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|Kathy Thompson||John Thomas Cook|
I transcribed Hanes Cem from the Cemetery Records of Land Between The Lakes (Betwixt The Rivers) book. 1814-1982 By Judith Maupin. May 1982.
I double checked and yes he is listed here.
|Tami||RE: Wilbert & Wilhelmina Straub|
would be glad to transfer this to you just don't know how. I just took some random pictures when I was out there.
Added by Tami on Apr 10, 2014 10:32 AM
|Gary Fox||Ridgewood Photo Request|
I was just out at Ridgewood last month and noticed a posted policy sheet stating that Ridgewood will be charging $10 for three look-ups for genealogical purposes. Would you please consider taking down your request, calling the office for burial plot information and then reposting with that information. I have no problem going out to Ridgewood when the weather again permits, but can't abide by their charging volunteers to do look-ups. The reason stated for this new policy is cost, their staff performs 20 or so such look-ups a week (at least that's what they say). and can no longer do so.
They have been threatening to start charging, and now they have. That's why on the main page of Find A Grave for Ridgewood, it states photo requestors should call the office and only post a request that includes the burial plot number.
Added by Gary Fox on Mar 08, 2014 3:04 PM
|Jane Bickett||No computer|
I was without my account for a very long time as my computer crashed and I was not in a position to buy another.
|Jane Bickett||Lou Mayfield|
You have posted a repeat of one already posted for Lou Mayfield in Redhill Cemetery.
I returned to St. Stephen Cemetery, Ft. Thomas, Ky., today and verified there is no marker for Henry Martin in the burial site. However, the cemetery personnel advise he is buried in Section 13, Block 577, therefore I can only assume his grave is unmarked. There is one open space between Lillie Martin and William Welling. I took photos of all markers in the site, they are: Marguerite Welling 1894-1982 & daughter, Ann M. Molster 1915-2013; William G. Welling 1850-1940 & Maria J. Welling 1858-1953; Lillie Martin 1884-1918. If you are interested in any please post a request.
|G Brown||RE: Ella Brown photo request|
I think you are correct. I believe there is an F there. I'll post the picture and you can check it out.
Added by G Brown on Dec 05, 2013 3:47 PM
|G Brown||Ella Brown photo request|
I found a grave stone for Annie E Brown, wife of Willie F Brown. 1861 - 1890. This doesn't match your request, but they share the same grave stone. If you think this is the correct person, I will post the picture. Please advise. Thanks. GBrown
Added by G Brown on Dec 05, 2013 8:56 AM
|G Brown||Sarah McCormick photo request|
I think I found her grave, but the name on the stone is "Sallie B McCormick", 4 Jun 1840 - 29 Apr 1918. She shares the same stone as her husband Benjamin S McCormick. If you think this is correct, I will post the picture. Thanks. GBrown
Added by G Brown on Dec 05, 2013 8:52 AM
|D. L. Lee||RE: Benjamin S McCormick|
I was there at a great time of day for markers that were facing west. Many of the east facing marker were too shaded to photograph well. Please post a photo request if she has a memorial. This will remind me to look for her marker if I return to the area.
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