|Kent||RE: Michael and Mary Arbogast...|
Take Wimer Mountain road from Blue Grass, at the intersection with Hardscrabble road, continue north on Wimer Mountain, go approximately 3/10 mile. On the left will be a pond. The two rocks marking the graves are on the right side of the road. The graves sit almost in the fence row, if the grass is high its difficult to see them from the road.
Added by Kent on Feb 24, 2016 6:50 PM
|Rose||Rex Porter Newkirk|
I noticed that you added a headstone photo to this Memorial - he is a relative of mine - thank you so much, Rose.
Added by Rose on Sep 08, 2013 6:50 PM
|April K||RE: Opal photo|
your are very welcome, Paul
Added by April K on Aug 26, 2013 7:23 PM
|Rita Osborne||RE: Memorial# 101939096|
That is strange how some of the ones in the cemetery are marked with only piles of rocks, while others have an actual headstone. Maybe someone is slowly making headstone for those resting there.
Thank you for finding the Wrich stone for me.
|Bob Snyder||Edward Wissel|
thank you very much for taking and posting the photo of Edward's memorial
|Rita Osborne||Memorial# 101939096|
Thank you for taking the photo's in the cemetery.
|Christine Hale||Nathan Jasper Woods|
Thank you for taking the photo of his stone. Do you know who Kate M Woods is that shares his stone? His wife was Elizabeth Carr Woods. She is buried in the same cemetery. I can't find a record that he was married twice.
|Scott Kjar||Robert & Gladys Kjar|
Thanks so much for posting their picture! I have fond memories of Delta.