|BJ||St. Joseph Cemetery|
Just wanted to save you a trip...we are currently photographing this cemetery...and we did get pictures of the Brewers...in the first group....
Added by BJ on Apr 16, 2015 8:42 PM
|Meredith Leischer||Theodore & Ada Brackin|
I'd like to do the right thing and let you know that I duplicated the above individuals that you placed in this cemetery. 94628086 & 94628120
I had them interred in a different cemetery until it was brought to my attention that they were in this Greenwood cemetery.
If you'd copy/add any additional information to your memorials I'd be happy to delete mine when you are done.
|skm||L.D. Parson - 94119607|
Thank you for looking for L.D. Parson's grave marker. Here is a link to a web site that states that he is buried in the Hastings State Hospital Cemetery: http://debbiesgenealogy.com/Hastings%20State%20Hospital%20Cemetery.htm. Hope that you are able to find his grave marker on your return visit to the cemetery. Sue
Added by skm on Sep 12, 2012 10:58 AM
Thank for the photo of his headstone. It is much appreciated!
Added by SandiMH on Aug 18, 2012 4:38 PM
|Rebecca Martin||Tombstone photos|
Thank you very much for the nice photos of my ancestors tombstones. It is so nice to know where they are and it is almost like visiting them when I look at the photos.
Thank you so much for the photos from Lakeside, it's nice just to have photos of the area. Yet it is sad that it is so grown over.
|Benjamin Kinsey||Dale Haugrose's marker|
Thank you very much for taking the picture of Dale's grave marker and then posting it.
|T. Carlson||Weydt photos|
Thank you very much for the gravestone photos! Much appreciated.
Thanks so much for checking on those burials in Lakeside. I have put in new photo requests for someone to take a photo of their unmarked graves. If you are willing to take these photos, and if you have anything, such as a flower or flag or any type of colorful item that could be placed on their grave for a photo, that would be great. I was also surprised that those other gentlemen were not buried there as those records are from the state hospital itself.
Thanks so much for your help.
|Lisa M. Croner||Pettingill|
Thank you so much for taking these pictures
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