Thank you for the Margaret Larmon Cornell information!
Thanks for taking the photo for Lucretia. There is a problem with that stone however. If you go to the main page of the cemetery and enter Fenner then select Chester or Herbert you will see that stone in a more readable condition. It says (Children of A.L. and E.M. Fenner) it turns out that is not Lucretia's stone but two of her grand-children's stone. Also, there is a note we did not see on the page now that says that mark and Dee Tressel could not find a stone in June of 2011. I guess there is no stone remaining for Lucretia. Thank you very much for the effort and intent.
Carl and Paula
Added by minpar on Sep 26, 2013 7:29 PM
Thanks for the beautiful photos. I erased the incorrect ones to make room for more. Sorry it took so long. Thanks again!!
|Chuck Seyferth||Chester Foster|
Thanks for taking the time to photograph Chester Foster's headstone (or lack of headstone) Kate. That was very kind of you.
Thank you so much for the photo of the spot where Euphemia is buried. It & your efforts are appreciated :-)
Added by Cindy on Aug 22, 2013 5:02 PM
|Pam Warner||RE: argentine cemetery|
Sure, you can make a list of the ones in your area, by going to "contirbutor tools" (on the left under your name) scroll down and you can look at all the requests in your area - you can chose 5-10-25-50 miles from your zip code. Whenever you have some time to spare, just print yourself off a list and have fun! I live in Byron so I do this myself when I have time. I made up the list you are working on, thinking I would print it off for myself and do the work. But I am certainly happy to have the help!
|Pam Warner||argentine cemetery|
Welcome to find a grave. Hope it is easy for you to find the graves I requested. They are actually for a relative of mine that lives in Porta Rico and has done a favor for me.