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Nancy Fleetwood Miller (#46780653)
 member for 15 years, 11 months, 25 days
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Mary Landfair Whiting
RE: Palmer Family photos at Woodlands Cemetery
It was my pleasure. I'm glad I could help.
~Mary

Added by Mary Landfair Whiting on May 21, 2016 2:07 PM

Gail and Scott Hannah
Brick Bethel
FYI- Great article on website "Historic Rural Churches of Georgia." gail

Added by Gail and Scott Hannah on Apr 30, 2016 6:53 PM

David Fleming
Cenotaph marker for Amos L. Ames
Nancy,

Thanks for bringing this matter to my attention about the actual burial record and the cenotaph record for Amos L. Ames.

I will try to follow the Find A Grave guideline shown below to remove confusion and I am waiting to hear back from Find A Grave.

Thanks,
David Fleming


What is a cenotaph? How do I have a memorial designated as a cenotaph?

A cenotaph is a tomb or a monument erected in honor of a person or group of persons whose remains are buried elsewhere. It can also be the initial marker for a person who has since been interred elsewhere.
To add a cenotaph, create a memorial just like any other. Then email edit@findagrave.com with a link to the memorial and a message to mark it as a cenotaph. Please only add relationship links to the actual burial memorial, when a cenotaph and an actual burial both exist.

Added by David Fleming on Feb 28, 2016 10:15 AM

cynthia mullens
RE: Jesse and Anna May Harrison
Thanks for a very kind message!
I was glad to do it.
Cindy

Added by cynthia mullens on Sep 08, 2015 9:19 AM

Ruth Draginoff Higgins
RE: Nye Family
You're welcome!

Added by Ruth Draginoff Higgins on Jul 13, 2015 5:47 PM

Vanessa Curry
RE: Mick Family in McCutcheon Cemetery
You are very welcome. I am glad they were all OK to read. I took several of each of the stones, just to make sure I could get one good one. This was the first time I have done this, and I really enjoyed the "puzzle" of finding the stones, figuring out if I had the right person, sometimes, even the right cemetery!

Vanessa

Added by Vanessa Curry on Jun 20, 2015 8:20 PM

Jim D
Eliza Mick
I will try to get a better picture the next time I go to the Cemetery, I took some random photos with my phone when I was there yesterday.

Added by Jim D on Jun 13, 2015 12:13 PM

WENDELL WESTBROOK
MICHAEL POPE
NANCY,
AT THE TIME OF MICHAEL POPE'S DEATH THERE IS NOT A TIFT CO GA. OR TURNER CO GA. THEY WERE NOT FORM UNTIL AUG 1905. THE CEMETERY THAT HE IS BURIED IN AT THAT TIME WAS CALLED THE BAPTIST CEMETERY. THE CHURCH WAS CALLED THE BAPTIST CHURCH OF TIFTON.
LATER THE NAME WAS CHANGED TO NEW RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH OF TIFTON. THE CEMETERY IS KNOW AS NEW RIVER CEMETERY.
SO, I WILL ASK YOU, WHAT CO. DO YOU WANT ME TO SHOW. TIFT CO OR IRWIN CO.?

WENDELL WESTBROOK
TIFTON, GA.

Added by WENDELL WESTBROOK on Jun 11, 2015 7:11 AM

Toots
116880251 Frank Greenwood Bland
I deleted one of the memorials and added his parents.

Are you a Bland direct descendant. I will be glad to transfer him to you.

Thanks
Toots

Added by Toots on May 17, 2015 5:22 PM

Debra Hibbs Hanlon
Jeremiah Hibbs
I will see if I can find my photos of the Hibbs Furbee Cemetery (no idea where the Furbee name came from- I only ever knew it as our family's cemetery) Jeremiah was my Great Grandfather- he was known as Jair. Others buried there are David Clemmon Hibbs, Roxie Hibbs, Sarah Ann Hibbs, several Koons and I think some of my father's aunts and one more of his sisters.

Debbie Hibbs Hanlon

Added by Debra Hibbs Hanlon on Apr 06, 2015 10:33 PM

Irma
RE: David White #62578375
Hi Nancy - you are welcome for the transfers, good luck in your genealogy search, I hope you don't have too many brick walls! irma

Added by Irma on Feb 28, 2015 6:17 AM

Irma
RE: David White #62578375
Thanks for the quick response! I do appreciate it. I do need help with this one, as I cannot find anything on the White family. Irma

Added by Irma on Feb 24, 2015 2:57 PM

GLENDA EISENHOUR
RE: Mayburry Harrison
You're very welcome. Find A Grave is my favorite pastime.

Added by GLENDA EISENHOUR on Feb 17, 2015 2:15 PM

Irma
Mary White 62578438
Hi-can you tell me your source for the White's in the Greenfield Cem in Fairfield CT cem? The birth dates for Joseph, David Burr, etc. I looked in the Barbour vital records, and also the Church records for Fairfield, and they are not included. Thanks! Irma

Added by Irma on Feb 16, 2015 8:21 AM

cynthia mullens
RE: Warren Family
Thanks for such a lovely note!

Cindy

Added by cynthia mullens on Jan 03, 2015 8:21 PM

Lisa Squared
Gaudy
We found John and Rosemary but did not see Christopher. Could he be buried in the same tomb without a name? Not sure if the relationship of John and rosemary are his parents or not.

Added by Lisa Squared on Nov 25, 2014 2:00 PM

Cheryl (Frame) Brown
RE: Whiting-Lorentz Family
No problem. I photographed Stalnaker in summer 2004 when we was staying there in Coxs Mills for a few months. Im trying to get all my photo's added but it is a long process & ive had so much going on. I hope to get them all added today. There are some listed that I dont have so either when transferring them from camera to computer or onto the disk I burned them onto, they got missed or they simply didnt have a marker when I was there. I also have my hand written list but not sure where it is off hand to check because if it is on the list in the notebook, I took a photo of it. Next year I will try to get any missing ones photographed, my parents live not far from there so I pass by it going to Glenville.

Added by Cheryl (Frame) Brown on Nov 21, 2014 2:27 PM

carol harris
Susan Mayburry
I am trying to find Susan's husband, Willoughby Mayburry. The obit article says they moved to Rockbridge County. Willoughby died in 1830...his daughter Susan married my husband's gfather, Thomas Griggs Harris. The marriage bond was signed by Willoughby's brother , Thomas, in Rockbridge......but I just can't find where Willoughby is buried. Are there ANY records or families there with bible records >>.that might have this info?? Thank you so much for the work you do. This was so helpful in knowing where Susan Eckert Mayburry is buried and where they went after Willoughby lost the Catoctin Furnace in 1820 as a result of the financial crisis of 1819. Thanks in advance for any help. Carol Harris

Added by carol harris on Nov 17, 2014 7:36 AM

cynthia mullens
RE: Ruth Mason Tomes Anderson
You're welcome! Thanks for your note.

Added by cynthia mullens on Oct 02, 2014 10:02 AM

Becky Pool Gilbert
Johnny Ogletree
Hi Nancy,
I noticed that your name contains Fleetwood and that Johnny's middle name was the same and I wondered if you were related to him. I wrote you an email via this site but I don't know if you ever got it. He was a dear friend of mine at Berry HS. I miss him always and I wondered if his mother was still alive..?

That accident shook our entire school and community to the core. Three vibrant boys lost at once. Any innocence or naiveté were gone after that fateful day.

Thank you for adding Johnny to the site,
Becky Pool Gilbert

Added by Becky Pool Gilbert on Sep 17, 2014 7:25 PM

John F Covey
RE: Hibbs Family
You are very welcome.
Until yesterday, I didn't even know that the Hibbs-Furbee cemetery even existed. I have been up Dents Run but not the side valley the cemetery is in. There is another Hibbs cemetery that exists in the county near a church called Myers Chapel. I also didn't know about it until yesterday.
The one that I do know about is because I have relatives buried in it and it is so tiny that it is not hard for me to keep track of who is buried there.

John

Added by John F Covey on May 31, 2014 2:55 PM

Angela Goldsmith
Bailey - MacPelah
If you are tracing the Bailey family, I've added two more memorials and a number of photos.

Added by Angela Goldsmith on May 14, 2014 9:45 AM

GLENDA EISENHOUR
RE: Obit for Catherine Bastable Bailey
These were published in a series of booklets called Lewis County West Virginia Obituaries. This one covers 1846 - 1899. The next one covers 1900 - 1909; then 1910 - 1919. There may be others - these are the ones I have. The obits were copied by Ann & Jay Newman of Buckhannon, WV from the WV University Microfilms representing all available newspapers.

Added by GLENDA EISENHOUR on Apr 29, 2014 9:34 AM

Michelle White
James Showalter
I found your request for James Showalter and the dates match exactly but the middle name is different. I will add the picture but if it is wrong let me know. Thanks.

Added by Michelle White on Mar 27, 2014 2:40 PM

Sharon
Mary Hawks Smith
Machpelah Cemetery records show her maiden name as Hawkins.

Added by Sharon on Mar 18, 2014 5:50 AM

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