|Geof Wyght (#47722874)|
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Specializing in Calvary Cemetery, Laurel IOOF Cemetery, Spring Grove Cemetery, and Walnut Hills Cemetery in Cincinnati.|
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|Douglas & Donna Gammon||RE: Joseph & John Newby|
They were both in the veterans section in Windsor Grove, I'll go by and see if they are side by side.
|Brenda Caudill Middleton||Plummer & Eliza Gulley|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of their Stone.
|Brenda Caudill Middleton||Manley Gulley|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of his stone.
|Perry Brantley||Moses Scott|
Thank-you for the outstanding pic...!
|Matthew Schultz||RE: Thanks for the photos of George & Margaret Kissel|
It would be helpful to have a closeup of her gravestone. It does seem Hassloch Rheinland-Pfalz would make sense though and with the comma after it, then I suppose it would be where she was born.
|Matthew Schultz||Thanks for the photos of George & Margaret Kissel|
Thanks for posting those photos. I was wondering if you could post a transcription of the text on Margaret's (Margaretha) gravestone? I know what everything else says but I can't read the two words on the line before her death date.
|Honoring our ancestors||Sarah R. Malsbary|
Thank you for the photo!
|Matt Simpson||Arthur Taube & Family|
Thanks Geof for taking these photos of the Taube family, much appreciated!
|Scott Baumann||William Mann grave|
Good evening Geof,
I want to thank you for taking the time to search for and take an overall view of the grave of William Mann. I was wondering if by chance you took a close up of the headstone which I see in the photo. Closeup pictures are always helpful and can answer many questions. I see what appear to be two stones in the photo, a white stone and what might be a brass plaque on the ground. If you have any closeups, they would be appreciated. If not, thank you for your time.
|Robert Crutchfield||James Coolidge White|
Thank you so very much for taking and posting the tombstone for James White in Spring Grove Cemetery.
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