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marjimud (#47493270)
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Bio Photo My name is Marji, and I love to research family roots.
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RE: Richard Correa
Marji - you are very welcome. I don't know if you noticed, but I added the GPS coordinates to Beverly's stone. Richard is 2 rows behind her, and you should be able to see his stone. Glad to have helped! - Chip
Added by Chip5610 on Jan 12, 2012 12:27 AM
Terry Atkinson
Found the plot, asked for his neighbors. The sad thing is I couldn't find any sign of a marker. Noticed many of his friends didn't either. Will try to come up with something to fix that.

Added by Terry Atkinson on Aug 17, 2011 10:37 PM
Terry Atkinson
RE: Christopher Bazell
Thanks for the extra info. Need to get over to the city office this week, will ask again for the location. Went out once with a probe, checking to see if the grass had overgrown it. That is when I found the stone. It wasn't much larger than a brick, nearly overgrown, certain I could read C-H-R-I-S but that was it. Did have some artificial flowers, couldn't tell how long they had been there. Was out there last Sunday, didn't get a chance to stop. Had been trying to tidy up some veterans' graves, ran over my allotted time... dinner was waiting and my loving wife gets less so when I'm tardy :-). The cemetery gets regularly mowed but the sod is growing over many of the flat markers and some that aren't so flat. Been trying to cut it back as I find it but it is a tough go. Need to roof my house so may take awhile before I get out there again. I am working on it, if it is there I will find it.


Added by Terry Atkinson on Jul 18, 2011 5:52 PM
Terry Atkinson
Christopher Bazell
May have found Christopher Bazell. I was out getting other photos and decided to check again. There is a small stone block that the letters are nearly all worn off. Can tell there is a "chr" but nothing else is legible. The marker is not where I expected to find it. 'Baby land' is next to a creek and I think there aren't as many rows as the map shows so was looking too far back. Is there anyone around who would be leaving flowers? There were plastic flowers left but might not be this year's. Will double check location...would have shot the marker but camera was already full.

Added by Terry Atkinson on Jul 02, 2011 7:48 PM
Juliane Montgomery Burbach
RE: Lloyd Hartman headstone photo
Thank you so much, that is sad that there is no marker. Thank you so much for your efforts.
Added by Juliane Montgomery Burbac... on May 14, 2011 1:15 PM
Juliane Montgomery Burbach
Lloyd Hartman headstone photo
I received a message that there was a problem with getting the photo of Lloyd Hartman headstone in Myrtle Creek, I couldn't find the reason, the link led me here.
Let me know what you encountered.

Added by Juliane Montgomery Burbac... on May 13, 2011 8:03 PM
Kevin A. Maus
Nancy Caroline Mulkey Fawcett
Thank you so much for taking the photo for this memorial. I am related to her through the Mulkey family line.
Added by Kevin A. Maus on May 13, 2011 7:19 PM
Brad Goff
Ester Hoskins
Thanks for the picture, I'm sure that is my aunt. I appreciate your efforts.
Added by Brad Goff on May 06, 2011 9:26 AM
Brad Goff
RE: Grace G. Hoskin
I'm sure that is her, the dates are correct 1908 - 1993
Added by Brad Goff on May 05, 2011 9:37 PM
Phyllis Q Spinetta
Both of the memorials have been updated with the photos. The Amador County Cemetery Board has been working on installing markers for those unmarked, but known, burials in all of the local cemeteries since most of them are considered "pioneer cemeteries".
Enjoy, Sherrill
Added by sherjstone on Apr 30, 2011 5:51 PM
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