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Connie WEEAKS Pace (#46984521)
 member for 6 years, 4 months, 23 days
Harriet Richey
Hi Connie,
You state on Harriet's memorial that her husband, William, died from complications due to his service during the civil you have any documentation that we can refer back to on this. We did not find it on her civil war pension application. Thank you, Nancy

Added by Nancy on Mar 10, 2014 5:21 PM

Susan Zmrzel
RE: Edward Gilbert
I noticed that your source said "existing remains exhumed and placed in a solitary grave on the property. There is a plaque dedicated to the unknown buried pioneers on the school grounds."

When I documented the Mountain View Cemetery in Kingman I was given 3 note books of records stating who was buried in the cemetery. This is were I got the information on the burial of Edward Gilbert.

Since your above quoted source said the remains (with no names) were all placed in a solitary grave does not mean Edward Gilbert was one of those bodies.

I would say Edward is buried in Mountain View Cemetery and there is no headstone for him.

If you find proof that he is buried in the pioneer cemetery then I will change it.

Thank You,


Added by Susan Zmrzel on Mar 07, 2014 8:35 AM

Susan Zmrzel
Edward Gilbert
Regarding your request: "Edward is not buried in Mountain View Cemetery. He is buried in Pioneer Cemetery. Would you please make the correction"

Please tell me how you know that Edward was not moved the Mountain View Cemetery and is buried under the school's football field?

Thank You,


Added by Susan Zmrzel on Feb 26, 2014 11:00 PM

Carl Graham
RE: Mary Ellen CROWSON Bledsoe
You are very welcome, glad that I could help.

Added by Carl Graham on Feb 22, 2014 6:58 AM

Jerri Sellers Paynter
RE: Lewis William P. Redwine

Added by Jerri Sellers Paynter on Feb 21, 2014 4:57 PM

Jerri Sellers Paynter
RE: Lewis William P. Redwine

Added by Jerri Sellers Paynter on Feb 21, 2014 4:57 PM

Arleen Hopkins
Perry C Doyal
Do you know if he was married twice. My great aunt was married to a Perry C Doyal, but don't know if he died before there child was born or not. My great aunt name is Carrie Agnes Bertling, her daughter was Bernice Doyal Sanders. She was a nurse at Colonial Nursing Home in Schulenburg Texas.

Added by Arleen Hopkins on Feb 14, 2014 6:09 PM

Bear Hugs
RE: Alice J. GERHARDT Potter Green
My pleasure. We are in Flagstaff (from Alberta Canada) for a week and noticed there were numerous photo requests. I know how difficult it is to wait (sometimes for years) for someone to respond to photo requests and thought I could help.

Thank you for everything you are doing to preserve the memory of those that have gone before.


Added by Bear Hugs on Jan 25, 2014 9:04 AM

Lyn St.Peters
RE: James Monroe Bankston
It was my pleasure.

Added by Lyn St.Peters on Jan 21, 2014 5:58 PM

RE: George W. & Martha Jane MATHIS Caviness
Awwww Connie--I always appreciate your Thank Yous. Just wondering, are Caviness, Cavaness, and Cavness all variations of the "same" name??

Added by BARBARA DIGGES on Jan 11, 2014 4:55 PM

RE: Jesse Paul Crawford
You are very welcome.

Added by Chavers on Jan 11, 2014 4:51 PM

Nancy Reed Caviness

I'm not sure if you know that I found the death certificate for Rebecca Caviness Drew, filled in by her son, saying her mother's maiden name was Roberts? I personally believe this is more reliable than the info provided by g-g-g-g-grandaughter B Von.

Meanwhile I have spent a couple of days reviewing all the info. Plenty of other contradictions & confusions to be sure. Email me at my sunny-net address if you still have it and I will give you my new email so we can discuss further & I can send a copy of Rebecca's death certificate.

Added by Jan on Jan 09, 2014 6:55 PM

Nancy Reed / Roberts Caviness
Hi Connie-

I thought we agreed, based on the death certificates of their children, that the second wife of Henry Caviness was Nancy Roberts? I'm wondering now if you have found more documents that I haven't seen yet? I'm hoping so since you're so good at digging up obscure documentation.

Jan Sacherer Turner

Added by Jan on Jan 06, 2014 9:09 PM

Pearly Gates
RE: Fannie Lee PALMER Hinds

Happy New Year !

Added by Pearly Gates on Jan 04, 2014 3:10 PM

Pearly Gates
RE: Fannie Lee PALMER Hinds

Happy New Year !

Added by Pearly Gates on Jan 04, 2014 3:10 PM

Patricia Louise Crawford
Thanks for your work.
Looks like John Caviness and Susanna Poe Caviness' 5th child, Louise married,Joseph Henry KIRK, son of Alexander and Catherine Bolinger while their 9th child, Jefferson married Martha KIRK , daughter of Joseph Henry and Roda Peck, and their last child Jeremiah married a Martha KIRK also. I don't have her parents yet. This is so fun.
Thanks again for your help.

Added by Patricia Louise Crawford on Jan 02, 2014 3:28 AM

Donna Wilkins
Maud Weeks
I removed the pictures as per your request.

Added by Donna Wilkins on Dec 31, 2013 8:04 PM

Find A Grave Member #47604643
Reuben David Moore
If he is your relative too, you have just as much claim on that photograph as I do - in my opinion. : ) I have a picture of officers (all mounted) in his unit too. Do you want it as well? Merry Christmas!

Added by Find A Grave Member #4760... on Dec 21, 2013 8:25 PM

sally witschi
Connie, I see that you have done some research on the Caviness. I am searching for some answers to my grandfather. His mom and dad are David and Susan (Caviness) Crawford. They are buried at Oak Grove cemetary at Chatauqua County cemetary in Kansas. If anyone has info. about the Crawford-Caviness family please let me know.

Added by sally witschi on Dec 16, 2013 4:32 PM

Carol Jones
RE: William Adolphus Cobb
Oh, Thank goodness. I'm glad you figured that out - it was worrying me!

Added by Carol Jones on Dec 12, 2013 7:13 AM

Carol Jones
RE: William Adolphus Cobb
Also I see a death certificate for Mary Elizabeth Cobb in Mason County in 1923 with a father named WCT Brazier (Frazier) and the information came from her sister, Nancy Berry.

Added by Carol Jones on Dec 10, 2013 9:37 PM

Carol Jones
RE: William Adolphus Cobb
The name I see on the headstone #47649348, says Mary Elizabeth Frazier Cobb. And I thought that was pretty well cemented by the families being near one another in Kaufman and Williamson County census. I did not see any evidence for the Humphries name except it was in somebody's tree. But... looking closer, I see that tree belongs to a person I've communicated with and they usually have their facts straight. So, now I'm wondering...

Added by Carol Jones on Dec 10, 2013 9:28 PM

Carol Jones
RE: W. A. Cobb
Hi Connie, I added his father. His mother doesn't have a memorial and I haven't figured out his children for sure yet and am not sure if I ever will. I keep an eye out for more info about him on and other sites. He's a brother to my great grandmother - by another mother, as they say.

Added by Carol Jones on Dec 10, 2013 7:54 PM

Carol Jones
RE: W. A. Cobb
That makes me think - are you kin to any of the Weekes (different spelling) in Eastland county? One of my Clem aunts married a Weekes. Most of my relatives who spent time in your area were Cobbs.

Added by Carol Jones on Dec 10, 2013 7:12 AM

Carol Jones
RE: W. A. Cobb
Thank you, Connie.
Carol Jones (great, great granddaughter of Absalom McDade Cobb)

Added by Carol Jones on Dec 09, 2013 5:14 PM


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