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scott r (#47004300)
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might have problems getting picture to fit here
will send pictures to you via your email address
as well as posting here.
going to the different cemeteries on my bike is good for you and me thanks!!!
if you find a gravestone picture I've taken you
may take over the memorial if so desire thanks!!!
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Michael Reiter
RE: beauchamp
Thanks Scott for all your efforts and I am looking forward to good results. These two people are my brother-in-law's parents.
Added by Michael Reiter on Dec 15, 2015 7:55 AM
Michael Reiter
RE: beauchamp
Thanks, however the only photo on their memorials is of the cemetery entrance. That is why I requested photos of their grave marker(s).
Added by Michael Reiter on Dec 14, 2015 10:38 AM
James Blankenship
HMMM...I only put his memorial there because his obituary said he would be placed there.
"His ashes were interred in Laurel Grove Cemetery, Port Townsend, with Evergreen Memorial Gardens of Vancouver in charge of arrangements."

I wonder if they were put with a family member without the cemetery knowing? So Sorry for the goose chase.
Added by M on Oct 06, 2015 8:03 PM
Wyatt Rathbun
I added a photo of the grave of Wyatt Rathbun that I took today. His memorial lists the burial in St. John but I found this stone at Farmington Cemetery in Macksville.
Added by Shocker76 on May 22, 2015 4:18 PM
Roy and Iva Riggs Graves
I found their graves this afternoon, unfortunately there was not grave marker to photograph. The headstone right beside them is a couple named Tincupp, you can see part of their marker in the photo, according to the cemetery directory their graves are right beside the Tincupps.
Added by Patrick on Jul 28, 2014 2:37 PM

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