|Dan Barnidge||RE: Burma Mitchell|
Beth, The picture of the Petrzelkas' grave site is posted.
|Dan Barnidge||Burma Mitchell|
Hi Beth, I went out to see Mr. Mitchell's grave site today. He was buried in section N, lot 163 but there is no stone. His grave would have backed up to lot 154, Rudolph & Anna Petrzelka. As a way for you to locate the site the picture I took is actually looking over their headstone at an expanse of grass. If I had taken it from the Mitchell side you'd have just seen the blank back of the stone which wouldn't have helped place the grave. My question is if you would like me to post that picture? I guess I can and If you don't like it you can always delete it but it's up to you.
Dan Barnidge email@example.com
|M. S. Hoover||Daniel R. Miles|
...thank you so much for the photo of Daniel R. Miles's headstone...MSH...
|Carolyn||James G. Allen-95735984|
Would you please add James with his father Paul Ray Allen 24696725 when you have the time.
Thank you Carolyn
Added by Carolyn on Dec 28, 2013 9:11 AM
could you add the monument photo to his wife
Hannah Kidd # 15092570
Beth, thank you so much for adding tombstone photos to memorials i had created. #105951374, 105951479, 105952209, 105952318 and 106117287 in Assumption Cemetery. With appreciation and gratitude, Tanit
Added by Tanit on Jun 08, 2013 1:14 PM
|Kathie AAH||Martha Jane Bone Autenreith|
Hi Beth. Could you please add the tombstone photo you added to the other Autenreith's in Herculaneum Cemetery to Martha Jane Bone Autenreith's memorial (#111726548) when you get a chance. Thank you so much!
|Bill Greenlee||Charles Noah Greenlee|
Thank you for the photo!
|Kathie AAH||Autenrieth Tombstones|
Thank you so much, Beth, for taking a photo of the Autenrieth tombstone there in Herculaneum Cemetery and adding a copy to their memorials. I really appreciate you doing this for the family! You are a blessing to us and Find A Grave!
|Scott Hayes||Della Mitchell|
I checked my records to make sure I didnt introduce an error. The date I entered is what I have from the cemetery records. By no means does that make it right. I just use the date that seems to have the best chance of being correct and make note of all the others.
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