|Jean Clayton Charles||Wallace Patton "Pat" Riddell|
Thank you greatly for your extra effort of returning to the cemetery and searching for Wallace's marker! Your posted photo is very nice and will help all honor him.
And thank you for your work as a Find A Grave photo volunteer that has also helped others. Jean
|Jean Clayton Charles||Wallace Patrick Riddell|
Thank you very much for your effort in fulfilling my photo request for Wallace Patrick Riddell.
I still wonder if Wallace is buried in Post Mountain Cemetery because the cemetery was listed in his obituary, which is posted on Find A Grave 114530726.
I will continue to search. Thank you for your message. Jean
Their son is the one buried there in 2000. Arthur E. Masey #81039633.
Added by Terry on Feb 02, 2016 11:46 AM
|Terry||Joana Masey #100724597|
Thank you for searching for her gravestone site in the Burnet Cemetery. Her death certificate & her husband's both show they are buried in this cemetery. I noticed there is an Unknown Masey that was buried in 2000. They both lived in Burnet so this is a mystery! I appreciate your time! Terry
Added by Terry on Feb 02, 2016 11:39 AM
|Kathy Ward||Mary Wells Moore 98930233|
Thank you for looking for Mary's marker I have found her. She was married 3 times. Mr. Moore was her third husband and she has a marker with the last name Landtroop. She is there with her 2nd husband and a few of her children. I was able to find her on the cemetery listing you attached to you e mail. I appreciate your time in trying to find her and thank your for the link to the cemetery. Kathy
|Bill and Denise||Caroline Coers, 88041607|
When you get a chance, please remove the photo for this person. The photo posted is for her daughter, Karoline Coers. Have a blessed day.
Just out of curiosity, if you are ever back out that way, please photo any of the Herridge family and I will submit any appropriate photo requests. A distant family member maintains Jim Herridge's but I was just curious as to the marker that were actually there. Thanks so much for your time and effort. It is very much appreciated.
Thanks so much for your time to look and check. I really appreciate your thoughtfulness. I will double check my records and see if I have the correct cemetery.
Thank you for trying to find his grave marker. I know he is buried there, but cannot for the life of me understand why there is no marker. His daughter and son-in-law are buried in the Odd Fellows Cemetery. The information came from my grandmother. So sorry for the trouble. If I find out more information, will request again.
|Mary||RE: Farley Headstone|
You are very welcome.
Added by Mary on Feb 17, 2014 9:20 PM
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