Feel free to use the photos. I just ask for simple credit as the source.
I still have the photos. Names I ran across in the plot were for George G. Vinson, Margie G. Vinson, Lewis Vinson, Jack Edward Vinson, Nancy Ann Brackett Vinson, and Robert Hasson Vinson. Judith Ann Johnson was buried nearby. Not sure if there were anymore Johnsons, or possibly related family with different last names in the area. With exception of George the grave markers were normal sized. George had a small marker placed above his mother Margie's grave marker.
There are other cemeteries in Lenoir City. I have run across several photo requests that were in the incorrect cemetery. A lot of confusion between Lenoir City Cemetery and Lakeview which is a few miles away.
Added by Brian on Jul 24, 2016 2:58 PM
|Brian||RE: George G Vinson Photo|
You're welcome for the pictures. Looks like there are 6 burials around the Vinson plot stone with 3 burials on each side. I think George was probably cremated and his remains were buried on top of his mother's grave since the area he was at appeared to have only 2 available spaces. I took photos of all the markers but discovered when I got home there were already photos posted for the other 5 on Find a Grave. However George's small grave marker was covered over and took a little searching to find it. I was kicking the ground with my shoe when it uncovered a tiny area of the marker, and had to remove grass and dirt to actually see it before I could take a picture.
Added by Brian on Jul 24, 2016 12:03 PM
|Debbie J||RE: Jess vinson|
I am not related. Looking at the information on ancestry.com. His social security card was issued while he was living in North Carolina. 1910 Census living with mother Nancy and siblings. 1920 Census living with mother Nancy and siblings. 1930 census married to Thelma. Tenn marriages states he married Thelma 16 Apr 1927 in Loundon Co, Tenn. 1940 Census married to Thelma in North Carolina. His WWII draft registration gives his wife's name as Thelma. WWII draft registration also gives the date on the tombstone as his birthdate and born in Loundon Co, Tenn. I do not know why he moved to Lewis Co, KY. Portsmouth is the hospital that they go to since there is not one in Lewis Co. I do not find any other Jesse Vinson on ancestry that was born that date in Tenn and moved to NC and married to Thelma. I entered his name on findagrave from cemetery listing.
Added by Debbie J on Jun 18, 2016 5:48 AM
|Debbie J||RE: Jess W vinson|
yes, they are his parents per census records on ancestry.com. Added parent links.
Ohio Death Index
Name: Jessie Vinson
Birth Date: 1906
Death Date: 27 Dec 1972
Hospital of Death: Southern Ohio Med Cen Mercy
Death Place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, USA
Age at Death: 66
Autopsy: No Autopsy performed
Marital Status: Divorced
Social Security Index
Name: Jessie Vinson
41189 Tollesboro, Lewis, Kentucky, USA
BORN: 8 Jun 1906
Died: Dec 1972
State (Year) SSN issued: North Carolina (Before 1951)
Added by Debbie J on Jun 17, 2016 10:20 PM
|Tommy Wood||RE: Mae Thomas|
Feel free to use the photos without attribution. I consider them public domain.
Added by Tommy Wood on Jun 16, 2016 8:58 PM
|Tommy Wood||RE: Mae L Thomas?|
I believe that I sampled a small number of markers in this section of Greenwood to see if memorials had already been created. I usually take photos of entire rows. But since I was sampling, I'm not sure. I looked at my photos and I can tell you that on one side was a marker for Howard B and Betty T Miller. On the other side was a marker for Loren L Sharp. About 5 markers away was one other Thomas: Margaret P Thomas (b 1918 d 2001).
I will revisit that section and see if I can find more Taylors in that section next time I go over to the cemetery if that would help you.
Added by Tommy Wood on Jun 16, 2016 4:31 PM
|TMJS||RE: E.S. Geagley|
Sorry it took so long to answer. Other people entered the children's names.
Added by TMJS on Jun 09, 2016 4:33 PM
|Mike O||RE: Holland/shaffer/Hitman in Morrris|
I just looked up Roy's obit and it states burial in Morris cemetery. Mike
Added by Mike O on Jun 07, 2016 2:00 PM
|Mike O||RE: Holland/shaffer/Hitman in Morrris|
Hello Erin. You can use my photos. As far as I know Boyers are in Morris. I an't seem to find the photos of the stones.
Added by Mike O on Jun 07, 2016 1:56 PM
|Edward Farmer||RE: Thomas Brackett|
Thomas's wife was my distant cousin. I am related to this line both by blood and marriage. I do have quite a bit of info on them on Ancestry.com.
If interested, I can send you an invitation to view my family tree. I would need to know what email address you want it sent to.
My email is EJF48@juno.com.
Added by Edward Farmer on May 11, 2016 3:00 AM
|Sue||RE: Delfina Daigle - 26920049?|
The only place the Calvary records are available are at the church cemetery office in Worcester, MA. However, I photocopied them and can send you a copy of the Hannigan page if you wish. Or I can send you a copy of all the records. I am now working on updating the church records and will (someday) type them all up. There are a lot of folks missing on the original church records. Many more listed on stones and in Athol Death Records than in the "official" church records.
If you give me an e-address, I'll be happy to send you the record or records.
Added by Sue on Jun 18, 2015 6:48 PM
|Sue||RE: Della Choquette - 127441155|
Nice hearing from you again. You are correct is assuming no readable stone found for any which do not have stone pics uploaded. Just transferred Della to you. Sue
Added by Sue on Jun 17, 2015 6:20 PM
|Deborah (Vetrone) Long||RE: Brusstars|
Transferred all 4 that I had!
Added by Deborah (Vetrone) Long on Jun 10, 2015 9:43 PM
|Deborah (Vetrone) Long||RE: Brusstar's in Mt Moriah|
Would you like to take care of these memorials? I am not related...
Added by Deborah (Vetrone) Long on Jun 10, 2015 5:42 PM
I used to work with a Geiger but we were not related.
Did you know that In German a Geiger is someone who plays die Violine? Ran into that tidbit the other day. Which makes my grandson ein Geiger!
Have you been to Elverson cemetery? Lovely small cemetery tucked into a spot downtown. If you haven't seen them, check out the photos in the cemetery's homepage.
Added by Sandi Gill on Jun 03, 2015 3:17 AM
|Karen Measel||RE: Elizabeth Griffiths - 106732304|
The information I have came from the book on the burials of the Odd Fellow (1.O.O.F)Cemetery
Added by Karen Measel on Jun 02, 2015 7:43 AM
|Neil D Scheidt||RE: Geigers|
Please feel free to use photos and I prefer to retain ownership of these memorials.
Added by Neil D Scheidt on May 29, 2015 3:32 PM
|Sandi Gill||RE: Geigers in Elverson|
Photos of the grave? You may use them however you wish.
Please request the transfers through the Make a Suggestion tab, then the numbers are already for me to complete the transfer.
Added by Sandi Gill on May 29, 2015 4:00 AM
|Jim Bancroft||RE: Neumayer|
Please feel free to use the photos in your tree. Good luck in your searches.
Added by Jim Bancroft on Apr 13, 2015 2:50 PM
|Jim Bancroft||RE: Neumayer markers|
There was a large monument with just the name "Neumayer," but it was entirely blocked by a large bush. I tried photographing the large monument but could only capture a bit of the "N" through the branches.
Cedar Hill Cemetery records are online (https://www.cemeteryfind.com/CedarHill.aspx) and only Richard and Dora are shown as being interred there.
Added by Jim Bancroft on Apr 12, 2015 9:27 PM
|Sue||RE: Bensemer markers|
You are welcome to use the photos. Sue
Added by Sue on Jan 29, 2015 7:31 AM
|Edward Farmer||RE: Picture on Thomas Brackett Memorial?|
The photo cam from a distant relative and can also be found on the 5th infantry's website:
I believe the others are Thomas's daughters.
I am related to the Bracketts a few different ways through various marriages, IE: Culvahouse, Johnson, Galyon, Bettis, etc.
My brother married a Brackett descendant who happens also to be our 3rd cousin through the Brackett/Culvahouse line.
Added by Edward Farmer on Aug 14, 2014 3:52 PM
|Ron Martin||RE: Alfred Levac|
I will be going back to St. Alphonsus in the next week or two to look again for Alfred Levack's marker. I know there is one there since I have seen it on a Web-Site for the Canadian Cemetery Project. As it turns out that whole cemetery was photgraphed by one of my wife's distant cousins for the project. There are also 2 others that I could not find originally. I am assuming I was given wrong info by the cemetery office but then again I might have screwed up.
Added by Ron Martin on Oct 21, 2013 2:23 PM
|Robert Adlet||RE: Photos - thank you!|
Yes they were in the same section, not to far away.
Added by Robert Adlet on May 19, 2013 10:27 PM
|rick pickwick||RE: Thank you for the pictures!|
my pics maybe used as long as credit is given and no profits are created. profits would go to a charity approved.
Added by rick pickwick on May 02, 2013 4:00 PM