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M. Law (#47955437)
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travelingwing
RE: Horatio & Patience STRONG
I believe the list is closer to 41 but who really counts. Since I live about 1 mile from this cemetery, when I get a chance I'll go back over and look for you and get whatever pictures I can. Do you want them posted on Find A Grave or do you want them sent to an email address?
Added by travelingwing on Oct 21, 2014 1:05 AM
Mark and Kay
RE: J.L. Alexander Photo
I will have this weekend off work and will do my best to get to library and see what I can find. I will keep in touch and let you know how it goes.
Mark
Added by Mark and Kay on May 05, 2014 5:34 PM
Joy Steele
RE: William Barber's Grave Marker
Hello Mickey. We live less than 1.5 miles from the cemetery. My intention has been to put photos on all memorials that do not have one, or to create a memorial and add a photo.

Could you read the William Barber inscription. I sent an edit to the memorial's contributor with it written out. Hopefully, Joan will add that to the memorial.

Regards,
Joy
Added by Joy Steele on Feb 23, 2014 1:28 PM
Thomas R McKee
Cindy Snodgrass
Mickey - If the Section 6, Lot 207 information is correct then Cindy would be buried in that position between the marker and the next grave with the Red Flowers. The photo with the structure in the background is looking in the opposite direction.

I really appreciate being able to see area photos around the graves of loved ones when I cannot go there myself. It somehow gives me peace when I am able to see the area around a loved one's grave.

Tom McKee
tomrmckee916 "at" gmail.com
Added by Thomas R McKee on Jun 23, 2013 7:22 PM
Thomas R McKee
Cindy Snodgrass
Mickey - If the Section 6, Lot 207 information is correct then Cindy would be buried in that position between the marker and the next grave with the Red Flowers. The photo with the structure in the background is looking in the opposite direction.

I really appreciate being able to see area photos with around the graves of loved ones when I cannot go there myself. It somehow gives me peace when I am able to see the area around a loved one's grave.

Tom McKee
tomrmckee916 "at" gmail.com
Added by Thomas R McKee on Jun 23, 2013 7:21 PM
Kevin CALE
RE: Cindy Snodgrass
Sir,

The only thing I can suggest is that you contact the cemetery directly and ask for the information. Let them know you can not get there but want to see the headstone and pay respects.

Let me know if you try this and get any results.

Kevin
Added by Kevin CALE on May 20, 2013 3:53 PM
Johnna
RE: Ida Pauline (Wise) Kelly
I don't know about the murder, but I will check at the library and see what I can find. She is buried next to William Lacy and Elsie E. Wise, the dates would fit parents. You can contact me at johnna@looktothepast.com and I will check for you.
Added by Johnna on May 14, 2013 9:31 AM
Eileen Illum
Elizabeth Wallbern Tucker
Hi, I don't have a photo of Elizabeth's grave. I found the description of her stone in a cemetery book I bought from the Madison County, Arkansas' historical society. I have visited the Bolinger Cemetery twice. It is on land now owned by the Walmart Corporation, but accessible by law. You need a truck because the road is full of ruts and large rocks. Your best bet for a photo would be from Joy Russell who is the president of the society mentioned above. I don't know where John Tucker's first wife is buried. Best wishes, Eileen
Added by Eileen Illum on Apr 24, 2013 10:46 PM
Mark and Kay
Ray Kelly - Maple Park
Thank you for the kind words. It is nice to be appreciated for the extra work we put into taking the photos.
Added by Mark and Kay on Apr 17, 2013 8:42 PM
Mark and Kay
Charles Cummins
Yes his stone is on the same plot. There are four unmarked graves between the flowers for Pauline and Charles Cummins. He is north of them in the same row with 4 graves between them.
Added by Mark and Kay on Apr 03, 2013 7:32 AM
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