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Annette Bradford (#47187281)
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Ricky Wooden
Minnie Wooden
Thankyyou for answering my photo request for Minnie Wooden it is greatly appreciated Ricky

Added by Ricky Wooden on Sep 29, 2014 1:56 PM

ScudderSander
RE: Lorene Cornelison
I see that... thank you so much for that! I'm hoping to someday make a trip to Scottsboro get some additional photos of headstones of my relatives. I really appreciate this!

Added by ScudderSander on Sep 29, 2014 12:00 PM

Ricky Wooden
Charlie Wooden
Thank you so very much for answering my photo request for Charlie Wooden I appreciate it very much. Ricky Wooden

Added by Ricky Wooden on Sep 29, 2014 11:49 AM

ScudderSander
Lorene Cornelison
Thanks, Annette, for taking the photo of my great Aunt Lorene's headstone! I really appreciate it! Margie

Added by ScudderSander on Sep 28, 2014 6:43 PM

sticksandstones
Donnie M Freeman at Dix
Annette,

Just curious, have you found many name conflicts between the markers placed in the 1990s at Dix and the patients death certificates?

I just wonder where they got Willie from, unless it was because the ink was so badly faded and it was a case of simply misreading the name.

sticksandstones

Added by sticksandstones on Sep 27, 2014 1:33 AM

Cynthia
Thank you!
Thank you for looking through your pictures for Martha Campbell's headstone at the Old Baptist Cemetery.

Added by Cynthia on Aug 25, 2014 4:59 PM

snofaerie
Pearl Bradford
hello!

And it sounds like fine... I had meant to include Permelia Lee Baker's birth and death death but I have a bad habit of thinking faster than I type! Unfortunately my laptop had a huge hiccup today and we are in the midst of doing a reprogram once done(it is) and everything is back in place I shall send those dates on to you to include if you like... that will take a bit of time.. Also I got your previous email as well regarding Margaret Bradford and had been doing some checking and shall send what I have a bit later... I have lost about a 1/3 of photos/documents through owner error during this issue with my laptop!!! yes that's me... but nothing that I was researching on the Bradfords, it is the Bakers I that am descending from but I try and do a whole family, spouses and so on to complete the picture.
Thanks for including my info on Pearl or Annie.

with kind regards,

Sharron

Added by snofaerie on Aug 12, 2014 6:44 PM

FHTerry
Info for Clendenon and Patterson families
Thank you for sending the info for the Clendenon and Patterson families buried in Decatur City Cemetery. I am always glad to add info to the memorials and you have done a great job of filling in the blanks for these families.
Thanks, Faye Terry

Added by FHTerry on Jul 08, 2014 9:46 PM

KAREN WIEDEMANN
Thomas Jefferson and Louise Dilbeck
Annette,
Thank you so much for taking the time to take these pictures.

Karen

Added by KAREN WIEDEMANN on Jun 24, 2014 10:28 PM

gerry bolding
hess allen
Found Hess on Ancestry. Born around 1917. Died 1995 in Cincinnati Ohio. He is listed in Ala. convict record. He was convicted on Mar. 27, 1939. In the 1940 census he is listed as living with his father (Charles) and mother (Jennie). Their neighbors are Elick Bradford, Dick, Jerlean and Mary Nelle. This indicates that Alex (Elick)was still alive in 1940.

Added by gerry bolding on Jun 23, 2014 12:59 PM

gerry bolding
Old Baptist Cemetery Bradfords
Annette,
I spoke with you a couple of years ago about Birdie Bradford's family. I am her granddaughter, Gerry Bolding. I am trying to contact her other grandchildren:
Diane Bradford (Bruce's daughter)
Mike, Debbie and Sissy (Dick's children)
If you know of anyone who might know how I can locate them, please let me know.
I am sure the females are married and I don't know their last names.
Any help you can offer will be greatly appreciated.
gerrybolding@comcast.net

Added by gerry bolding on Jun 12, 2014 5:32 PM

G.C.S.
RE: DORA LATHAM
AMAZING!YOU ARE DOING SOMETHING GREAT FOR THE CEMETERY!

Added by G.C.S. on Apr 21, 2014 5:36 PM

G.C.S.
DORA LATHAM
THANK YOU FOR ADDING DORA'S HEADSTONE TO OLD BAPTIST.I HAD BEEN LOOKING FOR 2 YEARS AND COULD NOT FIND IT OR HER LITTLE GRANDDAUGHTER PEGGY.THANK YOU AGAIN AND GOD BLESS.

Added by G.C.S. on Apr 21, 2014 8:48 AM

Suzannah McCuen
Broughton Hospital cemetery
Hi. Just a note to correct some information posted in one of the messages below. The graves at Broughton are marked with flat aluminum and brass markers placed years ago by a Boy Scout working on his Eagle project. Prior to that they were all marked by brass tags suspended on a chain that ran the length of each row. All of the graves at Broughton are identified and each person buried there has been researched as far as possible using Ancestry.com databases. All of the graves at Broughton have been photographed and photos of the markers posted on Find A Grave. Now I am working to do the same sort of research for those buried at Cherry Hospital which appears to have the largest cemetery (actually three burial areas) but the lowest percentage marked. I look forward to seeing the end result of the research you and others are doing on those buried at Dix. It is fascinating work. The responses I have received from family members (with a single exception) have been warm and appreciative.
Suzannah

Added by Suzannah McCuen on Mar 31, 2014 8:15 PM

sticksandstones
Dix Cemetery
Looks like others have been busy recently with photos as well. Thanks for adding the wall photo. You might add a small blurb to your photo to explain how the stones got there, and that they are no longer right over the grave any longer. I wonder how many they had, and where they are today.

Added by sticksandstones on Mar 31, 2014 5:11 AM

sticksandstones
Dix Residents
Thanks Annette for the bios written up on some of Dix's deceased residents. I appreciate the time taken to put those together, and leaves them not quite so forgotten. Perhaps our work will help unite them with disconnected family.

sns

Added by sticksandstones on Mar 17, 2014 10:32 AM

Leslie_G
Coffey
Thanks for the photo - that's a tricky one! LG

Added by Leslie_G on Jan 19, 2014 5:11 PM

Rosemary Os
RE: Frances Catherine Washington Arendale
Annette, I hate one finger ipad typing too!
Thanks so much for the phone call. I look forward to seeing the family photos and to having lunch here in New Bern when you get the time. Looking forward to meeting you. Thanks a bunch!!! Rosemary

Added by Rosemary Os on Jun 12, 2013 7:30 PM

Rosemary Os
Frances Catherine Washington Arendale
Dear Annette,

Hi. I was surprised and delighted to find the photographs in the Washington Family Cemetery.
Matthew and Catherine were my grand father's great-grandparents. I do not see my grandfather's grandmother listed as being a child in your Find-a-Grave Record. Frances Catherine Washington was married to Richard Arendale, Capt. CSA (married 11-5-65) and is buried in Rocky Springs Cemetery in Bridgeport. This genealogical information has been passed down for many generations. I remember hearing about "Aunt Mazie Washington" ever since I was a little girl.

Where did you get those pictures?

I live in New Bern North Carolina. My grand father was Claude Rudder from Bridgeport. My mother's family are Hollands from Scottsboro. I have lots and lots of first cousins in Scottsboro.

Do you know anything about Frances Catherine?
Thanks so much, Rosemary Rudder Osterhus

Added by Rosemary Os on Jun 12, 2013 6:00 PM

sticksandstones
RE: Dix Hospital Cemetery
I'd love to have any and all information you have for these 'forgotten' souls. I've been to Dix a number of times myself. I'm glad the project to add markers in the early 90s was done. At the companion hospital at the other end of the state, Broughton, has a little cemetery up on the hill behind the maintenance building. The only markers for the graves are concrete posts with chains draped through them, with a small numbered tag to identify the deceased. From what I hear, Dix had the same thing. Any way we can return some dignity to these families is well worth the effort.

Added by sticksandstones on Mar 10, 2013 11:21 PM

Gail Amos
Learn
I just thought it would be helpful if some of us that take pictures in the Wake County area met at a resturaunt or coffee shop some time to visit and learn from each other.

Just interesting to meet folks with the same interest as mine.

Just a thought?

Gail

Added by Gail Amos on Jan 05, 2013 2:56 PM

Gail Amos
Raleigh area
We must live in the same area. I would love to learn more about how to research some families in the area.

Gail A. Woolard
jdwrrssr@bellsouth.net

Added by Gail Amos on Jan 01, 2013 5:14 PM

Larry Vaughan
Matthew Sorrell
Thank you for the photo, I appreciate your help.

Added by Larry Vaughan on Oct 29, 2012 6:50 AM

Larry Vaughan
G Sorrell
Thanks you for the photo, I appreciate your help.

Added by Larry Vaughan on Oct 29, 2012 6:49 AM

Find AL Graves 2
Matilda Fennell
Sorry for the 1st message sent in error. I've got to remember to not touch the "enter" key...it sends a message before you are ready. A few months ago, you sent me a message stating that you added a photo for Matilda Fennell, # 63346758. It is a beautiful photograph! My husband and I went to the cemetery this week and added a headstone photo for her. Just wondering, if you are researching her family, are you aware of the Fennell family history in Guntersville?

Added by Find AL Graves 2 on Aug 03, 2012 8:10 AM

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