|jessia carrtel||RE: Your GGGGGGgrandfather|
I am soooo sorry that i am just now getting back with you after two years. I hardly come here unless i am locating graves. I do have information on the foley's that i do not mind sharing. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to email me and we can exchange information. I think it is a wonderful thing that you are the overseerer of the property. I cannot wait to speak with you. Have a wonderful day. :-)
Added by jessia carrtel on Apr 23, 2014 9:18 AM
you are always welcome. BILL RIGNEY SENDS. BT
Added by MIDWAY41 on Dec 24, 2013 12:25 PM
|Skippersgirl||Scott Family Cemetery|
On a post you left for someone you mentioned the awesome story written. I tried to locate it. Is there a link you might post?
Ann Skipper Boykin
Added by Skippersgirl on Nov 06, 2013 9:03 PM
|Edward Rodrigues||need to get plot location|
I am presently trying to fulfill your request for a photo of the grave at San Fernando
cemetery. I have run into a problem the office does not want to look up anymore of my request (I called to many times now) for grave location and if they know there is a headstone. if you can call the office and request the plot location and if they know of a headstone you can post it on the memorial. I will go out and take a photo. The office number is 210-432-2364
Added by Edward Rodrigues on May 07, 2013 7:31 PM
I am so sorry in learning in the loss of another son; thoughts and prayers for you and your family.
Added by McKenzie-Roberts on Feb 15, 2013 8:25 PM
|Stephen Ornberg||RE: Anna and Ebenezer Billings|
As I remember, there were more stones with the name of Billings. If I get a chance, I will return to great planes Cemetery After Christmas to see what I can find. It is a secluded ground way in the woods on a dirt road in North Stonington Ct. Many of the stones are 1700 to 1800. There is also a Billings lake not too far from there.
Added by Stephen Ornberg on Dec 19, 2012 7:47 PM
|Rich Dohm||Pate's ~ Hollywood Cemetery|
Hello Judy. You requested a photo for a Pate at Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, VA. And you wondered if there might be other Pate's? There's an online lookup, 19 Pate's are listed HERE. Rich.
Added by Rich Dohm on Dec 18, 2012 2:11 PM
|David Sifford||RE: Just a Thank You for good work|
Nicer words have never been spoken. You are more that welcome.
Added by David Sifford on Dec 11, 2012 9:18 AM
|Jim Morell||Clarence Billings|
I did the best I could with the photo.
The stone is old and badly worn.
The grave next to Clarence is Letha May Billings 1897-1986. I created the memorial with a picture of her stone. I assume this is his wife.
If you wish I will gladly transfer the memorial to you.
Added by Jim Morell on Nov 28, 2012 5:20 PM
|LKat||James M. Cude|
You are welcome for the photos.
Added by LKat on Nov 21, 2012 5:51 PM
|Bobbie Carson Wilson||RE: Tucker Foley|
Thanks for the information that you provided, I would like your permission to add it to my tree at ancestry.
Unfortunately, I do not have any additional information that could help you. But, I will be glad to watch for any mention of William Arnold, doing my reasearch.
Added by Bobbie Carson Wilson on Oct 22, 2012 3:52 PM
|Lois Dyer||RE: Archie Dungan|
You are so welcome, I'm glad to be able to help.
Have a great day,
Added by Lois Dyer on Oct 19, 2012 12:00 PM
|Drover||RE: Leona River|
Thank you, Judy. Be assured that when I locate "The Fourth of July Cemetery on the Leona River" I will advise you and everyone that will stop and listen to me. That is going to be a great day for me and one that I will remember forever.
Added by Drover on Oct 06, 2012 12:22 PM
|Drover||RE: Leona River|
Judy, your interest and offer to try to have the change made is appreciated. My interest in "The Fourth of July Cemetery on the Leona River" is because of my love of history and especially for the Texans that lived their lives during a very hard time in our history. It is disturbing to me that three of these people lost their life during this era and now in our world of today we can't even acknowledge where they were buried. This does not speak well of our values. I would consider it an honor to be named sponsor of this cemetery on Find - A - Grave. I will pursue locating these graves and having the Texas Historical Commission mark this small cemetery with a monument after I locate. Your efforts and consideration speak well of you.
Added by Drover on Oct 05, 2012 7:48 AM
|Drover||RE: Leona River|
Dean Oden, (Find - A- Grave Memorial # 47404441 ) Bud English (#60563338) and Dan Williams( #60562592 )were with 8 friends who had all gathered for a 4th of July party in Frio County, Texas at the Burleson Ranch in 1865. The eleven men were in pursuit of two Indians and were ambushed by 35 Indians. The three mentioned by name were killed in the battle and were buried very near where the battle took place on the LEONA River near where it empties into the Frio River, all in Frio County. The name given to the cemetery on Find - A - Grave is Leon River Bank. The name needs to be changed to Leona River Bank Cemetery to reflect the correct name of the river very close to the graves of the three men. History is often confused by errors like this. Please change the name of the cemetery to reflect that the graves are near the Leona River. I began referring to the lost graves as being in the " Fourth - Of - July Cemetery on the Leona River." That name has been used in newspaper articles bringing to people's attention that we are attempting to locate those three graves. We are very close and will probably find it this fall. I have interviewed four or five elderly men in that locale that knew where the graves were located when they were young boys sixty or so years ago. Please change the name from Leon River Bank to Leona River Bank or if you plesae "Fourth Of July Cemetery on the Leona river."
Added by Drover on Oct 04, 2012 10:59 AM
Yes, that photo is my grandpa holding a lot of large fish. Would be fun to catch them, I think they had a good supper that night.
Added by LKat on Oct 03, 2012 3:29 PM
|Drover||Leon Riverbank Cemetery|
Hi Judy. The three grave cemetery that you have named and posted as "Leon Cemetery" is on the Leona River and not the Leon River. The Leon River is up in Bell County, Texas. I chose the name "Fourth of July Cemetery on the Leona River" as a name for this lost cemetery. The deaths occurred on July Fourth, 1865. I invite you and encourage you to adopt this name as this name might generate interest and questions regarding this lost cemetery. This cemetery needs more interest as the exact location is unknown. I believe that it can be found and permanently marker.
Added by Drover on Oct 02, 2012 12:24 PM
|Jamie Hamilton||Family Tree|
Hi there, I am starting our family tree, and have noticed that you left messages on my grandparents page, Lucile and Cecil Williams. I was wondering if you could tell me if you are related and if so how. I am new at the family tree stuff, I am trying to put it together for my father.
Thank You Jamie Hamilton
Added by Jamie Hamilton on May 03, 2012 1:08 PM
|Cara Beck||Minerva Watson photo|
Just saw your question about adding her picture to your Dungan family tree, of course you may add it. Sorry for the delay in responding to your request
Added by Cara Beck on Mar 04, 2012 12:56 AM
You're very welcome. As you can see from the wide shot on Mae's memorial, there was no snow at all. 55 degrees and a beautiful day.
There were some other Lewis graves in that row and around them. Didn't know if you were interested in those or not.
Added by terimwal on Feb 25, 2012 5:51 AM
|David & Carolyn (Mount) Plank||RE: Lydia Mount Abrahams|
Lydia Moun was the daughter of Peter Dey and Margaret Rue Mount. My wife, Carolyn Mount, is a first cousin 4 times removed to Lydia.
My wife's Mount family is from the Mercer/Monmouth counties area of New Jersey. I have not found any relation to any member of the Logan family nor have I found any of the Mount names you mentioned as part of hre family tree.
Added by David & Carolyn (Mount) P... on Feb 18, 2012 4:52 PM
|Ramona & Serena||RE: James Bradley|
You are so welcome!
Added by Ramona & Serena on Feb 11, 2012 10:19 PM
|KAREN LOVY||RE: George Swingler|
Your welcome. Love Texas lived here since 1996 I'm from Ohio Couldn't take the snow and frezzing weather anymore.If theres any more Swinglers I will post them, walk section by section every weekend.Karen
Added by KAREN LOVY on Jan 30, 2012 2:48 PM
|Deb||RE: Dixie Tucker|
Happy to post it for you! Also glad to see you & other person resolved the duplication issue - makes for a neater cemetery when there are no dups. If you need anything further my way, just holler!
Added by Deb on Nov 26, 2011 12:57 PM
|Arleta ♥||Deby Newborn|
Judy, I just saw your note on memorial # 54682298 identifying her as your Grandma. Can you please tell me her full name? To whom she married? I will also happily transfer if you request and I always consider finding family a success.
Added by Arleta ♥ on Nov 04, 2011 9:25 AM