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starshine (#46889851)
 member for 11 years, 22 days
Vivian Stone
Wiliam Burney Harrison
Thank you for doing my brother such justice

Added by Vivian Stone on May 02, 2016 12:43 AM

Barbara Halverson
James R. McFerrin/Bertha Morrow McFerrin
On your find a grave memorial #: 53531771 you have Bertha Morrow McFerrin 1900-1953 listed as James R. McFerrin's spouse. Actually she was his mother not his spouse.

Added by Barbara Halverson on Aug 31, 2015 1:27 PM

Thank you
Your photo of Maggi Bayne' headstone was greatl appreciated. Sorry it took me so long to reply.

Added by Linda on Jul 01, 2015 11:38 AM

Christopher Ware
Grenville Wood Jr/II
You have memorials for the same person in two different cemeteries, both with pictures of what appears to be the same headstone:

Grenville Wood, Jr in Riverside Cemetery (#42447772)
Grenville Wood II in Rose Hill Cemetery (#14900966)

The second person on the stone, James Henry (Wood?), is only listed in Rose Hill. Can you please investigate and let me know which one is correct? You can connect him to his parents, Grenville Wood (#14900939) and Antoinette Wood (#14900945) who are buried in Rose Hill.

Added by Christopher Ware on Jun 29, 2015 4:51 PM

Becky Ramsey
Findagrave Photos
starshine, thank you for all your contributions to the Findagrave website. I would like permission to use your photographs of my relatives' grave sites in my Family Tree files. I use the photos as source media and will gladly give you credit for your work. Becky

Added by Becky Ramsey on May 19, 2015 4:07 PM

J. G. Ivey
Armstead Taplin Hanson Sr.
Please make a correction for Armstead Taplin Hanson Sr. #41394034
Change correct Middle name is Taplin not Caplin
Change Correct Birthdate: Feb. 18, 1891 - Roxana, Lee Co., Ala. not Feb. 18, 1861
Died: Oct. 18, 1952 - Decatur, Morgan Co., Ala.
Her family linking:
His wife, Mabell Anne Beason Hanson #41393880
His parents: Henry Key Hanson #39945100 and Ella Lavonia Thomas Hanson #39945099.
Joseph Ivey

Added by J. G. Ivey on Apr 02, 2013 7:48 PM

Harry F.Anderson
RE: Susan Fennel Davis
Thanks , for making the connection so quickly. I do not believe it is necessary to transfer at the present time. I am not a direct descendant of Susan, but of her brother, James C. Fennel.


Added by Harry F.Anderson on Jul 12, 2012 12:18 PM

Harry F.Anderson
Mistakes in Name
Sorry I call you Sunshine instead of Starshine. As you can see we all make mistakes. It has been a while since I contacted you.


Added by Harry F.Anderson on Jul 11, 2012 2:40 PM

RE: Miles Stevens
No problem, glad to help! I uploaded the picture of the main lot to Miles' page last night so you could see what it looks like. I'll check your page and add the rest when the memorials are added.


Added by Irish-ish on Jun 18, 2012 4:05 PM

Miles Stevens

I stopped by the Washington Library today during my lunch hour to see if I could locate any information on your ancestor Miles Stevens in the Rose Hill Cemetery book (call # 975.8 Bi Tho). I do have quite a bit for you, I hope it may be helpful.

Miles is buried in Lot 15, Block 7 of the Central Avenue ridge in Rose Hill. This lot was purchased by S. L. Stevens on 05/30/1849. Unfortunately, Miles's grave is unmarked. However, this is a large lot and there are several burials, both marked and unmarked, inside of it, and maybe some of the others are also your ancestors. According to the documentation, the following people are listed as buried in this lot:

Ansel Milton Albritton (01/21/1810-11/20/1856)

Catherine A. Grimes Stevens Bunn (12/19/1819-01/27/1880, Wife of Rev. Simeon L. Stevens & Rev. Henry Bunn)

Cora Stevens Gates (c.1863-no records kept, Wife of Henry L. Gates) UNMARKED

Henry Lafayette Gates (07/12/1855-01/12/1917)

Iverson F. Holt (06/08/1847-09/04/1927, CSA)

Katie G. S. Holt (03/25/1859-02/23/1948, Wife of I. F. Holt)

Mrs. Letitia Stevens (c.1828-10/24/1878) UNMARKED

Miles G. Stevens (c.1821-11/02/1893, CSA) UNMARKED

Simeon L. Stevens (c.1797-01/18/1854, Age 57)

4 non identified: 2 adults and 2 children (they have slabs but no markers, and there apparently was no record kept of who they are)

I was able to locate the lot in the cemetery, and I took some photographs for you. However, this lot is a bit run down and some of the tombstones and markers are worn with age (Ansel and Simeon's are particularly difficult to read, since they were done in marble). The number of unmarked graves makes it impossible to determine which one is Miles, and some of the graves are badly deteriorating (the brick and mortar work on Catherine's was actually collapsing into the vault, opening the interior of the vault itself to the air; I wasn't able to get too close to it or Simeon's as a result).

I have the following pictures:

One of the entire lot, showing the size and where all of the burials are.
One of Henry Lafayette's grave, which is the largest.
A close up of Ansel's spire, it's a bit hard to read since the words wrap around it, and are also worn down as they were done in marble.
Two shots each of the two Holts, one of their slabs lengthwise and one close up of the markers.
One zoomed in of Catherine's marker (I couldn't get close to it because of the vault collapse, so I couldn't move a vine out of the way of the spire, either... but it should be easy to read)
One zoomed in of Simeon's, which is very difficult to read regardless - the marble is just in bad shape.

I double checked your page here, and I didn't see any memorials for any of these except Miles. Would it be easier for you to create memorials for any of your relatives in this lot, and then let me know, and I can add the photographs? Or would you like me to email you the photographs? Please let me know!

Hope this helps,

Added by Irish-ish on Jun 13, 2012 4:25 PM

Sarah Stead
Anna Wiggins Herring
you put two copies of her tombstone on her memorial. would you delete one?
Find A Grave Memorial# 5068982


Added by Sarah Stead on Nov 26, 2011 5:11 PM

Melinda Albarado
Is this your family member? His parents' names are JOHN LEWIS MOONEY (Memorial #79503857)and ELZINA BUTLER MOONEY (Memorial #79505362), and he was born in Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., TN. His parents are buried in the Forest Hills Cemetery in Chattanooga, Hamilton Co.,TN.

Added by Melinda Albarado on Oct 29, 2011 5:59 PM

Dennis Little
Rainwater/Holland Cemetery
Saw your note about the impassable road. Try it from the Hillsboro end. It is paved and easier to reach. All of the markers have been photographed and are listed under name "Holland Cemetery" which is what it has been called for sometime.

Added by Dennis Little on Oct 05, 2011 9:55 AM

Pamela Griffin
RE: William Delbert Riddle
i sure hope this works ( )

Added by Pamela Griffin on Aug 09, 2011 1:38 PM

Pamela Griffin
William Riddle
Sorry for the trouble on my email,try this one .0r just leave the info here on findagrave.Pamela Griffin

Added by Pamela Griffin on Aug 09, 2011 11:50 AM

Pamela Griffin
RE: William Delbert Riddle
know i have not.i would like all the help you can give me.

Added by Pamela Griffin on Aug 08, 2011 2:09 PM

Mona Lentz Manning
Robert H Johnson, Austin W & Lola B Johnson
Would you please send 2 pictures that are in your records?
One of: Robert H Johnson
Birth: Aug. 27, 1928
Death: Apr. 14, 1974

One of: Austin W & Lola B Johnson
He died: December 8, 1967
She died: December 9, 1945

I thank you so much.
Mona Lentz

Added by Mona Lentz Manning on Jun 27, 2011 1:49 AM

Pamela Griffin
William Delbert Riddle
i would like to thank you for the pic,of my father head stone.But if i my ask one more thing for you.Can you help me with the year's that he was in the Navy an what state, an the age that he went in.I have looked but haven't found any thing. this infomation is very importan to me.Thak You Pamela Riddle

Added by Pamela Griffin on Feb 22, 2011 11:24 AM

Zillman Hugo Culbreath
Thank you very much for adding the photo of the grave to his page. It is very much appreciated.

Hoping you have many more peaceful walks.


Added by Karen on Nov 21, 2010 1:08 AM

Phyllis J. K. "Sis" Owens
Cryer Family
Thank you kindly for the transfer, and the promptness, also, thereof, to me of the William Norman Cryer and Birdie West Cryer family memorials at FindAGrave. And thank you so very much for all that you do to memorialize folks' loved ones. You take good care now.....

Phyllis J. K. "Sis" Owens

Added by Phyllis J. K. "Sis" Owens on Oct 21, 2010 10:35 PM

Elton Hitt
Thank you for the great picture of the gravestone. I appreciate it ! : )

Added by Cecelia on Oct 12, 2010 9:03 PM

Pamela Griffin
Bessie Riddle
Thank you very much for the you know if there was any info on the front about her family(mother or father).

Added by Pamela Griffin on Oct 09, 2010 8:36 PM

Pamela Griffin
William D. Riddle
I wouuld like to starte out by saying Thak you very much.for the pic.of my father headstone.this is just one of the most importence things of very few items that poeple has sent me of him.see i never new him,he and my mother divorce when i was 3.just here in the last few monts.was i abl to get a pic.of him in his navy cloths on a boat.So see this is just one step closer to him for me.Thanks again for your work.Your friend Pamela Riddle Griffin

Added by Pamela Griffin on Oct 05, 2010 11:44 AM

RE: T.D. Lorance pic
You're welcome and I'm glad I could help. If interested in the original just let me know.

Added by Tie on Sep 06, 2010 7:01 AM

Phil Wirey
Wylie F, Morris
Can you change the death date of above to 1860. I have the article about his death that was written in the New York Times (see below)
Published: March 23, 1860, New York Times
The Decatur (Ala.) papers state that a lad about 16 years of age, son of Mrs. MORRIS, living at Decatur, Ala., was murdered by a negro servant belonging to the family. It seems the lad gave him some orders, and the servant not obeying, he threatened to have him punished, when the negro picked up a stone and hit his young master on the head, it is supposed, killing him instantly. After he had committed the deed, he took the body and threw it into an old well near by. The body was found after considerable search by tracking the blood which led from the place where the deed was committed, to the well.

Added by Phil Wirey on Aug 16, 2010 5:14 AM


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