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|J Rolph Ebner (#47008027)|
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|Har37x||RE: thank you|
You are welcome. I am glad I went back. Someone has been trying find buried markers and uncovering them. I am sorry I do not touch markers unless they are my direct family. There is still a pile of broken markers and foot stones in the center of the cemetery. That area is overgrown. Overall the cemetery is maintained well. The mowing crew was there when I was there. It is surrounded by corn and soybean fields.
Added by Har37x on Jun 29, 2013 11:34 AM
I am sorry, but I do not think are any remaining visible markers that have not been photographed. In August on my last trip I did find one Longacre marker. There are signs of burials near Ephraim's marker but no stones. Good luck.
Added by Har37x on Jun 26, 2013 5:34 PM
|Tony & Sharon Schoepe||Memorial Cemetery|
We also added photos for Mark and Mattie Longacre, who were buried next to the one you requested.
|Kim Mason Avocato||Mason|
I was wondering what your connection to William Linwood Mason was.
I think he is the brother of my GGgrandfather Robert Mason. I live in Louisiana and have found little information about them. I have found a 1860 census listing A.T.Mason and Mary C Mason with a son Robert A Mason. Then I found a 1870 census with A Theodore Mason and Mary C Mason with 2 sons Robert and W. Linwood and a daughter Annie. Not sure if I am on the right track and was wondering your connection.
Kim Mason Avocato