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Richard Winters II (#47442995)
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Debbie J
RE: Jeremiah Jett Find A Grave Memorial# 51616224)
Yes, that is the only way I can get a photo. Yes, the marker is hard to read.
Added by Debbie J on Jan 05, 2013 5:39 PM
KPS
RE: Carlson grave marker photos
PS!

There are 10 photos.

Ken -
Added by KPS on Apr 30, 2012 7:33 AM
KPS
RE: Carlson grave marker photos
Richard,

You are quite welcome.
I will send you a link from my *.hotmail.com account, which will allow you to download high rees. versions of all the Carlson photos I have in Oakland Cemetery.

Kind regards,
Ken -
Added by KPS on Apr 30, 2012 7:31 AM
Debbie J
RE: Lloyd Workman & Goldie Workman
My flowers from 9-3-11 indicate Maple Grove is the correct cemetery on the ones in Powersville. Pam is no longer online, I have asked findgrave to move Edith Hinson & Lloyd Workman to the correct cemetery Maple Grove. They will also correct McKinley's dates.
Added by Debbie J on Nov 09, 2011 7:52 AM
Davis E. McCollum
RE: Fred(ric)k Strasbaugh
It is such a beautiful cemetery... HUGE Oak trees everywhere (about 120). The cemetery site was, at one time, the proposed location of the capital of the Confederate States of America. Daniel Webster Cole, son of the land donor, lived for many years in the family home across the street from the cemetery. He was a construction engineer and he drew the first map of the cemetery, which was later the basis for official layouts.

The original sections of the cemetery were arranged in concentric circles around a flagstaff with paths radiating through the circles. The first interments were the remains of soldiers who had been buried where they fell. He explicitly defined that the "trees shall remain untouched... and we will incorporate them in the design". There are probably 2-3 dozen flat burials like Lieut Strasbaugh's.
Added by Davis E. McCollum on Sep 27, 2011 9:28 PM
Debbie J
RE: Sarah Strausbaugh
On ancestry.com sarah's birth index states
Name: Sarah B Strausbold
Date of Birth: 30 Jul 1912
County: Mason
Mother's Name: Retta Guy
Volume Number: 90
Certificate Number: 35776
Volume Year: 1912
Added by Debbie J on Sep 26, 2011 10:09 AM
Debbie J
RE: Sarah Strausbaugh
I am sure she is buried there with no marker.
Added by Debbie J on Sep 20, 2011 8:54 PM
Robert Doan
RE: Melba Clinton DeLa'O
Glad I could help. I will check back from time to time and update the photo when her dates are added.
Added by Robert Doan on Sep 03, 2011 6:10 AM
 

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