Betty, I do not know where you live and if you were aware of the condition of the cemetery where Martin and Agatha were buried. Two years ago this December, my cousins and my husband and I decided to restore this cemetery doing all the work on a volunteer basis. It now looks like a park. We still have tombstones to set up and a some stumps to grind. We have received many thank yous for our efforts. If you live in the vicinity you might like to visit the cemetery to see its present condition. Your Martin and Agatha's stone is one that is down. I am hoping that our cousin who has a tractor will be able to help us set up some of the stones. He has had some health problems this summer and of course he still has his farm work to do. If you do not have a picture of their stone,and want one and have no one in the area to do this for you, I might be able to take one for you. Norita
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