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James Johnston (#48235521)
 member for 3 years, 5 months, 8 days
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Bio Photo Got born. Grew up. Went to school. Went to work. Got married. Had kids. Retired. Thanks Mom and Dad. Never illegally moved to another country - expect same of others.
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DRMarsh2l
Hostlers
My pleasure. Thumbs up for your bio.
Dale M
Added by DRMarsh2l on Jan 15, 2017 12:02 PM
Scott and Renee
John William McGolerick (1893 - 1958)
You will need to go to John's page and suggest the edit of his mother there.
Added by Scott and Renee on Oct 29, 2016 9:40 AM
dcs
Zenith Fenniger
I uploaded a photo of the stone, I have pics of the other side and close ups of both names and dates. Should I upload them also and you can edit or send them elsewhere?
Added by dcs on Sep 28, 2016 1:48 PM
Andre Dominguez
Edward Deatrick
James,

I just fulfilled your photo request for Edward Deatrick in the Greenwood Cemetery. As you will see from the photos posted on his memorial, the gravestone was toppled. This was one of the trickiest lifts I've made to date, due to the stone/dried mud mass next to the stone. I have no explanation for the stone/mud mass other than there is a gofer hole beside it and it appears that the mass may have been up-right initially. The hole dug by the gofer appears to have toppled the mass which struck Edward's gravestone and topple it. What the mass was and how it initially got to this location is a mystery. In any event, I was able to get a clear photo of the gravestone front face engraving. The gravestone was returned to it's as left position. Some people would like me to restore the gravestones to their bases after I make a lift. It is relatively straight forward to make a simple lift, but it is very time consuming and expensive to repair a gravestone and place it on it base, which is why the gravestone is returned to the condition as it was found.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

Andre (Lancaster, PA)
Added by Andre Dominguez on Aug 31, 2016 8:27 PM
buck ivey
122106913 Pauline Van Holloman
Hey Cuz, neither one of us posted this but pull up this memorial and look at the photo of article. You may find it as amusing as I did. I love this hobby.
Added by buck ivey on Aug 30, 2016 8:42 AM
buck ivey
Memorial 14485007
Hey cuz, You may have placed the wrong picture with this memorial. Just saying.
Added by buck ivey on Aug 30, 2016 3:32 AM
Linda T
RE: James Emory
Sorry, I think in my last message, I said "Ophelia" instead of Odelia.
Added by Linda T on May 31, 2016 4:55 PM
Linda T
RE: James Emory
I truly meant to get back to you sooner. I have a picture of Ophelia's home in Emporia, Virginia where she had her children, but the picture wasn't taken until the 70's so it looks dilapidated. The house is no longer there. Even though the house was small, the land they owned around it is in miles, not acres (has a big lake on it). Land was more important than the house. I also have pictures of their graves. I hope soon to put them on Find A Grave and I will let you know when I do.

The best thing I have is a picture of Ophelia, which is the only one there is since her portrait was in a fire at her son's house. The problem is that the picture is on a tin and is very dark, even though it has been kept in a tin box with no direct sun. I have scanned it and I will put it on the Find a Grave site.

When I thought of Uncle James today (Memorial Day), I knew I had to thank you again! Linda


Also, my husband and I agree with your politics!

Thanks again for thinking of my Uncle James!

Linda
Added by Linda T on May 30, 2016 3:04 PM
Linda T
James Lilton Emory
James,

Thank you for taking time to add flowers to my Uncle's grave. I thought I would visit his real grave sometime but I don't think it will happen. I am blessed that I can see pictures of his grave; I wish my grandmother could have.

Again, thank you.

Linda

Added by Linda T on Feb 28, 2016 5:22 PM
Linda T
James Lilton Emory
James,

Thank you for taking time to add flowers to my Uncle's grave. I thought I would visit his real grave sometime but I don't think it will happen. I am blessed that I can see pictures of his grave; I wish my grandmother could have.

Again, thank you.

Linda

Added by Linda T on Feb 28, 2016 5:21 PM
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