|Fran Hanchett||RE: Earl R Roundy|
You are quite welcome. I knew exactly where they were, but knew it was a footstone, so had to wait until all the snow was gone.
|Anna Walters||RE: Bertha Roundy|
You are very welcome Ken. Both Berthas and Corabells first names are printed on the top of their stones, but very faded. I also added photos of George Roundy's headstone, 1824-1868.
|Tim & Grace||Harold N. Roundy in Togus National Cemetery|
I have posted photos for Harold N. Roundy in Section T of Togus National Cemetery. I have added the coordinates of his plot and also a transcription of his marker. Note that the "PH" at the bottom indicates that he was awarded the Purple Heart.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
Live Long and Prosper \V/,
|Patricia Harrison Armstrong||RE: Almon Barron|
I'm delighted I could help.
|Louis Roth||Clarke at Cypress Lawn|
there is no headstone at lot 94
to be certain this is the right gravesite you need to call 650-755-0580 and the office staff will look it up
|Marthann Kohl-Fuhs||Doyle Cemetery|
You don't realize that the Doyle Cemetery is land-locked. There is NO road to it, it order to take the pictures in that cemetery, I had to walk thru corn fields & soy bean fields.
IF YOU WOULD HAVE JUST ASKED, I WOULD HAVE GIVEN YOU PERMISSION AS LONG AS YOU POST SOURCE!
took my photo from here:
and posted it here:
You can NOT post photos that you do not hold the copyright to.
You can NOT take my photos off of http://iowagravestones.org and post them here on Find A Grave!
|So Little Time||Mary Jean Roundy|
I'm confused! What was her maiden name? Was she married more than once? I can't remember where the Miller name came from. Must have been someone sent me an edit with that name. City of birth is different too.
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