Thank you for taking the time to visit and photograph the grave site of Philip Tatman. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by Burgeds on Jun 24, 2017 3:03 PM
Thanks for your quick response in taking a photo of the grave for Barton Jackson Ward Jr.!
Thank you for doing the work to get the grave photo
Added by wilson on May 15, 2017 7:28 PM
|Joanne Paisley||RE: William P Barber # 85029235|
Hello, I am looking for William's wife's grave. She was living in Manhattan, Kns. According to the SS records there was a life claim in Jan 1963, but she might have died in 1962. I see William is buried in a family plot is she there also?
|Kevin Thomas West||John O. Hunt|
Thank you for checking on that Richard. John O. Hunt (54743217) is actually called Joe O. Hunt (39713483) in another memorial. I've submitted an edit for that memorial, and then told the owner of the other to maybe delete it as the Joe O. Hunt was made prior. But yes, J.O. Hunt (on the headstone) is actually John O. Hunt, my great grand uncle. Now whether he is actually buried in the ground there next to his wife Fannie, I have no proof.
PS If there is a record for a Joe O. Hunt, then I assume John used the nickname "Joe."
|Bob Collins||RE: Guentz graves|
No need to assume. Click on the photo--it's a thumbnail link to the actual photo, which is accompanied by an explanatory caption.
|Pat Harmatuk Baker||RE: Geo. Weinedel grave|
Thx again...love jig saw puzzles! Putting the pieces together. I spend way too much time trying to "gather them in".
|Pat Harmatuk Baker||RE: Harry Weinedel photo|
Thank you so much...
|GeekyGraveGirl||Boltons and Graces|
Many thanks for the prompt posting of the photos and coordinates. Betty was a co-worker with my husband when he worked at Varney's.
|Pat Harmatuk Baker||RE: Corine Cash photo|
Thank you so much. That stone was a tough one...
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