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|SFC Kathline Forrester||RE: Explanation|
GAR is the Grand Army of the Republic. An organization of Civil War veterans from. Ythe Union Arm
|Leslie||Henry and Angelina Rogers|
I will be traveling to Oakland Cemetery soon, and I looked up photo requests in case I spot any of them. I noticed your open photo request for Raymond Rogers (whose headstone photo is already on his memorial page) with the added note that you are actually looking for photos of Henry's and Angelina's headstones. I created memorial pages for each of them on Find A Grave using the information from the URL you mentioned: http://tn-roots.com/tngibson/cemeteries/oakland13.htm
If you would remove the request for Raymond, and add requests to Henry and Angelina, you might have more luck getting results. And if I find their headstones when I'm there, I will certainly take pictures.
Added by Leslie on Mar 09, 2014 10:09 AM
I'm sorry to say that the photos I posted are the only things in the plot. Frank, John, Mama, Molly and Papa were the only stones. No dates are on any of them. I was just mowing the rows the day I was there, I had no information from any cemetery records. So sorry!
Just go to the memorial for "Mama Dunphy" and click on the name next to the words "Createad by" spanielfam>
That will bring you to their profile page and you can leave them a message about that memorial.
Hope this helps
I was just looking in the photo requests for St. John cemetery and came along your request.
I suggest you contact spanielfam (#47112159) who originally created the memorial and photographed the grave.
They would probably be able to tell you the stones there as opposed to me trying to look through out the cemetery trying to find this grave site.
There was no plot or section listed on the memorial that was created so I am not sure where this is.
But, spanielfam is very nice and responds quickly to emails or posts and could probably help you with what you are needing.
Hope this helps you,
Have a great day!!
|Joseph Mann||RE: Thank You & Question|
Your eyes deceive you. The name Richard M. Dunphy is inscribed on the headstone. It is the top photo on his memorial page.
The problem is that the names of Emma and Richard Dunphy (as well as John H. Moller, top name on the stone) are not hi-lighted on the stone, making it very difficult to read. The Robson's has a dark tint compared to the overall stone, making the name easily readable.
The following is a list of all those interred in that tomb, according to cemetery records.
First Name Middle Name Last Name Suffix Age Date of Burial
Emma Dunphy 80 11/22/1976
Richard M. Dunphy 58 02/24/1946
John Hy. Moller 74 04/18/1939
John Robson 81 03/14/1996
Shirley Robson 89 01/13/2007
Harry D. Shean 71 12/19/1960
I hope that answered your answer.