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Caitlin (#47424056)
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Donnie B
RE: Annie Wiggen's Grave Photo
It was a beautiful drive to a beautiful country cemetery. The pleasure was mine. Rest in peace, little Annie.
Added by Donnie B on May 29, 2014 4:33 PM
mshunter
RE: Baby Russell
You're very welcome. Just glad I was able to get the photo for you.
Added by mshunter on May 16, 2013 4:30 PM
mshunter
Baby Russell
There are only two grave markers in the Russell Family Plot. The one on the left in the photo that I'm posting is that of George, Etta and Calvin. The one on the right is that of Calvin Jr. I found that along with Baby Russell, there are two other babies there as well, also in unmarked graves. They are Baby Curtis 1920 and Baby Curtis 1922. Their parents appear to be Fuller and Charlotte Russell Curtis. If the photo is not as expected, just let me know and I can always remove it.
Added by mshunter on May 15, 2013 2:12 PM
mshunter
Baby Russell photo request
My apologies if this is a repeat, but I couldn't tell if my first message went through. I wanted to let you know that cemetery staff has confirmed that Baby Russell is buried at Claquato in the Russell family plot, but there is no grave marker. If you would like a family plot photo posted to the baby's memorial, I would be happy to do it for you that way. The other family members there are George 1863-1919, Etta 1869-1936, Calvin 1883-1934 and Calvin Jr. 1923-1973. I'll wait your decision.

Regards,
Added by mshunter on May 11, 2013 8:10 PM
 

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