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Brandon Flowers (#47126826)
 member for 5 years, 4 months, 10 days
Stuart Way
RE: L Brothers photo request
You are very welcome Brandon,it was my pleasure to help,hope you have a great holiday season, Stuart

Added by Stuart Way on Dec 18, 2013 6:27 AM

Mike Bell
RE: William David Wannamaker
i looked up the two listings, but i did not do either of them

Added by Mike Bell on Aug 24, 2013 6:41 AM

Robert Worsham
RE: Nancy cordelia clifton Worsham
the lowes would be cousins thanks

Added by Robert Worsham on Aug 21, 2013 7:36 PM

Robert Worsham
Nancy cordelia clifton Worsham
Brandon, where did you find the picture of my grandmother,I have searched and could not find any known pictures, I only have two the one with her and Joseph sitting beside each other. thank you Robert Worsham

Added by Robert Worsham on Aug 21, 2013 6:44 PM

Jean Wells
RE: John & Abigail McCracken
Brandon, after I posted that photo I noticed the dates are not as they should be for John and Abigail. I need to go back to Old Liberty with my cemetery kit, and look at that stone again.
dates on one I have for Abigail are same as should be for John. J.W.McCracken are later dates, maybe a child.(only John and Abigail listed in cemetery book.

Added by Jean Wells on May 22, 2013 9:07 PM

Autistic Wonderboy
Taylor Family at WLHC/Plot Location River 124
I don't know if you're interested in any of the other Taylor family members interred with Robert Taylor, but they are:

Lydia Sharpless (wife of Edward Winslow, Apr. 8, 1858-Oct. 15, 1914)
Edward Winslow Taylor, Jr. (July 3, 1896-July 1, 1967)
Franklin Taylor (Dec. 16, 1822-Sept. 10, 1910)
Emily Winslow, wife of Franklin (July 5, 1822-Mar. 9, 1904)
Robert PA Taylor (1895-1988)
Vera Jackson Taylor (1902-1991)
Frederick W. Taylor (March 20, 1856-March 21, 1915)
Louise M. Spooner (Frederick's wife, Aug. 18, c1857-Oct. 31, 1948)
Mary Edey Taylor (Sept. 19, 1898-Aug. 3, 1926)
Edward Winslow Taylor, III (Dec. 24, 1921-Apr. 29, 1989)
Salve M. Taylor (Feb. 18, 1907-April 27, 1984)

Hope this helps.

Added by Autistic Wonderboy on May 12, 2013 10:50 AM

suzannah albritton
re: Marjorie Hutto
I will find this grave site at Wildwood cemetery for you. New at this and don't know how to claim like the instructions said. Maybe because I am on my phone. I will try to upload it this weekend.

Added by suzannah albritton on Nov 16, 2012 4:35 PM

Christa Holland Isom
John & Sarah Pafford

I'm going to remove that photo of our Paffords because I've discovered something very unusual. In looking at everybody who is buried in Flatwoods, there are seriously TWO John Paffords, one a grandfather and one a grandson, and BOTH of them married women named Sarah Patience Melton. The pic I have is of the grandchildren. The grandson we have a picture of is a son of William Pafford, who was a son of the Rev. John Pafford.


Added by Christa Holland Isom on Nov 03, 2012 11:24 AM

Christa Holland Isom
James Marion Pafford

I have down that he married Martha Pearl Melton in 1935 I believe and that before that, he was indeed married to Sarah/Dora Ellis. She's on census records with James until 1930. So, she must have died bet. 1930-1935 and then he remarried to Martha. I can't find her death certificate or their marriage record, but I can find her on previous census records as "Ellis" and she was b. in Georgia.


Added by Christa Holland Isom on Oct 30, 2012 10:19 AM

Christa Holland Isom
RE: Photos of Pafford family headstones
It's up, Brandon. I wish it were a little clearer, but it's much better than nothing.


Added by Christa Holland Isom on Oct 22, 2012 1:01 PM

Christa Holland Isom
RE: Photos of Pafford family headstones
Hey Brandon,

I live in Arizona but was just back in Camden last week. While at the library there I actually found a picture of John and Sarah (Melton) Pafford. Must have been from around 1880 I'd imagine. I'll get it posted to their memorial tonight so you can save a copy for your records.


Added by Christa Holland Isom on Oct 18, 2012 6:12 PM

Christa Holland Isom
RE: Photos of Pafford family headstones
You are more than welcome, cousin. Do you by any chance go through John Pafford and Sarah Melton Pafford?

Added by Christa Holland Isom on Oct 18, 2012 5:20 PM

Gordon Edwards
RE: Photo of Ignatious Nathan Gann
You are welcome. The caption I included with the photo explains how the marker came to be, and how it was moved to its present location. Unfortunately, there are no other markers to denote the exact burial location. The marker is technically in the New Salem Baptist cemetery and the Gann cemetery has been lost to time.

Added by Gordon Edwards on Aug 21, 2012 3:16 PM

J. B. Revell
RE: Samuel Taylor grave marker
Yes, it is me! I could not even see Major Taylor's original marker underneath the stuff grown up around the base of the tree. I also took some other Taylor photos in the Episcopal Church cemetery I'd like to share with you. I am going to try the last email address I had for you, a little later today. Thanks for remembering me!

Added by J. B. Revell on Jul 17, 2012 6:48 AM

RE: Brandon L. Flowers memorial
The next time I go to Oakwood I will look for his grave and if there is a stone I will certainly photograph and upload it for you.

Added by LC on Jun 02, 2012 10:51 AM

RE: Brandon L. Flowers memorial
You're welcome. If you'd like me to transfer management of your father's memorial to you, I'd be happy to do so - just say the word. Take care.

Added by LC on Jun 02, 2012 9:12 AM

Wayne Anderson
Sarah Jane Penn and Francis Brothers
My wife and I went searching for the Brothers Cemetery with no luck. The area indicated by the map on Find a Grave is a denseley wooded hill side which resembles a jungle. We looked in the nearby Fosterville Cemetery and found many Brothers internments and we drove down Brothers road looking on the west side of Fosterville with no luck. If your request is still active in the fall, fewer snakes, ticks, and chiggers, we will try again.


Added by Wayne Anderson on Apr 27, 2012 2:37 PM

Gethsemane Baptist photos
Hello! I went by to take the photos you had requested and I've posted them to the files.

There were about a dozen more people with the same surname in the surrounding plots. I photographed those also and have added them to the cemetery listing. I hope the additional ones may prove helpful to you.

Added by Gollirowe on Apr 05, 2012 6:23 PM

RE: Gertrude Oglesby
No problem at all, I just hope the shadows on the stones didn't make it hard to see the writing on them. The angle of the sun at this time of year made it harder to catch a pic without shadows. I will most likely go back since I have ancestors there too, and I would be happy to take more pictures at a better time of day or season if needed. Thanks, Kim

Added by Kim on Nov 08, 2011 8:44 PM

sheila speed
RE: Photo request fullfilled
so glad I could help,it was a little adventure to go on,nice to know when you help someone.It is like a mile from where I live so it was not a problem.Have a great evening.Thank you for messaging me that you got it.

Added by sheila speed on Sep 20, 2011 3:08 PM

Janice Casselman Chancey
RE: Clem Agnew
I met with the Cemetary Supervisor this morning. The records do show he is buried there and we went to the location which is Tier 27. But the grave is unmarked. I am so very sorry. If I can help you with anything else please let me know.

Added by Janice Casselman Chancey on Aug 31, 2011 9:00 AM

Janice Casselman Chancey
Clem Agnew
I have walked the whole cemetary last weekend and couldnt find the grave. I have a meeting with the Caretaker tomorrow 8/31. I will message you again after that meeting.

Added by Janice Casselman Chancey on Aug 30, 2011 10:50 AM

Gypsy Soul
RE: Joseph Taylor
Hi Brandon,

You're welcome. Let me know if you have any other requests in Anderson.

Added by Gypsy Soul on Jul 14, 2011 4:06 PM

Dr. Charles R. Campbell
your request
Brandon, I only live a couple of miles from the cemetery, however, I broke my ankle this week and am out of commission for a while. If someone does not claim the request in the meantime I will go there as soon as I am able and take pics.

Added by Dr. Charles R. Campbell on Jun 07, 2011 9:41 AM

Tim Naab
Linel Caldwell (1900-1966)
I just realized that I had a Pic of his son's tombstone. I will get his on my next visit..


Added by Tim Naab on Apr 11, 2011 5:00 PM


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