|Sharon Martinez||RE: Pricilliana Montoya|
Thank you so much for your efforts. I appreciate you giving your time. I did remove the photo request. Thanks again for your time and the additional information.
Added by Sharon Martinez on Mar 20, 2015 5:56 PM
|Christine Finland||RE: Fin Finland photo request|
Thanks for trying and I did remove it.
Added by Christine Finland on Apr 24, 2013 5:15 PM
|Nicole||RE: Kolke photo request|
Thank you Samanatha, and thank you to Dave for the photo. Looks like you both were at the cemetery only days apart.
Added by Nicole on Apr 24, 2013 5:13 AM
|Linda||RE: Francis Vallentine photo request|
Thank you for your time and effort in trying to locate Francis's marker. It is very much appreciated.
Added by Linda on Apr 23, 2013 3:16 PM
|Curtis Huffman||John Dillingham|
I photographed the memorial for John in Forest Hill Cemetery and next to his is a stone for Ida Dillingham. According to the link in his memorial and her death certificate she is buried in Mount Washington Cemetery. You may wish to check to see if she was re-interred to Forest Hill. I will also leave this message for the owner of the memorial.
Added by Curtis Huffman on Aug 03, 2012 1:12 PM
|Mary Louise Reynolds||RE: Philip P Hunt|
It's quite all right with me if you use the picture. I have a remote relationship to the family, but so remote that I'm not likely ever to put him on my Ancestry tree, and I would like someone to make use of my pictures.
Added by Mary Louise Reynolds on Dec 03, 2011 5:42 AM
|JudyS||RE: Rebecca Woody|
You're very welcome! Glad I could help! Did you see I posted a picture for Joseph Woody also? When I go back to that cemetery, I'll see if I'm able to fix it so you can read the dates better. Have a great day, Judy
Added by JudyS on Nov 06, 2011 4:01 PM
|rwheasler||RE: Dwiggins at Dover Cemetery|
You are so welcome and it was a pleasure to be able to help. As for using the pics on Ancestry, go right ahead. I am a big fan of Ancestry as well and have been working on my family tree for several years. I know how much it means to be able to add some photos to flesh out the story.
If there are any other graves you need pics for, just let me know.
Added by rwheasler on Oct 19, 2011 12:41 PM
|Crick||RE: Ezra Parmenter|
Your very welcome. Glad we could help.
Added by Crick on Aug 14, 2011 9:26 PM
|Brian Lilly||RE: Baldwin links|
My Great-Grandmother was Emily Baldwin, daughter of Caleb Baldwin and grandaughter of John Baldwin and Charlotte Payne. The John that is buried at Webster is not the same John that I'm descended from. I haven't yet found a connection between the my great-grandmother and the Webster Baldwins. I do have Baldwin relatives buried in the Nettle Creek Cemetery, however. Here's a link to my family tree on Ancestory.com if you would like to take a look.
Added by Brian Lilly on Aug 01, 2011 10:59 AM
|Sharron Stroud Brittain||RE: Re: Francis Tarpley|
You are very welcome. We were there this last March and I took the Tarpley's pics because we were trying to figure out if Alonzo was the one married to my Great Aunt Gladys Chelette. Have you heard that name?
Added by Sharron Stroud Brittain on Jul 17, 2011 10:49 AM
|Audrey Allison||RE: Susanna Garrett|
This section of the cemetery isn't that good. I have seen worse. The stone was upright at one time. Due to the weather and the people mowing is the likely the cause of the stone being on the ground. No one has ever picked the stone up and in time has sunk in the ground.
Added by Audrey Allison on May 14, 2011 6:52 AM
|Heather||RE: Susan Dillingham|
Added by Heather on Apr 05, 2011 6:18 PM
|Doc||My Great Grandmother|
My name is Joe Tarpley. I live near Jena,La. Francis Richardson Tarpley buried at Fishville was my Great Grandmother. Her son Jess Tarpley was my Grandfather and Jess's son Francis Paul Tarpley was my Father. He was named after her. Her husband Robert F. Tarpley lived in Nebo, La. In fact, their old house is still standing. I know that my ancestors came to La. from Alabama. I also know that they were members of the James colony in Williamsburg Va. as there is still a Tarpley Store there today. If you have any more info please leave me a message. Thank You So Much -- Joseph M. Tarpley MD
Added by Doc on Mar 24, 2011 11:36 AM
|Morgan Tarpley Smith||RE: Hi Samantha|
Bro. Huey is my fifth cousin. He lives in Pollock, La and his great grandfather was James Marcus Tarpley and his grandfather was Robert Francis. I'm not sure who his father was though. Hmmm…this genealogy stuff can be confusing, especially since tons of our ancestors were James Tarpley! :) ha. In the packet, I got from Bro. Huey about our family. It states that James Anderson Tarpley and Charlotte "Lottie" Dement were the parents of James Marcus Tarpley in Tuskegee. It says that James Anderson was born in 1798 in Charlotte County, Va. and died on Jan. 30, 1860. He and Charlotte were married on Dec. 7, 1821. He is buried in Pitts Cemetery in Rutherford County, Tennessee. The packet was obtained from a Tarpley in Florida back in 1978. I am in the process of checking out the packet names and dates to see if it is lining up with dates and locations, etc. I think it is. I've never heard of Jared Tarpley. So you're positive that James Marcus came from him?? Glad to have someone to discuss this with! Talk to you later!
Added by Morgan Tarpley Smith on Mar 05, 2011 10:15 AM
|Morgan Tarpley Smith||RE: Hi Samantha|
Really?! that's awesome. I descend from his son, William L. Ah, so you came from Robert Francis line like Bro. Huey Tarpley from Pollock, La. Do you have the family lineage charted back to emigrant James Tarpley in Virginia? I do and I could send it to you if you would like it. :) I got it from Bro. Huey two days ago.
Added by Morgan Tarpley Smith on Feb 18, 2011 9:35 AM
|Morgan Tarpley Smith||Hi Samantha|
Thanks so much for the photo of James Marcus Tarpley's grave in Tuskegee, Alabama. Are you related to him? He was my great-great-great grandfather. :)
Added by Morgan Tarpley Smith on Feb 17, 2011 3:09 PM
|Tommye Price||Thomas William Yule|
Hello, Samantha! You may want to add the inscription on his Military Marker: Co L 4 LA INF CSA. Happy hunting, Tommye
Added by Tommye Price on Jan 15, 2011 3:01 PM
|Searcher||RE: Walker headstone|
Samantha - I also spent some time at the Andrew County Historical Society. If you haven't been there, they have a wonderful exhibit of Andrew County history - it include a huge blow-up of the headstone with a short write up. I think the Walkers' were noted as being the original settlers in Andrew County. I worked with Jess, who is the new curator at the Society. If you need additional information about the Walkers I am sure she could help.
Added by Searcher on Oct 01, 2010 3:31 PM
|scott||Walkers at Spring Creek|
I was able to take photos of Andrew J. Walker and Fannie Walker's memorials today. On the backside of Fannie's memorial, there is writing about her and Andrew's son Monroe. If you know anything of him, put up a memorial, and I'll attach the photo for you. I looked for Elva Walker, but did not find her.
Added by scott on Aug 23, 2010 1:38 PM
|Grace Younglove Hudson||Otto Pierce|
I have added the new information. Thank you. If you wish for a transfer let me know. Thanks again.
Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Jul 16, 2010 8:26 AM
|Grace Younglove Hudson||RE: duplicate memorial|
If you wish I will turn the memorial over to you, since you do have some connection. Thank You.
Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Jul 14, 2010 8:40 PM
|CAUTION||RE: Tarpley pictures|
You are very welcome!
Added by CAUTION on Nov 04, 2009 1:01 PM
|Lulabell||RE: Frank Garrett Gavin|
You are very welcome, my pleasure. It was a very pretty little cemetery.
Added by Lulabell on May 19, 2009 10:55 AM
|Angels Chattering||RE: Hello Fellow Graver|
Hello again: The cemetery at Mission Heritage Park is The Oblates of Mary Immaculate (O.M.I.) Cemetery. It was used by St. Mary's Mission and Residential School, but not exclusively as for many years it was the only cemetery in the area.
I believe it is still in use. As for my postings to Hatzic Cemetery, with the exception of the two Eddy postings, the others were done shortly after the burial and there were no headstones yet. The Eddys I came across in my genealogical pursuits and posted them but after an afternoon of searching was unable to find any stones.
Certainly if you come across headstones for anybody I have posted, feel free to take a picture and post it. You can do this directly to findagrave without going through me (I think).
I am really close to Mussellwhite, where my husband is buried, and fairly close to Hazelwood.
Nice to hear from you!
Added by Angels Chattering on Apr 30, 2009 8:36 PM