|Kathryn H||Lieut William M Addington # 44988605|
I noticed that there is a discrepancy of William's year of death. The footstone shows 1845, however the rest of the post says 1846. The Sons of the American Revolution Membership also shows 1845. Can you look at this and update the post if 1845 is the correct year.
(BTW William is my 4th great grandfather)
Added by Kathryn H on May 01, 2016 4:58 PM
Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving flowers and a cross for my beloved husband Manuel. I deeply appreciate it.
Added by Mary on Apr 07, 2016 4:41 PM
|VA CURR||ADDINGTON CHAPEL METHODIST CHUCH|
HELLO! YOU POSTED A PICTURE OF ADDINGTON CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH AND AM WONDERING IF YOU WOULD ALLOW THE PHOTO TO BE USED ON A MEMORIAL PAGE FOR A RELATIVE WHO IS BURIED IN THE CEMETERY? THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR CONSIDERING MY REQUEST.
Added by VA CURR on Mar 11, 2016 3:55 PM
|Amy Holliman Armstrong||Doctor Morgan Berry|
Hello. I was wondering if you are a descendant of Doctor Morgan Berry. My son and husband are descendants of his brother, Richardson Davidson Berry.
Added by Amy Holliman Armstrong on Feb 07, 2016 2:37 PM
|RoseBud||Thelma G. Nerim Whitcomb|
Sorry for the errors in the note below. I really shouldn't be typing or thinking after midnight.
I made two mistakes I wish to correct.
I should have gotten Thelma's last name correct, Whitcomb. Also, My grandfather (Ira Nerim) was the brother of your Great-grandfather Lars Nerim, Thelma's dad.
Added by RoseBud on Sep 15, 2015 11:00 PM
|RoseBud||Thelma Nerim Weston|
I saw the flowers and note you left on your grandmother's (Thelma's) memorial. Your grandfather Lars was my grandfather's (Ira Nerim's) brother. I am a couple thousand miles away and I never knew Ira, as he died in 1935 and I was born 2 decades later. Would you be interested in talking with me, please?
Added by RoseBud on Sep 15, 2015 10:06 PM
|Sheryl Smith||Thornton Cemetery-Giles, TN|
My name is Sheryl Blankenship Smith I would like to know the location of the Thornton Cemetery which you so kindly listed in Giles County. You stated that although there were markers in 1980 now or at the time you listed your site there were none left. I would greatly appreciate knowing the site as I am a Giles Co., Thornton ancestor and have Great Great Grandparents that should be buried there. Most should be in the Elkton area possibly some in the BeeSpring Cemetery area. Would love to hear from you Thank you for your help in advance,
Added by Sheryl Smith on Apr 15, 2014 1:07 PM
|Leon Barton||RE: Thank you|
You are welcome. I have found many of the families of my wife and me by using this site. To me, family is what life is about. Where would we be without family. I enjoy going to cemeteries to take photos and then put them on this site so people cand find family. Have a great life.
Added by Leon Barton on Aug 02, 2013 8:26 AM
|K. Frank||RE: Peter J. Frank|
I am one of Peter's great-great grandchildren through his son, Simon Frank, and his son, Alvie Frank. Thank you for posting a picture of our great-great grandfather and great great grandmother. I always wanted to see a picture of them. Nice to meet you.
Added by K. Frank on Jul 31, 2013 6:52 PM
|K. Frank||Peter J. Frank|
Are you related to Peter J. Frank?
Added by K. Frank on Jul 30, 2013 9:38 PM
I walked the Bigler Cemetery this weekend and didn't see any evidence for J. Huntington. The cemetery is small, set on a hill in an area that once was rural, but today is the setting for large, upscale homes. The grass was high, and many stones have fallen, becoming lost under decades of sediment. so it's possible that J. Huntington is there, waiting to be discovered. Wish I had better news for you.
Added by shs on Jul 10, 2013 6:47 AM
|Michael Pitcock||Capt. James D. Stevens|
Hi David, Thank you for sharing the information regarding Capt James D. Stevens' burial place. Please let me know if his memorial is not satisfactory to you now. Thanks!
Added by Michael Pitcock on Mar 25, 2013 5:14 PM
|Jack Eslick||RE: Hopkins Eastland Cemetery|
I am going to try to find the Hopkins Eastland cemetery today to visit my family's graves. I think I found the cemtery on the map from your directions. From what I understand it is on the little farm lane named Shamrock Lane right behind the shed behind the brick house. Thank you once again for the information. Jack Eslick
Added by Jack Eslick on Jan 06, 2013 8:54 AM
|Jack Eslick||Hopkins Eastland Cemetery|
I noticed you had recently visited the Hopkins Eastland Cemetery and made photos of some of the stones. I have Eastland and Eslick family buried there and have tried to visit but I have not been able to find the cemetery in the past. Could you tell me where it is located? Thank you very much, Jack Eslick
Added by Jack Eslick on Nov 19, 2012 9:31 AM
transfer is done
Added by mercedes bauerly-dreas on Aug 15, 2012 10:49 PM
|Wednesday||RE: Henry G Hiles 29905666|
Can you connect him to his mother Sarah.
Added by Wednesday on Dec 26, 2011 8:55 AM
|Leon Barton||Peter & Barbara Frank|
The memorials for Peter & Barbara Frank have been transferred to you. You are welcome and have a great day.
Added by Leon Barton on Nov 02, 2011 7:52 AM
|dana||elizabeth nelson/bejamin pate|
Sure,but did they go to luverne? iN 1880 they were in conecuh co when I found them. I was shocked to see that he was still living..Ive been to luverne but didnt have much luck. Benjamin's sons John and Joshua both lived in Alabama...John in a place called mcclean's ville which is now Paul...John is buried with his wife Rebecca in pleasent grove cemetary a church he built for her...Joshua was living in Luverne with his wife Espy...Im their ggggrandaughter.IM NOT SURE IF elizabrth ever married either again,but I shall keep looking. Dana
Added by dana on Oct 03, 2011 11:13 AM
|Tami Glock||RE: Jonathan W. Davis|
I transferred the memorial to you to manage. Happy Hunting.
Added by Tami Glock on Sep 30, 2011 5:03 PM
DHW, I WAS ALSO UNABLE TO FIND THE GRAVE OF BENJAMIN PATE,HE MOVED IN WITH HIS DAUGHTER ELIZABETH NELSON,THEY ALSO MOVED TO ALABAMA AND I FIND THEM ON 1870AND 1880 CENSUS,BUT HAVE NEVER FOUND A GRAVE. DANA SIMPKINS
Added by dana on Sep 06, 2011 12:14 PM
|Find AL Graves 2||Mary Addington|
You are welcome. If I can be of further assistance in the Guntersville area, please feel free to contact me. I have also added a memorial for Robert O'Dell Addington and my husband attached his headstone photo. I don't know if he is your relative or not. He is buried next to Mary Addington. There is a notation in my cemetery book for Robert stating " WWI ". I don't know if that means he died in WWI or if he was a WWI veteran. Good luck in your research.
Added by Find AL Graves 2 on Aug 24, 2010 4:20 PM
|Betty Aronson||RE: Lydia Sheffield Bolin|
She was my 4th great-grandmother. According to information from descendants in St. Clair, AL, that is her date of death. Thomas Cotton Bowlin didn't survive the Civil War, but to my knowledge she did. I do not know if she has a marker or what sort it might be. The information I found online on St. Clair cemeteries lists only some of the grave markers in certain cemeteries. She is buried with some of her daughter's family members. It says Lydia Sheffield b. 1800 according to the information online. I have no idea why she was buried as a Sheffield and not a Bowlin but she is in the company of family members and none of the other Lydia Sheffield or Bowlins are born in 1800 but her. I wondered why she wasn't buried with Thomas Cotton Bowlin in the Ashville City Cemetery, as her son Lafayette and other family members were.
I've been to Ashville once on a fact-finding mission but didn't have time to visit cemeteries. I hope to go back in the near future and visit Hopewell cemetery. I'll keep you posted.
Added by Betty Aronson on Jan 08, 2010 5:14 PM
yes David I do Thank there is a Connection my line is David Funderburk 1794 1873 my dad Alfred Clint Funderburg 1905 1972 his dad Claude Funderburg 1881 1925 his dad William Robert Funderburg 1860 1933 his dad Hardy Durham Funderburg 1830 1861
Added by Bobbie Christian on Mar 13, 2009 3:49 PM
|Barbara Ann P.||Austin Photos|
Thank you so much for taking the time to share these photos! I appreciate it!
Added by Barbara Ann P. on Feb 20, 2009 3:26 PM
David, thank you for your kind words about the Wood Family Cemetery in Heard County, Georgia. Sadly, I did not survey the cemetery; Judy Kilgore did. I found the information on the internet, and have communicated with Ms. Kilgore. She took the picture of the Cemetery.
Jimmie Bowen was the first wife of my great-great grandfather Walter Rufus Wood. They had two children: Roy Rufus Wood and Myrtle Maud Wood. Myrtle Maud rests near her parents. I don't remember where Roy Rufus Wood is, but believe he is in Randolph County, Alabama.
I have included Jimmie Bowen's parents in my family tree. There is a wonderful "biography" of her mother here in findagrave.
Thank you for letting me know that the posting of the Wood Family Cemetery was appreciated.
Sherry Thompson Catron
Added by Kelticqueen on Nov 19, 2008 1:26 PM