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Kristin Giesman (#48047834)
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Thinkin' about Lincoln
RE: Mary Sitko
OK, some "standout" stones that are nearby her are:

(MOTHER) REBECCA A. IRVIN 1830-1913
THOMAS ROY KING 1876-1955
(MOTHER) MARY L. GENNAITTE 1884-1944
And she should be flanked by:
ANTHONY TESE 1881-1939
(WIFE) ELIZABETH M. TOPP 1-3-1882 3-4-1931
Elizabeth's has a very concrete-ish look to it.

Northern end, western half of S. Not the furthest north part where the stones are basically oriented E-W, counter to how most of the section is (N-S), but in the NW section apart from that end. Probably not far from the pair of rusted crosses in that area (who are Thomas and Sadie Cloud); those stand out really well. The other wife of Louis Sitko, dying in 1918, is also buried very nearby in S.

--'Lincoln'
Added by Thinkin' about Lincoln on Feb 10, 2013 9:19 PM
Thinkin' about Lincoln
RE: Sophia Sitko
Sure, glad I could help! I just started systematically going through Section S some time ago to get their memorials and photos into f.a.g., since the cemetery office cannot tell you *where* they're buried in S, only that they're buried there.

She's in the north end, close to Section O, where the husband is. I've seen this arrangement several times already. Or maybe the long-surviving spouse is buried in Section B as close as possible to S; I've seen that too.

I'll look back through the stones I've processed; I'm saving them in various files on the computer. I should be able to pinpoint it better for you.

Cheers---'Lincoln'
Added by Thinkin' about Lincoln on Feb 10, 2013 9:03 PM
 

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