|anita yoder dusseau||RE: Masonic Hall Cemetery Larue Co|
Sorry but I can't give you detailed directions. It was very difficult to find and we crossed private land if my memory serves me. Another person who also asked me for directions was phantomphreak #46899679 (findagrave contributor) She said she was able to find it by asking some locals. Perhaps she could give detailed directions. Are you sure the ancestor you are looking for is buried there? Good luck!
|Cindy Jones Maynard||Mary & Joseph Jones|
How are you related? I decend from Joseph/Mary; James Dickey Jones/Minerva Caskey; Charles Robert Jones/Ida Iowa Downing; Charles Roscoe Jones/Sydna Dell Harris; Derald Roscoe Jones/Arlene Frances Brunk. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. Send me an e-mail with Joseph Mary Jones as header. Always glad to find relatives and exchange info. Cindy Jones Maynard
|The Locator||Odd Fellows Cemetery, Victor, IA|
Just wanted to let you know that this cemetery is no longer known as the Odd Fellows Cemetery (IOOF). The new name is Victor Memorial Cemetery.
|The Locator||Old Gwinn Cemetery|
I forgot to ask how are you related to the people in this cemetery? The listing came from the WPA records.
|The Locator||RE: Old Gwin Cemetery|
We heard that when the new machine shed was built that they were put under the floor. I do not know why anyone would do that but you never know what some people will do.
|The Locator||Old Gwin Cemetery|
Nora, I am a member of the Poweshiek County Pioneer Cemetery Association. I am sad to say that the stones in the Old Gwinn Cemetery were removed and is now farm ground. As far as I know there are no pictures of any stones that were in that cemetery.