|Stan Fleming (#47809215)|
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|NLColes||RE: Victor M. B. Ellison|
You're very welcome.
Added by NLColes on Oct 15, 2014 5:39 PM
|Judie Custer||RE: Arthur and Helen Ellison|
You're very welcome. Glad I could help.
|Gilly||RE: Gertrude Logan|
Glad to be able to do it for you. You are welcome for all 3.
Added by Gilly on Sep 21, 2014 6:02 AM
|Mary Agnes Hammett||RE: Margaret Powers|
You are very much welcome. Glad I could help.
|Mary Agnes Hammett||Re: James Abner Lamkin request, Roselawn, Baton Rouge, LA|
In the same plot are
Lewis E Powers 1875-1943
Martha Gussie Lamkin Powers 1878-1942
Hollis Baron Powers 1908-1994
Marguerite Beauchamp Powers 1912-1991
James Abner Lamkin 1870-1953
Archibald Wilson 1875-1962
Mary McCoig Wilson 1879-1943
Robert S Wilson 1878-1963
Don't know if and/or how they may/may not be related. Should you need better, clearer photos, please do not hesitate.
|Mary Agnes Hammett||Re: Margaret Lamkin request, Roselawn, Baton Rouge, LA|
In the same plot are
Margaret Idella Powers Lamkin 1867-1947
Bessie Hazel Lamkin Ramke died 1961 (will go back for retake -- ground still really soft and more rain coming. 1st chance I will get the stone cleaned and another photo loaded. Keep checking back)
Diedrich Ramke 1906-1993
On the other side of this large marker is the name Hausey. Find A Grave list a Lee C and Mary Zula Hausey in this plot. There are no other headstones in this plot. You can email Marilyn who works there at Roselawn. She is very helpful with information on who all is buried in what plots, and who paid for the plot. Her email is
I will be going back for better photos at first opportunity.
|P. Eadie||RE: Elizabeth Hutchinson|
You are very welcome, Stan. I hope you enjoy the picture.
Added by P. Eadie on Jun 11, 2014 6:53 PM
|Bill Bates||RE: Grave Markers at Ft Logan, CO|
My pleasure, Stan.
VA markers used to have that "subdued" look, and those subdued grave markers are hard to read. VA doesn't seem to do that as much any more, preferring the blackened-in letters, and so do I.
Have an awesome day, Bill
Stan,I went to the grave site,,I would need chalk to read some of the stones,,,,I will go back on a sunny day and try it
|Tex&Texie||RE: Wilton & Marjorie Spradley|
You are welcome, Mr. Fleming. They have such a nice "view" near the top of a slope.
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