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I love my Family and Friends, And of course MY HORSES!!!! And like to help others find there lost loved ones!! Would like to have anything on Dicus Family!|
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|gravetaker||Meryl C Headley|
Find A Grave 70026186
Dugger Cemetery, Indiana
While I appreciate you uploading a phone of his tombstone with his second wife Vera, would you please delete this picture.
Reason: Meryl has a stone with his first wife right beside this stone. Vera is not buried here, she is buried in Little Prairie Cemetery in Edwards Co., IL.
I have asked the person who created her memorial in this cemetery to delete it.
I have no idea how this tombstone got in this cemetery because no one in the family asked for it, nor did Vera when she was alive. Strange. Anyway thanks I appreciate it.
Michelle (gravetaker) I am Vera's niece.
|eulaexpress||Raymond M. Goodman|
I added a photo for Raymond in the Dugger Cemetery and noticed that you have 3 memorials for him. Just wanted to bring it to your attention.
|Karissa Stimac||Anna Bedwell|
Thank you for the photo!!
Thank you for taking the time to get this photo. S. M. SC
Added by sem on Feb 04, 2012 1:52 PM
Thank you for taking the time to look for a headstone for the Burchams.
Added by Frank on Feb 04, 2012 12:33 PM
|Edd Marks||David Terhune|
Thanks so much for the great photo of David's stone. Could you add the same photo to his wife, Sarah, in the same cemetery? Again, thanks.
|Jonathan Bare||Lebanon Cem.|
Thank you for the photo of Ada Bare's marker. I put in Requests for the other two markers in the photo so you can get credit for those also.
|Beth||Thomas D Mitchell|
I haven't found any obituary or independent documents to prove that Thomas was buried in Samaria, but his brothers and sisters believed that was where he was buried. The photos of the visit to his grave are marked Samaria Cemetery on the back. I really do appreciate you taking the time to look for the stone. You are not the only person who looked and couldn't find it. I had hoped the old photos might help locate the grave, however I now suspect the stone was lost or destroyed back before the cemetery was indexed in the 1980s.
Thank you again for spending so much time looking.
Added by Beth on Sep 19, 2011 8:29 PM