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|Steve Watson||Stephen D. Watson family link|
Laura, it's your cousin-in-law Stephen Watson in Tulsa. Feel free to link Stephen D's grave to his father, Sebastian, #16273018. He is under my care. I still cannot find Carloyn R Brooks Watson's marker, though.
|Lynn Marie Vint||Stephen Watson|
I was going through more of my pictures from Hardin today, and I saw Stephen's stone in the background of a different photo. I can now give you more exact directions.
Find the big dog marker. It stands between two large trees close to the road. Stephen's stone is next to the tree on the downhill side of the dog.
Should be SUPER easy to find!
|Lynn Marie Vint||RE: Thank You So Much!!!!!!|
I'm so glad I could help you out with the photo of Stephen's stone.
If you visit the cemetery, you will pull in at the bottom of a steep hill on a street called North Cemetery Road. Hardin City Cemetery sits on the right, and St. Norbert's starts about half-way up the hill on the left.
To find Stephen's marker, go a little less than half-way up the hill. Look for a very unusual tombstone close to the road on the right hand side that looks like a large black and brown dog. (See Find A Grave memorial for Jack Presley #42144455 to see a picture of this monument.)
I took pictures of 11 stones between that dog and Stephen's headstone. That means he may be one or two rows downhill from the dog, or possibly a little farther along in the same row. I know Stephen was next to a big tree.
Good luck in your search.
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