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Re: albright cemetery
Posted by: Nancy Gornichec Date: July 01, 2001 at 16:49:36
In Reply to: Re: albright cemetery by John Hewitt of 1448

Hi!

I got some pictures of the Albright Cemetary, I can either scan them and send them to you by email or send them by snail mail. Unfortunately, The two or three headstones I found, you could barely read them, except for seeing Hewitt on them. I think one was the wife of a Hewitt. With the terrible flood they had in Albright back in, I think 1985, it is surprising there are still any old markers left standing. When I get back there again, maybe I could see if I could try and clean some of the stuff off of them and try to read them better. I would need something to try and scrape it off though. We tried to do rubbings, but they didn't work very well either. Anyway, just let me know how you want them sent!

Nancy :)


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