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Aasha (#47678524)
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Bio Photo Amature genealogists since 1993, mom of 2, one of whom went to Heaven just after his first birthday, step-mom of two teenagers. I enjoy teaching and helping others in their research and selling Pampered Chef through in-home sales parties. Member of NSDAR.
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C Bailey
McOwen graves
Wow - thank you so much for all the work on the research of the graves. I would very much like a photo of the unmarked graves. I understand that they won't have a stone but an actual photo of where the grave is (perhaps a fake flower, pencil or other placeholder on the ground?) Thanks again!
Added by C Bailey on Jun 05, 2013 2:07 PM
mjg
Aunt Alice Platt Grant
Thank you for going above and beyond in an effort to find this grave and stone for me. Most volunteers would have given up. Using divining rods is new to me---I hope they will make the search successful !!

I have volunteered through two different genealogy groups to photograph stones in cemeteries in our county and an adjoining one. Because this area of Arkansas was not an affluent one---and too that the Civil War years were very hard on the people and the economy---I find many graves in the older cemeteries that are marked just with a fieldstone and for many of them the records of burials there have been lost long ago: if they were ever even recorded in the first place. I am always disappointed to have to tell the person requesting it that I can not give them the photo that they wanted.

I find it curious that Alice doesn"t have a stone. The Grants were a large family and all the others have graves marked with nice stones. I am surprised that they did not have one made for Alice. She outlived her husband by almost 50 years so perhaps they just lost track of her over time.

Genealogy is so full of unanswered questions !!
Added by mjg on May 06, 2013 10:19 AM
mjg
Aunt Alice Platt Grant
I appreciate your efforts to locate and photograph Alice's stone for me. Hopefully the cemetery officse will be able to give you enough additional information to find it.

Thank you for being willing to not give up easily and give it another try.
Added by mjg on May 03, 2013 10:09 PM
Gary Boughton
Frank Bouton
Aasha,

Thanks so very much for your time and effort in getting a photo of Frank Bouton & Family, it is very much appreciated.

Gary
Added by Gary Boughton on Apr 24, 2013 8:00 PM
Roslyn Roisman-Patchi
RE: Lewis E and Lewis E. Jr.
Thank you so much!
Added by Roslyn Roisman-Patchi on Jul 18, 2012 12:05 PM
Roslyn Roisman-Patchi
Landon photos - Saint Paul Evergreen Cemetery
Hi and thanks so much for the terrific photos! I didnt realize the two baby Lewis Landons were buried there as well so I just created memorials for them. 93749561 and 93750492

If you could remove your top photo that you have posted on memorial 43625350 and add it to the above new memorials that would be just wonderful! If you want me to post the photo requests I can do that as well. Just let me know.

Thanks again!
Roslyn
Added by Roslyn Roisman-Patchi on Jul 17, 2012 11:24 AM
 

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