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|Vernon Hales||Donald Louis Feagans|
Where did you get the info about Don? If this is the correct Don Feagans then he and I were friends at Northeast Hi School (Kansas City), graduating in 1954. Apparently there was no obit, but I wonder if he left a widow.
|John Albright||RE: Norman & Violet Lamb|
There were two Lamb stones side by side. On the opposite side of Normans were Ernest, Althea, Mary F and Beatrice. I posted that picture on the find a grave pages for Ernest and Althea. I'm going to e-mail the other picture and you can post where you want.
|Mike Serpa||RE: 5th Illinois Volunteer Cavalry|
To find the only information I have about the 5th Illinois Volunteer Cavalry click on Henry Gilbreath's photo. It's not much. Sorry, I can't be of more help to you but I will check out your site.
|Erin Proctor||RE: Christian Mehlig|
Birth info is always tricky, lol. The stone says 1851, and the computer info says 1853. That could be a typo, or a misprint on the orginal, or who knows. Good luck on your searching.
|Martha Shanahan||RE: Fifth Illinois websites|
I was not aware of the website but will certainly check it out. Thank you very much for the message! Martha
I appreciate your prompt action and taking the time to look for Victoria Farrar's grave. So no one would request the photo of her headstone again I added the information on her memorial page. Thank you so very much.
Added by Karen on May 01, 2014 8:37 AM
|MFC||RE: Jane Crain|
If you go to your contributor page for Find A Grave & click on your edit tab, you should find two submitted edits from me. One notes Jane's middle initial as D, and the other is the transcription on the stone. I could not make out, though, the epitaph. The stone apparently has been broken and has been on the ground for a long time, as it was 80% covered by grass. It was an educated guess that what little I saw was her stone. I had to dig it out and then wash it off (I bring such supplies with me). She lies next to whom I believe is her mother. Except the name on that stone is PERLINA, not Penelope. Check out the memorial I posted and photo I attached. States she was the wife of Lucius Crain.
Added by MFC on Apr 30, 2014 4:28 PM
|Bob # 46991349||RE: Ethel Mae McGinnis & Donald|
You're welcome. I also asked the cemetery office to look at adjusting the marker (or tree)as the tree's root next to it is growing over the marker causing dirt, grass and leaves to catch there and cover it up.