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Trudy Hill (#47837304)
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RE: China Row
I'm sorry I couldn't find a stone. There just aren't any there where the sign is. Like none! I thought it was so sad.
Added by Margie on May 31, 2016 6:55 AM
Concordia Ranger
Lawrnce Family in Concordia
Just when you thought everything was settled...I was walking the American Catholic Section when Betrice Lawrence's marker decided to say hello!. I found the Lawrence Family Plot. Charles, Bersabe, and Maria's grave are still unmarked. There a Jesusita Lawrence as well a set of twins from Josephina Lawrence and a Avelino Aguilar. I can't figure out the family tree but I'm sure you can. I've updated the GPS coordinates (they are within feet of the correct location)
Added by Concordia Ranger on Apr 22, 2016 4:04 PM
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RE: Lawrenc Photos
You are so very welcome. I think it took a month of checking and rechecking. I bet I researched all the readable markers 2 graves in all directions to confirm the locations. The burials are near the transition of a different section of the cemetery. On top of all that it appeared that some of the readable stones that I use for references had been moved. It was pretty challenging find. I'm still wondering whether grave 4 is another Lawrence family member. One of the burial records indicated that it was a "Family Plot". All the plots would have had to be purchased at the same time to insure burials right next to each other. I usually put a hat down marking the "head" of unmarked burials. It gives the requestor a sense of orientation to the photo.
Added by Concordia Ranger on Apr 19, 2016 3:46 PM
RE: Photo
You're very welcome
Added by GraveByrd on Aug 21, 2015 5:48 PM
RE: Agnes Hill
Sorry for the confusion.

This Agnes Hill is indeed on the back side of her husband's stone, and is the marker number that showed up in the request.

There is not another Agnes Hill listed on the Fort Snelling site, but I will check the back side of the stone for Robert Richard Hill, but I am not optimistic.

I get out there about once a week, so will let you know.
Added by Grouse32 on Jul 17, 2015 5:37 PM
Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~
RE: Thank you!
Thank you! You're very welcome.

Added by Steve Edquist ~In Memory ... on Mar 12, 2015 5:24 PM
Your welcome glad to help
Added by Amber on Mar 09, 2014 4:09 PM
K Berry (KBC) & JGBC
I just spoke to Holy Cross. I wanted to verify there was no headstone for several of the graves we photographed yesterday. I was told Section K has many unmarked graves. I asked if Joseph DeMeceli was in a paupers grave and was told yes. I was told he is buried with two other individuals to whom he is not related. It was a "mass" grave for those who could not pay. Apparently there are many graves similar to his in Section K. In my own genealogy I've discovered a few family members also being buried like Joseph. Markers are nice but the lack of one doesn't diminish someone's importance to all.

Knowing about section K only makes me feel more warmly towards that tucked away, steep hillside Section.
Added by K Berry (KBC) & JGBC on Nov 18, 2013 11:01 AM
K Berry (KBC) & JGBC
You're welcome.
My teenage son & I do this together and we are always disappointed when we don't find a marker. We have several family members buried out at Holy Cross, even a Great grandfather without a marker. Unfortunately Holy Cross isn't maintained very well at all. We tried to find the reference markers but most were under years of grass. We really believe the images of the grass area we photographed is where your loved one is.
Good luck in your research.
Added by K Berry (KBC) & JGBC on Nov 18, 2013 9:24 AM
Richard Kroeger
I noticed on your find a grave for Gary ytuarte, his stone lists a Margaret. WQho is that? Gary was married to my step daughter Laurie Bourassa.
Added by Richard Kroeger on Oct 24, 2013 1:51 PM
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