|Darrell Landrum||Joseph Wemple|
There is also a Joseph P Wemple (1881-1883).
Added by Darrell Landrum on Nov 30, 2014 2:55 AM
|Darrell Landrum||Wemple family in Green Hill|
Hi Gina, I was in Danville yesterday and fulfilled a couple of photo requests for Wemple family whom you had put the memorials up for. Wanted to let you know that there is a lady buried in there named Blanche Wemple (1877-1967) and another by the name of Mary W Hagedorn (1874-1946). I have photos of their graves and will post them if you wanted to post memorials for them as I assume they must be family as well.
Added by Darrell Landrum on Nov 30, 2014 2:38 AM
|Ed Townsend||RE: Eanes|
Added by Ed Townsend on Nov 17, 2014 3:57 PM
|Ms Martie Martin||RE: James Gibeson|
THANK YOU so much!
Added by Ms Martie Martin on Nov 11, 2014 7:36 AM
|Dannetta Borland Getz||RE: Millett|
You are very welcome. I'll keep this headstone in mind to check for another photo during a season when the flowers are prettier.
Added by Dannetta Borland Getz on Sep 21, 2014 11:53 AM
I am "working" on a local cemetery - trying to link family members together.
Dorothy was buried as a Harris, but Marsden's obit on his page does not mention her at all, so I think I will make a note on her page, but not link to his.
Any idea if there was a divorce? She died in 1988, but that's not exactly a lot of time for a second marriage with grandchildren by his death in '05, so I am guessing they were not together until her death... but she is still buried as a Harris.
Added by Thomas Lang on Jul 07, 2014 6:27 PM
Find A Grave Memorial# 28732568
I see that you posted a photo to Marsden's page.
Do you have any idea if he had a previous marriage?
I have memorial 5190017. I found a marriage record between Dorothy and Marsden D Harris, with a DOB of 1930 for Marsden - which fits this Marsden.
Added by Thomas Lang on Jul 05, 2014 6:06 PM
I have notified the two creators so they can work it out.
Added by REHM on Jun 04, 2014 8:17 AM
Thank you so much for the transfer and creating this memorial page!
Added by M.Hogan on May 06, 2014 4:32 PM
|Flo Hoover||Mary Ward Carter|
I just posted a photo for Mary. It is very difficult to read but I feel confident that it is her marker. To the left of Mary is a marker for Electa Kitchell, first wife of Elias Carter. To the left of Electa are markers for other Carters--Charles, Clarissa, Amanda, etc.
There is no evidence of a log cabin on the property.
Added by Flo Hoover on Mar 09, 2014 12:32 PM
|Flo Hoover||Mary Ward Carter|
I think I found Mary's marker. I have been studying the photo I took but it is very difficult to read. I plan on stopping by the cemetery in a few days to look at the marker in different lighting and to check out the markers next to hers in hopes of determining if she is among other Carters or Wards.
Added by Flo Hoover on Mar 04, 2014 7:39 AM
|Flo Hoover||RE: Jersey Presbyterian|
There is a small building which I assume holds mowing equipment, etc., but it doesn't appear to be that old. I will look around the area. If I see something interesting, I'll send you a photo.
Added by Flo Hoover on Mar 04, 2014 7:29 AM
|Deb||RE: Adams family in Mt. Moriah|
I created a memorial for little Dennis. I believe he might have been Frank's grandson, you can probably see that from the info I added. I will be glad to transfer the memorial to you.
Added by Deb on Mar 02, 2014 12:25 PM
|Deb||RE: Adams family in Mt. Moriah|
From what I can surmise, Dennis was their grandson. He was the son of Howard Adams.
Added by Deb on Feb 25, 2014 9:10 AM
|Deb||Adams family in Mt. Moriah|
While photoing Frank and Bessie's stones, I found one for Dennis(b 1941 d 1943). If you create a memorial for him, I will be glad to add the photo
Added by Deb on Feb 21, 2014 5:16 PM
|Candace Betts||RE: Bolivar City Cemetery|
It is so much fun when I actually find the people! Many times markers are gone or can't be read. I could read just enough to know I had the right person. I don't know if you can read it or not from the photo.
Added by Candace Betts on Jan 21, 2014 5:18 PM
|OBrien||Harris Children- Green Ridge|
I just wanted to let you know that I was out at the Hickory Point Cemetery (just outside of Green Ridge city limits) the other day and thought of you. I found a stone that had 2 Harris children on it, along with a mother that had died a couple of days after one of the children (obviously from child birth?). I thought maybe these could have been the Harris children you were looking for, even though they are not in the Green Ridge City Cemetery. I did not document anything on the stones, but if you think this might be the family you are looking for, I can try to get out there this weekend and check it out. Let me know!
Added by OBrien on Nov 22, 2013 9:57 PM
|John Jaros||RE: Mentor Cemetery|
You're welcome. If you would like to create a memorial for her husband, I can add a photo to his also.
Added by John Jaros on Sep 19, 2013 12:30 PM
|Reba Cox||RE: Clayton Cemetery|
Gladys was my mom's sister. Family.
Added by Reba Cox on Sep 16, 2013 8:12 PM
|b g||RE: Friedhof Morsch|
You are very welcome.
The cemetery is just 2 minutes away from me.
Added by b g on Sep 12, 2013 7:23 AM
|Ken Snyder||RE: Grant Evergreen Cemetery|
Added by Ken Snyder on Jul 31, 2013 10:03 AM
|OBrien||RE: Green Ridge Cemetery|
Yes, it is possible that they could be in Section 2 somewhere, but not really likely if they are older burials. I can tell you that they are on the Cemetery list that the board member gave me listed in Section 1. They are listed as Harris child (no data), and Harris child (no data). There were no kept records for this cemetery, as it started as just donated land from a farm. The land is owned by the city, but the city has nothing to do with record keeping or upkeep. Everything is done through the Cemetery board on donations received. Back in the 2000's a board member (Hinken) walked the entire cemetery stone by stone and row by row and recorded the stones. He also got together with the person that kept records for the mortuary here (which hasn't been here for many many years), then he added in going through death certificates to find burials here. He told me the ones that say no data were not readable, or had no stones. I can assure you I have read every single stone in that section until I figured out the name at least. There are 2 areas, though, one is in a thick flower bed. The stones were laying in the ground, if you weren't looking you would not have ever known they were there. I read one of them, but the other is buried too deep. In the other area, it is a very large rose bush patch with a lot of thorns. We attempted to get to the stones buried in there, but could not access them due to the thick thorns.
I can not tell how many stones are in there, but it's a large area, so I would say this was a family plot that became overgrown.
Added by OBrien on Jul 10, 2013 10:07 AM
Hi, I found your name in connection with George Struchen thru Cecile A Rooney. Was just curious as to how you were related. George is my 1st cousin 2x removed. Thought, maybe you could answer a few questions concerning family. Thanks, Brian Struchen
Added by Brian Struchen on Jul 06, 2013 4:53 AM
|larry gifford||RE: St. Boniface Cemetery|
Added by larry gifford on Jul 01, 2013 8:01 AM
|Gerald Crotinger||RE: Great Bend Cemetery|
Always glad to help. I also did the military service marker for Roy Pugh.
Added by Gerald Crotinger on Jun 17, 2013 7:17 AM