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Fanniesyouraunt (#47100844)
 member for 7 years, 6 months, 5 days
Jerry Coffman
Robert C Coffman
Patty, thank you so very much for the picture it is greatly appreciated.

Added by Jerry Coffman on Mar 16, 2012 4:17 PM

Athens City Cemetery
Hi Patty,

Thank you so much for the kindness in taking the photo of my cousin Herbert C. GORDON. I truly appreciate it.

Dianne, San Diego Co, CA volunteer

Added by Dianne on Mar 16, 2012 4:02 PM

Naomi Snider (Yocom) McFadden
RE: cemeteries
Those in that area are my husbands family. But we have family all over.

Added by Naomi Snider (Yocom) McFa... on Feb 05, 2012 10:55 PM

Carole Curry
Got it transferred for you. No problem! Let me know if I can help with any others.

Added by Carole Curry on Feb 03, 2012 12:38 PM

Melissa OBrian
Alexander Ewing photo
Thanks so much Patty. I really enjoy the photos with our Find A Grave entries. They add so much to our researching of family members. This line comes into the family through my maternal great grand aunt. Her new spouse originally came from Greene, PA area, to Brimfield, Peoria, IL., where they got hitched, & on to IA with his spouse & her sister's new hubby. It is so neat Find A Grave can help us family historians, & that you are a part of this wonderful experience. Thank you so very much.


Added by Melissa OBrian on Jan 28, 2012 11:50 AM

Soozie Evans
Patty~ I am researching my family,which is Vogan. Jonathan Harlan is the Father to my Mary Harlan who married William Vogan. Mary Harlan had a second husband named William Dean. I was in Harlansburg Pa, not too long ago and was trying to find their grave in the Unity Baptist Cemetery with no success. I am having the Lawrence county Historical Society help me..They said that there are old graves in the Zion Baptist Cemetery in Butler county, which is just south of Unity Baptist off route 19. I actually enjoyed searching in the cemeteries. Must get back to Newcastle area again. If you have any information on Jonathan Harlan or Mary Harlan would be most helpful

Thank you

Added by Soozie Evans on Sep 20, 2011 12:39 PM

Carole Curry
I believe your Van Pickens will not have a stone. I have photographed that entire cemetery. I still have a few sections to get posted, but I went thru all the pictures and I do not have a Van Pickens. In that section with the other Pickens, there is only one unknown and I don't think it would be him, best I can tell. I am having someone check the burial records for me, to see what is says about a stone and location of his burial. If I have overlooked it, and there is a stone, I will surely get you a picture of it.

Added by Carole Curry on Nov 01, 2010 6:30 PM

Mandy G.
RE: Eliza Rambaut
You're welcome! I had thought Eliza had no headstone because it wasn't on a survey done in 1992 - but somehow they had just overlooked it. Glad to finally find it!

Added by Mandy G. on Aug 30, 2009 1:51 PM

Rick Kauffman
RE: James Pickens
You are welcome. It was a beautiful, sunny afternoon and I enjoyed the walk in the sunshine!

Added by Rick Kauffman on Apr 29, 2009 7:39 PM

Rick Kauffman
RE: James Pickens
As you will see, I found James' mother. She is in the middle of Section 20 and he is at the edge of Section 19. They are about 200 yards apart. Her stone is hard to see, if you don't know where to look. Plus, the cemetery has her located in the wrong lot. Her stone is a small one and there is a big family marker right is front of it. So you either have to stand on her grave and read it upside down (the stone is at her feet), or stand in front of the family marker and look down behind it. I actually happened to find it accidently, just looking around. I had a worker from the cemetery helping me, but we were looking in the lot where the office said she is buried. That space is vacant, so I assumed that the grave was unmarked. Then I just happened across her marker. Anyway, glad I could be of help.

Added by Rick Kauffman on Apr 28, 2009 6:49 PM

Rick Kauffman
RE: James Pickens
First, you are welcome for the picture. Second, it is kind of near the mausoleum, but not really. The grave is several sections down from the main mausoleum. There is a small, personal family mausoleum next to Mr. Pickens, but it is not the main cemetery mausoleum. And, it is kind of near his mother, but not really. Mr. Pickens is in Section 19, Lot 37, Space 2. Mrs. Pickens is in Section 20, Lot 307, Space 1. The sections are right next to each other, but I don't yet know how close together they are. There are no "marked" Pickens' near Mr. Pickens, because I looked. However, I will be b ack at the cemetery today and will try again to find mrs. Pickens - if it is marked.

Added by Rick Kauffman on Apr 28, 2009 10:03 AM

Debbie Oney
Hi Patty,
The flowers were very pretty. It was a nice sight to see.
I'm happy to have been able to take the photo for you.

Added by Debbie Oney on Apr 12, 2009 2:11 PM

Graceland cemetery
There are two Graceland cemeteries currently listed in Greenville County. In 1928 the only one that existed was Graceland West on White Horse Road. It's a fairly large cemetery.

I know the historical society has issued several volumes that contain burial information. If I were you, I would go ahead and add a memorial for your grandmother. It may just be that no one has come across her marker while walking the cemetery.

Added by Donna on Mar 03, 2009 3:42 PM


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