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|I just like cemeteries. I came here to find Rhonda Lou Jones, buried in Britt IA. She is one of the memorials in my virtual cemetery "missed." The first person entered in "missed" was Mary Helen Swope, whom I was dismayed to find here. How I want my remains disposed of: DO NOT PUT ME IN A BOX! Let me mingle with the dirt! Take my ashes and those of my beloved Elizabeth, put us in a Bios Urn, and plant us on the old site of my childhood home. Add violet & viola seeds. Put up a field stone (we have enough of them around; waste not want not), engraving optional. Let the Bios Urn tree, as it grows, engulf the stone. Never dig me up again.|
My great grandparents, Saphronia Money and John Hutchens, left home (North Carolina) young and never discussed their families again. My grandmother is 90 and would love news of her family, as she is their last surviving child.
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|Sara Garrand||RE: Lazarus Heady|
This is the blog I had copied onto Lazarus Heady
in my ancestry.com tree. Sorry it took me 3 years to figure out you had messaged me. I still have not personally been to his grave but hope to visit it some day.
|Diane Hurst||Your flower|
I came across the flower you left for Agnes Poulson, #49037664. You seem to be a very funny man. I also liked your bio....no nonsense just like my dad. Just wanted you to know you made me smile today.
If you desire, I will photograph the area where she is interred.
Added by suecal on May 31, 2017 8:38 PM
I sent you an edit for Leo M's info just now. I am not related, just the unofficial cemetery photographer for Elmwood-St.Joseph and as I was adding a picture I looked him up. Elmwood is now on-line for look-ups and they had the dates for Leo.
|suecal||Minnesota Rice Bell|
There is no memorial stone marking her grave. She is interred in Block 8, Lot 52 according to cemetery records.
Added by suecal on May 31, 2017 1:38 PM
I responded to the photo request for Sarah Vinton in Wakefield, but after returning to the cemetery again, I deleted my response because I realized it was incorrect. Sarah Vinton has two stones, as do many in this cemetery. This is because the Puritans often had a headstone and a "footstone", one at the head and one at the feet. These marked the grave of the deceased. The smaller stone is usually the footstone. In this case, this is the one that the tree roots have started to engulf. The bottom is covered by the trees, but you can still see the name Sarah on the top. Let me know if you want any more information on this.
Added by Lys5696 on May 11, 2017 6:37 PM
|Gale Boetius Perez||Pauline Goodnight|
Hi! I saw your note and flowers for Pauline. Would you like me to transfer her memorial to you?
|Brandon O'Rear||RE: Sarah (Mrs. H.M.) Palmer|
The flowers are nice, please don't remove. We are trying to find the location of her grave since it's unmarked. I am trying to find someone that might know where her grave may be located. I think it's nice to leave flowers ~ I do that a lot. I was just hoping that you were related to her. Thanks ~ Hope you have a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
|Brandon O'Rear||Sarah Palmer #144306287|
You left flowers on Sarah's Memorial, did you know her? Her memorial is in Marshall Hill Cemetery ~ McCurtain County, OK.
Same story for the flowers for this memorial. Could you edit? I think if the text were removed the family would be grateful.
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