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|Jenn O.||Hummell - Greenwood Cemetery|
Just a note about the photos added to your Hummell memorials at Greenwood. Apparently the cemetery sold off part of its property and relocated quite a few burials to a mass grave near the front of the cemetery. This area is marked by large slags with the names of those moved inscribed. The Hummells are listed on one of these monuments.
Added by Jenn O. on Nov 27, 2016 6:29 PM
|EHM||Photo of headstone of Abraham Meyers|
Thanks so much for taking this photo! I appreciate all the effort it took for you to do this.
Added by EHM on Jun 13, 2016 10:47 AM
|Karen (Ogburn) Lint||M. Irene Miller Myers|
Thank you for the photo. I know it takes time and effort and I wanted you to know I appreciate it.
|Liz Johnson||Harvey Gahman|
Thank you so much for the picture!
|Elissa Williams||RE: Thanks for looking|
I have no doubt the plot is correct, and most likely a stone was never there, either because it was an expense the family could not afford, or the intention was for it to be purchased in the future and it never happened. Sadly, I find no headstone more often than not, and that section in St. Peter's has a fairly large area that is unmarked graves. I'm sorry I could not help.
Thank you for the photo.
|Lynda Gregory Friesen||RE: John Jacob Loux|
|Lynda Gregory Friesen||John Jacob Loux|
Thanks so much for your diligence on the names and in taking the photos. Since these grave stones are so old, I thought there could be a problem in reading them. If you would, go ahead and post the photos you have, I doubt anyone else will have better luck with it.
It seems very common for all the men to have the name Johann or John, but usually they would be known by their second name, in this case Jacob.So I am certain it is her husband.
The spelling of the surname can differ in the same line, one brother spells it Laux, the other Loux, so it helps me to know the spelling for that family on the stone. Jacob's father spelled it Loucks, and it appears that all but one of the sons opted to change the spelling to Loux.
|Karen (Ogburn) Lint||Clarence F. Nyce|
Thanks so much for getting the photo of the grave of Clarence F. Nyce.
|Mark Shaffer||photo request|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request
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