|Bob Wright||Herbert Jennings, Fred Peck|
I looked for monuments for these two people and didn't find them. Herbert Jennings is buried on the side of a hill and maybe his monument/plaque disappeared below the sod. Herbert is with several other Jennings on the side of that hill, so you might gently poke around in the sod and maybe you will be lucky. I didn't find a marker for Fred Peck, but there are several other Pecks buried in that section. Fred had a wife, and I didn't find her either. One of the workers in the cemetery is very helpful - with him and the plot map you would have better luck.
Happy hunting, Bob
|Diggin for one||Shotwells|
I appreciate all of your efforts. It is possible headstones were not placed to mark their resting places.
|Diggin for one||Edwin Shotwell|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request. I appreciate the time and effort you spent on my behalf. I hope your walk was a pleasant one.
|Christoph||RE: Amanda Miller|
My grandmother Amanda was born 11-November-1868. I would be intersted in both pictures though. Since you have had better communication with the cemetery than I have, can you see if there is a Seddie or Maude Miller? She would of died after my grandfather John (who died in 1937).
|Christoph||RE: Mary Melissa Titus|
Thank you. William & Elizabeth are my grandparents.
|Christoph||Mary Melissa Titus|
Thank you for photographing my aunt Mary Melissa Titus. I am not sure what the black is on the bottom of the marker? Can it be brushed off? Did you by chance notice if she was buried with other Titus' or not?