|Susie Grohs (#47141059)|
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|Jolee ||Family monument|
There is a large stone next to the John Elkins stone with the name of Crafts and Charles and wife Lucy Elkins on that stone. There are six or more Elkins buried there.
Added by Jolee on Mar 29, 2014 5:56 PM
|Jolee ||There is a large|Added by Jolee on Mar 29, 2014 5:50 PM
|Greg Matthews||Mountain View Cemetery (Davies)|
Hello Susie: Just uploaded a photo for your request for "Frances C Davies". There was no marker for Frances but his lot was kitty-corner to the one for "Munro/Monroe Robert Davies" and almost kitty-corner to a large one for "Arthur Robert Davies". Photos for both of those have been uploaded to their respective Memorials. You might be interested to know that the public Cemetery records indicate that there are a total of eleven (11) "Davies" interred in this Plot. (The only markers I found were the two listed above). The eleven Davies are "Edith M", "Cecil Alfred", "William Joseph", "Frances C", " Mary A", "John R", "Eva Ann", "Munro Robert", "Arthur George", "(Baby)", and "Arthur Robert". Regards, Greg.
|Clarence Priest||RE: George W.D. Eastman|
You are very welcome. My gggrandmother was Eliza Jane Eastman Bruner. (The Bruners were married in Dubuque, Iowa) Her parents were Joel and Amazilla Eastman. I haven't made a connection with the Clayton County Eastmans, but I would bet there is one.
|Lorissa Boxer||May Wieler|
Hi Susie, I passed Ernest D. Wieler's grave on my way to May's. They were not right next to each other, but because the dates were very similar, I concluded that they went together. Please let me know if that is not correct and I'll delete the picture of the two head stones almost together.
|Joyce Beghtel||Request for William Hudson|
I'm sorry I was unable to fulfill this request. I talked with the caretaker at the Oakdale Citizens Cemetery yesterday re: gravesite for William. He is buried out there, but she was unable to pinpoint the grave site. It seems whoever recorded this in 1910 did not put a full which blk or section he is in and this is a fairly large cemetery. She said she would call if she is able to find the exact location.