|CatheaC||RE: James and John Barber|
Linda - I did the links for you - in the future you might want to use the EDIT Tab on each memorial and then you can just enter the memorial numbers of parents (or spouse) right there and they will be processed by the owner more simply. Links will be sent with the request and also if they aren't done within 3 weeks the system will automatically process them for you. Some owners won't even process unless you use this system - I don't mind though - I'm easier to get along with! haha. But that's just FYI.
Added by CatheaC on Nov 13, 2015 9:09 PM
|Keith Spears||#69794676 - Alfred Mayhew|
This memorial is a duplicate of #44018630
Added by Keith Spears on Sep 29, 2015 7:28 PM
Are you related to Underwood families from Orange County, Indiana? I am.
Added by Chiquita on Jun 24, 2015 10:38 PM
|ellen white||RE: Jones Burying Ground|
Thank you, Linda. I appreciate your help.
Added by ellen white on Jun 10, 2015 12:16 PM
|ellen white||Jones Burying Ground|
Do you know the location of the Jones Burying Ground in Louisville? I am trying to compile a comprehensive list of all Jefferson County cemeteries. Thanks.
Added by ellen white on Jun 10, 2015 8:43 AM
|Teresa Whittemore||Amanda & Joseph Borders|
Do you know where their graves are at Maple Grove Cemetery?
Added by Teresa Whittemore on Nov 25, 2013 1:23 PM
|Sue Lynn McDaniel||RE: Sam Duncan (Goodrum) Cemetery, Warren County KY|
Hi, Linda. I have not visited the graves of Stilly Allcock and others yet. If I get there this summer, I will post photos of its current condition.
Added by Sue Lynn McDaniel on Jun 10, 2013 7:43 PM
|Myrtle Ennis||Ewin Taylor|
Linda do you have a photo of Ewin Taylor's tombstone who is buried on Sam Duncan farm in the Allcock-Goodrum Cemetery who was the husband of Sarilda Newto Allcock Taylor who is also buried there. Would appreciate any help. Mandane Ennis
Added by Myrtle Ennis on Mar 31, 2013 7:42 PM
Hello Linda Ann..my name is Ruby (Greer) Duncan and i was wondering if you may have anymore pictures of my daddy (Carroll Earl Greer)? i have seen several that i have never seen before on here and would love if you had some more if you could email them to me. i have 3 children of my own who would love to be able to cherish these wonderful pictures. Thank you soo much for you time & thank you for sharing such precious memories with me..God Bless you <3 With love, Ruby
Added by Ruby Duncan on Sep 25, 2012 2:13 PM
|D&PNutt||Ann Maria Ellis Smith|
Thanks for looking into this Smith Cem confusion I wrote you about on May 3rd. I will delete the Ann Maria Ellis Smith that I created in the Glasgow Smith Cem but could you link her to her parents?
Father Wm. Ellis # 83436059
Mother Elizabeth Newfountain Hughes Ellis # 83436110
I am still a bit confused about all the Smith Cemeteries. Glad you are there to sort it out. Let me know if I need to move or delete others I created.
I noticed there are two Enoch Smiths also but I didn't create this duplicate, some else did.
Added by D&PNutt on May 29, 2012 7:25 PM
|eboss||Other Smith Cemetery|
It looks like the person that added the duplicates of the Smith's that you have in the Etoile one to the Glasgow one worked from a book and assumed (I guess) that the Glasgow one was the correct one.
I wonder if I can get the admins to either merge or delete them.
Added by eboss on May 29, 2012 6:56 PM
Wow! 16 of them! Amazing. Not so easy to figure which is which.
The notes that I have about Jane Higdon Smith show that she was buried in Smith Cemetery. I would think in the same cemetery as her spouse - but she either doesn't have a gravestone, or it had eroded away.
Added by eboss on May 29, 2012 6:53 PM
I have the same question as the person before me. I have noticed that you have memorials in both Smith Cemeteries. Which is the correct on? Are they one in the same?
For example, you have J D Smith (69682786), who is actually James D Smith, in the Etoile one and his 1st spouse Jane T Higdon Smith (29854919) in the Glasgow one. I'd like to see them linked together. But if they are the same cemetery, then the cemeteries need to be merged together first.
Another example, you have Enoch E Smith (69682966), son of J D Smith in the Etoile one, and someone else entered Enoch Smith (61377184) in the Glasgow one, and it is very obvious that the gravestone is exactly the same.
Thanks very much for posting these - and hopefully this will get straightened out.
Added by eboss on May 29, 2012 3:20 PM
|D&PNutt||Smith Cemeteries in Barren co.|
I notice on Find A Grave there are two Smith Cemeteries listed for Barren co., Ky. Do you know if they are one and the same? One is labeled at Glasgow and the other at Etoile. My feeling is it is truly the one at Etoile.
I have place some burials in the Glasgow one but now feel it may be the other Smith Cem.
Thanks for your help,
Added by D&PNutt on May 03, 2012 12:09 PM
|Billie Rammelsberg||Cemetery on Sam Duncan Farm|
This Cemetery is also known as the Allcock-Goodrum Cemetery. Could you please list that name also, so other people could find it when looking for it. The first person buried there was named Rody not Roby. Rody is the nickname for Rhoda and she was a female, daughter of Joseph Reynolds Allcock & Stilly (Campbell) Allcock who are also buried in the Allcock-Goodrum Cemetery. Many of their descendants are buried in this cemetery. Joel Richard Allcock (later changed his surname to Madison) & Mary Jane "Polly" Herrington Allcock's daughter, Nancy R. Allcock/Madison married John Irvin Goodrum.
Billie Lee Alcott-Rammelsberg
Added by Billie Rammelsberg on Mar 11, 2012 2:23 PM
|Mark A. Drennen Sr.||James Swindler|
Thanks, someone else sent me the address and directions of where the cemetery is, he also told me there is a hole in the fence I could step through to get the picture.
Added by Mark A. Drennen Sr. on Nov 11, 2011 9:37 PM
|Mark A. Drennen Sr.||James Swindler|
Here are the exact date of birth/death:
James Swindler, Born Nov 15 1811, Died April 27 1857
Do you know where in Louisville, Ky Swindler Cemetery is? I was sent a photo request, as soon as I can get an address, I'll go take the picture of his headstone, as well as his wife.
Added by Mark A. Drennen Sr. on Nov 07, 2011 7:03 AM
|Judy Draper||Victoria Meador|
Link done. I see Allen Co Meador and Rippy are family names. George Meador is the brother of my 2nd great grandmother.
I would like to exchange info if you want to.
Added by Judy Draper on Jul 27, 2011 7:02 PM
Wondered when you would get here. I wondered where Goodrum Cemetery was, on here.
Added by Darla Cannon on Sep 18, 2008 1:17 PM