Actions
Begin New Search
Refine Last Search
Cemetery Lookup
Add Burial Records
Help with Find A Grave

Top Contributors
Success Stories
Discussion Forums
Find A Grave Store

Log In
Margaret (#47088274)
 member for 6 years, 2 months, 17 days
BJ
RE: Samuel and Edna Tilley
you are most welcome

Added by BJ on Jan 28, 2015 12:17 PM

Donna White
RE: Martha Dow
there is one other possibility if she was married before and buried with a gravestone in her first husband's last name with her first husband? Sorry I couldn't help. I looked through my Whitmore pics again and didn't see her. If she had a first husband, let me know his last name. donna

Added by Donna White on Oct 06, 2014 10:36 AM

Johnny
RE: Edward and Ramona Dow photos
Hello Margaret,
You are very welcome. I am glad I was able to help.

Johnny

Added by Johnny on Sep 17, 2014 11:08 AM

Jan Summers
John Clement Dow
Thank you for making the updates to his memorial. Best regards, Jan

Added by Jan Summers on Jun 20, 2014 9:07 PM

Kathy
Margaret Bennett
Margaret...correction on my message...if I have any sites on your family, let me know and I will transfer them to you. Kathy

Added by Kathy on Apr 19, 2014 6:05 AM

Kathy
RE: Minerva Abrams Bennett
Margaret, I am not a relative. When I find things looking for my relatives, I always double check other sites and if those sites are lacking, I will add my findings to help out. I greatly enjoyed seeing Margaret's picture and am very happy to transfer her to you. Best wishes. Kathy

Added by Kathy on Apr 19, 2014 6:03 AM

Jim
Francis & Isabella Crawford
Hi - I took a picture of this couple's headstone at Greenlawn Cemetery in Nelsonville, OH yesterday amd just filled your photo request. While I was at the cemetery, I found Luke and Clara Crawford's headstones as well. It doesnt appear that a memorial has been set up yet for each of them.

Let me know if you set up their memorial and I will post the pictures of their gravestones.

Thanx - Jim

Added by Jim on Jul 25, 2013 11:33 PM

Betty Jones Mikell
Pleasant Grove Cemetery
The pvc pipes were placed at the graves of David and Martha Lee Bell and Levi Joshua and Sarah Frances Fletcher Bell to mark their plots and so they would not be lost, by an indivual not related to the family. However, I'm told the Bell family plans to place permanant markers there before their reunion.

Added by Betty Jones Mikell on Feb 25, 2013 3:12 PM

rscumbie
RE: Dixon marker
You're welcome! I hope you can read the marker/headstone. It was hard to get a good picture of it. It's hard to read in person, much less in a photo.

Added by rscumbie on Feb 06, 2013 2:36 PM

Carol Chidlow
RE: James Milledge Hall photo
Just posted their children:
Cleveland
Kedron
Olin
Walter
Rose
Ruby

Added by Carol Chidlow on Jan 20, 2013 5:55 PM

Carol Chidlow
RE: James Milledge Hall photo
Margaret, I have pics of their kids as well, just have to post them. Keep looking.
carol

Added by Carol Chidlow on Jan 20, 2013 5:41 PM

Gail Buchanan
RE: Thank you for Bell grave photos
You are very welcome! I think the pvc was used because there are no other markers to their memory except the small metal and plastic marker from the funeral home and these are faded and often get mowed down. The pvc is buried and glued just as water pipe would be and seems substantial. The magic marker is also water proof for long periods of time. There are other Bell graves with the same pvc memorials. It is sad that there are no permanent headstones, but the pvc is better than no marker at all. I see many that have nothing but the funeral home marker and it is often too faded to read. Would you like the other photos of other Bell family members?

Added by Gail Buchanan on Sep 05, 2012 9:00 PM

Noreen Cullen
RE: Thank you for Smith Family photos
Your are welcome! The Smith family in town includes two sisters, after whom our middle school is named. They are well honored in this town.

:) Noreen

Added by Noreen Cullen on Sep 01, 2012 1:43 PM

Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester
RE: Jenkins family at Greenwood Cemetery
You're very welcome!!
I hope you can visit our cemetery some day.
Take care!
cindy

Added by Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester on Aug 18, 2012 6:42 PM

Charles Stoll
RE: Thank you
No problem. I asked Gordon McCollough if he knew of these folks and he exactly where they were buried. All three side-by-side at the right front of the cemetery. Glad I could help.

Added by Charles Stoll on Mar 17, 2012 12:30 PM

Deb Allison
RE: Catherine Dow
You're welcome. Glad I could take it for you.

Deb

Added by Deb Allison on Jul 18, 2010 4:49 PM

Angela Starner
RE: Thank you
No problem. Glad to help.

Added by Angela Starner on Sep 11, 2009 9:59 PM

Olivia Williamson Braddy
Felix Corbin
Thank you so much, Margaret! We thought he was buried in our family cemetery because of these articles:

Montgomery County Newspaper Clippings:
Thursday, December 15, 1910
ONE DEATH MAY ALTER THE CASE.
Swainsboro, Ga., December 9.--The remains of Felix Corbin, who was killed at Milton, Florida, Wednesday arrived at Oak Park in this county last night and were interred in the family burying ground near the old Corbin homestead today. Many rumors are current as to the way that Corbin came to his death. The most authentic report is that Corbin was at his home when he was called to the door and under cover of darkness a volley of shots was fired at him, one of them striking him and producing death.
Corbin, who was a former resident of this county, was wanted here charged with assault and battery on the persons of Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Thompson and their young daughter. Sheriff Fields after considerable trouble located him in Florida and with requisition papers went to Santa Rosa County to get Corbin and bring him back to this county for trial. This was about five months ago. Corbin refused to come and under a writ of habeas corpus was given a hearing. The result of this proceeding gave Corbin his freedom. Sheriff Fields then made affidavit that Corbin was a fugitive from justice and Sheriff Collins of Santa Rosa rearrested Corbin and turned him over to Sheriff Fields, who brought him back here. As soon as he reached this county Corbin gave bond for his appearance, returned to Florida and had warrants issued for both Sheriff Fields and Sheriff Collins in the United States Court. Both officers were arrested and placed under bond. Sheriff Fields appeared in federal court in Savannah last week asking that his case be transferred to Georgia. This was not granted and he is now under bond to appear in the United States court in Florida. Corbin was the chief witness in these cases and it is probable that his death will put an end to this affair.
Corbin was a son of the late Nelson Corbin of this county. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Nancy Corbin, and a number of brothers. He was 35 years of age and was physically a fine specimen of manhood. He was twice married, his first wife being a Miss Wilkes, sister of B.F. (sic; should be B.B.) Wilkes of this county. His second wife was from Florida, and she and several children survive him.


The Atlanta Constitution
Emanuel County Man Killed in Florida
Dec. 10, 1910
The remains of Felix Corbin, who was murdered at Milton Fla. day before yesterday, arrived at Oak Park, in this county, last night, and will be interred in the family burying ground near the old Corbin homestead.
Many rumors are current as the way that Corbin came to his death. The most authentic report is that Corbin was at his home when he was called to the door, and, under cover of darkness, a volley of shots was fired at him, one of them striking him and producing death. Another report is that he was shot down by the sheriff of Santa Rosa in an attempt to arrest him.
It will be remembered that Corbin who was a former resident of the county, was wanted here for the assault and battery on the persons of Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Thompson and their young daughter. Sheriff Fields, after considerable trouble, located him in Florida, and with requisition papers went to Santa Rosa county to get Corbin and bring him back to this county for trial. This was about five months ago. Corbin refused to come, and under a writ of habeas corpus, was given a hearing. The result of this proceeding gave Corbin his freedom. Sheriff Fields then made affidavit that Corbin was a fugitive from justice, and Sheriff Collins, of Santa Rosa, re-arrested Corbin and turned him over to Sheriff Fields, who brought him back here. As soon as he reached this county Corbin gave bond for his appearance, returned
to Florida and issued warrants for both Sheriff Fields and Sheriff Collins in the United States Court. Both officers were arrested and placed under bond.


Thank you again!

Olivia Williamson Braddy
Emanuel County, GA

Added by Olivia Williamson Braddy on Sep 11, 2009 5:51 AM

Wiregrass Irisheyes
Correction to Dorrie D. Wildes Memorial
You must live in Florida. Correction has been made. Thank you for your contribution.

Added by Wiregrass Irisheyes on Aug 13, 2009 4:35 AM

 
 

Privacy Statement and Terms of Service