|Sandi Knippelmeyer||Hooker cemetery|
I tried to find your photo request in this cemetery by Adams, NE... the cemetery was very overgrown with tall grasses. I wasn't able to find the stone.
|Joan S.||RE: OLAN STONE|
You're very welcome! Joan S.
Added by Joan S. on Nov 03, 2014 8:44 PM
|Mother Miller||RE: Martin Beavers|
You're very welcome! My sister and I spent a few days down there researching our family history. So many gravestones -- so little time.
|Cathy (Nimerichter) Smith||Eliza Burks|
I recently photographed the Lentz Cemetery in Woodland Iowa. I noticed you had a photo request for Eliza Burks. I photographed and uploaded all photos for stones that were even partially readable. I believe Eliza's stone will probably never be identified. I even photographed ones that I could read partial dates to match up. But I have nothing on Eliza. Sorry.
|Karen Davenport Wardwell||Mahala Dotson Davenport|
Hello, Roscoe Davenport is my grandfather, so Mahala is my Great Grandmother. I would love more information about my family, if you have any.
What Coontz's are you putting together?
You can contact me at GrannySandy@insight.rr.com
|Mary Ann||RE: Coontz|
You are very welcome. There were several Coontz graves in the Presbyterian Cemetery in Commercial Point Ohio. I visited the Beckett Cemetery in Commercial Point today and noticed that there are a Couple of Coontz graves there also. Jesse Coontz 1885-1972 and Alma 1911-19? Are these part of your Coontz's also? I did snap a photo but have not posted it yet.
Added by Mary Ann on Jan 12, 2013 7:12 PM
|Mike Harlow||RE: Dotson|
You are most welcome. I only wish there had been a stone to photograph for you. If you have any other needs in this area, let me know and I'll see what I can do.
|Barbara McCully||RE: Campbell|
You are welcome!
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