I took a picture of Ava Herring's marker. I also took a picture of Edgar F. Herring's marker which was right next to it. Finis Herring's marker was in an entirely different part of the cemetery.
Added by Doc Ster on Dec 21, 2011 7:52 PM
|Judy K. Brantley/Wilson||Putnam request at Hollywood|
Hi, You will have to request a picture of the marker again. I added an obituary and the only place there is to put it on the page is under "Grave". This automatically cancels your request, so just place another one and when we find the grave marker, you will be notified.
Added by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Nov 29, 2011 6:22 PM
|B. Meales||Med Hughes|
Your welcome. On the www.sos.mo.gov/archives website (Missouri death index) there is a Medicus Inzer Hughes died 10-23-1943 in Stoddard County. His wife's name was Lela Bell, he was 40 years 7 months and 19 days years of age. Burned in a house fire and death certificate shows burial in Caruthersville Cemetery. I believe this is your Med Hughes.
Added by B. Meales on Nov 26, 2011 8:25 AM
|Amy Dunn||Minnie Putnam|
I put Minnie Putnam's photo on and her infant child. I also found another that could be her child born a year after her infant was. Not sure if you want that also.
Added by Amy Dunn on Nov 19, 2011 4:08 PM
|Julie Benton||RE: Thank you|
You are more than welcome!!
Added by Julie Benton on Nov 15, 2011 2:42 PM
Harvey A. Putman is really buried at Clay Cemetery, Jackson County.
There is a photo of his gravestone at that cemetery on findagrave.com
Added by grammy on Nov 12, 2011 11:56 AM
|Robert E. Lee||Wrong Date|
I guess you have never miss type anyting.
Added by Robert E. Lee on Nov 09, 2011 3:30 AM
|James Coston||Putman surname, Liberty Hill cem|
Sue, I have been out there numerous times over the years and have enter fotos of all the Putman's that I have located, Wesley is not amoung then and I gave it another shot today, no luck !!! James Coston
Added by James Coston on Jul 19, 2011 4:02 PM
|Tanya (SD)||Masonic Cemetary, Philip|
I was not able to find a stone for William. I did find two others, Altha, daughter of w.l. and c.e. garrett, 1892-1932, and Ellen, 1859-1919. I suspect William is buried in that vicinity but no stone. I am going to check with the caretaker and if I find out more info, I will pass it on. I will email you the photos, as I am not familiar with this site.
Added by Tanya (SD) on May 30, 2011 9:34 AM
|Marj Schierkolk||Eliza Powell, Clearmont, IA|
I went to this cemetary this weekend looking for Eliza's stone. I didn't find it. Do you have any information on what area? I will try to find out more but wanted to let you know that I am trying to find it.
Added by Marj Schierkolk on May 25, 2011 3:04 PM
|Shelley Bowen||Jenelea Quinn|
I searched for Jenelea Quinn in Cherryville City Cemetery, but I could not find her. I called the city, and they don't have a record of her which is not unusual. If someone else bought several plots, then she could be included in that. I would guess that something happened to her tombstone. Sorry.
Added by Shelley Bowen on Mar 02, 2011 12:21 PM
|Cathy Benavidez||Creel Tombstones|
I recently took photos in the Glen Fawn Cemetery in Texas and did not see the 2 Creel graves you were searching for. I did find an Ethel Creel Blanton 1893-1920 and posted the memorial.
Added by Cathy Benavidez on Sep 29, 2010 9:28 PM
|Doug Campbell||Abner Mitchell|
Dear Sue, I had the Pic that you requested and lost it during the download between my camera and PC. I will get back up into that area in the next couple of days shoot it again. Doug
Added by Doug Campbell on Sep 05, 2010 6:03 AM
|Gabriel Robbins||RE: Hi Gabriel|
Hi Sue, I'm sorry to respond so long after your original request--I've been out of the country for several months. I'm back in Nebraska and will be heading over to the Taylor area this weekend--are you still looking for Kenneth and Mary? If they died and were buried in Taylor, I'm assuming they'd be in the Taylor Cemetery. I'll be sure to try and stop and find them unless you already have them. I don't see a photo request for them on your page now that I thought to check that.
Let me know--thanks!
Added by Gabriel Robbins on Aug 31, 2010 2:03 PM
|Robert Heinsch||Moore Graves, Lena Cemetery, Leake County, MS|
Sue, I found the 4-graves that you requested, all in a row. In the middle of them was a headstone for Charles H. Moore. Since he already has a memorial page, I added his pictures there. I do have a photo of all 5-graves together in a row that I did not use in Find A Grave. If you would like that one, please send me an email and when I reply, I will attach that photograph. --Bob
Added by Robert Heinsch on Aug 03, 2010 1:14 PM
|James Coston||Tinnie Sykes & Audie Putman|
I have the fotos of the (2) tombstones, I will post them on Findagrave later today.
Thanks, James Coston
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Added by James Coston on Jul 05, 2010 10:51 AM
|James Coston||Tinnie Sykes & Audie putman|
I attempted to fulfill your findagrave request and went to the GPS on the cemetery listing. After stomping around in an overgrown, unkept site, I realized by the names and fotos on the markers that I was in a "black" cemetery. It was only when I got back home that I found that black cemetery on the interned with the same GPS coordinates. Just FYI so you will know the GPS is incorrect. James Coston
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Added by James Coston on Jul 04, 2010 5:48 PM
|James Coston||Putman's @ Liberty Hill in Texas|
Looks like the Putman's owned the Liberty Hill Cemetery. I just got back from taking some 25 different shots + some more for other folks so I have some cropping/resizing to do. I'll get then posted in a couple of days. James Coston
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Added by James Coston on Jun 29, 2010 6:14 PM
|Willodene Smith||RE: Dear Willodene|
You are more than welcome. You are a long way from here and can't visit as much as you would like to.
Added by Willodene Smith on Jun 28, 2010 1:06 AM
|Doug Franks||RE: Mr Doug Franks|
You say nice words about me my friend. And may I say that you are most welcome. It is people like you that make me want to go take pictures right now. I am 5 minutes away from Anderson. I am there quite a bit. Do not ever think you are imposing by having so many requests. Feel free to email me with any request you ever have. Of course you know this means we are now friends. I look forward to helping you anytime I can.
Added by Doug Franks on Jun 23, 2010 6:23 PM
|D. Noah||RE: Dear D Noah|
You're so very welcome. It was a pleasant evening, rolling through the cemetery taking a few pictures. Glad to hear it was a help. Feel free to contact me if I can do anything further.
Added by D. Noah on Jun 18, 2010 9:48 PM
|D. Noah||RE: Dear D Noah|
Hi Sue! I think your gg grandfather (William) is listed on find-a-grave here:
I photographed the stone, but it's in poor condition. There are several Putmans in this area of the cemetery. There is one row of 6-8 (can't remember) Putman stones but all are old and mostly illegible. I would be happy to e-mail you the extra Putmans I photographed who aren't listed on find-a-grave. There may be only one or two which are legible.
Bucklin's mayor has all cemetery records. You can call Bucklin City Hall at 660-695-3221 (8-12 central time), or if I knew how to send a private message I could give you the mayor's phone number.
Good luck with your search!
Added by D. Noah on Jun 18, 2010 9:40 PM
|Anne Hitchen||North Burial Family Plot|
If you contact me, I have a list from Oak Grove Cemetery of people buried in the Borden plot at North Burial in Fall River. Will be glad to send it you by e-mail.
Added by Anne Hitchen on Jun 17, 2010 3:17 PM
|Johnny Tidmore||RE: Hello Johnny Tidmore|
You're very welcome. Find A Grave has been SO helpful to me in my research and filled-in-the-blanks so many times. SO, my wife indulges me, and we've begun taking pictures of all the graves in the cemeteries around our little town. Using two cameras, we can do about 225 pictures in an hour. That's really the easy part, though. I edit every single picture and enter the names and dates; then I go back and upload the pics after they're all indexed.
We're having a good time doing it though. Glad you could read it--that's my goal.
Added by Johnny Tidmore on Jun 16, 2010 8:18 PM
Do you have the actual dates of birth and death for any of your McDowells in Liberty Hill? The lady in City Hall i Acworth who maintains infor on Liberty Hill was asking for in infor for historical keeping. I told her I would ask!!!!
Added by Debbie on Jun 13, 2010 5:36 PM