You're welcome! It's too bad there was not a marker in section 41A. But I do think it is such an honorable thing to do...giving one's body to science. Merry Christmas.
Added by NLColes on Dec 23, 2012 4:42 PM
|Maren Orton White||RE: Thank you!|
You are welcome! If I remember correctly that one had a pile of mud on it I tried to brush off. Hope that is okay; it was covering the headstone.
|LindaC in OK||RE: Thank you!|
Any time Mary. It's been great working with you.
|cplaw||RE: Thank You!|
You are quite welcome. I live 300 miles from that cemetery but happened to be lucky enough to visit there this weekend so I took the Find A Grave photo request list along with me.
Added by cplaw on Nov 26, 2012 1:37 PM
|MJGaloff||RE: Earnest Galoff|
HI: What side are you related on, Galoff, Kuehl, Hasse, and through who. I have been working on the Galoff side for some years and I am trying to find out what city/village the Galoff/Galows came from in Germany. Any ideas?
Added by MJGaloff on Nov 22, 2012 1:06 PM
HI: Great-Grandpa Earnest is buried in Spring Lake Public Cemetery and not the Lutheran one. There are two cemeteries out there and almost everyone that is not local think there is only one. I have already added him along with Ida, my grandparents (Fred & Mary) as well as Uncle Bob and Aunt Geraldine.
How are you related to Earnest?
Added by MJGaloff on Nov 20, 2012 8:29 PM
|Knudson||RE: Thank You!|
Added by Knudson on Nov 17, 2012 5:41 PM
|shelia glover||RE: Re: Dittus|
ur wel. i was goin to post his too but he wasnt in find a grave
|Kevin Quattrin||RE: Thank you!!|
You're welcome. Happy Veterans' Day.
there was a mitchell dittus there too...i assumed he was a son to james and dorothy..but he wasnt in fagrave
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