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Barbara Barnett (#47171954)
 member for 6 years, 10 months, 4 days
Annette Stone-Kerr
Jared Groce Memorial-Waller Cty Texas
Barbara, I believe the picture of marker you have attached to Jared Groce in Hempstead Cemty Waller County Texas, is attached incorrectly. The memorial dates for this site is Jared Groce born 1837, the marker indicates this person came to Texas in 1822, before this person was born. The picture I believe is actually for the site of Jared Groce born in 1782, which is actually the grandfather of who you attached it to. The memorial of Groce born in 1782, has the same picture of marker on his memorial, only different view. There probably is a marker for Groce born 1837 but this one appears to be for another Groce. Thank you for your help. Annette Stone-Kerr, fag48477351.

Added by Annette Stone-Kerr on Feb 07, 2015 8:25 PM

Daniela Krejsova
Barnett from Bohemia
Dear Barbara,
Im looking for part of my family Barnet/ Barnett. Father Frantisek Barnet b. 4.12.1832, d. 24.06.1899, his wife Frantiska Barnet/ova b. 1.5.1837 as Makalous/ ova, d. 8.1.1901 and their childern Josef b. 30.10.1857, Anna b. 19.9.1860 and Frantisek b. 2.5.1863. They moved from Kunvald in Bohemia to USA in 1866.
So I would like to ask you if we are related? :-)
Best regards from Prague, Daniela

Added by Daniela Krejsova on Sep 07, 2013 8:21 AM

Thanks so much for this most excellent pic. I do appreciate it. :)

Added by DMLeForce on Jan 19, 2013 3:25 PM

Walter Mohr (Friedens Church)
Thank you for the headstone photo. This confirms the burial location.


Added by truchasnm on Dec 07, 2012 7:51 PM

Don Stolz
Thanks for the photo!

Added by AmyTX on Dec 07, 2012 6:12 PM

Mohr photos (Frieden)
Thank you for the photos. This compliments the memorial for their son, whose memorial I manage.


Added by truchasnm on Nov 08, 2012 10:13 PM

Jim Ottmer
Alma Ottmer
Thank you for taking the photo of the headstone for Alma and her husband Herman. I appreciate your taking the time to fulfill our request.
Jim Ottmer

Added by Jim Ottmer on Nov 03, 2012 6:19 PM

Sidney Schuhmann Levesque
RE: Louise Pieper
Thank you for your willingness! Much appreciated.

Added by Sidney Schuhmann Levesque on Sep 02, 2012 9:38 PM

Sidney Schuhmann Levesque
RE: Louise Pieper
Isn't that neat? I'm glad you are enjoying living out there. Pretty part of Texas. So thankful you are willing to take cemetery pictures. I used to take road trips regularly everywhere but can't right now. Not because I'm too frail 35 years old) but because I have a 2-year-old! Need someone to pass all this family history to! I do have other relatives in Phillipsburg Cemetery...

Added by Sidney Schuhmann Levesque on Sep 02, 2012 9:08 PM

Sidney Schuhmann Levesque
Louise Pieper
Thanks for the pictures, Barbara! They are perfect!

Added by Sidney Schuhmann Levesque on Sep 02, 2012 7:00 PM

Friedens Church
Thanks for the photos!

Added by AmyTX on Aug 31, 2012 1:26 AM

Kerry John Odom
Jack C Boyett
Ms Barbara Barnett,
Thank you very much for the service you provide of find markers of our gone but not forgotten loved ones. Again, thank you very much.
Kerry John Odom 46989587

Added by Kerry John Odom on Aug 30, 2012 10:03 AM

Shyla Milligan
Thank You
Hi my name is Shyla and I just wanted to thank you for taking the time out of your day to go take a photo of my nieces Makayla Hartman's grave for we are all in Houston and dont get out much to go visit. I was able to see it had not been taken care of the way it once was so we went over this weekend to visit her and saw why. Her grand mother that lived in Brenham that did the up keep on it was buried right next to her. So again thank you so much!

Added by Shyla Milligan on Aug 21, 2012 11:14 AM

Angela Jones Harlan
Feming Fowler Adrian
I have more information on Fleming Fowler Adrian

I have the McDonald connection and am trying to verify Mary McDonald's parents. You can contact me at

Added by Angela Jones Harlan on Jun 24, 2012 5:03 PM

joshua parker
Thank you very much for going out and taking this picture and putting it on findagrave. I have never seen his marker and it is quite impressive. Thank you again.

Cheryl Wilcox

Added by Cheryl on May 03, 2012 4:42 PM

Tx Karen
Wilhelminia Kaufhold tombstone picture
Thank you very much for taking the picture of the tombstone. You made my day!! Yeah!

Added by Tx Karen on Mar 04, 2012 9:27 AM

Claudius Buster Jr.
The photo you have on his memorial is incorrect - it is for Capt. Claudius Buster, #50444832, a different gentleman in the same cemetery. The dates on the stone are 1816-1889, which correspond to this other gentleman. (His memorial currently has an incorrect birth date of 1840s, which I have already sent a correction to the memorial owner about.)

Added by AmyTX on Feb 06, 2011 10:36 AM

Lynda Lehmann-French
RE: Miller, Lott, Wyatt, Lynch, Nally
Barbara, thank you so much for trying. The last drawing I have was done in 1997 of the actual area where the headstones and pieces of headstones were of the LOTT, WYATT graves I am looking for. I have not been there personally, but they said when you come in the gate of the cemetery (that cemetery has no fence or block sections - just graves scattered around) that to the extreme right after gate entrance there is a dirt path that you could not drive your car far due to trees and overgrowth and that these graves going down that path are way back in the woods (extreme right on that path from the gate). That you pass some type of memorial or headstone/tomb with trees growing all over it right by this path you are following before you get to this section. It's a dirt road/path (goes rt/west after you enter the cemetery gate off the hwy) and follow further than a car could drive all the way back into the woods (extreme right section of the cemetery area). Not much description but that is all that I have other than they drew out the area where this portion is and in the NE corner of the area they have drawn and labeled "Cedar Tree" so there must have been one there in 1997 that was a significant size to have put that on the drawing. They also said the area was covered all around with mequite trees (I imagine that could descibe most of the cemetery - haha).

It is very very sad the condition of such a historical cemetery. I do not understand why the Texas Historical Society has not given some quidance to get the old Washington Cemetery cleaned up to where you can at least find your ancesters. We strongly believe some of our MILLER line (orig Rep of Texas settlers - ANDREW MILLER line) are most likely buried here too, but in 1997 they did not find it.

I could email you the drawing if that would be any help if/when you should find it. I did not see your email on your profile and cannot upload it to a public message. But, if you want to email me, my email is:

I thank you so much for making an effort recently to find it. That dirt road to right may even be totally covered up completely since my description and map drawin of the area they are buried is from 1997 and done by Pamela Puryear (a cuz) before she died.

Added by Lynda Lehmann-French on May 21, 2010 9:34 PM

Bruce McLeod
Thomas Moore
I have great news ! I found some info today on Thomas, I some pics and info I want to show you. Please give me your email address or if you prefer call me @ 941-448-5376. Please tell me more about Thomas, did he have a family, Why did he die so young ?


Added by Bruce McLeod on Apr 14, 2010 1:44 PM

Bruce McLeod
Thomas Moore
Would you like me to delete the photo of the graves. Those graves are unmarked, but no proof of Thomas Moore. I was simply trying to show what the cemetrey looked like.

Added by Bruce McLeod on Apr 13, 2010 6:00 PM

Bruce McLeod
RE: Thomas Moore
I'm sorry to mislead you with the photo of the graves. Please don't delete the photo request because there is always a chance. I had been told there is another Adams cemetery here AKA Fogartyville Cemetery and there is also another very old cemetery, but does not seem to be open to the public. At Adams Cemetery, if you want to take a step back in time, this is the place to do it. There is a few graves that have very old metal fence with gates around them and there are a few old graves that have new headstones, so there is always a chance for you. Old graves with new headstones is a good sign. I will continue to look for you. I'll try public records for you and maybe I'll get lucky.

Added by Bruce McLeod on Apr 13, 2010 5:44 PM

Bruce McLeod
Thomas Moore
I went to Adams Cemetery today, but I'm sorry to say the cemetery is poorly maintained. There is a lot of unmarked and destroyed graves in this cemetery. I truly tried looking for Thomas Moore. I have some pics of this cemetery for you if you would like me to email them to you, I won't post them on this website because there are pretty bad, you may not want see them either if so please let me know. I do apologize.

Added by Bruce McLeod on Apr 13, 2010 1:59 PM

RE: Foehner Photos
Thank you, I can see the photo now. That would be great if you could get photos of the other Foehners the next time you are there. I have no knowledge if Bernhard had siblings so that could be very useful information. However, I do know that Bernhard and Mary's children are buried there also; Elfrieda Foehner Roensch # 33380937, Lenora Foehner # 33380678, Leon Foehner # 33380679, and Isador Foehner # 33380677.

Added by Eric on Mar 26, 2010 1:02 PM

RE: Foehner Photos
Thank you so much for finding and taking these photos for me, they are really great. Also, thank you for taking a photo of Mary's grave, she was indeed my great great grandmother. Where can I view the picture of her grave? I checked on her page and didn't see the picture there. Thank you again.

Added by Eric on Mar 25, 2010 10:54 PM

RE: Fergeson photo
Thanks so much!

Added by AmyTX on Mar 25, 2010 8:15 PM


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