|Carolyn Lane Lewis||Military Cemetery|
Thank you for the photos of the Cloydes, Warlicks, Malans, and Simmses in the Military Cemetery. The photos and your time and effort to take them are much appreciated!!!
I created a memorial for Ira Elmore Warlick (#147647283), the husband of Ruby Annis Cloyde Warlick (Memorial #107355297) since he did not have one. Will you please add the photo you posted on Ruby's memorial to Ira's also? I will appreciate it.
|Brenda Caudill Middleton||J.Watson Caudill|
Thank you so much for taking the photo.This has helped me a lot.
|Terry Kline||DeLozier grave memorial|
That you very much for locating and uploading the headstone photo for my 3x Great-grandparents, James and Eliza Delozier. It made my day to actually see the photo! Take care,
|Coleen||RE: Robert Petty|
That would be great! If I was there I'd hike to the stones! Ü
Added by Coleen on May 28, 2014 6:15 PM
|K. E. P.||Ed Taylor Grave|
Thanks so much for taking the time to take Ed Taylor's grave picture.
I really appreciate it.
Happy New Year and thanks again,
Added by K. E. P. on Jan 06, 2013 8:10 AM
Thank you very much. I appreciate your wonderful help.
Thank you so much for the pic. I do appreciate it. :)
|Larry Vaughan||Rebecca Adair|
Thank you for the photo, I appreciate your help.
Can't remember if I ever answered you about the directions to the Cemetery. I've been sick and my computer went out and only got it back several days ago. I'm not sure of the names of the roads but if you take 412 east to I think it's highway 69 and go north to the stop light. At this intersection on the west side of the highway is a Amish Bakery and Cheese house. This is the road into town. Go west on it through town and the road curves back to the south keep following it till you go the stop sign and turn right and follow the road approx. 3miles. The cemetery is on the south side of the road. It is fenced in and has a farm gate in front of it. All the graves are on the west end of the cemetery and if you are going to fast you will miss it. Across the street and about 100 yards down is a big house on the hill that is owned by Amish people. I'm sorry these aren't very good directions but we had to stop two times and get directions from people and I don't think they new the names of the roads. You can get directins at the Amish restaurant or at the Amish Bakery when you turn off of 69. I hope it helps some. All the graves that are there are on Find A Grave. Joanne
Added by Joanne on Nov 09, 2012 10:47 PM
|Donna Rankin * Searching the Past||J.R. Buck Graham Memorial Cemetery|
Thank you so much Sabrina for getting the photo of J.R. Buck's gravemarker. I have contacted the funeral home to see if I can get any further information about them.
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