|Barb Withers (#47843203)|
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I love history and especially when it leads to my personal history of finding ancestors. I look at these memorials as a way to honor those that have come before us and also a way to learn clues to help with family trees. If you need a photo in my area please let me know, I am happy to help with your history too :)|
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|Cynthia ||Richard Withers|
my grandmother was Elsie Withers Ferguson Deam. Richard withers was her grandfather.
Added by Cynthia on Oct 15, 2014 12:43 PM
|William Jowers||RE: Thank you from Utah|
You are welcome! Click on the photos and read the captions. I added three photos for C.V. Walker. You should make the trip to Augusta. But come in the late fall, winter or early spring. It's too hot here in the summer. Let me know if you need more photos taken. I can send all the photos that I took today. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send them your way.
|Linda Lou Ward||RE: Henry Horn|
I did not see any other Horns in that cemetery but there is another Jewish cemetery right next to the one where Henry is buried. I read his obit and have the other family names. I will go a little search.
|Beth Burke||Sue Walker Brown|
Since this is your family I'm just gonna transfer to you
|Carol Lynds||Edgar Vance|
Hi Barbara, We did go back and confirm with the office that there is no marker. I took pictures of the spot where it should be, which I can e-mail to you, if you like. This cemetery puts flags on all veterans' markers on Memorial Day, if it is marked! It is quite a site!
|Doug & Marilyn Parman||RE: Mary Elizabeth Mayo|
If you have missing family members, I would call Lakewood at 209 883-4465. Lakewood is the largest cemetery in the county. I would says 8 out 10 are buried in that cemetery. Only a small % are listed in Find a Grave.
Hope is helps,
|Doug & Marilyn Parman||Mary,Oscar & Elgin Mayo|
None had markers, dug down to see if the markers were buried. They were not, placed flowers at their grave site.