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Crystal (#47091776)
 member for 5 years, 8 months, 28 days
Ruth Ann Roberts Coker
Virgie Mae Warren Ingram
Hi Crystal,

I would like to send you an e-mail regarding your request concerning Virgie Mae Warren Ingram.

Could you e-mail me at so that I may reply to you privately?

Thanks so much!

Ruth Roberts Coker

Added by Ruth Ann Roberts Coker on Aug 23, 2014 7:53 PM

Martha Earles
Connie S. Baldwin
Crystal, My high school class of 1959 is to have our 55th class reunion in September and we were searching for Connie Sue Worsham Hart and I was told by her son, Mike Hart, that she died in 1997 in Muncie (Delaware Co., IN)under the name of Baldwin. I was searching for an obit so that we can be absolutely sure that this is the correct Connie Baldwin. Is there an office connected with the grave yard that I might contact? It is terrible that we did not know that she had passed at such an early date. Thank you for doing the memorial.
Martha Earles, researcher and possible classmate.

Added by Martha Earles on Jul 24, 2014 2:03 PM

Judy Allen
RE: Ina Phillips McCowan
Thank you.

Added by Judy Allen on Jul 24, 2014 8:11 AM

Judy Allen
Ina Phillips McCowan
Crystal - would like your ok to download Ina's
photo to my genealogy web page, my husband is related to the PHILLIPS.

Added by Judy Allen on Jul 23, 2014 4:58 PM

Jim Cartwright
Granville Cemetery
My wife has several ancestors in Granville Cemetery and you are right about its condition and location. Henry Dick, who you entered, is her great great grandfather, and his wife Emela is her great great grandmother. We have been to their monument. Her brother and his sister are nearby, James and Mercy Flinn. The Flinns and Dicks were early pioneers of the area. Several other Dick family members are buried in Union Cemetery and the Flinns are also buried in Marion and Wabash.

Added by Jim Cartwright on Jul 21, 2014 4:07 PM

Richard S. Barzelogna
Ref: Livvie
You're welcome. This Lady's bio makes her out to be one helluva woman and lady. Wish I had known her personally.

Added by Richard S. Barzelogna on May 01, 2014 6:12 AM


I do not have any idea who sent that link and i do not remember linking Nina to Savage, but he is not listed anymore. I do not know how to explain this but it is cleared up now.


Added by DSON1492 on Apr 29, 2014 1:05 PM

RE: Nina Winget Cooper
I did not link Darby Savage some one else has, I created the memorial for Don and Nina, Someone else linked Darby Savage as a Spouse when he was born and died in 1963..

You need to contact the person who has the Darby Savage memorial to do this.


Added by DSON1492 on Apr 29, 2014 9:16 AM

RE: Bobbie Cooper

Added by irishmiss on Apr 28, 2014 1:00 PM

Wendell Narrod
Bilbrey, Narrod and Norrod

Livvie was my aunt. Linnie was my mother. My last name, Narrod, was originally spelled Norrod. At Campground Cemetery there are markers of Norrod and Narrod. My brother, Benton Ray Narrod is buried there as is my father Early Ray Narrod. Linnie, my mother, is buried at Hamilton Memorial Gardens in Chattanooga. My brother, Charles Wesley Narrod, is buried in Dunlap, Tennessee. My middle name, Alastus, is for my maternal Grandfather, Alastus Bilbrey. My paternal grandfather was Dillard Norrod.

Added by Wendell Narrod on Nov 28, 2013 7:23 PM

Carolyn B
RE: Candis Bilbrey
I'm sorry for not getting back to you. I drive a truck and am not home often enough to get on here to check this site very often. The picture is one that my great grandmother Susie Roberson had. She positively that it is Candis' picture.
How does your line run from Candis?

Added by Carolyn B on Nov 15, 2013 7:05 PM

RE: Curts
Thank you Crystal, that was very thoughtful! And Thank You for all of your efforts & contributions :)

Added by Banty on Oct 28, 2013 8:58 AM

RE: Photos
Thank you so much, wrmcferrin

Added by wrmcferrin on Sep 06, 2013 11:18 AM

Re: Photos
Hi Crystal, May I have your permission to use your photos, that pertain to my family, in my Ancestry Tree? Thank you wrmcferrin ID# 46985018

Added by wrmcferrin on Sep 06, 2013 8:54 AM

Walter H Freeman
Hello Crystal
I see you put Lucinda A Gregory on hear. Are you related to her?? What do you know about her?
Been doing a lot of family research. Trying to find out about her son John W Gregory. Her son married my relative Mary F Freeman. I see Lucinda husband Noble B Gregory is in the same cemetery. Do you know if her son and Mary is in the same cemetery?? Trying to find out about John and Mary. Not having a lot of luck. Hope to talk to you soon.

Added by Walter H Freeman on Aug 06, 2013 1:21 PM

Betty Schlenk
Polly Phillips Brown
Hi Crystal..I just saw your post. Yes, we are related. Pollyanna Phillips Brown was the Mother of Elvira Brown Neely. Elvira was the Mother of Donzie Malinda Neely Ashburn. Donzie was the Mother of Willie Mae Ashburn who married WM Joe Miller and were my parents. I have a lot of information because I use to work on our family geneology but haven't for several years. My email address in Betty

Added by Betty Schlenk on Jul 30, 2013 6:44 AM

Jerri Russell
Velma McCowan
Crystal, I believe your Aunt Velma is my birth mother. I was born in Muncie. My original birth certificates identifies her as Velma Lee McCowan and Jackie Lee Ankrom as my father. My birth name was Jeraldean. I was born on Oct 17, 1956. I was put up for adoption when I was 9 months old, in Etowah County Alabama. Please let me know if my long search is over and if I have any siblings.

Jerri Higgins Russell

Added by Jerri Russell on Apr 27, 2013 10:26 AM

Your Granny Livvie
I visited her memorial, and just wanted to say, she seems like she was an amazing woman. Reminds me of my own grandmother.

Added by Carolyn on Nov 07, 2012 9:54 PM

Carolyn B
RE: Candis Bilbrey
Hey, Yes I am sure that the picture is Candis. The picture has been handed down to my Greatgrandmother who knew Candis before she died. I have pictures of my greatgrand mother with Candis' daughter Frankie, who also knew that the picture belonged to Candis.
I am descended through Frances Harris Bilbrey, then America Elizabeth, then Dora, then Susie, then Thelma, then Anna, then me.
Do you have any info on Candis' first husband Henry Harris? Everyone has hit a dead end on him.

Added by Carolyn B on Sep 09, 2012 12:42 PM

John E.and Stella Mckenzie
Hi Crystal, Jacks parents grave numbers are John E. Mckenzie #68724105 and Stella Gresham Mckenzie # is 68723808 if you would like to add to Jacks Memorial. Jerry

Added by Jerry on Aug 31, 2012 11:08 AM

Julie Nicholson-Turbide
RE: McManigle

Yours is such a unique name, it's easy to remember. I came across a Carrie & Charles McManigle in Warren, PA. Thought you might want to know, if it might be a relative.
Find A Grave Memorial# 94707783
Take care!

Added by Julie Nicholson-Turbide on Aug 02, 2012 12:32 PM

Dena Pilkey
You are welcome. sorry I couldn't help

Added by Dena Pilkey on Jul 04, 2012 1:06 PM

Diane Gravlee
RE: Jacob Klock
The name sounded familiar, but just couldn't place when I had worked with it since it was so long ago. Thanks for the reminder! If you agree there is no marker, would suggest you remove your photo request and put a note on his memorial to that effect, so others will know.

Added by Diane Gravlee on Jul 02, 2012 10:33 AM

Diane Gravlee
RE: Jacob Klock
Did you send this thank you to the right person. I have not looked for graves for several months due to shoulder surgery.

Added by Diane Gravlee on Jul 02, 2012 10:04 AM

Charles Champion
Clarsie Mae Brown Bilbrey
After reading your account of Clarsie I made a note to visit her grave if I was ever close to Pine Ridge. On the 29th of May I lit out to Pine Ridge armed with tools to clean the grave if necessary, it turns out that the cemetery is well cared for by a local youth group.

I had a little talk with Clarsie about how lucky she was to have such a loving GG Granddaughter and hoped I would as lucky as she.

After reading your story I had a tear in my eye and as I placed fresh flowers on Clarsie's grave, and said goodby, that darn tear appeared again.

Added by Charles Champion on Jun 01, 2012 2:06 PM


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