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|Barbara Muir||re your FAG photos|
Many thanks for the wonderful work you and other Find A Grave contributors do by taking photos of Grave Markers and Cemetery Entrances.. I would like to add your Cemetery Entrance Photo of the Queens Memorial Cemetery to my family tree on Ancestry.com. I will give you the photo credit eg “Photo Credit: Thanks to “JNC” Find A Grave Website, photo used with permission.” Many thanks Barb Muir Gillespie – from Australia
Thanks for the offer to look at Queens Point but I've forgotten who I was asking about. I have so many cousins buried there. Appreciate it though.
|jane mitakides||Charles Fletcher Helsley|
I don't know why you put up a photo of the Queen's Meadow Point sign for my grandfather's cemetery. He is buried in the old Queen's Point Cemetery in Keyser, WV. His mother in law and father in law are also buried there.
|Diane Flanagan||Potomac Memorial Gardens-Keyser|
Hi, Was wondering if you know whether Potomac Memorial Gardens has been fully documented yet. I have a family book saying a couple people are buried there but can't find them. Any help is appreciated. Diane
|John Fazenbaker||Charles Edward Gentry|
I found a burial entry in the Philos Cemetery book for Charles Edward Gentry, died April 6, 1951, buried April 8 by undertaker E.S. Boal on south half of Lot 231, Truth section.
However when I located the 231 Truth lot I'm sorry to report that there is no marker for Charles on the 5 grave lot. The only marker present is for David Gentry (memorial on find a grave)
There does appear to be an old empty footer, at ground level, on the 231 Truth lot where a marker may have sat but I could not say for sure to whom it belonged. It sits at the head of a depression in the ground where I think there is a slightly sunken grave.
Best regards, John Fazenbaker
|Corine Hardman||Mae Clark|
She died in 1959 in Maryland and is buried at R D Dean Memorial Cemetery in Elk Garden, Mineral, WV.
|Virginia McConnell||RE: headstone pix|
Yes, I did get that picture, and it's terrific! Possibly, you did not get the e-mail I sent you to thank you for doing that, but I did send one because that was such a huge favor you did. In fact, I was going to ask your permission to post the picture on Find A Grave. I would credit you with the photo.
|Corine Hardman||RE: Clark Family|
I can't any of your questions. She was born in 1882 in Tucker County, WV. Looks like she died before 1965 more than likely in Maryland.
The Dawson girls are driving me crazy. Lettie is the only one I can truly track.
Thanks for taking those pictures of John, James Sr, James Jr. Bessie and Harold George.
|Corine Hardman||Clark Family|
I am trying to find information on May Florence Dawson Clark. She married John Clark.
I would love a photo of Orpha Dolph Claucherty/Clauharty.
Please contact me by email @aol.com.
Added by kinglsat on May 20, 2011 5:30 AM
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