for the photograph. It's perfect.
Judy Clonts
Added by judy c on Nov 07, 2014 7:11 PM
Elizabeth A.
Lucius Post
Hi, Gerry:
Thanks for the info you left on my profile page...and for Lucius' headstone photo! I've been looking for his brother's grave, my g-grandfather Alverus, who died in 1881 just before the birth of my grandfather (his namesake). Perhaps Alverus is one of the "missing" headstones you mentioned. Thanks again for all your FindAGrave's very much appreciated.
~ Best Regards, Elizabeth
Added by Elizabeth A. on Nov 05, 2014 10:22 AM
RE: Susannah Axline
Went to check on your Bagley in Adamsville. Sorry it is for Sarah. Dau of???? Used some of your paper and got the Sarah tho. Works great. Stone was damp so might have worked better if it had been completely dry.
Added by baack40 on Nov 02, 2014 5:27 PM
RE: Susannah Axline
Yes Emanuel was taken care of. After I sent you message I realized you did not have that particular memorial so sent message to person who did. She was so excited.

I think the stone in question says DOD Jan 22, 1839. First name looks like ends in line but doesn't look like Caroline at beginning of name. Perhaps says Dau of William and Susan? Maybe not. Would be glad to try to rub that one and yes I have tried some of the paper mentioned or at least something like it and have only had success on certain types of markers. Most markers that I have tried it on are much worse than the one you referenced. LOL They did a good job on the one you told me about tho. really stands out. Heading out today to an old dilapidated cemetery I am told in a few minutes in Muskingham County will be on the look out for that last name. Will try to get to the cemetery you referenced also.

Thanks for responding.
Added by baack40 on Oct 24, 2014 7:22 AM
RE: Lehi L. Chrestensen
That is a good point Gerry - I will check into it!
Added by Diane on Oct 09, 2014 6:21 AM
Leonard Louis Meador
Christian M. Kohr
I found all of his marriage records on the Jackson County, Missouri
web page.
Added by Leonard Louis Meador on Jan 28, 2014 7:07 AM

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