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Robert F. Rubel (#47205413)
 member for 4 years, 11 months, 16 days
Devas daughter
RE: Thomas Willingham
It was my pleasure to take the photo and my joy to share it. Wish I could fill more of your request but I don't see any others near me.

Added by Devas daughter on Mar 09, 2013 5:54 PM

RE: Ruble
I transferred Celia Ruble Willingham's memorial to you.


Added by Michelle on Jan 23, 2013 3:04 PM

Betty Gower
RE: James Harvey Ruble, Sr.
You're quite welcome. Sharing information is what it's all about.

Added by Betty Gower on Jan 14, 2013 8:09 PM

Mary Ann Baggett Ferguson
RE: Leander Humphries
You are very welcome. Just do the transfer request for any of that family and I will gladly transfer to you. Glad to help anytime.

Added by Mary Ann Baggett Ferguso... on Jan 11, 2013 5:20 PM

Ann Hinds
RE: Percy Theodore Crosby
It was my pleasure. I enjoyed my trip to the Cemetery as a visitor and not as part of a funeral. So much nicer.

Added by Ann Hinds on Jan 02, 2013 5:00 PM

Mark Hall
RE: Hezekiah Lyon
Hezekiah Lyon

Born: August 27, 1778
Died October 28, 1869

Added by Mark Hall on Dec 24, 2012 4:39 PM

Rita Collvins Mayfield
John Fieldon Roy
Hi Robert,
I do realize that the stone says Fielden, and that may be correct, however all the family information available spells it Fieldon. This includes the information from his granddaughter. Are you a family member with information on his name, or did you just notice the difference of the stone and how his memorial is posted? It would be nice to meet a new "cousin".

John married my grandfather's sister, my grand aunt Lillian.

Merry Christmas,

Added by Rita Collvins Mayfield on Dec 22, 2012 7:49 AM

Ken Record
TJ foreman
I am posting the pic of TJ forman's marker. His wife, Alice, is buried next to him so I am posting that picture as well
Ken Record

Added by Ken Record on Dec 17, 2012 7:06 PM

Alabama Poes
Solomon Poe
Thanks for the heads-up about his year of death. I have made the correction!

Added by Alabama Poes on Dec 16, 2012 2:37 PM

RE: Amos Rubel
You are very welcome. Sorry there was not a marker. I've been told that 1/2 of the graves in Crown Hill are unmarked.


Added by NLColes on Dec 15, 2012 11:24 AM

Shelly Rhodes
Thomas Howard memorial

I claimed the Thomas Howard memorial to photo. Today's my day off but it's drizzling and cool. I'm going to try to find it but I may have to go back out there the first of next week, my next day off. Just letting you know.

Added by Shelly Rhodes on Dec 14, 2012 1:18 PM

Shelly Rhodes
James Higgins at Caddo

This is my husband's 3rd great grandfather. Would you know how to go about getting a headstone that reflects his veteran status? I already have a photo of his grave right now, I didn't realize I never have added it. Any suggestions would be great. Thanks.

Added by Shelly Rhodes on Dec 06, 2012 7:10 PM

Mary Ann Baggett Ferguson
RE: I.. T. Henderson Memorial
You are welcome. Glad to help you.

Added by Mary Ann Baggett Ferguso... on Dec 03, 2012 4:53 PM

Stephen McBride
RE: Stephen Parker Doss, Jr.
You are welcome. Steve

Added by Stephen McBride on Nov 27, 2012 6:17 PM

Mary Ann Baggett Ferguson
G.P. Allen
I am not related to G.P. but I will be glad to put the info you found on him on his memorial. Do you think Grippie or Agrippie is the nickname? I kept getting photo request for Pinetucky cem. and it is a good ways from where we live and nobody seemed to claim them so we spent 3-4 wkends going and taking the complete cem. grave photos. Yes, too many of the verterans are unrecognized or honored and many do not have the military markers for it either. I have found that to be true in many of my relatives.

Added by Mary Ann Baggett Ferguso... on Nov 27, 2012 2:50 PM

Mary Ann Baggett Ferguson
Susan & David Smith @ Four Mile
I transfered Susan & David to you. I have no connection to them and the only memorials I care about keeping are my family. Just let me know of any others you want. Glad to help you.

Added by Mary Ann Baggett Ferguso... on Nov 26, 2012 2:47 PM

Darlene Lamb
RE: Lawrence Rubel
You are welcome. I am glad that I could do this for you.


Added by Darlene Lamb on Nov 13, 2012 8:31 AM

Darlene Lamb
Lawrence B Rubel
I am new to Find A Grave and I'm not sure if I added the photos in the correct manner so that you would know that your request has been fulfilled. Best Regards, Darlene

Added by Darlene Lamb on Nov 12, 2012 11:32 AM

RE: Lipscomb and Hannum Photo requests
You are welcome!

Added by Oliver on Nov 07, 2012 3:11 PM

RE: Ferington Crow
Actually, they told me there are 70,000 interments in Oakland. I saw the book myself, no Ferington Crow. I'm sorry

Added by Danny on Oct 22, 2012 9:34 PM

Shelly Rhodes
RE: Horatio Bruce

Your welcome. I was wondering if you noticed that I added a few extra photos for Horatio Bruce's relatives. I'm glad you are satisfied with the pictures. Sorry the CSA stone is a bit crooked. I had to do them by phone bc my good camera is giving me issues. Patsy, Horatio's wife, didn't have a memorial so I added it. I have a few extra pictures to add once I can get them off my camera. I'm glad I could do them for you.

Added by Shelly Rhodes on Oct 19, 2012 9:27 PM

C Wilson
RE: Andrew Petitfils ~ Pierce
True ...

Last year (in the fall) the rancher owning the adjoining land turned his cows into the cemetery. They helped with the high grass; but they also tend to knock over more stones. So ... it's a mixed blessing.

I left your requests ... without adding a negative comment ... same as all the others that are unfulfilled at Pierce, just in case someone else, who might want to take a shot at it, would not be discouraged. In the winter, after a hard frost or perhaps the cattle have grazed down the grass, it might be worthwhile to look again.

Added by C Wilson on Oct 12, 2012 11:32 AM

C Wilson
RE: Andrew Petitfils ~ Pierce
I followed up this week with a trip to Pierce. It was as I remembered it from previous visits. Waist high grass and, in places, thick undergrowth. Many broken and tipped over monuments, about 50% face down & too heavy to flip over. The monuments for Petitfils (and Roe) are there, if one is to believe the transcription inventory from 1989; but, under thse adverse conditions, I couldn't find them. Sorry ...

Added by C Wilson on Oct 12, 2012 8:42 AM

James & Cheryl Graham
RE: George Washington Bishop
You are welcome, glad to help.

Added by James & Cheryl Graham on Oct 09, 2012 7:02 PM

C Wilson
Andrew Petitfils ~ Lake Creek
I've done a little research on the photo requests at Lake Creek ... an exercise which I usually conduct in preparation to venture forth & photograph monuments; and I'm confident that this Andrew Petitfils IS NOT at rest at Lake Creek, in spite of the fact that his death certificate cites that as the location where his mortal remains were to be interred.

On the other hand, there is a 'Mr Pititfils', dod 1931, 89 y 1 m 7 d of age, in the published (1989) catalog of transcriptions from Pierce Cemetery ... as well as 'Mrs Sallie Pititfils', dod 1933, 81 y. I believe these may be the grsvesites for which you are searching.

I've been to Pierce (several times). It is abandoned, un-maintained and in generally poor condition. Many of the stones are broken &/r toppled over. Now that the summer heat has moderated some, I'll try to get up there, sometime soon, and check it out. Are you a relative?

Added by C Wilson on Oct 06, 2012 10:58 AM


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