|Deborah Bennett||Daumis Beals grave photo|
I am sorry I couldn't do any better with Daumis Beals' grave. The cemetery is somewhat neglected, but another woman and I were able to look up other burial locations and figure out where the plot should be. There is some evidence that there was a plot area there once, but no stones or borders or anything else. It is a lovely spot in a wooded area.
|FedupinLA||RE: Matt Hilton|
No problem. I just viewed and I apologize for shadows and distance. It was so sunny I took the photos from the side angle in attempt to avoid shadows. Then with the glare I couldn't see how my photo even looked on my cell phone. I can re do at a future date if you like.
|Barb Kimmel||RE: Benjamin F Green|
You're welcome! His isn't the easiest to read but there are many missing ones in that cemetery so at least it was there. Glad to do it.
You are very welcome.
Added by DevonG on Apr 22, 2015 5:21 PM
|lisa ||Marion Hunter|
Is this a spouse to Robert Hunter? I searched the whole cemetery and couldn't find it but I found a metal written on marker that said Robert.
Added by lisa on Mar 08, 2015 9:47 PM
|James Rhodes||RE: Powelson gravesite|
Glad to help.
You're welcome, Shawn. Take care, Amy
Added by amys on Jan 11, 2015 2:35 PM
|Scott Kjar||RE: Anna Knudsen|
It was my pleasure! :-)
|Christina ||Harriett Yeazel in Ferncliff|
Sec P Lot 38
Harriet Yeazel d1920
Jacob Yeazel d1924
Glenna Cook d1951
William Cook d1944
|Don Green||RE: Jacob M Copes Gravestone|
You're very welcome for the photos, Shawn. Always fun when I return to one I've transcribed. Glad it's proven useful to someone.
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