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Fred Sanford (#46577478)
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Check out Carl Braatz in Cedar Hill cemetery in Suitland, Md - F.A.G. ID # 96241199 - you will like this fellow a lot...leave some flowers too!
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Jen Walston Harris Hill
Oliffs!
Thank You! for the FAST Updates on the Oliffs! Now I have to go find that episode of Wayne's show about the Davis! ;)
Added by Jen Walston Harris Hill on Sep 25, 2017 6:22 AM
Mary M
Dixon Memorials
Fred,

Thank you so much for providing the tombstone photos for the DIXON family. I sincerely appreciate your kindness in extending your offer and providing the photos. Mary
Added by Mary M on Sep 22, 2017 10:42 AM
KimonthePatuxent
Thanks
Thank you, Fred for the encouraging post.
Added by KimonthePatuxent on Sep 19, 2017 6:15 AM
LoveTrees
Jacob L Rosenberg
There appears to be no Hebrew inscription. That is always what I hope for. Assimilated Jews often dispense with traditional stones. It's a shame.
Thank you again for all the photos and your care in making sure to get good ones.
I wish you all the best, Fred.
Have a good new year.
Yours,
Ava
Added by LoveTrees on Sep 14, 2017 3:20 AM
LoveTrees
for all the photos
Thanks so much, Fred. It is wonderful to have the photos.
All the best.
Yours,
Ava
Added by LoveTrees on Sep 11, 2017 1:01 AM
Joseph Voss
Curtis Vernon Snider
He died in 1963; his wife, Lillian Fay Snider died in 1958. I poked around the mausoleum a bit, but didn't see them. Couldn't access the tower. He & J.J. Caylor were wheelers & dealers for their day. Caylor had 30+ plots set aside in Section 1. There are still a few left. I noticed a cousin buried there as recently as last year. The two bushes that engulfed the Caylor book monument have been removed recently. It actually looks better without them. I was surprised to find Hazel (Snider) Farrell over in Section 20, as her husband is with the rest of the Caylor/Snider/Cockrill clan over in Sections 1 & 2.
Added by Joseph Voss on Sep 10, 2017 6:04 AM
Loretta Castaldi
RE: Re Pamela
I liked your enhanced photo so much that I deleted the photo that I posted.
Added by Loretta Castaldi on Sep 05, 2017 8:00 AM
Loretta Castaldi
RE: Re: 'Pamela' Tompkins @ Oak Hill
Re: Find A Grave # 56912089

Hi Fred

If you look carefully at the tombstone photo, you'll note that a date is inscribed on the top. From the photo, I can definitely tell that the date is April __ 1930, which is the date of the infant Tompkins death. From the photo, I can't tell if the specific date in April 3 1930, I'd have to visit the stone in the cemetery to confirm the specific date.

However, since Infant Tompkins is the only Tompkins death that occurred in 1930 and the month is the same on the stone, I believe this is fairly solid evidence that "pamela" on the stone is the infant.

Best,
Loretta

PS I'm a big admirer of the photos that you've taken at Oak Hill Cemetery. Thanks for all the photos you've taken and posted to Find A Grave.
Added by Loretta Castaldi on Sep 04, 2017 1:26 PM
Kitty Whitlock
Winfred Chesser
Fred, thanks so much for the photo and your quick response.
Kitty
Added by Kitty Whitlock on Aug 23, 2017 9:57 AM
Blue Ghost
George H. Thiele Sr. @ Cedar Hill Cemetery
Fred, Thanks for the attempt at a grave photo... Wish there was a stone to photograph... Keep up the good work... Cheers, Jon (Blue Ghost)...
Added by Blue Ghost on Aug 22, 2017 12:49 PM
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