|Brentley Shane Waller||RE: Pipkins Cemetery|
Thanx Linda,being its on the line, we are gonna add em to our Greene COunty Confederate Graves Registry.
Added by Brentley Shane Waller on May 24, 2013 4:02 PM
looking for my Uncle "PVT" Leon Gore Jr
Born:Mar-7-1930 in Arkanaas
Died: Feb-9-2002 in Pearling, Hancock,Ms
Added by pat on May 11, 2013 4:12 PM
|Dell Smith||James Garner and Mary Jane Roberts|
You might want to add to the lists of their children, my grandfather, Alfred Ernest "Bill" Roberts. His dates are 12/05/1888-11/26/1953. He is buried at Coalville. Thanks!
Added by Dell Smith on May 09, 2013 12:58 PM
|Ann Nash||RE: Unmarked graves|
Sorry it took so long to reply. I looked into the "divining rod",I believe it is a myth. Please remove the photo from Clarrisa Broadus where u have the pcv post between Willis and her. There is not a body there and I do not want researchers going on a research for something that is not there. I went out to the Cemetry and looked at the post. Please Remove the picture and the Pcv post. Thanks Ann
Added by Ann Nash on May 08, 2013 6:03 AM
|Charles Thompson||RE: McPheeters|
If you go to this website:
click on "Cemetery"
Click on "burials before 2011"
you will get the complete list of persons on record as buried in that cemetery. That cemetery is divided into 9 "additions". The specific numbers assogned to William and Elizabeth don't help unless you know the specific addition.
Elizabeth's numbers are Section 7, block C, Lot 1
William's are Section 9, block C, lot 11
hope this helps.
Added by Charles Thompson on Apr 06, 2013 9:55 AM
|Anna Thornhill Lentz||RE: Gus Thornhill|
I have never found a grave location for Addison Thornhill, I did find Mallie M. Thornhill, Addison wife, grave at Poplarville Cemetery, Poplarville, Pearl River, Mississippi memorial # 76160167.
Added by Anna Thornhill Lentz on Feb 28, 2013 10:28 AM
|Mark Fayard||RE: Fayard/Barnes|
Yes that is he. My mother's father is Walter R Barnes, son of Daniel.
Added by Mark Fayard on Feb 26, 2013 1:54 PM
|Joy Wilson||RE: Jacob Yost|
I can't remember if the tree is growing around this stone or if it is just leaning up against it. Unfortunately, many of the stones have already been lost or broken. These old ones that are made of slate are surprisingly durable as far as the carving in the front of them goes. They are usually on the thin side, though. It is apparent by the trees growing in the cemetery that no one has tended this in a long time.
Added by Joy Wilson on Feb 04, 2013 12:37 PM
|Jennifer Sheffer||Your welcome|
Your welcome, I also have a photo of a stone next to the Chapin, the stone just says mary. I don't know if this is Mary E. or Mary Chapin.Before I post it I want to check the cemetery book and see what it says...There is also something at the bottom of Mary E. stone and it appears to say: Little Warren son of W & C.A Chapin died oct 12, 1841.
Added by Jennifer Sheffer on Jan 18, 2013 3:04 PM
|S.E.M.||RE: Henry Keith Photo|
They have him listed in the cemetery log as Harry, but there is no marker to be found. I'm going to try to find it myself.
Added by S.E.M. on Jan 08, 2013 5:05 AM
Thank you for the obits. Photos and obits add so much to a memorial.
Added by Hardy Williams on Nov 15, 2012 9:28 AM
|Elizabeth Yates Johnson||RE: Yeager transfer|
Thank you for transferring Uncle Fletcher's memorial to me. He was my Yeager grandmother's younger brother. I knew him well, spent a week with them in New Orleans when I was very young, and visited them again in Van Cleave when I was about 15. Aunt Ettie was very special to me. I was in touch with his daughter Ettie Christine in 1993 for a few years -- we both attended the 1994 Yeager Family Reunion in Wiggins, MS. Her son drove her down from Illinois. I will post some photos to his memorial as soon as I get a chance.
Added by Elizabeth Yates Johnson on Aug 23, 2012 10:02 AM
Hi sorry it took me a few days to get those photos, had a lot of rain last week, we really needed it!
So, the second big stone is of Jotham's wife, but her first name is Anna, i uesd flour on them and it sill is not very clear, looks like she died June 1 1828, the age looks like 61 that would make her birth year 1767.
The child's stone is from their son Jotham, he died March 1 or 7 1809 AE 7 mo.
Hope that helps Ingrid.
Added by wienerin on Aug 01, 2012 11:25 AM
I am researching my Ancestors and you have taken a number of photos of their headstones. I was wondering if you would mind if I use them on my Ancestry. I will give you the credit. I live in Calif. and the grave are a long way off.
Thank you for your time
Added by Sandi on May 30, 2012 3:39 PM
|Gail Sylvester||RE: Holden photos|
Wow, Linda, I found Ethel Wilson in Byrd cemetery. What a wonderful job you and others have done setting this site up.
Added by Gail Sylvester on May 11, 2012 8:33 PM
|Kevin K. Slatten||RE: Herrington/Bilbo|
Thank you SOOO much for the information concerning the Herrington Cemetery! I will certainly contact Mr. contact him today and talk with him. Once I can get out there I will certainly take more photos and share with you and findagrave!
Again, thank you so much for all of your help!!!
Added by Kevin K. Slatten on Mar 30, 2012 5:41 AM
|John R. Smith||Hello, and Thanks|
Linda, Thank you for helping me and the transfers you made to me. I'm new with this and would like to contribute what I can. I have a book by Thermon Flurry, my mother gave me this book before she passsed away. This is where I got started. I hope to improve my research methods as time go's.
Added by John R. Smith on Feb 25, 2012 8:30 AM
|Beatrice Bennett||Madison E. Hill|
Linda, thank you so much for the correction for the Cemetery and the photo.
You're a true Earth Angel.
Added by Beatrice Bennett on Feb 15, 2012 11:20 AM
|Tim Childree||RE: Reeder Photo|
You're welcome. The plot info came from the cemetery index at the library. I confirmed it with the visit. Her name is spelled "Intrekin" on the marker. Their daughter, son in law, and several of their (Sheffield) children are buried there.
Added by Tim Childree on Jan 31, 2012 7:53 AM
|Mary E. Warner||William and Edith (Mizella) Slider|
Linda thank you so very much for the transfers of the above. I am wondering who did the linking of the children to them. Do you know? Are you related? Thanks again.
Added by Mary E. Warner on Dec 22, 2011 7:48 AM
|Robin Fletcher Butler||Civil Goff|
Thanks, Linda. I couldn't find the solution either. On the Goff/Gough Family Association website (goff/gough.com), in one of their past Ancestors and Decendants newsletters (which are now extant), Volume 9, No. 2, Spring 1990, the cover is a photo of the home of John Martin Franck, whose daughter was Sevil (Civil) Franck, and the article claims to have solved the mystery of the first wife of John Goff. It was edited by Bob B. Goff and lists the Archivist, Herb Evans. Do you know if this has been disputed since then? I know Melba Allen states on her website the wife's name was Hall or Franck, but ancestry.com (which I don't always trust) says it was Mathis. I guess we are all left to speculate! Thanks for your reply.
Added by Robin Fletcher Butler on Dec 13, 2011 7:29 AM
|Betty Radcliff Marshall||Fairley|
Thank you for the information on Esther Fairley Cochran. The links to her parents have been made.
God Bless You,
Added by Betty Radcliff Marshall on Oct 29, 2011 1:43 PM
|Scott||RE: Billy Entrekin|
Thank you, Linda. At 92, he had certainly lived a long life and influenced many. It was an honor to have known him.
Hope all is well,
Added by Scott on Aug 04, 2011 7:36 PM
|Rita Prine||Laura May Wilson Mathieu|
Just wanted to say "thank you" for adding the wonderful picture of Mama in her younger years.
Even though I had not seen that particular one before, it brought back some sweet, sweet memories of sitting on the couch at home, going through our family picture box with her.
She never failed to reminisce fondly about her school days when we would come across similar ones. I can still recall the happiness in her voice and the smile on her freckled face as she eagerly shared her precious school day sentiments with us.
Thank you again for sharing.
Rita Mathieu Prine
Added by Rita Prine on Jul 06, 2011 8:45 AM
Just came from the Wilkerson cemetery looking at some pictures you added. I see where the memorials dont match pictures, It hasn't changed since I quit doing pictures for memorials. Had the same problem. She left flowers but she didnt change the dates. Keep up the good work.I do personal request but I don't go out to cemeteries in this area and take alot of pictures like I use too.
Added by Ann Nash on May 15, 2011 4:41 PM