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Re: Olivet Cemetery Lookup
Posted by: Kathleen BURROWS (ID *****8292) Date: October 09, 2003 at 15:30:56
In Reply to: Re: Olivet Cemetery Lookup by barbara lindeman of 75

Barbara, I made it to Mt. Olivet Cemetery. It is a lovely cemetery, green and shady. I found the Mitchell family marker it is a upright with the name MITCHELL on it. It is surrounded by a massive growth of green vines. I did take photos. There were only 2 individual markers that I could find:
Charles F. 1866-1932 and Anna M. (somehow I did not get the birthdate) -1991. The records in the office gave the dates as 9 Nov. 1932 for Charles F, and 26 Sept 1991 for Anna Mollie. these could be burial dates...

The records also listed a death/burial date of 23 July 1960 for Emma MITCHELL ( couldn't find a marker), 24 April 1965 for Lilly C. MITCHELL. ( couldn't find the marker) they are all supposed to be there together, I did not disturb the vines much to see if they were hidden because there was quite a bit of rustling in them, I did check the upright and there was nothing clear down to the base.
Theadore MITCHELL was not there. I will go back and see if I can get Anna Mollie's birthdate, but till then I think the next thing to do is check for Obits on all of them??? as to the neice, perhaps the 1900 census might have her listed with them? let me check the obits for a clue as to where they were located... hope this helps, sorry about the missing birthdate for Anna Mollie. I was so excited to find them, I didn't do a very good job of getting all the info!!! will do better next time...Kathy

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