|Hunter Porter||Robert Porter|
I have added Robert Porters father to find a grave. His name is John Clark Porter buried at Pearson cemetery. Will you add him as his father and link them? Thank you. Robert is my 3rd and John is my 4th great grandpa.
|Ceb||Oliver J. and Ruth Estes Mount Hope Cemetery, Topeka, Kansas|
on record: the purchase of the lot space by Wilmot Estes for a cenotaph marker for Oliver is the only connection to Oliver J. Estes, which is also the only connection of Ruth Estes to this cemetery. The record of purchase of the lot for the "Estes" marker by Wilmot for Oliver is the only link to find Ruth Estes in this cemetery.
Wilmot Estes initially had a memorial tree placed and later purchased space 1 of lot 45 in the Singing Tower Section to have a marker placed as a cenotaph. This space is near the southwest corner of the scattering Garden (the wide and long depression area along the west side of The Singing Tower.
The family scattered their ashes of Oliver and Ruth somewhere in this Scattering Garden area.
there are no records for service performed by the cemetery
Added by Ceb on Sep 21, 2015 4:05 PM
|Betty Jean Wolverton-Dwyer/George||Thank you!|
Thank you for going to the cemetery and taking the wonderful photo for Grover M Clifton, Jr.
Many Blessings to you,
BJ & Families
|seedsofcuriousity||Lillian Alvern Rushin Kirkley|
|Carla Case||RE: Beulah Brady Peterson headstone photo|
You are most welcome!
|Rick ||RE: John C Brady headstone photo|
Thanks, you are welcome.
Added by Rick on Aug 09, 2014 12:51 PM
|Don McAllister||RE: William Henry Bock headstone photo|
My pleasure glad I could help. I found several Bocks in that area and added their grave photos to their memorials
|Ed FitzGerald||Roe Cemetery|
Thank you very much for posting the picture of Andrew E. Howards Stone. He was a Union Soldier during the Civil WAr 62 Illinois Inf. REg Company A&H. He married a lady who had two brothers who fauaght for the South John and Romulas Sorrells. I drove from DC and stopped at the Cem. but could not find the stone.
|Mairbair57||Fannie and Carlis Black|
Thank you so much for the headstone photo you took for Fannie and Carlis Black....
Thank you so much for the grave photos of Lawrence Church and his wife. : )
Added by TXGENIE on Nov 17, 2013 6:40 PM
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