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amyaos (#47845798)
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Researcher by training. Love genealogy but can only do it in spurts around other things in life!
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 • 33 Memorials Added
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Dawn D
Miles Thoman
Hi there. I went to Evergreen cemetery today and got the plot number info for Baby Miles. I really was hoping there would be a stone or a marker for me to photography for you but unfortunately there is not. This info came from the main office. The plot number and section are Section KW Lot E 1/2 62. According to info in front office he is rested on the right side of Robert G Lee. There is just a patch of grass there. I did not want to list this as a photo for your loved one w/o your consent. Now I know back in the day they did move some people to different areas and as this seems to be another families lot this might be the case but the office had no such info of that happening. If you would like the picture posted of where he is listed as being laid to rest (we did clear a bit of the grass hoping to find a stone or a marker to no avail) please let me know. If you have any other info on if he was moved or if he indeed has a stone I will keep looking for you.
Added by Dawn D on Oct 02, 2013 5:24 PM
Marty B.
Maryellen Thomam
Hi Amy,
Thanks for the correction on Maryellen's Memorial. I added an obit to her Memorial.
Marty B.
Added by Marty B. on Aug 22, 2012 12:57 PM
RE: Re: Miles Thoman
I will go there when it's cooler out and drive and walk and sometimes I get luck and stumble on them, to be honest the lady that works the front office is sweet and helpful but not well versed on searching
Added by cressel/stowers on Aug 10, 2012 2:01 PM
RE: Miles Thoman
If your able to get before 1230 est I can swing by on my way to work,,,,Donna
Added by cressel/stowers on Aug 06, 2012 9:19 PM
Miles Thoman
I will gladly take the photo but you will have to call the office and get the section and plot he is in, if I go they will charge me 2 dollars and they know my voice by now....Donna
Added by cressel/stowers on Aug 06, 2012 8:58 PM
Debbie J
Rose Webb
She is in one of my family trees and I have not been able to exactly track her down. All of the family was living in Marlborough, Jackson, MO in 1940 Census. The only Rose born 1918 living there in 1940 was Rose M Cummings married to Ralph. That Rose born 7 Jan 1918 died 8 May 1997 and buried in Prairie Lawn Cemetery in Wellington, KS. No marriage records to confirm this. She would have been 2 on the 1920 census not 1 11/12, so I don't know for sure what happened to her.
Added by Debbie J on Aug 01, 2012 8:22 PM
Floral Designer
RE: Helen Walsh Mangan
Also add to the others that had memorials .
Added by Floral Designer on Jul 11, 2012 1:24 PM
New York Historian
RE: Great!
I am going to the archives to pull up this Walsh death certificate. Will come back with the info fo you.
Added by New York Historian on Jul 02, 2012 2:14 PM
New York Historian
RE: Mary Walsh
yes, you can bury up to 12 in a grave.

Here is the Walsh grave behind your Annie
Added by New York Historian on Jul 02, 2012 11:49 AM
New York Historian
RE: Thank you
I have better news. If you look at the wide angle photo, you will see a headstone with a cross on it. that headstone is directly behind your Annie. I will make a memorial and send it to you.
Added by New York Historian on Jul 02, 2012 11:24 AM
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