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|lolo1951||RE: William D Leach|
Please provide the Find A Grave ID# so I can properly address your concern - OR submit an edit on the memorial which I can approve. You need to realize that often times old stones are difficult to read. I enjoy receiving edits for memorials so I can accept correction. Thanks for your interest.
Added by lolo1951 on Mar 17, 2016 4:23 PM
|Donna Ruhland Bonning||RE: William McNaughton|
Your very welcome! I'm glad you found William. As far as his wife......she could be buried there but just not have a stone. The cemetery is fully photographed. What I may have missed I'm sure someone else photographed. It's a very small cemetery behind the Church. There are some open areas between some of the stones. I'm not sure if there is one near William's but it's very possible. Sorry I couldn't help you more. That's pretty frustrating when you find the one and not the other. With such a gap in dates of death maybe she got remarried?
|LSP||Elizabeth Hamilton, 145338782 & husband John|
Thanks for your reply. Turns out someone else already went out there and took photos of John's marker with views already. It's not a monument, it's a table marker and the sides are for support and not engraved. I was thinking it might be a monument or obelisk, which it's not. Thanks so much for taking the time to help record history and share your photos and time. Have a lovely weekend.
Added by LSP on Sep 26, 2015 4:06 PM
|LSP||Elizabeth Hamilton, 145338782|
Thanks so much for the closeup of Elizabeth's marker. Out of curiosity, is her marker a standing monument or flat table stone? If it's a 4 sided monument, were there other names on it? I'd request them if there were. We never know when we request them. Most appreciated.
Added by LSP on Sep 25, 2015 6:17 PM
|Karen Mickel Bennett||Bryant|
Happy to transfer the Bryant's to you. Enjoy adding your information.......Happy I was able to find their graves.