|Bob Huthmacher (#47385478)|
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|Patricia (Blanscet) Dill||Hight|
Thank you! After I sent the message I found the second headstone for Uncle Tommy.
Again, Thank you for your help and for all the others you have posted.
|laribel||Pearl Trapp Memorial|
Just wanted to send you a quick note...
I finally got around to placing a memorial for Pearl Trapp which I had photo'd earlier this year(I had fulfilled a photo request for her husband's grave stone a few months back - not sure if it was your request - but noticed you had started her husband, Walter Leland's memorial)
I did go ahead and link them together as spouses. If you would like, I would be happy to transfer Pearl to you.
Added by laribel on Apr 24, 2012 1:19 PM
|Kathy Robinson||RE: James Petty marker|
No problem, Bob. Thank you for creating the memorial and giving me the tidbit about them never marrying and living together after their parents passed away.
I love genealogy and am interested in all Pike county families. Can you tell me who their parents were? I've seen Petty's in cemeteries all over Pike county and don't have them all connected yet.
|Ron Nickolson||RE: James Nickolson|
Thanks, that is my fathers grave and at the time I lived in Fl he didn't have a marker. I now live in Ga. and came across this while doing some googling I was just hoping for a better picture of it with no debris on it I wanted to send a copy to my brother in Tx so I'm hoping one of the volunteers may be in the area for a better picture. Thanks for the reply.
|Desert Wind||RE: William H. Wheeler|
Hi Bob -- All I have is the name in a ledger, burial date, plot. I know there is no marker because over a 3 year period I photographed every marker in the cemetery. I still have a few hundred damaged markers but need to do a re-survey to determine who each one belongs to.
You would have to call the cemetery to have them dig in their records. Number is on the cemetery page. Hint---They won't be too enthusiastic to do this unless you mention that you "might" buy a marker if it IS you g-grandfather. Since all plots are sold, they only make money when new markers are purchased. Does not mean you will do so...just say that you are ;) Good luck! -- Laurel
thank you for your time and the photos
|Mike Bell||RE: Wm Lawson Dukes II|
no, I just took it upon myself to photograph the cemetery. send me your member number on find a grave, and i can transfer ownership of his memorial to you
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