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|Nathan Haines||RE: Antoine Pinard Jr.|
Just had a funny thing happen. I was researching one of my sister-in-law's tree and found an Egon Pinardi in it. Ever run across that spelling in Antoine Pinard's tree? Egon was from Vermont.
|Nathan Haines||Antoine Pinard Jr.|
I got pics per your request today for Antoine Pinard Jr.'s gravestone. It was buried under several inches of dirt. The stone is sunken quite a bit into the ground. It is more than likely going to get covered right back over with dirt again during our long, rainy winters in Oregon. You could try contacting the cemetery and see if they would raise this stone back up level with the ground so it is even with ground level like his wife's stone is. I don't know if the cemetery would charge anything for doing that?
I have a few other pics I took that I could email you if you like that I took of his wife's gravestone and surrounding area which are a lot better pictures than the ones on her page.
|A.J. Marik||Re: Siblings|
The name of the sibling that you are currently viewing will be grayed-out and not an active link. The siblings area is a listing of all siblings (that have been listed so far).
|Elizabeth Reed||grey siblings link|
The greyed out link listed in siblings that isn't active is to indicate that, that is the page that you are currently on. The fact that it's there is to make sure the viewer knows that the child is included in that sibling set.
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