|gingels||Wiggo Anderson (sen)|
There is confusion as to the spelling son-sen.We added a photo that appears to be his first wife Grace (sen) and infant. Next to them is Frances (sen) who must be his 2nd wife and next to her their child Dorothy (sen).I will gladly send the photo's to you so you can make the correct family links.
Added by gingels on Jul 09, 2011 1:20 PM
|Bud||Dr James Bynum Bell, MD|
Happy Fourth to you and all yours.
I just came across a list of early graves in this cemetery giving Section, Row number and Grave and thought that it might help you get the photo as I see that is a problem. Regards, Bud.
Section 2, row 2 grave 93
Added by Bud on Jul 04, 2011 7:14 AM
I found a couple more Enzor stones in the same area as Ephraim's stone, one is for Mercy Wife of Ephraim and another Ephraim with a death of Oct 26, 1864. If you want these let me know and I can send them.
Added by Chuck Johnson on Jun 03, 2011 10:09 AM
I have just added a photo for Nathan Small to fulfill your request. I am assuming this is the right one, although the birthdate is different and the name is Nathan instead of Nathaniel. Let me know if I have the wrong one.
Added by Wayne on May 08, 2011 4:46 PM
|Linda||Anna Morgan Bowles|
I posted the photo of her memorial and thought you would want to know that there was a Hallie Bowles (1891 - 1982) buried next to her.
Added by Linda on Mar 23, 2011 9:56 PM
|dirk bailey||Ashmore at Rose Hill - Corpus Christi|
also took pic of Martha Ashmore, I'm guessing wife of LJ Ashmore? If you're related, and would like to add the memorial, I'll post the pic.
Martha Ashmore b Nov 28 1877 d May 17, 1965
Added by dirk bailey on Nov 09, 2010 2:13 PM
|John S. Sims||10-1-10|
You are welcome for the photo. I also just added a memorial at Chatt. Natl. for an S.B. Wait in Section S, #13277...perhaps he is in your husband's extended family. All I know is that he was in the Spanish American War from Mississippi.
Added by John S. Sims on Oct 01, 2010 3:30 PM
|Jean Pinick||RE: Urquhart headstone|
I was in Pleasant Hill cemetery in Pott Co, the cemetery near Louisville, Ks. and found a couple more Urquhart people for you. not sure if they were related but since you requested one from the Laclede cem figurered this wasn't that far and could be related. Anyway check them out. Jean
Added by Jean Pinick on Sep 22, 2010 10:46 AM
|Sharon Kadlick||RE: Smith family headstone photos|
I took pictures of the other Smiths and Nixon's that were in the same plot as your Smiths, while I was there. I noticed more Nixon's in a plot behind the one your request was in. I would have taken those also, but I went in the middle of the day and I was starting to fry in the heat!!
I will go back if you would like to get the others that are there.
Are your Smiths & Nixons related to the Coweta County Smiths & Nixons? I just found the Smith Family Cemetery in Sharpsburg, today! I plan to go back and get pictures later today or tomorrow. I am also in contact with the Nixon family members in Senoia/Harrelson area. Let me know if I can help with anything else!
Added by Sharon Kadlick on Aug 25, 2010 12:23 PM
|Jean Pinick||RE: Townsend headstones|
I took pictures of all the Townsends I could find. Missed the one that says GW Townsend. These were all on one stone and I suppose I could have missed one. It was a white stone and sometimes they are hard to read. Marshall had a seond stone by himself right next to the bigger stone. All I could find in the cemetery. Jean
Added by Jean Pinick on Aug 24, 2010 12:36 PM
|Scott A. Steinbrink||RE: Cawthon, Waits, Smith & Duncan headstones|
Missing: Sarah and her 2nd husband (Waits) I got all.
Missing: Lewis Cawthon, their infant son. He is in their plot. Got them.
Added by Scott A. Steinbrink on Aug 13, 2010 5:12 PM
|Wayne Scherer||RE: John Howdeshell Tombstone|
I had just about given up on finding the grave when I noticed some that were lying on the ground half covered with dirt. I moved the dirt and found the name. I hope you can see part of the name from the photo.
Added by Wayne Scherer on Jul 13, 2010 1:10 PM
|Cheryl Stewart||RE: Capron tombstones photos|
funniest part of that cemetery trip is i almost didnt find them. I searched two areas which were seperated by rails then before leaving said oh heck one more quick run thru this is when i noticed a stone in the woods next to the cemetery when i approched it i noticed the woods were full of stones and this is where i found them. alot of the stones are burried under brush but this fall i plan on going back to see what others i can find. hope i can find the rest of them
Added by Cheryl Stewart on Aug 31, 2009 6:48 PM