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Lynda Davis Brown (#46937419)
 member for 9 years, 2 months, 28 days
paul & teresa (martin) goodwin
RE: Garden City Cem
I photoed the entire cemetery did not find it either. Any way to check if she was even buried there? Found two photo request for Mt. Grove Congregation and the people were buried in Mt. Grove Baptist.

Added by paul & teresa (martin) go... on Mar 08, 2013 6:45 AM

Eliza Plunkett Hammond
Thank you for taking the time to get this photo. SEM-SC

Added by sem on Mar 07, 2013 7:48 PM

Thank You
Thank you for taking time from your busy schedule and taking a pic for Harold Basinger's memorial. Thank you for all you do for Find A Grave! Bren

Added by Bren on Mar 06, 2013 6:36 AM

Lynda, is the email listed here the correct email? I'll try again with the pictures. Deborah

Added by Deborah on Mar 04, 2013 3:35 PM

Hi Lynda, did you get the pics I sent? just wondering

Added by Deborah on Feb 20, 2013 5:24 PM

RE: Myrick family
I'll get it together and send it. I'm glad you found me. I have really enjoyed the research. deb.

Added by Deborah on Feb 12, 2013 5:27 PM

RE: Myrick family
Hi Lynda, I don't know how much I can help you, my husbands mother was Mary Hughes Jones, daughter of Samuel and Ruby Hughes. Samuels mother was Mary Jane Myrick and is dad was William Hughes. Most of the information I received was from Dan and other researchers The family never really could help me with her. If you have more, I'd appreciate anything,obviously I'll have anything Dan may have shared with you. I have some pictures if you'd like to see some of them, not many, just a few. Thanks for your response. Deborah Jones

Added by Deborah on Feb 11, 2013 8:58 PM

RE: Thomas Kimbrell grave photo request
No problem. It was my second search for him, but I had others I was looking for, too. Just thought before I recommended taking down the request, I'd give it one more try. And, of course, he just wasn't there. I'm glad you found him, tho. Anytime I can help out, I'm more than happy to because I visit my own family very often here on F.A.G.

Added by Jennett on Feb 10, 2013 8:30 PM

Ramel Price-Brown
RE: Earnest photos
Evening Lynda

Here is the following I have attached to the photograph. My three ancestral grandmother's are all in this picture as well

Mary Johnson *Johnston * Married Thomas Seth Evans

Rebecca Ann Evans * Married Sidney Samuel Utley

Rebecca Augusta Utley * Married George Morrow

I am related to the Poe families as well through my maternal ancestral grandmother Mary Anna Poe who married *Jackson Jones

Facing photograph, L to R: Queen Ester Utley, next unknown, Bama Poe Utley (holding Lee Utley), Theron Utley in wagon, Mary Johnson Evans (wife of Seth Thomas Evans), Zebedee Genaro Utley (holding niece Agnes Utley), Rebecca Ann Evans Utley, Rebecca Augusta Utley Earnest.
Do you belong to - I have my account on there with many more pictures!
Come join us!
Happy Hunting
Ramel Price Brown

Added by Ramel Price-Brown on Jan 13, 2013 5:04 PM

Edith Blankenship
RE: Shelvin Rock Cemetery
I have looked at the original picture and it seems to have been slightly dirty toward the bottom and possibly damp from rain. However, it is entirely legible. I do live some 45 miles from Shelvin Rock Cemetery, so it is not convenient to take another picture now. If I go back that way, I will try to retake it.

Added by Edith Blankenship on Nov 06, 2012 6:12 AM

Norman Rogers
Well Linda thanks for the reply.
the Lee I am referring to was in Tuscaloosa Co., Alabama. May Caroline Lee. b. abt 1823 she went by Caroline . Married my great grandfather Coleman in 1840 there in Alabama. Coleman Roger was born in abt 1816 in TN most of his family was either from NC or SC. Made the treck for SC through TN into Alabama. It was a large family headed up by Thomas Rogers and Mary Hampton. they had 8 children I knew of. Minnie, Nancy ( who married a McGuire, Richard, Thomas, Richard Hampton ,(a minister),John, and A Coleman (my great grandfather) They all live around Tuscaloos co , Lafayette Co. and Walker co..
Hope this helps.
Oh Yes all I have on Caroline Lee is her father was John Lee b. abt 1800 or maybe sooner. Have not much on this Lee family.
Also a Florence McGuire a decendent of John and Nancy was the stepmother of Talula Bankhead.
Sincerely Norm Rogers

Added by Norman Rogers on Oct 19, 2012 9:14 AM

Norman Rogers
My Great Grandfather Coleman Rogers b. 1816 married a Mary Caroline Lee 3 25 1840 in Tuscaloosa Co.,Alabama. They had 12 children. Coleman moved to Lincoln Co., TN in late 1850's remarried twice after Mary Caroline Lee. I have no Idea of Caroline birth date or death or what happened .So I am looking. wondering if your Lees were from Alabama. I do know Caroline's father was john Lee
Appreciate any infor if you happen to have any.
Norman Rogers

Added by Norman Rogers on Oct 18, 2012 5:53 PM

RE: Kimbrel & Weed Graves

Thanks, I was glad to help out. BTW, I found that I did have an entire grave picture for Thomas Kimbrel after all and have added it.

Best regards,


Added by awelliott on Aug 18, 2012 3:37 PM

Soloman Johnson
Hi Linda, We have a genealogy book , Greatness Without Fame, about the Johnson family and related lines. The book list Soloman birth as May 23,1822 in Edgefield South Carolina, and his death as July 16,1901 here in High Tower,Al in Cleburne County.Are you by chance part of the Johnson family?. Soloman was my great great grand father.

Added by Teresa on Aug 03, 2012 10:48 AM

Elizabeth Verchio
Cullman City Cemetery - Requested photos
Lynda, thank you so very much for filling all my requests for photos at City Cemetery in Cullman. It is obvious you took a lot of time and care to take 3 photos at each gravesite. It is wonderful to be able to see each grave in relation to who is buried next to them. Your photos are then next best thing to making a personal visit, which is something I may not ever get to do. You have taught me something about taking photos of gravestones. Thank you!

Added by Elizabeth Verchio on Jul 29, 2012 6:19 AM

Wm Camp
The photos are awesome; thank you so much!

Added by geb on Jul 24, 2012 2:17 PM

Mary Tiffie
RE: Eubanks graves
You are so very welcome! I'm sorry it was not a better picture...I scrubbed and scrubbed and just could not get it clean enough! I am so glad you liked the picture! Have a wonderful day!

Added by Mary Tiffie on Jul 19, 2012 12:40 PM

RE: Kimbrel graves in Acker/AKA Higginbotham cemetery

I've never been to that cemetery. You should have seen my source info on the memorial itself, under the "Note" section.
I see that Genweb now has a listing, at Perhaps Joy Fisher can be of more help to you. You may also want to contact some of the older funeral homes in the area of Woodstock, Ala for directions.

It is not at all uncommon to now be unable to locate a headstone/marker in those old cemeteries. Thank goodness we have the LDS 1940's transcriptions... and all the rest.



Added by Liz on Apr 26, 2012 12:37 PM

Tina Brown
RE: Kimbrel grave in Acker/Higginbotham Cem
Actually, I'm not sure. I noticed that after I sent you the message. Sorry about the confusion. But apparently, someone created an "Acker Cemetery" and also created the "Higginbotham Cemetery" which is actually the more accurate one. I suspect she did it from an old cemetery census rather than an actual visit. :(

I am working to try to find the requests that you made, but this particular cemetery has a lot of stones that are so old they are unrecognizable. Some have been broken over the years, or just plain worn away.

Added by Tina Brown on Apr 26, 2012 7:05 AM

Diona Dickerson
RE: J.R. McClinton grave @ Cedar Hill
I did find it, as I hought, it is on the opposite side of his wife's obelisk. Usually better at checking that..grrrr. I will post it as soon as i can, I'm spread out on going through roughly 4000 pictures right now, fun fun. :)

Added by Diona Dickerson on Apr 25, 2012 11:16 PM

Diona Dickerson
RE: Photo requests
I went out today and will be posting here in a bit. Found him :)

Added by Diona Dickerson on Apr 22, 2012 8:38 PM

Diona Dickerson
RE: McClinton grave at Cedar Hill Cem
The 1870 census shows R. H. as Hannah and J. R.'s son. The Ricks' graves are behind Hannah. Her daughter and grandaughter.

Added by Diona Dickerson on Apr 21, 2012 10:57 PM

Diona Dickerson
RE: McClinton grave at Cedar Hill Cem
I notice that Hannah's stone is an obelisk. I remember right where this plot is, i will get back out there and take a full shot of the plot for you and check the opposite side of the monument. Sometimes they hide :)

Added by Diona Dickerson on Apr 21, 2012 7:53 PM

Diona Dickerson
Cedar Hill
oops. Make that Nancy, R. H. , then Hannah

Added by Diona Dickerson on Apr 21, 2012 7:48 PM

Diona Dickerson
RE: McClinton grave at Cedar Hill Cem
Would you happen to be able to tell me the dates? I have a broken stone with only dates on it and the possibility of the name starting with 'Mc'. Looks like b. June 1872 and died Feb 1898. Right next to Nancy, then Sam, then Hannah.

Added by Diona Dickerson on Apr 21, 2012 7:47 PM


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