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Sarah Clark Stevens (#47007170)
 member for 7 years, 6 months, 17 days
RE: Claude Kingsley grave
You're welcome, I'm sorry there wasn't a good way to take a photo!

Added by JMC on Oct 13, 2015 10:40 PM

Claude Kingsley grave
Hi, I went to Hillcrest Cemetery to look for Claude Kingsley's gravestone yesterday. According to cemetery records, he was a pauper buried in section AA (the oldest section in the cemetery), row 7, grave 7. I went with the employee who was helping me to the grave site; it was unmarked, the map was unclear on precisely where it was, and it was surrounded by empty spaces and other unmarked graves. Therefore, I was unable to take a photo. I apologize for the lack of success, but I hope this information helps.

Added by JMC on Oct 10, 2015 9:15 PM

CJ Carrell
RE: John Francis and Florence Johnson Culpepper
I'm still working on the baby Culpepper. There is a marker beside the other one but it is so darker that I can't read it. I'm going back to trace it or even try to clean it some.

Added by CJ Carrell on Oct 06, 2015 9:00 AM

Cheryl Selman Gill
RE: Norma Sanders
Your welcome. I'm glad I was able to locate them for you. I did notice that once I got home....Chesley, Lela, Mattie and W.W. Sanders do not have a tombstone photo. Next time I am in the area, I will stop by the McDade Cemetery again and try to locate those for you too.

Added by Cheryl Selman Gill on Jul 04, 2015 5:08 PM

Michael L. Carney
RE: Anna Margaret Karney Anthony
You bet! I enjoyed the hunt for the tombstones. You probably know this already but both father and son and respective spouses are buried there (Alvis Sr and Alvis Jr)

Added by Michael L. Carney on Jun 08, 2015 7:03 PM

Virginia Paredes-Tijerina
RE: Green and Effie Wolfe
Good morning and you are so welcome. It was my pleasure. I had to do a little digging because there were several small trees growing around the headstone. Roots were also around Effie and it was difficult to get a great picture but I was able to get it so that the information on her was legible. Anyway, I was glad to do it.

Added by Virginia Paredes-Tijerina on Apr 13, 2015 9:51 AM

Kaye Findley
RE: John Gardner
It is no problem at all, I thank you for doing what you do. There are very few records on John except on census when he lived with Edward, so it's an easy assumption. Thank you again!

Added by Kaye Findley on Feb 25, 2015 10:43 PM

Kaye Findley
John Gardner
Hi Sarah, Just wanted you to know that John Gardner is not the Father of Ed Gardner, he is his brother. They are two years apart, John being the oldest. There is not a lot of info on John, he never married and immigrated to the US from Ireland in 1859. Ed is my Great Grandfather. Oh and John was born about 1828. It is mostly documented in my tree, James T Gardner of Hopkins County, Texas. Thanks.

Added by Kaye Findley on Feb 24, 2015 2:42 AM

Era Lee Davis Harris
sorry...Oct 3, 1893


Added by GP-B on Jan 22, 2015 2:13 AM

Era Lee Davis Harris
I believe she was born in 1893, per her Death Certificate.

Added by GP-B on Jan 22, 2015 2:12 AM

Odie McGowan
Benjamin Clark
Sarah, thanks so much, but I was hoping for better results. I will keep searching. Have a great week.

Added by Odie McGowan on Jan 19, 2015 9:43 PM

Odie McGowan
Request for Information
I am Odie McGowan. I noticed you were thanking Cindi for a photo of Benjamin Clark. I've been trying to find information on a Benjamin M. Clark. Could they be one and the same? When the 1900 census was taken, he was 34 years old. Did he have a brother named Robert and a son named Hosy? Was his mother's name Faney?

Added by Odie McGowan on Jan 13, 2015 2:39 PM

Dennis Fohey
RE: Emily F. Bowling Bowen
The Rush Cemetery is in pretty bad shape. The markers are getting real hard to read. There are a lot of Bowens there, just can't make them out.

Added by Dennis Fohey on Oct 31, 2014 1:10 PM

Jean Camp Mathews
Levi & Emeline Karney
Thank you for adding Levi & Emeline's picture to the listing. My husband had never seen her before.

Jean Camp Mathews

Added by Jean Camp Mathews on Sep 30, 2014 12:47 PM

RE: Jemima Greer Forman
You are very welcome. Glad to help!

Added by PShannon on Sep 28, 2014 8:04 PM

J Wingo
RE: Charles Duty
Hey, you are welcome. As requested, I've uploaded Duty photos for all 7 in Blk R, Lot 99, including Era Cossey - who is marked as Era Duty. I hope this helps. -james

Added by J Wingo on Aug 20, 2014 4:03 PM

eliazbeth parks
Thank you for your reply. But this does not add up in any way. Mary ANN is the daughter of my 4th grandmother and father, Luke Ward who died in 1821 Hempstead Ark, Married to Rebecca Drew Ward Ward and Eliott. After Luke Died and she had to post bond for each minor child share of the estate, Which was, L .Jackson, Susannah and my grandmother Rebecca Julia Ward, who died 1889. She had applied for James Walker Wright pension after 1869 when he died, She was finally granted her widows rights after she had died. Rebecca Drew , Married William Jesse Ward in 1826, He died in 1850 and she married Middleton Elliott .His two children married her children from Eliott. She was 30 years older than he was, PRivate story, you can email me private and I will tell you,Sister Clarissa Ward married James Hardy Hunter, sister's(Mary HUnter) Son, James Owens Higgins.Elizabeth Ward married William Wright brother to James, and Thomas Wright who married James Hardy Hunter daughter Mary ANN McClendon Hunter, She was my ggrandfathers first wife. Rebecca Julia is Elizabeth Wright mother and the 2ne wife of my ggrandfather William Edward Hunter, You see I know what I am talking about here, Not one White name is associated with these lines, Children of Luke Ward and Rebecca Drew. in ORder. Mary ANN and Nancy where both born in N.C. Nancy married George Beloate or Belote, Clarissa, Elizabeth, L. Jackson, Susannah and Rebecca Julia Ward born 1811 Tenn. There is not Daniel or John Ward in these Lines. Have never proven William Jesse Ward and luke are related, I have all of Drews lines if you like it and Luke,Sr. Rest of marriages for Luke;s Kids. thank you again, Nice to have someone that is so nice to talk to. This line of Wards like the Hunters are not Indian.

Added by eliazbeth parks on Aug 19, 2014 7:45 PM

eliazbeth parks
White and Clark,
Thank you so much, But I cannot figure how the got White in her name, That name did appear In Thomas Carr line. Like I said it is not a Ward name, Mary ANN Ward's mother name was Drew and I have all the families names on both sides, all the way back to England, There is no White in the lines, Also the same for the Clarks .Unless it is related to the MCClendons? But what would that have to do with WARDS, Mary ANN used the naming system.

Added by eliazbeth parks on Aug 18, 2014 3:52 PM

eliazbeth parks
NAncy "White" Clark
Can you read what is on there, I looks like it says 14 years of age, Then there is something about husband, That part look different. looks different from the rest of the Writing. But down at the bottom can you make out what that says? Thomas Carr, had a daughter with the middle name as White, But Nancy middle name was Mary, She is the daughter of Mary ANN Ward Clark.

Added by eliazbeth parks on Aug 18, 2014 12:05 PM

eliazbeth parks
Mary White Clark
Hello, I was so shock to see that someone has put this name Mary WHITE as the name for Mary Ward and Gilbert Clarks daughter, Her name is Nancy Mary Clark. I know there is a White in the Carr line that married into this line. Their seems to be some mix up here on the grave markers.Mary's father is my 4th ggrandfather, Gilbert Clarks father is my 5th ggrandfather. I have all the correct information on these lines with proof to support the facts. I thought I would tell you this so you might want to research this for yourself.Thank you for reading this

Added by eliazbeth parks on Aug 18, 2014 11:52 AM

Cindi Coleman
RE: Old Washington Cemetery
No problem. I was happy to take them.


Added by Cindi Coleman on Jul 29, 2014 5:56 PM

C Wilson
RE: Jesse & Robbie Wright ~ Pine Forest
You're very welcome ... happy to do it

Added by C Wilson on Jan 25, 2014 11:22 AM

RE: Joseph Dowell Bloys
You're quite welcome, was glad to do it :-)

Added by KicknSpurs on Jan 22, 2014 3:04 PM

Debra Campbell
RE: Luther and Myrtle Mae Burkhart Glass
No problem, we got a lot of exercise that day.

Added by Debra Campbell on Jan 21, 2014 11:01 AM

Debra Campbell
RE: Luther and Myrtle Mae Burkhart Glass
No problem, we got a lot of exercise that day.

Added by Debra Campbell on Jan 21, 2014 11:01 AM


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