|BARB AITCHISON (#47173854)|
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|Alan Saltsman||Pleasant Hill Cemetery|
I'm responding to the public message that you left on my Findagrave home page.
Yes, Barb. I rememeber you very well from meeting you in Pleasant Hill Cemetery when I was there researching the entire cemetery. While there, I consulted my map for the loctation of the J. J. Smith stone which narrowed down the location, but then the two of walked right up to the stone which was rather lucky of us. I need to tell you one thing. While speaking with you, I made an honest mistake by making an incorrect statement. I told you there were ZIMMERMAN gravestones over the hill in Section C where we were. I was wrong. All of the ZIMMERMAN stones in Section C are on the top of the hill (the uphill side of that really big bush). So if you go back to the cemetery you won't have to navigate that area over the hill looking for ZIMMERMAN gravestones.
I'm going to send a digital copy of the Pleasant Hill Cemetery report to your email address. I'm sure it will be helpful to you. In Section C, I added 8 new ZIMMERMANS to what was in the 2003 report. All other ZIMMERMANS are in Sections E, F, and H. In that area I added 2 new ZIMMERMANs to section E.
One really weird thing happened during my resarch on the cemetery. I initially recorded a stone for William E. ZIMMERMAN, 9 Nov 1821 - 21 May 1898, located in the middle of Section C. When I went back at a later date, I couldn't find the stone! I'm wondering whether you have a record of this person.
I don't know whether you found the "d-zimmerman" family tree that I added to WorldConnect. Here is a link to that: