Shoop

Aletha

Bowton

Asa Margret in back.

Bowton

Main Name stone

Bowton

Daniel & Flora

Bowton

Clarie & Flora

Le Fevre

Bud & Hallie

Bowton

Glen

Bowton

Glen photo 2

Le Fevre

Harry & Marg.

Le Fevre

Ivan Lyle Le Fevre WW II vet

Mabel L. Le Fevre

Le Fevre

Ivan Lyle Le Fevre WW II vet

Mabel L. Le Fevre

Photo 2

Le Fervre

Merretta & Katherine-- daughters

Le Fevre

Merretta & Katherine--daughters

Bowton

Louise

Le Fevre

Mabel & Ivan Lee WW II Vet

Le Fevre

Harry & Margret

If  you have any tombstone photos to contribute to Abingdon Cemetery, feel free to attach them to them to an email to me. Thanks & happy day. Thanks for your contribution Gail & may someone of your ancestors find you out there.

Contributed by

Hi,
I have been viewing your Abindon Cemetery Photo records. I have found several photos that I need and have several tombstones for the LeFevre Family and Bowton Family in my possession.
There is no listing for Kathryn Jeanette LeFevre born 6 August 1917 died 13 May, 2001. She is in Section 9 buried with family of Margaret, Harry F., and Meritta LeFevre. Another LeFevre family in Section 9 is Ivan Lyle LeFevre, AMMI US NAVY WWII Aug 12, 1919 - Apr 3 1988 and his wife Mabel L. LeFevre born 1917 and is still living. Alethea C. (Bowton) Shoop born May 30, 1901 died May 6, 1979. She is the wife of Fred W. Shoop. I have head stone picures of all of these individuals.

Also have headstone pictures of Bowton, Daniel and Flora I. LeFevre's Harry E and Hallie , Mereitta, Harry F and Margaret.and the Bowton family is sectyion 11. if you need any of these, I can scan and send them to you.

I need pictures of Cox family Section 6 of J. Ludwell, Emma E., Beulah B., J. E, and Cyrena Section 13 James M Bowton, Ella Ryder and MarkS and Fern T. Bowton. and Anna Marie Bowton
Section 4.

I would like to snail mail you a donation for these pictures if that is possible. I prefer not to have a credit card number on the Internet. Thanking you in Advance for your help
Gail McMullin
 

June, 2007 From: Gail McMullin

Hi Foxie
Was sorry to hear that you had been sick and hope you are feeling better.
The pictures were more than I had expected. You should be very proud of yourself for the the work you are doing and the service you have provided for people like me. Your kindness will always be remembered.

Take Care
Gail McMullin

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