|Sue Dette Reed||Back of Vicki's Gravestone|
Anita, I took a photo of the back of the headstone along with her parents' headstone in the Duncan cemetery. However, I am not sure how to get this photo to you. I tried downloading it to the site but it was too large. I am at firstname.lastname@example.org S Reed
Added by Sue Dette Reed on Sep 19, 2009 1:40 PM
|Leha Cohee||RE: William Crawford grave|
The inscription reads:
These ashes too this little dust
Our Father's care shall keep
Till the last angel rise and break
The long and dreary sleep
I am adding the photo now.
Added by Leha Cohee on Jul 20, 2009 4:52 PM
|Leha Cohee||RE: William Crawford grave|
You are very welcome! I can only read a few of them. This cemetery is on my way home from work so I will stop today and take a better photo to see what it says.
Added by Leha Cohee on Jul 20, 2009 10:26 AM
|Dan Oh||RE: John Danahay|
don't have any of those in my current file. I'm in Chester county, Pa (60 miles west of Philadelphia). email me if you think you might have people here. email@example.com
Added by Dan Oh on Jun 09, 2009 10:20 AM
|Mary L Broderick||Holliday|
Anita, send me the dates of them and i'll go through my death record books and see what i come up with. Please send them in a email.
Also if there are other names you would like me to look up in the polk county area in Arkansas drop me a line i will help you the best i can with what i have to work with. Your friend Mary
Added by Mary L Broderick on Dec 12, 2008 12:45 PM
|Mary L Broderick||philpot and Holladays|
Your welcome Anita i'll check around in my book and send you what i might have in them in a email. Your Friend Mary
Added by Mary L Broderick on Dec 12, 2008 12:36 PM
|Mary L Broderick||Jesse Robert|
the only thing i have for
Jessie R. Philpot
Dec 22,1809 - Apr 1,1895
I will Email on the Others when i look them up ok your friend Mary
Added by Mary L Broderick on Dec 12, 2008 4:13 AM
|Donna Rankin (Searching the Past)||Nancy Ann Philpot-Roby-Holliday Cherry Hill Cemetery Cherry Hill, Arkansas|
Can you please add the following to her memorial:?
Daughter of Jesse Robert Philpot and Jemina Deason-Philpot
Mother of Jamima Holliday-Chambers
(her name has also been shown as Jemima, Gemine and Gemima.)
1st husband was Thomas Greenberry Roby
son born to that marriage:
Jesse Robert Roby
Thanks for your help!
Added by Donna Rankin (Searching t... on Jul 06, 2008 9:10 PM
|Sheila Castillo||john holliday|
I think that I located the John Holliday grave site. It is only marked with a stone engraved with the letters J.T.H. Do you have any idea what his middle initial was? If it was T, then I have a photo. I just didn't want to add it and it not be him. Let me know.
Added by Sheila Castillo on Jul 03, 2008 10:30 AM
I will try to fix the picture, sorry, I misread it. All of Walnut Ridge Cemetery is available online at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilmorga2/cass_county.htm
I do not have all the hotos linked yet, if you need any, let me know and I will sen them to you.
Added by Pam Gaines on Apr 15, 2008 7:43 AM
|laurie||Granny and Grandaddy|
Hello. You mentioned being interested in finding other family members.
Well, Granny and Grandaddy were my grandfather's parents. Vincent Bryant Burroughs was my grandfather. My mother is Linda Burroughs who is now remarried by the name Linda Albertson.
I live in Crosby, TX and am married and have four children.
I was looking at the pictures here and remembering going to Granny's almost every Sunday after church and having fried chicken and potato salad. We would play outside and watch the train pass. Sometimes we even counted the number of cars. Granny had a beautiful mimosa (sp?) tree in the front yard that I always liked.
Sunday afternoons were always the best.
Added by laurie on Mar 30, 2008 7:46 AM
|Sheila Castillo||John Holliday Headstone|
I am write to let you know that I walk every grave at the Barling Cemetery in search for you a photo of his headstone. Unfortunately I could not find it. There are some many graves that are just marked by a rock, or a stone with nothing written on it. I will see if I can find a cemetery book on the Barling Cemetery. It would help me to locate it better.
Added by Sheila Castillo on Mar 01, 2008 10:12 PM