|Debra Sapp||John F Sapp 1878 - 1941|
This John F. Sapp (1878 -1941)is the son of John F. Sapp (1834 - 1896) and his mother is Endora (Trask) Sapp (1853 - 1923). From what Larry Sapp,1st John F. Sapp's grandson, has told me, it is true John Sapp did donate the land for the cemetery. At this time I'm not able to find a headstone for the senior John F. Sapp. Thank you for the photo of the 1st John F. Sapp's headstone. Deb
Added by Debra Sapp on Mar 05, 2013 4:02 PM
The photos of Henry H. and Walter E. Brinkley's headstones are great! Exactly what I was looking for, very clear and close-up. Thanks so much!
Added by BB on Feb 28, 2013 11:32 PM
Hello, I was at Locke cemetery today as I had claimed Willie Brinkley's grave. I wanted to let you know that I had taken photos of the entire Brinkley family as well as overview photos. I saw that you had claimed two of the Brinkleys, if you'd like I can upload the photos I have taken. Best wishes fellow findagraver,
Added by cr4894 on Feb 24, 2013 9:39 PM
|misty mecaskey||indigo falls|
my name is misty and i was traking down some family and found some info on john jackson smith of coon creek bosque county texas ( now lake whitney ) i noticed you were related to silas mccabe and ann smith . im am as well they are part of my smith family on my mothers side . through her mother ethyl marie smith her fathers name martin alexander smith and his great grandfather being robert smith of ireland born in 1760 documented from a previous family member robert smiths wife was mary cherokee indian . making john jackson half cherokee indian . im desperately trying to find pics and so on more info on this side of the family . if you would like to connect with me my email addreess is email@example.com my name is misty and look forward to hearing from you
Added by misty mecaskey on Feb 19, 2013 11:33 AM
|Sandra Mulhern||Mary (Polly) Betts Jones|
Polly is Nancy Green's mother. She is buried in the John Green Cemetery in Burnt Corn, AL next to her husband Thomas Palmer Jones. John and Nancy (her daughter) are also buried in the cemetery. I have added a new picture to Find a Grave. I am the secretary/treasurer on the John Green Cemetery Preservation Association. During this past year we have completed substantial restoration in the cemetery -- cleaning restoring headstones, GPR study to locate missing graves, historical and information signs, installation of an observation shelter/bench. The signs and markers on the missing graves will be installed soon. We received a grant from Alabama Historical Commission and donations from family members.
If you would like pictures, provide contact info. It's best for me to mail pictures.
4grandmother - Nancy
5grandmother - Polly
Added by Sandra Mulhern on Feb 12, 2013 4:59 PM
|Barbara Kimbrell||RE: Tam Brooks (mistake) - Lilla Brooks (correct)|
You are welcome for the photo, just wasn't sure it was the right headstone. Glad it worked out. The headstone itself is broken off & on the ground, hope it doesn't get covered by dirt & is lost forever. I was unable to find anyone with a map of the cemetery so I walked it row by row. When you pull up to the cemetery there is a walk thru gate, take a right & go to the corner & the marker is there.
Good luck in getting all this transfered to you.
Added by Barbara Kimbrell on Feb 12, 2013 1:28 PM
|Barbara Kimbrell||Tam Brooks|
My name is Barbara & think there may be some mix up on a request I just fulfilled. I want to make sure I have the right photo for the right person.
Listed in the research is Tam Brooks d: 1876..the headstone I found & posted reads: Lilla dau. of Tam & Dora Brooks..Died Dec.5, 1879. Could this be the same person?
Added by Barbara Kimbrell on Feb 08, 2013 8:37 PM
|J||Musa Boggs 24317177|
maiden name: Harshbarger
Daughter of Samuel Harshbarger.
Added by J on Feb 06, 2013 5:37 PM
|J||Henry Boggs 24317182|
middle name: Lee
Born: Feb 20, 1861 Indiana
Died: May 18, 1919 Philomath, Benton, Oregon
Son of Henry Boggs and Mary J Yeamans.
Added by J on Feb 06, 2013 5:34 PM
|PVGS||Milton Eastland (59067541)|
I added a image from a 1911-1912 interview in Brownwood, Texas about his Confederate service.
Added by PVGS on Feb 01, 2013 10:27 PM
|Kelsy Jones-Sabin||Thank You!|
Were you able to read what the inscriptions was below the death date?
Added by Kelsy Jones-Sabin on Jan 29, 2013 5:00 PM
|Suzanna ღ Ashworth||Estella|
Thanks for letting me know...I wonder if the baby is hers? Maybe Sue G. will add a death certificate and I can link them.
Added by Suzanna ღ Ashworth on Jan 29, 2013 10:36 AM
|Rita Osborne||Memorial# 24418791|
You were great and took a photo for Memorial# 24418791 back in 2009. I was wondering if they ever replaced the missing stone?
Added by Rita Osborne on Jan 22, 2013 11:44 AM
|Cindi Crist||RE: John H Stewart & George W Stewart|
there is no confussion on my part....whomever added this is mixed up. You and I will get it figured out correctly.....! Pictures do not lie! Right?
Added by Cindi Crist on Jan 20, 2013 5:50 PM
|Cindi Crist||RE: John H. Stewart #5125634|
This might shed some light on the subject: John H Stewart was first married to Margaret Warrenburg b 1810 she was the d/o John (b 1784 VA d 1829 Fayette Co, Ohio)and Susannah (UNKNOWN)(b 1786 VA d 1865 Grant Co,Indiana)Warrenburg. The "Trail of Tears" 1838)or about there caused the emigration of our relatives. NOTE: The Warrenburg's were German, and the Stewarts' were Apache Indians. Cindi
Added by Cindi Crist on Jan 20, 2013 1:38 PM
|Cindi Crist||RE: John H. Stewart #5125634|
I do not see the problem that you see. I do see that you added his grave and others of his family in the right cemetery. plus he is not listed in any other cemetery. As I stated before: You are an ANGEL for the effort that you put out to help us find our ancesters. Cindi
Added by Cindi Crist on Jan 20, 2013 1:20 PM
|Cindi Crist||RE: You Didn't Say Who He Was ???|
John H Stewart #5125634
Added by Cindi Crist on Jan 20, 2013 1:46 AM
|Cindi Crist||RE: You Didn't Say Who He Was ???|
John H Stewart b 1800 Va and Margaret Warrenburg b 1810 Va (his 1st wife and children) and 2nd wife Mary Scott.
Added by Cindi Crist on Jan 17, 2013 3:06 PM
|Cindi Crist||Gratitude beyond compare...|
Indigo Falls.....I can NOT thank you enough for what you have done for me.....you photoed my GGGGrandfather's grave marker, and added a photo of him....You are surely God's angel. Cindi
Added by Cindi Crist on Jan 17, 2013 1:32 PM
Thanks for linking her to her father. You have a nice New Year also
Added by Merrylee on Jan 01, 2013 5:09 PM
|JackiMex||Jesse Caton #20150372|
Do you have a photo of Jesse's gravestone at the IOOF Cemetery in Corvallis? No one has responded to my request for a photo in several months. The only source I have for the location of his grave is the findagrave memorial created by Anonymous. His house has a web site at http://catonhouse.blogspot.mx/2007/04/welcome.html. It is possible that they have information on his burial.
Added by JackiMex on Dec 12, 2012 1:22 AM
Do you know if your 2nd Great Grandfather, Jacob Brooks, was the son of John Brooks Sr. and Jane May? Jane was my 5th Great Grand Aunt.
Thanks for any help...
Added by Patti on Dec 11, 2012 11:52 AM
|Suzie||John C. Bryant|
Hi! I like the new Photo on Memorial 27222755. Is it possible to get additional information on the other childrens headstones that are in a row in line with John C. Bryant. Thankyou!
Added by Suzie on Dec 07, 2012 11:41 PM
|Chris Easley||RE: George Simpson - Steiner Cem|
Actually, I haven't been to the cemetery. Another photo volunteer has and reported that the cemetery is on private property and the cemetery itself is in pretty rough shape. I felt that you and the others who were requesting photos would like to know this, that's why you received the notice from me. I'm not saying that the photo's can't be obtained, but with the cemetery being on private property that does make it a little bit more difficult and perhaps not possible. Someone may eventually be able to gain access and possibly fulfill the photo requests. In the meantime I thought that you and the other folks who had requested photos would at least like to know have a status update, if nothing else.
Added by Chris Easley on Nov 27, 2012 10:10 PM
|Linda Mulhall||Marie Cecilia Brand Carroll|
Hi Indigo! I was working on ancestry.com and found your beloved m-i-l. I can answer your question about where she died...Contra Costa County...as I came upon both her California Death Index and Social Security Death Index. We are pretty much NOT related as the connection is so distant but I hope this helps you in your geneological quest. I read your findagrave.com bio and started to laugh! I too love the jigsaw puzzle/mystery of geneology as well as the real things...jigsaw puzzles and mystery shows on tv. I also love photography and work as a photo volunteer for findagrave.com. My husband and I have done over 1000 photos of gravemarkers over the last five years, many here in Shelton and Tumwater but quite a few in San Pablo and a bunch in Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery, Colma, CA. I don't take as many pictures as I used to (except my findagrave.com pics) but I still have my camera ready and with me almost all the time. Strolling cemeteries is a very interesting activity and here in WA it requires a bucket, dental pic and some careful cleaning before you can even pull the camera out. I live in Washington AC (above California) and still visit my family and friends in California at least twice a year...often driving. I am in the same age bracket as you also. Are you a member of ancestry.com? I can share my Herlihy family tree if you're interested, even if you're not a member there. I would need your email to link you up. Linda
Added by Linda Mulhall on Nov 25, 2012 8:29 AM