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For the past two years, I have been interested in cemetery preservation and active in monument restoration at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, LaCenter, Ballard County, Kentucky. I have just recently learned about findagrave.com and I am interested in submitting photos and memorials about my family and friends that are buried at Mr. Pleasant Cemtery located in western kentucky. I work full-time and I am slow in completing photo requests for my area...but will keep trying to help others. I have been delighted thru Find a Grave to locate the Smith Cemetery in Hanover, Nh and the Gitterle Cemetery in Mt. Olive, Il. Many thanks to Joie and Gravewalker.|
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|Joie Finley Morris||Smith Cemetery|
It does need care.It's an important plot. It is also home to the Risley Family who were prominent grave stone carvers in the area. If you want to see a stone that will break your heart, click on House, Infant. This is the condition of many of the stones.
If there are any other Smith's up there you would like me to transfer, please just ask.
|Joie Finley Morris||Timothy Smith|
I spent a lot of time in the Smith Cemetery last year and got to know the stones intimately.
thank you for your sponsorship of Mr. Smith's stone. It's the sponsorship that keep Find-a-Grave free to the public! I have transferred the memorial to you. You obviously care for him in someway, he should be in your charge.
I wish you much peace and happiness in the New Year!
Joie in VT
|Anna ||Delva Lee Morris|
I wanted to thank you for taking the time to go and get a picture of the headstone of Delva Lee Morris at Lovelace Cemetery.
I appreciate you helping others so that we can have these pictures of the headstone of our relatives.
Added by Anna on Mar 17, 2010 8:07 PM
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph this stone. Less than 24 hours after posting I have a picture!
Added by MARY on Feb 28, 2010 8:45 PM
No if I was able to read the dates I would have posted them. I lot of the stones in this area I think were from 1910 - 1920's. Some were later but it looked liked they were the second burial in the plot with the earlier one being in 1910 - 1920 range.
Added by Cindy on Feb 20, 2010 5:26 PM
This is not my family. The stone was in the section of the cemetery that I photographed.
Added by Cindy on Feb 20, 2010 4:33 PM