|Arboreal Scout||location of Old Town Cemetery, aka Buster Cemetery|
Hi Regina, I see you created interments at Old Town Cemetery, aka Buster Cemetery. The location provided is "Cemetery is on Ira Bell Farm on Church Street in Bell Bottom, Monticello, Ky. Wayne County Kentucky USA Postal Code: 42633. Cemetery notes and/or description: UNIDENTIFIED GRAVES: 294"... I can't find that place on any new or old map, and was wondering if you would be able to provide it's location? Thanks!
Added by Arboreal Scout on Jul 27, 2014 7:39 PM
|Susan Prokoop-Kendall||Thom A Bates|
I just wanted to say thanks you for adding this photo of my 2nd great g'father's grave! I thoroughly appreciate the work you are doing. I have never been to Monticello but hope to visit within the next 2 years. Thanks again. Susan
Added by Susan Prokoop-Kendall on Jun 29, 2014 3:47 PM
|Lea Roberts||RE: Mae Elizabeth Clark|
Regina, how to find a page number? All know is that grandmother is between 1,521 and 1560. Help???
Added by Lea Roberts on Jun 03, 2014 6:37 PM
|Long Black Veil||William John Kindrick|
Thank you so much for the great picture of William J Kindrick' stone. Great job.
I am so afraid on warm spring days or during the summer to visit cemeteries because of snakes. So I understand what you were talking about. Even with the snakes all around you still got a great picture of William' stone
Thank you for all the work you do on find a grave and all the wonderful photographs.
Added by Long Black Veil on Jun 03, 2014 1:19 PM
|Kathy Smith||RE: Harry L Auten|
Father is 43007506. Mother is 43007608. Thank you for doing this, and I apologize for the long delay in getting these numbers to you.
Added by Kathy Smith on May 29, 2014 11:08 AM
|Lea Roberts||Mae Elizabeth Clark|
Regina, on Find-A-Grave, it states that my grandmother was called Edna. No, she was not. Her middle name, or really her first name, is Elizabeth. Her sister was Edna Koger, and she is buried in TN. Can you please change this? I am hoping that someday I can show you the bible. Grandmother really was Elizabeth Mae Koger Clark, but as many people were called by their middle names, so was Grannie. She was also called "Lizzie" as a young child.That information was from her mouth to my ears.
Added by Lea Roberts on Mar 22, 2014 10:53 AM
|Undertaker's Gr/Granddaughter||Just read your bio.|
I have many family members from Wayne Co. What kind of help are you looking for?
Added by Undertaker's Gr/Granddaug... on Mar 11, 2014 6:10 PM
|Undertaker's Gr/Granddaughter||Thomas S Bates|
May I use your picture on my ancestry page crediting you. :o)
Added by Undertaker's Gr/Granddaug... on Mar 11, 2014 6:06 PM
|Douglas Robinson||RE: Joshua Davidson|
It has been transferred to you.
God bless. DAR
Added by Douglas Robinson on Mar 07, 2014 5:32 PM
|CL Hileman||Thank You|
Just want to say thank you to you and Sharon - so many of my family came from your area and it's a blessing to be able to locate so many so quickly! You girls are a blessing!
Added by CL Hileman on Mar 01, 2014 7:08 AM
|ancstsearcher||Rebecca Jane Watson|
The Rebecca Jane Watson that you have listed was not a Hughes. Rebecca Jane UpChurch Watson was the daughter of Joseph UpChurch and Sarah Jane Matthews. She was my great grandmother and was married to Hiram Watson. Her maiden name was UpChurch. The death certificate that you got the information from was signed by the wife of my grandmother's brother Alfred Watson. Aunt Ada probably got confused about Rebecca Jane's parents because Rebecca Jane's father was married several times. Rebecca Jane UpChurch Watson can be found living with great uncle Alfred Watson and Ada Winningham Watson in census. Rebecca Jane UpChurch Watson can also be located in census with her husband Hiram Watson and her children including Alfred and my grandmother. Please correct this major error on your find a grave web site for her! Thanks.
Added by ancstsearcher on Feb 09, 2014 2:36 AM
Woops! I think I have it straighened out now. Was difficult to read. If it's not, let me know and I'll work on it.
Added by Colleen on Feb 03, 2014 8:02 PM
I have moved the photo to your page. If you need anything else, let me know.
Added by Colleen on Feb 03, 2014 4:20 PM
|Emily ||Old Town Cemetery|
I am hoping you might have the answer to a location question. A set of my grandparents is buried in the Old Town Cemetery (John Jones and Margaret Best Jones). I am seeking another set of grandparents (Robert Wallace and Jane McHenry Wallace) but I am not certain if where they lived would be close to this cemetery or not. I saw the note that there are a lot of unidentified graves. :(
I was told by the genealogical society Robert and Jane lived in the Otter Creek area, would you happen to know if this cemetery is close to that area or which ones are?
Robert and Jane's son Andrew married John and Margaret's daughter Mary Anna.
Added by Emily on Jan 08, 2014 6:45 PM
|Linda Dempsey||Re: #34839306|
I was wondering if you would transfer Thomas P Brummett. He was my grandfather's brother. His brother, Willie Brummett, died in 1930 and is suppose to be in the same cemetery according to his death certificate. Have you found his grave? Thanks for all the hard work you have done photographing all the graves.
Added by Linda Dempsey on Nov 18, 2013 10:35 PM
|Brenda Jewell||RE: #67574404 Paul Neal|
Thank you so much Regina.
Added by Brenda Jewell on Nov 01, 2013 2:33 PM
|Brenda Jewell||#67574404 Paul Neal|
Regina, Paul Neal is my maternal G. G. Grandpa Would like to be able to link him to his wife and children.
Could you please email me and I will provide the numbers or you can assign him to me to fill in the blanks.
Brenda Jewell (contributing member)
Added by Brenda Jewell on Oct 31, 2013 4:35 AM
|Kathy Smith||Harry L Auten|
Please add his parents, William Isaac Auten & Margaret Belle Reed Auten.
Added by Kathy Smith on Oct 14, 2013 9:33 PM
|Gladys Turner Dinkeloo||RE: Montie Crabtree|
Dates and links added. Thanks.
Added by Gladys Turner Dinkeloo on Sep 22, 2013 3:30 AM
|Kerri Manuel||George Fleming, et al|
Hi Regina! Thanks so much for all the transfers of my Fleming family. I appreciate it very much. I've had them a couple of weeks now but I just now have finally gotten a chance to sit down and start working through them. Who knew how big this family tree project could get! Thanks again! You and Sharon are the best!
Added by Kerri Manuel on Jul 21, 2013 6:06 PM
|Ron Rader||Sarah and Walter Hill|
I've added some dates and links for both of these memorials. Hope I got everything right. If they are your family, can you check them out to see if I got the info right?
Added by Ron Rader on Jun 26, 2013 6:38 PM
|Paula Fair||S.L. Ramsey|
Thank you for all your work at the Elk Spring Cemetery! May I have your permission to post Samuel Logan Ramsey and family headstones to my Ancestry.com family tree? Many of my Ramsey ancestors are buried in Elk Spring. I live in Virginia, so your hard work is greatly appreciated!
Added by Paula Fair on Apr 20, 2013 1:12 PM
|Rhonda Cole||Parnell Cemetery|
Thank you so much for such a wonderful job!!I just got started in Find a Grave,I know all the hard long hours you must have put in.It is so gratifying.I would like to know how to get Marie Bell over to me,so I can start adding other family members.She is my maternal grandmother.most of this cemetery is related to me.Again THANK YOU BOTH!!
Added by Rhonda Cole on Apr 13, 2013 7:46 AM
|Gerald Miller||Duplicate Message|
Please pardon the duplicate message I accidently just sent.
Added by Gerald Miller on Mar 11, 2013 9:08 PM
|Gerald Miller||James Vance WARDEN|
Hi Regina. First of all, I would like to commend you for your efforts; they are most appreciated. As a fairly new Find-A-Grave Contributing Member (#48062551), I have just noticed the record for my great, great, grandfather James Vance WARDEN (1813-1861; Find-A-Grave Memorial #39144756) which you added on 7/6/2009.
My father was Fountain Fox MILLER, III (1914-2003). His father was Fountain Fox MILLER, II (1884-1921). His parents were Fountain Fox MILLER, 1 (1850-1921) and Florence WARDEN (1854-1915). Florence's father was James Vance WARDEN (1813-1861). My MILLER line connection goes back to Fountain Fox MILLER, I's parents Absalom MILLER & Hannah (BARTLESON) MILLER. The latter 2 are buried in Wayne County's Bartleson Cemetery.
I would like to add a additional information to the record which you initiated and wonder whether you might consider transferring management of his record to me.
Thank you for setting up his record and for considering my request for transfer. I look forward to your response.
Added by Gerald Miller on Mar 11, 2013 9:07 PM