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It's all right to copy my photos for personal use (such as adding to your family tree.) I do NOT chalk headstones, but in one of the cemeteries I frequent, someone else has been doing this often, so some photos may show evidence of chalk.|
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|Diane Whitney||Mary St. John|
You posted a picture of the grave of Samuel Whitney born Oct 12-1749 died 1822 in the Baker Road Cemetery. His wife was Mary St. John but I do not find any memorial nor is she listed on the bio for him. Could you please check the cemetery to see if she happens to be on the back of the headstone or somewhere near him and post a picture?
|Diane Whitney||Samuel Whitney|
Thank you sooooo very much for this. My family history is starting to unfold for me and its because of volunteers like yourself. Hopefully this will now help others on ancestry who will not get to see his grave. I also realized that the date I thought was the death date being the 1st was really the 12th. Thanks. Diane Whitney
|Laura Mattingly||Mercy Corbin|
Thank you for taking the time to get a photo of Mercy Corbin's tombstone. Did you happen to take a photo of the full stone? Also, did you transcribe what is written? I can not read it in the photo.
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||John Kenyon|
Thank you so much for this photo for John Kenyon's headstone. While it is nearly illegible, you can still clearly make out the Kenyon. A lot of people would have missed this stone entirely.
|Bob Simpson||Kinyon photo request.|
Hello again Gray, thank you so much for the wonderful photograph, your efforts are truly appreciated. Regards from Bob.
|Lanie||Brimfield Street Cemetery|
Thank you for adding the Ellinwood grave photo from Brimfield Street Cemetery. I really appreciate your doing so. I know that there was a lot of extra effort to find this one. Thank you!
Added by Lanie on Jul 06, 2013 4:22 PM
|Teresa A B Schopfer||Clara Newton Miller|
|Teresa A B Schopfer||DeMott Miller|
|Susie S||Mary Cassity and Lemuel Martin Smith|
Many thanks for finding and photographing the grave stones of Lemuel Martin and Mary Cassity Smith.
Added by Susie S on Jun 23, 2013 3:28 PM
|Bob Simpson||Levi Munger.|
Hi Gray - Thanks for the message. Levi is buried at Deansboro, he was a Civil war veteran who died of disease in 1863. The one at Sunset Hills died in 1854. Most probably from the same family. Regards from Bob.
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