|Marcy Edwards (#48312842)|
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|D. L. Lee||RE: Thanks|
You are very welcome.
|John Quiring||RE: Thanks Donelson|
You are welcome. I saw that she had a daughter in the Aurora Cemetery (Milsap) so i took a photo of that marker also.
It was my pleasure.
You are so welcome!
|Andy Brooks||RE: thanks|
You are welcome. It was really no trouble as I drive by St.Johns a few times a week
I have been researching my family Brooks/Davis from this area and their graves are scattered about the County so an excuse to check out another Cemetary is welcome. They were not rich or famous and apparently did not take many photos or keep many records. Hoping to photograph as many grave markers as I can for my dad and uncle as they are the last siblings and in their 80s.
I have run across the name Henry Dangerfield many times while doing my research. He must have been a big part of this area and I assume the Daingerfield section of Essex Co. And the street and neighborhood in Tappahannock called Daingerfield are connected to him.
Let me know if I can be of any additional help.
|Claire Kasamis||RE: Thanks|
You are very welcome!
|Chuck McKinley||RE: Thanks|
Ive got it just post her memorial and I will post the picture
|Chuck McKinley||Eicks Helen|
Helen was next to Carl if you want the picture let me know
|Brian Elston||RE: Thanks Velma Canaday|
Your welcome. It is nice phones have the GPS location now as well which adds it the location to Findagrave - so luckily there was wireless service out there.
|Kathy (Hoy) Eltiste||Bohling/Oestmann|
Again, It was my pleasure. Marie Wilhelmine "Anna" (Gebers) Boehling, was bit of a challenge, as are ALL the Old German Stones in the Hickory Grove Cemetery. Had to go back twice, as the flip side of her stone was not visable at all the first time we went, so had to go back early the next morning to get the right lighting so that the words could be seen. Also, I did not realize that there was already a tombstone pic for Clarence & Ellen Amelia Oestmann. Again, the shadowing effect was not good when we visited, so my pic has a lot of shadows. I will however "fix" that problem, and repost a better photo for you in a few days.
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