|Charles E. Carroll||RE: Carrie Belle Brooks Wall|
I have researched the Brooks family for 30+ years. Among other items I am trying to find out what became of the two brothers. dixie24 at valornet.com.
Added by Charles E. Carroll on Feb 29, 2016 11:38 AM
|Charles E. Carroll||RE: Carrie Belle Brooks Wall|
Would you know anything about her two brothers William and Joseph? Perhaps they moved to OK?
Added by Charles E. Carroll on Feb 29, 2016 9:05 AM
|Charles E. Carroll||Carrie Belle Brooks Wall|
Do you have any idea on the name of the mother of Carrie Belle Brooks?
Added by Charles E. Carroll on Feb 24, 2016 6:53 PM
|C. McNeil||Voris Richart l# 43437814|
Voris was my great-aunt's husband. I have an original newspaper clipping of his obituary.
How would I let his family members know this, so I can offer it to someone in his direct line?
Added by C. McNeil on Feb 04, 2016 7:10 AM
|C. McNeil||Find A Grave Memorial# 63050116|
The Memorial is for Mata Krueger Richart (my great-aunt), but the photo is for Maria Richart.
Can this be corrected?
Added by C. McNeil on Feb 04, 2016 7:08 AM
Special information for Bogle/Inman/Richart gravestone at Oakwood Cemetery, Shellsburg, Iowa
Orson E Bogle was Martha (Mattie) Inman's first husband. William Richart was her second husband. (After Mattie's death William married Dora Maxon.) My guess is that Martha is buried between the two gentlemen. Not sure where Dora is buried.
These people are not my relatives, but are part of a family whose history I am investigating. I hope this is helpful to you. Maybe you could put a brief explanation in the memorial. Thank you.
Added by Anonymous on Feb 17, 2014 9:12 PM
Judging from my photos (I went in rows), there were Infant and Myrtle Williams (shared marker), Florence Rezzier, Claribell Robbins, then a wide gap to the next one, Doris Osborn Allen and then T.S. Osborn. You can see from the photos I sent you that Florence is centered in front of Matilda Robison, Christian Robison and Henry Robison, while Claribell rests directly in front of Henry Robison. I photographed all markers and stones but have not had opportunity to post them all. I will be working on it and post more this weekend.
Added by LB on Apr 18, 2013 9:10 AM
|Andrea Phillips||Dan Phillips|
Thank you so much. I just wanted to see them connected. I wish they offered more ways on Find a grave to connect children with other relatives. I can't complain tho, it's a great site doing great work. Thank you for the photo. God bless you and yours.
Added by Andrea Phillips on Mar 01, 2012 11:42 AM
|SHERYL MASON REYNOLDS||Obits to add.|
No Problem Larry...:}
Added by SHERYL MASON REYNOLDS on Oct 18, 2011 2:51 PM
|Fran Bundy||John Alverson|
Thanks you for his unit info... I'll add it to his memorial.
Added by Fran Bundy on Oct 15, 2011 6:40 AM
|Fran Bundy||John Landrum Alverson|
Larry... just found something in my paperwork.
I found John Landrum Alverson, Son of Elijah Alverson and Frances Ramsey Alverson as having died during The War Between the States at The Battle of Riddle's Shop in Virginia.
Do NOT know unit under which he served, but I'll see if I can find something, OK?
I did add him to Findagrave; Burial Unknown.
Fran Kennedy Bundy
Added by Fran Bundy on Sep 07, 2011 10:06 AM
Larry, Wish I did have photos and additional information on the Alversons who served in The War Between the States, but I sadly do not. The only one have know about is William Giles Alverson and very little a that. I believe he is in unmarked grave.( See Findagrave) His sister was my ancestor and William's niece, Gertrude Barnett, wrote my father that he "went to war in 1861, came home to Mt Tabor(Union Co, SC), and died. Private in War." Never married, born 1845 Union Co, SC, Died 1864. Wish I could be more helpful, Larry. Thank you. Fran
Added by Fran Bundy on Jul 11, 2011 10:33 AM
Feel free to contact me directly about the Baker-Williams connection: j.kay.baker199ATgmail.com.
Substitute the usual symbol for AT.
Added by jbancestors on May 24, 2011 1:28 PM
|Fran Bundy||Mary Jane Alverson Wall|
Enjoyed seeing the picture of Mary Jane. Her 1st cousin, Nathaniel Greenberry "Berry" Alverson, Sr. b. 1815 was my ancestor. I have his picture, too. Thank you.
Added by Fran Bundy on Feb 24, 2011 12:59 PM
Thank you for posting the wonderful picture of Sheriff Moseley! I'm happy to transfer his memorial to you. The people of Tulia and Swisher County will always remember the tragedy of his untimely death.
Added by Zoe on Nov 20, 2010 9:36 AM
Thank you for your effort in finding Roger D. Kimsey Horvath's grave site. I noticed in his obituary last evening that his body was cremated, and would be interned in the cemetery. I don't know if this conveys the idea he will have a gravesite, however. Nevertheless, thank you for your effort and notifying me.
Added by Satter3380 on May 27, 2010 9:48 AM
Thank you Larry for the great photos of the headstone for Polk and his wife Belle. Thanks to you I have pictures of many of the Vaughan's headstones to go in my book.
Added by M. Aguilera on May 15, 2010 8:56 AM
|YVONNE BILGIN||RE: Kirtland Cemetery|
THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP
Added by YVONNE BILGIN on May 10, 2010 5:07 AM
Thanks for the photo
Added by E Fox on May 09, 2010 5:01 PM
|YVONNE BILGIN||JOHN LOWELL TENNEY|
THANKS AGAIN LARRY, IF YOU ARE THERE AGAIN IN THAT CEMETRY, COULD YOU SEE IF SOME OF THIER CHILDREN ARE NEAR BY, I CANT FIND THEM ON Find A Grave, BUT I HAVE A OLIVE ELIZA TENNEY 12 OCT 1886 BORN AND DIED
MARY ANN TENNEY 31 MAY 1883- 5 FEB 1886
TANNER TENNEY 19 JULY 1892- 9 OCT 1884
TENNEY SON 1896-1896
JOHN LOWELL TENNEY 17 MARCH 1878 BORN AND DIED
IF YOU SSE THESE COULD TAKE A FOTO PLS, THESE ARE VERY VERY VERY LONG DISTANT FAMILY, IM FROM UK, SO ITS FANTASTIC THAT I CAN GET FOTOS FROM FAR AWAY.
Added by YVONNE BILGIN on May 09, 2010 12:27 AM
|YVONNE BILGIN||MARY ANN TENNEY|
THANKS FOR THE FOTO LARRY
Added by YVONNE BILGIN on May 09, 2010 12:19 AM
|Robert Mitchell||Thank You Larry|
for the Dallas headstone photos I really appreciate it.
Added by Robert Mitchell on May 03, 2010 7:58 PM
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||Bloomfield Cemetery, Hewitt stones|
Many thanks for the photos of the Hewitt stones in the Bloomfield Cemetery. I appreciate your help very much.
Added by Gerald "Jerry" Hobson on May 01, 2010 6:49 PM
|Sharla||Rufus Nathaniel Adair|
I appreciate you taking the time to get the photo for Rufus. Excellent picture and I thank you!!
God Bless You,
Added by Sharla on May 01, 2010 4:02 PM
|M. Aguilera||RE: Pierce Family|
Oh thank you so much. Yes, I would love to have the other photos. This is so much more then I had hoped for. Again, Thank you.
Added by M. Aguilera on Apr 26, 2010 6:54 PM