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Started by David. Last reply by H Girdley Jun 25, 2012.
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Started by Helen Leggatt May 15, 2012.
For those of you that are fellow find a grave addicts- here is another group that will help you with your personal genealogy, you ask to join and then when you are allowed in you give them the surnames you are looking for. Also i am the brick wall Coordinator- so if you have ran into a brick wall i am the one you send your information to. The group email is this firstname.lastname@example.org
Also for the cemeteries in my corner of Ks- here are some heads up- in Norton city cemetery- their is a sexton that is available during the week. There is also a web page thru our local genealogical society that tells you where to find this person's stone you are looking for.also we have about all of the cemeteries listed on our web site.
For Phillipsburg's Fairview cemetery- there's is under the City Clerk for the City of Phillipsburg.
The same for Stockton,Ks the city cemetery is under the City Clerk, its the same for Plainville,Ks
For the one under Palco- there is a directory-and a sexton- but you have to call of an evening to get him
The city cemetery in Osborne,Ks - the man at the genealogical society can be found at the city library.
Hope this helps, Cynthia Kindall-Norton,Ks
Boy, you guys must have all crawled out of the Wintery hibernation den at once! My inbox filled up in about 2 hours flat - all from genealogywise!
It is good to see everyone alive and active again. :-)
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