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Andrea (#48004356)
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Brad Campbell
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David C. Bohn
Heimlich Gravesites
Andrea: I thoroughly checked out all the markers in St. Johns, but didn't find any with that name. So sorry.
Added by David C. Bohn on Jul 13, 2013 6:24 AM
David C. Bohn
RE: John & Mary Heimlich
Glad to, but you must re-place the requests, so that I'll get credit for them.
Added by David C. Bohn on Jul 11, 2013 1:05 PM
David C. Bohn
John & Mary Heimlich
Andrea: Do you still need pictures of the Heimlich gravesites? Though I received E-mails for them, I found that your requests have disappeared, and no pictures have been uploaded for those memorials. That cemetery is nearby, and I might make it over there, this week, if you still need them.
Added by David C. Bohn on Jul 11, 2013 9:18 AM
RE: Beebe family
No, I am sorry, I always post all the info I have. If you do find out more about them in the future, I would be happy to add it to their memorials. Best wishes.
Added by skye on Jan 12, 2013 9:09 AM
RE: Beebe Tombstones
I added the photo for Franklin Beebe (1854-1909). His grave is right next to Susan Beebe. Hope this helps, have a great day.
Added by Grandma0804 on Jan 12, 2013 7:58 AM
RE: Beebe Tombstones
You're very welcome. There was another grave marker next to Susan for Franklin Beebe. I photographed that one also, do you need that one?
Added by Grandma0804 on Jan 11, 2013 4:16 PM
Brad Campbell
RE: one more question
Hi Andrea,
The star next to the monument is a GAR emblem. GAR means the Grand Army of the Republic. It was a fraternal organization for men who fought and were honorably discharged from the Union Army during the Civil War. With the toppling of the monument, I cannot tell for whom the emblem is intended.

The monument contains the inscriptions for Phebe J. Billington, Silva White, Minnie White, and Roxania and Lyman Beebe.

Someone listed there was an honorably-discharged Union soldier. Although I did not see the symbol associated with it, one of the women buried there might also have been a member of the Women's Relief Corp. It is the female auxiliary for the Grand Army of the Republic.

Added by Brad Campbell on Jan 08, 2013 7:47 AM
Brad Campbell
RE: Lyman C Beebe
I am glad to help. Seeing the condition of the monument made me sad. Evergreen Cemetery is quite picturesque. Toppled monuments are not common.

Added by Brad Campbell on Jan 07, 2013 5:54 PM

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