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|Bob McMarlin||RE: The date of death for Joseph Martin|
Thanks Reiley. Will email you 're your question about W. McMarlin. Bob McM.
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Hickcox|
Why certainly! I thought you had somehow not seen them.
Well, stones that are damaged are repaired if the cemetery
association has the funding to do so. Some cemetery associations
are inundated with money and some are dirt poor. In Bellona, 150
stones were pieced back together and uprighted. Because planks
are there and covered with rocks, I believe that new holes were
dug by the caretaker and then the stone removed. Stones are not
stolen anymore. They are broken and usually many at a time
It gets windy on that hill. But I had requests in Canandaigua and
wanted to photograph Lovise's stone too!
You are most welcome
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||Hickcox|
Did you see the stone photos for Hickcox in
the Woolhouse/Hunn Cemetery?
|Roy and Charlene Smith||RE: Thank you for photos from Boone-Hamlin cemetery|
We truly had a good time finding the cememtery and then getting inside. It was padlocked but my hubby (67 yrs old) found and retreived a ladder from inside the fence which is 6 feet high. Then he climbed over and was able to use some scaffolding to climb down the other side. The cemetery is very old with several stones from before the 1860's. Some of the stones appeared to have never been engraved but were placed as simple markers. However, we also saw some fairly new graves. I am so glad that we were able to help you out.
|Todd Whitesides||RE: Hedge Hill cemetery in Kidd's Fork, VA|
The information was extracted from one of the three volumes of Caroline County Cemeteries books published recently. I took the notes at the Cincinnati Public Library. Its exact title, editor, publisher can be obtained from their online catalog I'm sure. If you have trouble locating it I'll photocopy the pages relating to that cemetery when I'm there next and mail them to you. If you have relatives in the listing I posted I will transfer them to you to work on. Kind regards,
|Warden||RE: the new photo of Mary E. Lee Reiley headstone|
I read once that silent gratitude does no good to anyone. Thank you for the note.
Added by Warden on Aug 14, 2011 9:20 PM
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