|Brooke Mallory Jr.||Francis Mallory b. 1807|
Thanks for the photos of the Mallory gravesite in Elmwood Cemetery. This Francis Mallory is my great-great-grandfather. His son Charles O'Connor Mallory, CSA, is buried at St. John's in Tappahannock. Charles's son, Francis, is buried in the Stonewall Jackson Cemetery in Lexington, VA. He enjoyed a long career of teaching physics at VMI. The physics building there is named for him. His sons and daughter are also buried with him in Lexington: Francis Mallory, a WWII naval hero; Dr. Brooke Baylor Mallory, Lexington physician and VMI Post Surgeon; and Austina Brockenbrough Mallory, an occupational therapist at Walter Reid Army Hospital and with the NIH.
Brooke and Emily Mallory, Roanoke.
Added by Brooke Mallory Jr. on May 25, 2014 3:30 PM
|kathy feilinger||thank you for the hines images|
Thank you for taking the time to take and upload pictures. What a help. Thanks again
Added by kathy feilinger on Dec 30, 2013 4:46 PM
|Margaret Grover||Joseph Wright et al|
Thanks for checking on our Wright ancestors. I received the message about the unmarked graves and lost cemetery records. That is sad.
Added by Margaret Grover on Sep 17, 2013 4:17 PM
|Margaret Grover||Austin and Carrie Wells photo.|
Thank you for looking for the markers for Austin and Carrie and photographing where they should be. It's always disappointing to find what you are looking for just doesn't exist. I do appreciate your effort and the info. you uploaded.
Added by Margaret Grover on Sep 17, 2013 4:11 PM
|Sharon Rogers-Fabris||RE: Lee and Nash Family photos|
Added by Sharon Rogers-Fabris on Jun 18, 2013 9:49 PM
|Carol Leeper Albrecht||Robert Logan|
Thank you for the picture of Robert Logans grave marker...God Bless
Added by Carol Leeper Albrecht on Jun 12, 2013 9:34 AM
|Ron Stewart||Hampton National Cemetery|
I am in the process of shooting the tombstones at Hampton National Cemetery in Hampton. One of the tombstones I posted today was a photo request that you had claimed. Didn't mean to step on your efforts. I shot row upon row and his was just one I had taken and posted as I came to it. Didn't even realize it was a photo request at the time I posted it.
Added by Ron Stewart on Jun 11, 2013 7:47 PM
Hey I just spent about 15 min looking at your photo blog. I am adding you as a friend so I can have the quick link to enjoy more later. Hope you don't mind.
Added by Sharon Rogers-Fabris on May 30, 2013 1:22 AM
|Sharon Rogers-Fabris||Lee and Nash Family photos|
David, thank you so much for taking the photos at Elmwood Cemetery. Edwin Lee, Kate Nash Lee and Elizabeth Nash. If possible could you email me a copy and with your permission use them on ancestry.com on my family tree page listing you as the photographer?. Love the photo's on the web that 100mm macro is a beauty. I sell them at work and would love to have it for myself. One day.
thanks for the photos and help!
Added by Sharon Rogers-Fabris on May 30, 2013 1:15 AM
|Donald||Thomas "Surles" Hathaway|
Thank you so much. Now I get to try and figure out why he had an alias. Thanks again. Donald Hathaway.
Added by Donald on Mar 03, 2013 8:16 PM
|Jim Adcox||Thomas Hathaway|
Hi David -
Welcome back to the search at Hampton. I think that if anyone can find this person, that would be you. I did a lot of walking and came up short. Check my message to Donald. Good luck.
Added by Jim Adcox on Mar 02, 2013 6:01 AM
Thank you for adding the link and the information.
Right now I don't need a transfer, but do appreciate the offer. I may ask for a transfer later if I have more to add or will send you a SAC.
Again, thanks, MHN
Added by MHN on Sep 05, 2012 7:26 AM
Thank you very much for the excellent photos of the Moore family in Elmwood.
Added by Dottie on Jul 29, 2012 9:55 PM
|Julie Dameron||O S Dameron|
Would you be willing to send me Jpg. image of O S Dameron's grave site at Saint Pauls. I would like to put it on my Ancestry site. I am trying to document his relationship to Lawrence Dameron who came to this country thru Jamestown Landing. We are trying to find the connection between the Norfolk County Damerons and the Northumberland County Damerons.
Added by Julie Dameron on Jun 08, 2012 8:42 AM
|Julie Dameron||O S Dameron|
Thank you so much for taking the picture of the grave of O S Dameron. I have been looking for this for 4 years. I know the church information says the person in this grave was 18 years old, but there is another grave in Cedar Grove Cemetery, that of Martha Dameron who says her husband OS Dameron was buried on the North side of Saint Pauls and that he died in 1799. After much searching for Onesiphorus, most of we Damerons have gathered evidence that he was born in or before 1767, had two children (Oney and Ann) with his first wife Elizabeth; and it is known that he died May5 1799. I wish I could find more evidence of his birth but that part eludes me so far. Thank you for your help.
Added by Julie Dameron on Jun 07, 2012 3:56 PM
|Jim Adcox||Hampton National|
Correction: Patricia Hopkins.................
Added by Jim Adcox on Jun 06, 2012 9:14 AM
|Jim Adcox||RE: Hampton National|
Glad to hear that you are doing okay. I was wondering why you suddenly dropped the "hunt". Karen Hopkins and I are the only ones active at Hampton National. I work in this area so it is easy for me to get the photos. Take care.
Added by Jim Adcox on Jun 06, 2012 9:12 AM
|Beverlee Broadlick||Francis Benjamin photo ID 354139|
A belated but very appreciative Thank you for the photes of my GGrandfathers Grave Beverlee
Francis O. Benjamin
Aug. 7, 1864
Find A Grave Memorial# 354139
Added by Beverlee Broadlick on May 24, 2012 12:57 AM
|Joseph Pahr||Geo. John Wild|
Thank you for your trouble in taking time to Photo. Geo. John Wild's stone in Hampton Natl. He is the grandson of my GG Grandfather. Took me a long time to find him. Didn't want him forgotten.
Added by Joseph Pahr on Oct 28, 2011 10:27 AM
Thank you so much for your time and effort.
Added by Tammy Hay on Oct 13, 2011 5:30 PM
|Tavenner||G Smith #3093775|
Thanks for the photo, and hopefully you can also help me with my next question;
Is there not a headstone or grave for plot# 1129 ? The headstone photo you posted is marked plot #1130. (which is the same as the previous photo that is on plot # 1129's memorial page).
That's what I was trying to verify with the new photo request. The Vet's Affairs records are saying there's supposed to be a G. Smith in plot #1129, which matches the date records of a N.C. soldier I'm looking for.
The Geo. Smith in #1130 isn't a NC soldier, and the Geo. more than likely stands for George. My soldier's a G. Smith, but not a George.
I can see plots # 1130 and 1130-A in the wider shot you posted, but it looks like # 1129 would be just to the outside right of that shot.
Anyway, I'm still left wondering if there really is a plot #1129 with a "G. Smith" grave, or if the records or wrong, headstones missing, etc?
Thanks in advance for any help you can give me solving my little mystery.
Added by Tavenner on Oct 11, 2011 9:17 AM
Thanks for the pic of Edward Clayton Sherwood.
Added by Dal Mallory on Oct 10, 2011 8:14 PM
Thanks David for the Pics!!
Added by Carol Smith on Sep 09, 2011 10:23 AM
Thank You for adding the pictures.
Added by Ron on Sep 08, 2011 8:19 PM
|Deborah Winslow||Thank you so much!|
Thank you so much for the picture of Samuel Potts headstone, from me and my family! That was really fast, too!
Added by Deborah Winslow on Aug 13, 2011 9:52 AM