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Theresa O
Holy Cross and Sts. Peter & Paul Cemeteries
Please call the cemetery office and ask for the grave location. Photo requests cannot be fulfilled without Section, Range/Row and Lot numbers as cemetery is too big. Thank you!
Added by Theresa O on May 24, 2015 8:54 PM
RE: Nathan Fromm
There were other Fromm 's at this cemetery. If you are looking for others in your lineage.
Added by v_raifsnider on Jul 01, 2012 10:03 AM
Dan Cowgill
RE: Quaker Cemetery
You are very welcome.. Still a few missing - I rushed through and photographed all in the cemetery but believe I either missed a few or stones were unreadable / broken. I have some Haines blood running through my veins as well. Not sure if we are tied - My GG Grandfather was Benjamin Markwood Haines, and his father was of course my GGG Grandfather - Philip Haines. They lived and are buried in Slanesville.
Added by Dan Cowgill on Aug 14, 2011 10:29 AM
Martha Hallett
Ruth and Thomas Whitacre - Jefferson Memorial Park
I have been going over requests submitted over the winter to see if both people on the markers have pictures. Not all the volunteers add for others buried on the same lot. I added a closeup of Ruth and added pictures for Thomas to his memorial page.
Added by Martha Hallett on Aug 09, 2011 4:29 PM
Nancy Meadows
RE: John and Margaret Larrick
If you read the FAQ's it will tell you all about it. Basically, if you "maintain" a memorial, it gives you control over the information it contains, such as the bio and notes part. A relation sometimes has more info about the person than someone like me, who just adds the memorial after seeing the stone in a cemetery and wants others, like you, to be able to find it. I am always willing to transfer the memorials I add to a relative of the person, but it's not necessary. After you have a chance to read about it in the FAQ's, just let me know.
And welcome to's a great site!
Nancy Meadows
Added by Nancy Meadows on May 16, 2011 5:29 AM
Nancy Meadows
RE: John and Margaret Larrick
You're very welcome, and glad I could help. I'll be glad to transfer the memorial(s) to you if you'd like them. I'm no relation, I just add missing memorials to the cemeteries I have photographed all the stones in.
Nancy Meadows
Added by Nancy Meadows on May 15, 2011 7:36 PM
Sherry Eastridge Long
RE: Longs-Old Cemetery
There are a few stones around that part of the cemetery. At first I thought there might be a couple of additional ones but realized they were more likely foot stones for E. L. and H. C. L. which would belong with the stones that are near them.
When I have more time I will check again. I had an encounter with a small snake out in the field and almost stepped right on it so I will be more cautious next trip over there.
Sorry the stones are not more readable. It's very difficult with some of these old stones to get the dates right.
Added by Sherry Eastridge Long on Mar 25, 2011 8:02 AM
Sherry Eastridge Long
Old Cemetery Stephens City requests
I have added the photos you requested. It appears someone else has also claimed the priviledge so I hope we don't end up with duplicates. There are other Long family in the Old Cemetery so I am adding some of those also.
Added by Sherry Eastridge Long on Mar 24, 2011 4:30 PM
Jean Powell
RE: Guntle/Hamilton
I have more Guntle photos, will try to load them this week. On the other sides of Sarah's there were two others listed; Philip & Erie, those pics turned out way too dark, will try to get lighter ones next weekend.
Added by Jean Powell on Mar 13, 2011 9:42 PM
P.J. Funkhouser
RE: Hannah Van Meter
Hi again... the cemetery is not that hard to find, with good directions. It is actually off one of the main roads here. I was just in there yesterday and somebody was working the farm and never said anything to us for being there, so I am assuming he allows access. But you do have to open a cattle gate, and close it behind you so the livestock don't get out, and then you have to drive through the pasture of cows lol.
Added by P.J. Funkhouser on Mar 13, 2011 9:29 AM
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