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donald lamb (#47892706)
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Your Aunt Sonnie
I should be thanking you! You gave me the opportunity to snap a photo of your aunt, and that was a pleasure. It's nice to help connect the living with their "gone, but not forgotten" family and friends. (I didn't realize how fulfilling being a photo volunteer for FindAGrave could be!)
Added by Mosbey-Kreisle on Sep 09, 2012 8:00 AM
RE: plot location
I'm at work today and can't spend time trying to figure out where they are. From the style and dates on the stones, I would start by taking the first road on the right, just past the mausoleum. The two lots on the right were mostly purchased at the time of death and are in date order. Try finding areas where the earlier dates on the stones are close to the death dates you are looking for. The spouse would have been buried later, so look at the earlist one on each stone. If they aren't there, they could be almost anywhere if they are on family lots. I have photographed most of the cemetery, so it's really hard to pinpoint a location with so little time before you leave. Douser
Added by Douser on Jul 28, 2012 8:58 AM

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