|J Donaldson (#47469395)|
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|I will only photograph requests that include grave locations! Please call and get the plot number:)If it is an old cemetery with no office please note this and I will try to look for the stone:)|
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|Pam Tenney Mitchell||RE: Hinkleville cemetery|
I wish I could remember if I saw their names but my great grandparents are buried there - Simons. I was back for a visit so I won't be going back any time soon. Next time I return I'll check findagrave to see what photos are missing
|keithdover2||Hattie F. Dryden|
Thank you very much for going out and getting the grave photo for my great aunt, Hattie Farmer Dryden. My family and very much appreciate it. Thanks for all you do for findagrave.com.
|Susan in Cville||George & Vivian Wagner|
Thank you! I am so grateful for your taking the time to fulfill these photo requests of my great-grandparents graves.
|Carrick-Na-Maxwell||RE: Louise Donaldson|
Yes, Louise Donaldson was by Leroy! You're welcome!
I found a tombstone for Louise Donaldson and will add a burial record and I will hand it to you if you would like.
|Carrick-Na-Maxwell||RE: Leroy Donaldson|
Sometimes I believe the headstones become buried. I uncovered some partially buried that were from 1970 something yesterday so you never know. I try to take pix of some that are in danger or disappearing even if they aren't requested.
|Peggy Bargen Duey||Glen & Kathryn Duey|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo requests for Glen & Kathryn; the family greatly appreciates your effort.
|John Reeder||Thank you|
For the LeCompte marker photos. Regarding Mr Bading, I believe that the large LeCompte/Bading marker is the one for Richard and Ruth LeCompte Bading, it is just not inscribed any further. Thanks for the photos. Was there any photos of the senior LeComptes, Samuel and Sallie?
John LeCompte Reeder
|B&F 4 TX||Ethel Keeler info|
Unfortunately the map to Lot 26 was accidentally shredded. When the day finally comes and you can get down to Texas, then you can ask the people in the office yourself. I am not sure that they are thrilled to see me every day for the past few days, but I just look a little incensed at them when they ask for my information.
Believe me it is not my desire to manage all of the memorials that I have created. Hopefully, relatives will come out of the woodwork and ask me to hand them over. It is just fun to get the information and put it into this fabulous website.
Added by B&F 4 TX on Apr 20, 2011 1:13 PM
|B&F 4 TX||Ethel Keeler more information|
I forgot to tell you what I did learn. She is buried in the Turner family plot. There is no headstone for her.
If you go to Section 26, walk east 7 or 8 rows in, the Turner marker is near the end of 3 blocks of cement that used to form part of a sidewalk. Unfortunately that is all that is left of the sidewalk. The Turner marker is a brownish color marble I think.
When you are looking at the markers in the row, they go Edrington, Carlisle, McMillon, Turner, Dillion. The Turner stone is back-to-back pretty much with the Oppy family marker. I got a map of Section 26 from the office and I am keeping it to myself for future use!!! It is very faded and almost unreadable.
Added by B&F 4 TX on Apr 19, 2011 11:39 AM
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