|Eric Lowman||Nathaniel Heath|
Thank you so much for the photo of Nathaniel Heath's gravestone. I really appriciate it.
|Carole Campbell||RE: Relatives buried at Whiteside Cemetery|
Looks like I never replies to you. Are you still interested in this cemetery? It is not an easy one to get to. Took me years to find it.
|John Stranzl||Unable to locate grave|
I could not find this grave. Some of the earliest headstones where the birth dates were 1850's/1860's where in very poor condition and virtually unreadable. Since Lydia Cox was was born in the 1700's, and given the condition of later markers, the headstone may be totally eroded or even missing. I will look one more time before I unclaim it. You may want to contact the church/town to see if they have any additional information. The other possibility is that it could be in a different cemetery (church cemetery, perhaps) in Holly Springs (which is the town I live in).
|stacy button dougherty||RE: Thanks Stacy!|
You are so welcome! I also took and posted photos of the other 3 Biazo family members near John. If you need the names let me know. Find a grave gives the relationship, in case you are doing some geniology research.
|steve becker||robert and jeannine hansen|
Thank you very much for your time and effort in posting Robert and Jeannine Hansen's headstones.
You've made my wife very happy. It was much quicker than I expected. Your work is greatly apreciated. Thanks again, Steve