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|Titania||RE: KRH Photo Request|
You are welcome. It is a particularly beautiful location, so it was a pleasure.
Added by Titania on Apr 11, 2015 9:23 AM
|Karen Sipe||Frank Austin|
You wondered if Frank Austin all information unknown might be Frank Clinton Austin died 1966. It does not appear that he is. However, unless you can find your Frank C. Austin 1966 I would not discount this person.
The cemetery has nothing what so ever on Frank Austin (no info) and does not have a Frank Austin who died in 1966.
|Evelyn Lynch Cochran||Benjamin Wiseman|
I found Benjamin's obit in my familytree;
B. F. Wiseman of near West Fork died of consumption, February 7th, 1897. He leaves a wife and ten living children. He was a soldier in the late rebellion being a member of Co. H. 23 Ind. Reg. Gen. Logan was his favorite officer. He delighted very much while talking of army life to mention the famous Logan his comrade in arms. Mr Wiseman was a member of Russell Post No. 354. G. A. R. of West Fork, has been a member of the Christian church for ten years. All that was mortal of the soldier, husband, father and friend was laid to rest in Riddle cemetery, February 9th. Bros Cole and Scott conducted the funeral services. May god be with the bereaved family and help then to bear the loss--A Friend
Martha applied for Civil war pension on Mar 22, 1897
|Karen Waddell||Huber in Fernwood|
Did not find the one requested in the section or plot. The ones buried there are Randall Kimsey Huber. Marie McKnight Huber and Kenneth E Chris Huber.
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