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|Susan Seacord Jackson||RE: Jonathan Slocum Jr.|
So glad I could find this for you. You made my day with your appreciation. The stone was on the back fence line of the cemetery, buried under leaves. My husband carefully removed the leaves and sod around the edge, we then cleaned it with water. I took a picture right after we cleaned while it was still wet, and then again after a couple of minutes after it had dried. I grew up near there but had never known of the cemetery's existance till a member of the Facebook page, Washington County ancestors was looking for information there.
Let me know if I can of further help. I now live about an hour away, but had been up in that area to attend my great neice's softball game and will be back up that way again soon.
|NCHS||RE: Photos for Jacobsen|
Your welcome, glad to help.
Added by NCHS on Mar 20, 2015 4:33 AM
|William Dodd Brown||Joel Simmons Remembered|
Pls. check the FindAGrave entry for your Revolutionary War ancestor Joel Simmons.I have added a remembrance by his granddaughter.
|Deborah Gliva||RE: Georgiana Slocum|
Thank you for your information! She actually has 2 memorials; the one you mentioned, and mine, 70033545, which I created when requested changes (name spelling, family links) weren't made to the first one. I we shouldn't make duplicates, but I wanted the correct information listed. The information on the one I created agrees with what you sent me. I am transferring her to you since you are related, as well as Otis Sr and Jr. Thank you again, and I hope you have a wonderful Christmas!
|Ann||RE: .Don Hankens|
You are welcome. I am glad to know of the personal connection and was glad to help. I am a friend of Deb Hankens (former wife of Steve Hankens).
Added by Ann on Oct 01, 2013 12:32 PM
|Lutetia||RE: Thomas I of Savoy|
I've been trying to remember what my original source was but I all I remember is that it was a french source.... and that I needed some time to find it because the french call the monastery 'Saint Michel de la Cluse'. I can assure you though, that it is the correct burial place if that was your concern.
All the best,
Added by Lutetia on Jul 02, 2013 12:51 PM
|ColinC||RE: photo of Dowling monument|
Your very welcome.
I was having difficulty locating the grave as 013B isn't listed on the map and isn't anywhere close to 013. I almost gave up. There is no office at the city cemeteries. A cemetery worker happened by, he knew exactly where it was and even remember the specific headstone. It was ment to be.
Added by ColinC on May 07, 2013 10:47 PM
|mshunter||RE: Dowling Family|
You're very welcome. I'm just happy I was able to take all the photos for you.
Added by mshunter on May 07, 2013 9:44 AM
|mshunter||RE: Vera June Dowling Rodewald|
You are so very welcome. Sorry the photo didn't come out better, but some are just hard to photograph. I find that Claquato is a beautiful cemetery and I enjoy taking photos there.
Added by mshunter on Mar 07, 2013 7:23 PM
|traycx||RE: Rilla Dowling|
You're welcome, glad I could help.
Added by traycx on Mar 01, 2013 8:30 PM
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