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Kitchen (#47674259)
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William McMillin
Dorcus Barnes
I had gone back to the Cemetery and took another look. I had found Dorcus Barnes stone. I had submitted 2 pictures. Glad I went back out to look again.
Added by William McMillin on Jun 19, 2012 9:29 PM
NJBrewer
Russum
Thank you so much for the information for the link to the parents. I wonder if I have Harry in the right cemetery? Generally you will find families in the same cemetery. All I had to go by was the death certificate in my determination. Will you be going to the cemetery to take photos? If you do I would appreciate it if you find him there to let me know and I'll change his burial to that cemetery. Also a photo if possible. Thanks
~Nancy
Added by NJBrewer on Jan 10, 2012 7:46 PM
MSB
RE: Kezeler
My pleasure. You might try contacting the Pikes Peak Genealogical Society at http://ppgs.org/content/services and see if they can point you in a certain direction.
Added by MSB on Dec 14, 2011 5:57 PM
MSB
Kezeler
Hi- I imaged the plot where Charles Kezeler is buried. Unfortunately, there is no marker for him. This is one of the oldest plots in the cemetery and there are many children buried there. If you look up Charles Kezeler in the online Evergreen records, you can click on a link to a map of the plot. In the image that I took, you can see a round topped marker on the right that is for someone else (Charles White d 1892). Kezeler's grave is just a bit to the front and left of White's grave. Best, M
Added by MSB on Dec 13, 2011 3:07 PM
 

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