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anita hancock (#47371670)
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Robert David Miller
RE: John Camp and Bertha Rockwell Camp
Anita, thank you for your kind words. I started this project for people like you and it gives me great comfort to know my thousands of hours spent on this computer are not in vain. Sorry that you are not able to track down your family. There is a section and row number for each headstone but if I took the time to log all that information in, I would never get done. My last project took me 12 years to complete. It's my "Lost Little Angels" & "Lost Angels" research for those children and adults that were buried without a headstone. I can give you this bit of advice for walking the cemetery. You will see a building as soon as you enter the cemetery,this is the Chapel. The section it is in and the sections it is facing in the back of the cemetery are the oldest sections in the entire cemetery. The farther back in time your family member died, the more likely they will be in one of these sections. Here is where you will find most of the sandstone headstones. Remember this, each section is surrounded by the asphalt roads. The sections closer to the entrance, the newer they are and the richer you were,the closer to the road you were that was surrounding that section. Thanks again for the compliment, hope this info helps. Sincerely, Robert Miller
Added by Robert David Miller on Mar 06, 2013 1:38 PM
 

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