|Donna Tittle (#47613631)|
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|You are welcome to copy the pictures that I have taken as long as they are only for your personal use. I do request that you make sure you credit the photographer and properly cite where you got the pictures.|
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|Harold G. Richards||Richard Richards|
Donna, I will change Richard to the correct cemetery according to the information you have found. Thank you so much for being interested and working toward accuracy in our memorials! harold
|Harold G. Richards||Jacob Richards Obit|
I submitted the obituary to Becky, the caretaker of Jacob's memorial. I hope she uses it. I thank you with much appreciation sending it to me. I love to know the story of my forebears! harold
|cynthia west||Charles Albin Morris|
Hi Donna, Charley Morris was my adopted mom's dad and is buried there you have a little metal stake with his name on it. His birthdate is actually 1884, and not only is he buried there, so is his 2nd wife Florence Rose Bostick, and his son Russell Thomas Morris. I can remember going there when I was a little girl on Memorial Day to clean up the graves and put flowers on them. My dad and mom's name were Lonnie Hess and Madalyn Morris Hess. I have a picture of the graves taken with some wooden crosses with the aforementioned names on them. I think maybe even Charley's first wife maybe buried there, Josephine Duncan Morris. My dad was the son of Callus and Fannie Hess, born and raised at 2206 Oakridge Dr. Dad told me a story once that when mom's brother Russell was buried there, his casket was buried in a metal vault that was so heavy it kept sinking in the grave. If you would care to see the picture I have, maybe you can get an idea of where the graves were. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org thank you
|Robert Fitch||Clay Family Cemetery|
I will try to get to the Clay Cemetery when the weather gets a little cooler.
You have my permission to use any photo that have added to Find a Grave and anything you might find on Ancestry.