|Ronald Norviel (#47973525)|
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|paulofannandale||Elizabeth Blosser photo req.|
Greetings, In response to your message bubble about photos of other Blossers in the Antioch Church Cemetery. I have uploaded photos for Barbara A., Annie E., Mary B., Diana, and Lydia (all children). I have Elizabeth's grave photo to fulfill your request which I will upload shortly (probably before you read this). I photographed every legible marker in the cemetery and I am still going through them so there could be more.
|Connie Paul||Rev Amos Hoagland request|
I received a request to photograph Rev Amos Hoagland's grave/tombstone last year (early November). Cheryl Rasmussen, at the Woodland Park City Hall, has all of the plat information, and a lot more in some cases, on those who are interred in the Woodland Park Cemetery. She says there are no grave markings of any kind for him. They just know he is buried there. Cheryl's database shows that Rev. Amos Hoagland was born 20 Sep 1835 in Pennsylvania and died 9 May 1909. He was a widower. His wife, Lucy, was born in 1839. They had a son, J. G. Hoagland born in 1881. The funeral home was Fairley's & Law in Colorado Springs.
There are many wooden markers that are no longer able to be read in the Woodland Park Cemetery. Cheryl told me there are many, many markers that are missing from the older part of the cemetery. They just know people are buried there! It is quite an eclectic cemetery. In some cases there are just piles of rocks denoting graves.
The Pikes Peak Genealogical Society has done an extensive amount of research on this cemetery and has put together quite an informative CD which is available for $10. You may contact the Society through their website, http://www.ppgs.org.
|KAREN LOVY||RE: Thank You!|