|Mark Cowart||Margery Brophy|
Margery does not have a monument yet. I live in Indianola and am friends with her daughter, Erin, and her husband. I will add a photo when the monument is placed. Thanks!
Added by Mark Cowart on Jun 06, 2016 5:01 PM
Added by Mark Cowart on Jun 06, 2016 4:58 PM
Mae does not have a headstone. She is buried one row east of Peter King's grave.
Added by Patty on May 13, 2016 7:29 PM
Mae is buried in a single grave Lot. I don't believe she has a headstone but, I will get a area picture for you. Please give me some information on her parents so that I might be able to find them for you. Patty
Added by Patty on May 06, 2016 5:09 PM
|Alison H||RE: Pvt James B Miller gravesite|
Sorry, I forgot you are out of town. Springdale Cemetery is a mile from the Reily Cemetery, in Reily Twp, Butler Co.,Ohio. It's #43555.
Added by Alison H on Feb 12, 2016 9:53 AM
|Alison H||Pvt James B Miller|
James Miller and his wife are buried in Springdale Cemetery. I have added photos to his memorial, #99863685.
Added by Alison H on Feb 11, 2016 7:08 AM
|Linda ||Robert Rufus Wolfe|
Thanks for making a memorial for Robert Rufus Wolfe. He was my great-great grandfather. His son Leo Lester Wolfe is my great- grandfather. I don't know much about Rufus, but what I've heard of him is not very good. He abandoned his first wife Mea Miller, my great-great grandmother. Because of this, Leo's mother would not have the means to take care of him and their other children. At times and he would be placed in an orphanage. My grandmother, his daughter Marcia Jane Green (Wolfe) told me how he did not like going to the movie theaters because at one time when he was a child he was told he was going to see a movie and instead was taken to the orphanage. I added a parent relationship link to Rufus's memorial that is pending. On another note I have been led in my research of Rufus to find out his father was named Savage Wolfe. Do you know more about this?
Added by Linda on Feb 01, 2016 11:17 AM
KT Just found proof of Mae Mary's name being Mary Elizabeth. That explains the Elizabeth in the one census record.
Added by Seawolfe on Jan 23, 2016 4:00 PM
|Michael Pitts||RE: William R Davis|
Ok. Thanks a lot, that helps!
Added by Michael Pitts on Nov 15, 2015 1:11 PM
|Michael Pitts||William R Davis|
I noticed you left flowers for William R. Davis buried in the Davis Cemetery in Stone County, MS. I'm researching my ancestors and have a William R. Davis married to Amy Caroline Miller (married June 16, 1850). Do you know if this is the same person?
Added by Michael Pitts on Nov 15, 2015 4:29 AM
|Sharon Soileau||RE: phot of james slay tombstone|
Wow I am excited that I could do that for you, I know how I enjoy feeling connected when I find my family. I have more Slays to add.
Added by Sharon Soileau on May 05, 2015 7:12 AM
|Peter Cox||RE: mary beckett gravesite|
I did find a stone for Hannah & Humphrey Beckett who died 1711 & 1740, and one for Thomas Beckett who died in 1817. I'll be adding them in due course, unless they are linked to your family and you would like them done asap.
Added by Peter Cox on Mar 16, 2015 8:02 AM
|Carl Steiger||Hannah Anderson|
From the "Sundance Gazette" Sundance, Crook, Wyoming, July 29, 1898, page 4
On Sunday morning last Mrs. H. E. Anderson dropped dead on the floor of her cosy little home just across the line in Weston county. Heart disease was the cause of death.
Deceased was born in Tennessee sixty-six years ago. Early in life she went with her parents to Missouri, where she was united in marriage to Thomas Anderson. As a result of this union two sons and five daughters were born. Of these children five reside in Wyoming, one in California, and one in Washington. Mrs. Anderson came with her family to Wyoming in 1879, having resided in this vicinity for the past fifteen years. A little more than a year ago Mr. Anderson was buried and since that time the aged wife and mother has been quite feeble. Mrs. Anderson was a most clever lady and had a host of friends.
The funeral services were conducted at the M. E. church in this city on Tuesday morning by Dr. E. E. Cough of Deadwood, assisted by Revs. Nichols and Murr. Interment was made in Mount Moriah cemetery.
Added by Carl Steiger on Mar 06, 2015 8:33 PM
|cscallen||RE: robert and gladys wolfe|
I am so sorry, I did not know your father or mother. My husband and I did take on Sunset Memorial Gardens as a project and have been busy taking photos of the markers. I thought I might have added a picture, but see that J.C. Hooper added your folks pictures and then I noticed that I left flowers. This seems strange, but I don't think I have ever left flowers on anyone's memorial. ??
Added by cscallen on Feb 04, 2015 9:10 PM
please call the cemetery for a location.
Added by Patty on Oct 08, 2014 10:49 PM
|Kitty Lambert-Rudd||Frederich JONAS|
I found the marker for Frederich Jonas while documenting Concordia Cemetery in Buffalo, NY and have posted the pictures per your request. Feel free to copy and use as you wish.
The stone is getting very worn. As such if you would like a rubbing to see if there is any information there that you may not have, let me know right away and I will go out and get one before the snow hits! (no, I DO NOT charge)
There was information on the side (I did not get any info from it as I was only out for basic photo documentation on this trip).
I can tell you that the group that is managing the Cemetery and its records are awesome at sending everything they can find for you on any burial in the cemetery.
I am not associated with them (I don't even have anyone buried there! I am just an independent stone hunter) but I do know they are an ALL VOLUNTEER GROUP that is struggling to maintain the final resting place of good people like yours with little or no money... Send them a donation once in a while so that they can keep the place beautiful and protected.
Added by Kitty Lambert-Rudd on Oct 08, 2014 1:38 PM
|Rebecca Adams McGonigle||RE: Sigler Tombstones in Florida|
Would you like me to transfer management of his memorial to you?
Added by Rebecca Adams McGonigle on Sep 16, 2014 1:06 PM
|Larry Draughon||Norman Sands|
Thanks,Kaye, for the edit of Norman. Hope you are doing well. Larry Draughon
Added by Larry Draughon on Aug 28, 2014 7:54 PM
|hollidaywoman||RE: death dates of Josie Graham.|
The correction has been made, Kaye. Thank you so much for providing information. I also posted a note regarding the correction. Thanks again!
Added by hollidaywoman on Jul 21, 2014 5:11 PM
|hollidaywoman||RE: death dates of Josie Graham.|
Thank you for the information on Josie Graham. The info I posted came from the Cemetery Books published by Edwards and Strickland. I have found more than one mistake regarding dates, I am sure because headstones were no longer legible when they surveyed the cemeteries.
My question to you is would you like me to transfer management of this memorial to you? (No other family has come forward to request transfer.) If not, let me know and I will correct the date and make a note on the memorial letting the public know about the discrepancy.
I would be happy to do either at your say so. Just let me know.
Again, thanks for coming forward! Have a lovely evening.
Added by hollidaywoman on Jul 21, 2014 4:31 PM
I found her burial card:
ANNA PAGE CHERRY 2/17/1833-1/13/1912
Section: P Lot 70
Added by Patty on Jul 20, 2014 5:48 PM
I looked for the tombstone for William but can find it. found othrs but not that one
Added by brandie hamlett on Jun 25, 2014 9:11 PM
|Joe Catlett DeStefano||RE: photo of J a Thornton|
So glad to have been of assistance. Out of curiosity, do you have any info on why the two different names show up in family records? Best - JD
Added by Joe Catlett DeStefano on May 15, 2014 9:15 AM
|Larry Draughon||James Freeland|
Thanks so much, Kaye, for transferring James Freeland's Memorial to me. Much appreciated. Larry Draughon
Added by Larry Draughon on Feb 21, 2014 5:52 PM
I checked the whole cemetery, confirmed with the funeral home he is buried in Ferriera Cemetety, but he has no headstone, they said to call Dunn Creek baptist church, since they run the Cemetety and they might be able to tell you the location of his grave, there is a a lot of pine needles about 2 feet thick in the back and if his marker still exist it would be under all of that.... Donna
Added by cressel/stowers on Feb 11, 2014 3:08 PM