No problem. Thanks. Gay
Added by Gay Hockman on Mar 07, 2015 7:19 AM
|John Tidwell||WW Tidwell|
I am a direct descendant of this man and have been trying to find information about his father, Mathew Tidwell (or Matthew). Also if you have any further information about WW Tidwell I would really appreciate it!
Added by John Tidwell on Mar 04, 2015 12:51 PM
Would you please transfer memorial # 5030 2566 to me. (Mary McGee Davis) She is a multi great grandmother of my grandson on his father' s side.
Gay Hockman, # 4745 2185
Added by Gay Hockman on Mar 26, 2013 2:36 PM
|Jennifer Kimbro||Thank you!|
Thank you for taking a picture of a family grave for me. I really appreciate it!
Added by Jennifer Kimbro on Oct 17, 2012 5:57 PM
|Never Forgotten||Victoria Moody Odum|
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!. =D
Added by Never Forgotten on Oct 10, 2012 9:24 AM
|Jon F Fuller||Photo Travis Dockery|
Rachael - I can't thank you enough for posting the photo of Travis S Dockery for me. I had a hunch he was buried in this cemetary because of his sister, but had no proof. He was my best friend ever before he was killed and I had moved to another state and couldn't find his grave.
Thank you again!
Added by Jon F Fuller on Aug 17, 2012 3:43 PM
|Donald Leonard Johnson||Oaks Cementery|
I have been doing pictures of the Oaks graveyard on Bear Branch in Carter county, Tn. The Oaks cementery on your site is very close in the area but I don't know if they are the same. I did not find David Washington Oaks at the one I have been documenting but I am going back tomorrow and check all the graves. David Washington Oaks is my great great grandfather. Is the location on the cementery site correct. I can check it out tomorrow. I live in the area. How about adding you as a friend.
Added by Donald Leonard Johnson on Jun 10, 2012 2:00 PM
|Catherine Galphin||Joe & Mae Scott date of marriage|
Let's make those children legitimate! I've added a new picture for you. The date is definitely 7-27-1935. Would you like for me to transfer management of Joe's memorial to you?
Added by Catherine Galphin on May 11, 2012 10:47 AM
|Catherine Galphin||RE: marriage date Joe and Mae Scott|
Looks like 7-27-39 to me. Definitely not 1937. Hard to tell if it is 1935 or 1939 though. If that doesn't narrow it down enough to coordinate with your records, I can check the marker the next time I am there. Let me know.
Added by Catherine Galphin on May 10, 2012 10:50 AM
|Richard Wood||Jessee Roberts Grave|
Thank you very much for the picture. I Really appreciate it.
Added by Richard Wood on Mar 20, 2012 5:50 PM
|Mary Ann Baggett Ferguson||RE: Alvie Hendrix and Nell Lucas Johnson|
You are very welcome. Always happy to help you w/your family history. It is very rewarding.
Added by Mary Ann Baggett Ferguso... on Mar 03, 2012 9:01 AM
|Denise Cowart Sirois||Billy Cowart|
Rachael, Thank you so much for the picture of my brother's grave. I appreciate you doing this for me more than you can ever know! Denise
Added by Denise Cowart Sirois on Jan 04, 2012 6:57 PM
|Denise Cowart Sirois||Charles Cowart|
Rachael, Thank you so much for the picture of my daddy's grave. I live in NC and do not get to go there and you have done something so wonderful for me. I really appreciate it very much! Denise
Added by Denise Cowart Sirois on Jan 04, 2012 6:56 PM
|Lynn Konecny||james and Octavia Clack|
Thank you so much for taking the photos of James and Octavia Clack's markers. I really appreciate you do this.
Added by Lynn Konecny on Jan 21, 2011 4:46 PM
Thank you so much for the markers of the Davis Family. I believe you are correct, my GGGgrandmother's marker, Mary B. Mitchell Davis, has given way to time just like those of her parents. I was so saddened to see the damage to them.
Thank you again for your time and effort in making the photos.
Added by brent on Mar 28, 2010 10:55 AM
Sorry about adding the name as link incorrectly in my just sent previous message. I was working on another page and got the wrong link to include in your message, the below message should have included the link for Pvt. Sidney E. Branch.
Added by Autumn on Mar 22, 2010 9:21 AM
As a update to your a new day's message, concerning the Memorial Page of Civil War Soldier, Pvt. Ezekiel H. Bailey, if you will look at his page you will see I have added a Burial note (last night)as of acknowledging the fact that there is uncertainty as of his burial location and if someone does find his gravesite, I will be glad to update the burial information.
I feel if all these many years have gone by and he had not yet been yet recognized by entering a memorial page in his Memory, that he well deserved to be remembered as a soldier of War, just the same as other soldiers have been and are being recognized for their service for thier country. After all, there are many, many pages entered to Find A Grave as "burial unknown", and as chances are..very few people ever run across to read, add flowers, notes, etc.
There is a possibility that he was buried in a Mass Grave somewheres, but still he does deserve to be recognized as other soldiers are.
As for me entering a Memorial Page for Pvt. Sidney Branch, I hope someone will someday find his page and perhaps it will lead to in someway, to his gravesite being found. Then perhaps others will be able to go and place real flowers on his gravesite, and perhaps say, "thank you."
Added by Autumn on Mar 22, 2010 9:15 AM
As a reply to your question..it has been a good while (Apr. 2008) since I worked on the page for soldier Sidney Branch and have worked on many since, but with looking back briefly, it appears I entered available information and would have also had question to why they would have said he was wounded at the Mt. Zion Church if it didn't have anything to do with his death. Also, I take notice the photos for this church's page on Find A Grave were entered in 2006 and that the entries of deceased for the cemetery as b. & d. dates seemed to go way back. I have not been there to the cemetery of Mt. Zion Church, in Hancock Co.,Ga., if I had, I would have tried to make photos. So, I don't really know anymore than you do as of his final resting place, as burial. I will be glad to make a correction for the burial location if you do find out for sure. Since you said he lived about a month after being wounded, another thought just came to me is..if he was badly wounded perhaps at that time in the 1860's he would have been too sick to have been sent back home as while alive and if his body was sent back home for burial, it seems someone of the family would have perhaps passed the information along over the years. Just a thought. Like I said, if and when you should find out the burial location I will be glad to add it to the page that I have contributed to Find A Grave in his memory. Thanks.
Added by Autumn on Mar 21, 2010 4:24 PM