|Mary Agnes Hammett||Re: Ventress Thoms request, Roselawn, Baton Rouge, LA|
In the same plot are
Ventress E Thoms 1923-1977
Cora Hazel Watson 1921-1924
Marion Watson 1920-1924
John Sellers Watson 1883-1932
Fred C Watson 1885-1943
Sallie Mae Powers Watson 1880-1977
Don't know if and/or how they are related. Looks like a couple of these have duplicates. Should you need better, clearer photos, please do not hesitate.
Added by Mary Agnes Hammett on Jul 14, 2015 12:23 PM
|TLH||Arthur Huey photo request|
Hi, the volunteers would be happy to fill your photo request however we will need a burial location to do so.Can you please contact Laurel Land and get a burial location for your request?
The number is 214 371 1336
or to email them, the link is:http://www.laurellanddallas.com/home/contact_us.htmlThey are good about responding to the email request!
There are over 145 photo requests currently and the volunteers cannot ask for that many locations to fill requests. With a location, your request will get filled pretty quickly. Thanks for your help. : )
Added by TLH on Oct 05, 2013 2:15 PM
|Sheila||Atkinson ~ Campground Cemetery|
I am in the process of posting for Martha and should be finished within the hour, but I did want to call your attention to the fact that I posted for all known Atkinson's buried at Campground.
Added by Sheila on Aug 29, 2013 6:22 PM
|Jim Quick||Search for John McDonald|
Hi I looked for John McDonald today but didn't find his grave. I did find his wife, Gwinnette Berwick which I put up on find a grave. Next time I'm in Greensburg I'll give it another look.
Added by Jim Quick on May 14, 2013 3:48 PM
My pleasure to post a pic of Wm. Taliafarro's grave. I would be interested in knowing more about him as I believe him to be Confederte Veteran that served in Company C of the 18th Louisiana Infantry Regiment. Are you able to verify this information? Thanks!
Added by Charles Lauret on Apr 13, 2013 6:36 PM
|TLH||John Reames Photo request|
I am happy to fill your request at Sparkman Hillcrest, but I will need a burial location in order to do so. They don't give findagrave volunteers burial locations but you could get one if you called on the phone at: 214 363 5401.
Let me know the location and I will go out there next week and fill it for you.
Added by TLH on Apr 06, 2013 2:14 PM
|Paula Gorham Fealko||RE: Brooks Cemetery|
Annie Humphries Eskew was my great grandmother. She died when my grandmother was 5 or 6. Her husband was John Bunyun Eskew. He's buried in Eden Cemetery. My mom and her sisters only recently rediscovered the Brooks Cemetery with the help of a cousin. The cemetery is only about 30' by 30' and is located in the middle of a hunting club. Only the headstones that I posted have been found. The Eskew's stones are all made the same way, so we think they were all replaced at the same time. Mary's broken stone is the only one that's been found. They continue to go and work on the cemetery when they can. The last time, I went with them and took a 2 ft. screwdriver to try and find some more headstones by poking around in the ground but haven't found anymore yet. There is room for a few more graves but no one knows if there is. I'm going to pass your message on to my mother and if she know's anything, I'll be glad to let you know.
Added by Paula Gorham Fealko on Oct 19, 2012 9:08 PM
|Deborah Broadus Kwan||Plantation|
I will do a history pull and see what I can come up with.
Added by Deborah Broadus Kwan on May 27, 2012 6:28 PM
|Deborah Broadus Kwan||RE: springhill plantation|
Peachy Taliaferro is the name and it said it was listed by you. Let me know
Added by Deborah Broadus Kwan on May 26, 2012 10:43 AM
|Deborah Broadus Kwan||RE: springhill plantation|
I seen something on it when I looked.
Added by Deborah Broadus Kwan on May 26, 2012 9:51 AM
|Deborah Broadus Kwan||springhill plantation|
Hey could you give me directions to this place I will be in the Hazlehurst area. Thanks
Added by Deborah Broadus Kwan on May 25, 2012 1:45 PM
|Dennis M Hood||RE: Findagrave|
Oops! This is the same person. She is in the Friendship Church cemetery. I was posting others in the Old Saline Cemetery. By mistake I added her to the old saline instead of Friendship. I have deleted. Thanks for catching that.
Added by Dennis M Hood on Feb 25, 2012 8:41 PM
|Ross A Peot||Thom|
I have claimed your request for a photo of the marker. If there is an indication of unmarked it means that there is no stone. However, I know the lady that maintains the records for the cemetery so I will contact her on Monday. Ross
Added by Ross A Peot on Feb 25, 2012 10:35 AM
|Dennis M Hood||RE: Friendship Cemetery|
Added by Dennis M Hood on Feb 25, 2012 9:16 AM
This is no doubt quite a unique cemetery. My partner and I have been looking for this cemetery for several months. We thought we had found it about a month ago but there were no Donovant's buried there. That turned out to be a slave cemetery. We worked with the folks at Chester County Library who referred us to a man who is part of the Chester County Historical Society. We found him and he gave us the directions. It is located way back in the woods about 3/4 of a mile from Highway 9 east of Chester.
My partner -semurdock - has the rest of the cemetery pictures and will be posting them. We also found 2 people who are buried there that are not listed on Find A Grave. He will add them. The man at Historical Society will be an excellent resource for you and he has a lot of pictures. My partner will send you his name and number. If you don't get that info over the next couple of days, let me know.
Added by cev on Jun 29, 2011 7:02 PM
|Eric Stark||Esset Stark|
You requested a photo for my great grandfather Esset Academus Stark. Do you know much about him? I am actually trying to get information about his father Norbourne Perry Stark (N. P. Stark). He was born to Adin Stark / Elanor Stillwell in Shelby County, KY in 1819. He migrated to Texas around 1850 and lived and died in the northeast corner of Texas just west of Arkansas (Red River area). Not sure if you know much about him but or why he left KY for Texas but thought I would give it a shot.
Added by Eric Stark on Mar 30, 2011 2:31 PM
|Olin E. Hartley||RE: Enoch Moore|
You are quite welcome. Was glad to do it for you.
Added by Olin E. Hartley on Oct 16, 2009 7:49 AM
|William Kazupski||RE: Souillet|
As always, you are most welcome.
Added by William Kazupski on Sep 26, 2009 1:32 PM
|Kathy Walker Pyle||Big Hickory Cemetery|
I wanted to tell you about Big Hickory Cemetery. The cemtery is getting overgrown by small pine saplings which are scattered through out this small cemetery. And is grown up in weeds as well. There are some of the headsones that have fallen over. I did not know if you were a relative of the Hollensworth family or not. But if something is not done to this cemetery soon, alot of the headstones will be ruined by the growth of pine trees.
Added by Kathy Walker Pyle on Sep 18, 2009 9:32 PM
|TomDuse||RE: Phillip/Mary Tyler|
No, I'm sorry, but my summer has been kind of crazy and I've had to put my graving interests on the shelf for a while. As long as you keep the requests on the Evergreens page (and I think they may stay there indefinitely), if I do get a chance to go in the next couple months, I promise to see what I can find!
Added by TomDuse on Aug 24, 2009 3:24 PM
|Lola Colson Maroney||Childs Cemetery|
Hello, got the request for a photo, I have just Joined Findagrave. I know the Childs area well, I will take your pictures this week-end, Aug 15.
I know some area residents, especially a lady named Jewel Davis Belin, age 88, that was a close fiend of my mother's. I lost my Mother in 2004, but I have kept in close contact with Miss Jewel. She knows all from that area and if you need some questions asked I'll be happy to do it for you. She has a book that has a lot of Evans, Davis, Childs etc with pictures of them. Lola
Added by Lola Colson Maroney on Aug 11, 2009 2:10 PM
I inquired about the location of the Tyler's graves in Evergreens Cemetery in Brooklyn, NY since I'm planning to get out there in the next couple weeks. They found Phillip, but not Mary. They look up locations according to death/burial date and since you'd only posted a year for Mary, they couldn't do a search. Do you think they'd be in the same plot? BTW, the plot listed for Phillip is in a charity grave section, so it may be unmarked. Just thought I'd pass along that info. I'll see what I can find when I get out there.
Added by TomDuse on May 30, 2009 5:28 AM