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|Joyce Nance-Woodcock||Valeria Pim photo request|
Sorry it took me so long to get your photo but there is no office at the cemetery and I have to email the location request which sometimes takes several weeks. I did find Norman but there is no record of Ernie at the office. The name plate for Valeria is missing and I have notified the office in Kansas City. Sometimes the mower will do that on the flat stones.
Have a safe holiday,
|Nancy Mitchell||Harry Skinner|
I added the information you wanted for the Harry Skinner memorial in the Frost Cemetery.
If I can be of further help to you, please let me know.
|Victoria Taylor-True||RE: Skinner|
Hi - I added the info you sent regarding the Skinner's in OK. I see you have had others of that group transfered to you. If you are related, and would like them transfered, send a request and I will be glad to tranfer .
|Ken Snyder||RE: Photo|
You're very welcome.
|Thad Hasbrouck||RE: Headstone photos|
These photos were taken in the past several days. Cromwell was spared the worst of Sandy - lots of wind, a few beaches / trees down, including some branches in the cemetery that missed gravestones, landing between several. Shorelines, including Connecticut's took the brunt of Sandy's wrath.
|Thad Hasbrouck||RE: Photos|
"Thank you so very much for taking the photos of Aaron White's headstone and placing them on his memorial. It is quite touching to be able to see my ancestor's headstone when I live so far away. Your kindness is greatly appreciated, It's just me…"
You are welcome. I apologize that it took a while to get the photograph taken and posted. It has been a very busy several months for me. I saved the requests and have started to get the photos completed.
It is too bad that the brownstone marker is so badly deteriorated. Unfortunately, CT wether is not kind to brownstone or marble, the two stones of choice is days past. Brownstone, if cut properly, will hold up to the weather, but the stone has to be positioned in the same manner as cut. Vertical stones, such as a grave marker, needs to be cut vertically. Otherwise, it scales and 'delaminates' with successive season changes. That appears to be the case with the Corporal Aaron White monument. But, you have a photo of it in its present state.
|Paul Price||Parents of Ernest Rotge|
The parents of Ernest Rotge are Jean Rotge, #42765342 and Anna Rotge, #42765322. My mother-in-law is formerly Mable Bernice Rotge, daughter of Albert Rotge' #22621793. She is still living.
Paul Price, #47351424.
It is done. Enjoy.
Added by Shirley on Sep 13, 2012 8:12 PM
|Nathan C. Brittles||RE: Photo|
You are very welcome for the picture of Albert R. English's headstone. I am honored to serve.
Nathan C. Brittles
|Homer King||RE: Skinner headstone|
There are just 5 original headstones left the names on the monument are the ones known to be buried there. Glad to have helped, I'm related to some Skinners in Tyler County.
Best Regards, Homer King
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