|Thelma||RE: Craven's Cem.|
Okay when I get home this summer I will try and meet you over there because I want to go back again and it will be easier to show you where it is
Added by Thelma on Apr 14, 2015 7:52 PM
|D. Overstreet||RE: Wilcher Family Graveyard Casey County Kentucky USA - 4 75%|
I use cornmeal, works pretty good. Miller Cemetery in Casey County, turn off highway 206 toward the Salem Church and Cemetery. After you pass Salem Church, you will pass another church on left after a couple miles, still staying the main road, it will go downhill. There's a road on the right called Rubarts, turn there. The very first house on left when you turn on Rubarts Road, it's behind house. Roadbed runs along fence line in field. Once you reach tree line, look to the right. Fenced in, but a LOT of briars.
Added by D. Overstreet on Apr 12, 2015 7:02 PM
|linda masser ||Ray Masser - 21974652|
Hi Brenda, I would appreciate a transfer of my dad's memorial. Ray Masser is my father. My # is 47781564. Thank you, Sincerely, Linda
Added by linda masser on Aug 27, 2014 10:57 AM
|Christopher Ware||Alma Ware|
I see that you added my corrections for her birth/death dates/places in her bio field. Why didn't you make them in the birth and death fields?
Added by Christopher Ware on Aug 09, 2012 10:15 AM
|Richard Hollis||Darcus Hart Lawless|
on cousin Wendell's ancestry tree, he has this same photo posted with this caption.
Spouses of Martin James Lawless
WIPattersonadded this on 27 May 2009
This photo shows Martin James Lawless and his first wife, Darcus Anna Hart. About 9 months after her death, Martin James married his second wife, Mary Ashley in June 1914. This was Mary Ashley's third marriage. She died in 1918 and not long thereafter, Martin James took Nancy (Nannie) C. Haney as his third wife. She outlived him by about 2 years.
Added by Richard Hollis on May 21, 2012 8:30 PM
|Mike Denis||Transfer - Sanders|
Done. Please accept my condolences...Mike Denis
Added by Mike Denis on Nov 16, 2010 6:02 AM
|JOHN HARMON||Belden/Wilcher Grave Yard.|
This inquiry is to clarify the location and name of these two Cem.or are they the one and same. My GGGrand parents Perry Franklin and Mary Priscilla[King]Belden are according to info we have are buried at a farm Cem. called the Belden Farm and it is real close to the Marion/Casey County line rural Bradfordsville Ky. I have never been able to access this Cem.site and after finding the conflicting names in findagrave I'm looking for an answer to the question== Is these two Grave yards the same and if so are they located on the Mark Belden Farm? Thanks John
Added by JOHN HARMON on Jul 11, 2010 8:56 AM
|Richard Wesley||RE: HERSHEL E. DAVIS|
It's Willow Springs United Methodist Church Cemetery..RICHARD
Added by Richard Wesley on May 14, 2010 2:31 PM
|Richard Wesley||HERSHEL E. DAVIS|
HI, Brenda!! I'm having difficulty in reading the obit on Hershel E. Davis' Memorial. Could you tell me what is written about his survivors and the one who pre-desceased him?
I'm very busy working on the Wesley family tree which I'm copying from my notebooks and putting it onto Genebase.com...I have the names of more than 15,500 family members with much more STILL to go...!! Now that I am retired I can devote a lot of time to this project!!
Thanks so much, Brenda!!!
Added by Richard Wesley on May 13, 2010 8:36 PM
|Pam||Sarah Alice Napier Snow|
Just wanted to let you know, this is a duplicate. Thanks, Pam
Added by Pam on May 13, 2010 4:55 PM
|Rich Kreiss||RE: Buffalo Springs|
Thanks for telling me, Brenda. I have a couple of relatives buried there though they are not in the Gooch family. Their stones have already been added by a friend that resides near the cemetery.
Added by Rich Kreiss on Mar 07, 2010 6:25 PM
|jackie machado||snow family research|
I am very interested in talking with you about martha ann snow. who married George M Douglas in abt 1849??, then married John Lee Durham, when he die, she married John Hogue, all history was in lincoln and Casey.thank you for your help.
Added by jackie machado on Feb 25, 2010 7:39 AM
|Linda Cooksey McAninch||RE: Thanks|
I can't find the one I really want information on right now. I will be of line for a while having knee replacement but I'll be back.
Added by Linda Cooksey McAninch on Feb 14, 2010 1:22 PM
|Linda Cooksey McAninch||Thanks|
I haven't done much/any researching a few yrs. out of fustration. I sure apprecate all the work you and others do.
I was looking at her McAnicnh listings on Rich Hill Cemetery and she kept saying in her notes on a few of them I wondered where she got her informaion.
Added by Linda Cooksey McAninch on Feb 07, 2010 9:47 AM
|Linda Cooksey McAninch||Help getting in touch|
with Rochelle Riorda,who posted a lot for Rich Hill Cemetery In Casey county. I don't understand how this works now when some can leave/recieve messages and others dont.
Thank you for the posting you do, I found 2 McAninch's you posted.
Thanks again Linda
Added by Linda Cooksey McAninch on Feb 06, 2010 1:44 PM
|Janet Cochran||Correction Needed|
I am Janet Cochran the only child of Leona Mae Salyers Carman, and she was not buried at the Falconberry Cemetery as the newspaper stated. She was buried at the Salyers Cemetery in Casey County. The Funeral Home made that mistake when they give it to the newspaper. We caught it before it came out in some of the papers, but unfortanutely not that one. Would you advise me on how to get this removed, or could you possibly do that. Her grave is on find a grave at Salyers Cemetery, and has a photo and her corrected Obit. I appreciate so much all your efforts. Thanks!
Added by Janet Cochran on Sep 17, 2009 12:42 AM
|Ruth Fox||RE: Houstonville Cemetery/Williams Family|
Thanks so much for your efforts. I pulled up the Williams that were listed on this website...unfortunately they do not give the grave location and I'm sure they are difficult to find.. Is there an office/records keeper anywhere in the area?..I have not had any luck trying to find the grave records...maybe these are too old and the reords are not available...Anyway thank you again for your time and trouble. Best Wishes, Ruth
Added by Ruth Fox on Sep 03, 2009 6:10 AM
|Ruth Fox||Williams/Houstonvillr Cemetery|
I cannot thank you enough for your effort on my behalf. Please do this at your convenience and if there is any costs involved, please let me know as I would like to compensate you.Best wishes, Ruth
Added by Ruth Fox on Sep 01, 2009 8:07 AM
|Ruth Fox||RE: Houstonville Cemetery/Williams Family|
Thank you so very much for your reply. In looking at the gravestone info on the Houstonville Cemetery, I find two mysteries on my Williams Family: I can not identify the :Amiel Williams dob/dod unknown and Elizabeth Williams dob/dod unknown.,. These people could be my "missing links"...could you revisit these graves and let me know if they are buried next to each other or if perhaps there is any way to read the dob/dod...one thot I had re "Amiel" could it be "Samuel" instead. Any help would be most appreciated...I live in Stuart, Fl, was born in Miami (many years ago)My Williams family were from Va and Ky in the 1790's...I have done 30 yrs research and still have "Brick Walls". Best Wishes, Ruth
Added by Ruth Fox on Aug 31, 2009 7:42 AM
|Karen||RE: death date|
Thanks Brenda, I will be going back, so I will recheck and make sure, you are probably right.
Added by Karen on Aug 24, 2009 5:42 AM
|Ruth Fox||Elizabeth Williams/Amiel Williams|
I can account for all the Williams except for the above: Can you tell me how old these grave stones seem to be and are they next to each other? Are there any inscriptions on either stone? If this is too much for you can you put me in touch with a researcher? I too am from Florida. Ruth Fox
Added by Ruth Fox on Aug 09, 2009 1:09 PM
|Ruth Fox||Williams Family|
Thank you so much for the photographs of my Williams Family. I have been reseraching this famly for the last 30 years. They were pioneers in Kentucky settling there in 1790. I still have not been able to find the Maiden name of Seneth Williams. Are there any old records kept by the Houstonville Cemetery that might be helpful? She was born in 1783 before Kentucky became a state.
Again you are most appreciated for your work. Best Regards, Ruth L. Fox
Added by Ruth Fox on Aug 06, 2009 12:54 PM
Thank you for doing that for me. You are awesome keep up the good work you do for so many people.
Added by DKM on Jun 30, 2009 7:43 PM
|E O FRMN & T SELBY||Martin and Elizabeth Russell|
Thanks for the headstone photo. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by E O FRMN & T SELBY on May 28, 2009 11:43 AM
I am trying to contact Rochelle Riordan. Noticed that you had corresponded with her. Do you know how to email her? Your help would be most appreciated.
Added by jkb on May 23, 2009 1:14 PM