|Sweet Pea||RE: Lamb|
The Section that she is buried in between 1st road and 2nd road. You take the road in front of the Church. The Building that looks like a Church to me.I did not have to drive to far. About between 100 and 200 feet in from the road. I think the Cemetery worker called it 2A. The Cemetery worker showed me where she was buried. I am glad he did. I would not have found her grave. When you get out of your car. The headstone would be somewhere in the middle. Thanks
|Sweet Pea||RE: Lamb Family|
Mrs. A. Lamb is your 3 great grandparents. The one who is buried at Elmwood Cemetery. I hate to tell you these. I took a picture where she is buried at. Her headstone was the one got vandilized several years back. There is nothing left of her headstone. Do you want to put in the suggestion that her name is Algena Hackett. Thanks.
|Sweet Pea||RE: Graham Patterson Lamb and Algena|
Hi Jackie, msmith is a volunter for Find A Grave. I knew that you was a relative of G.P. Lamb and Algena Lamb. She just left me an e mail that she had researched the Lambs for the last 15 years for a Diane Wargo Medina. And that she gave the information to a Family member. And she wanted me to transfer all my work to her. msmith had made another cemetery and G. P. Lamb into that cemetery. And she put Algena Lamb into Elmwood. I apologies for being upset. I wanted you to know this. Thanks
|Sweet Pea||Graham Patterson Lamb and Algena|
Hi Jackie, I am letting you know that a msmith (#4720929) had made a duplicate copies of there memorials. Since I would not transfer there memorial to her. She has Graham Patterson Lamb in Charleston/Old Bank Street Cemetery and Algena Lamb in Elmwood Cemetery. I contacted KeepSakeQuilter about the other memorial for Algena Lamb. Thanks Sharon
|Sweet Pea||RE: RE Florence Damm|
Hi Jackie, Thank you very much.
|Sweet Pea||RE: Re Algena|
Hi Jackie, She is buried at Elmwood Cemetry. One of the workers showed me where she is buried at. Her headstone was vandilized and there isn't much left of her Headstone. See Mrs. A Lamb at Elmwood Cemetery. Thanks Sharon
|Sweet Pea||Alguna Lamb|
Hi, I was wondering if you know where Alguna Lamb is buried at. I would like to contact her with her Husband Graham Patterson Lamb. Thanks. Sharon
I do not know you but my brother Richard Guenther and your brother Tim used to hang out together. What is your brother Tim doing these days. It's strange we should met ask Richard and myself were just talking out the individuals in the old neighborhood.
Added by Sandy on Aug 26, 2011 5:34 PM
|David Olsen||Angel Sanchez|
Thank you so much Jackie for the photo for Angel. He was one of 95 men from my sister unit that was killed in action in Vietnam. Soon I will have all of them back together again where they belong and then my work will be done.
|Sweet Pea||RE: Graham P Lamb|
I will add the information that you gave me. Sharon
|[View all messages...]|