|Gina Neece||Elizabeth Mills|
Thank you so much for the headstone picture.
Added by Gina Neece on Feb 25, 2014 6:11 PM
|Robert Hague||Sarah Scott|
Thank you for the nice shot of the grave marker of Sarah Scott. You better stay inside and take care of yourself. Going out in 30 degree weather with the flu is taking chances that nobody would expect you to do.
Added by Robert Hague on Jan 17, 2014 9:34 PM
|Harvey Bell||Rachel Crawford|
Jimbo! A man after my own heart! I too prefer to find the old stones and recover what was thought to be lost. Good work! Thank you so much for finding her. I will notify another lady who supplied me much of the info on the family. Glad you have a friend who shares your interests. Harvey
Added by Harvey Bell on Jan 16, 2014 8:15 PM
|Robert Hague||Old Fayetteville City Cemetery|
I see that you have done some work in the Old Fayetteville City Cemetery. My great-great-grandfather, James Hague, is buried in this cemetery. I live in Texas and have only visited the cemetery once about 20 years ago. I have submitted a request for a photo of the grave marker of Sarah Emily Smith Scott #45083812. There are currently 9 request for photos in this cemetery going back to Jul 2011. It seems no one is currently taking an interest in this cemetery. I would really appreciate it if you could swing by the cemetery and take some photos of this grave. I was sent a copy of the grave marker that a family member pulled off the internet, but I do not want to post it without permission of the person who took the photo. If you could take one photo far enough back to see the entire marker and then a close up photo so that the inscription can be read, I would really appreciate it.
This is one beautiful old cemetery. If I lived closer, I would take this one on as a project.
Thank you for the work you do for Find A Grave. I hope you can make it out to he cemetery to take some photos of this grave.
Added by Robert Hague on Jan 11, 2014 1:23 PM
|Nora||RE: Brown's Temple|
Sad to hear of your experience with that ant bite. prayerfully all will go well in your recovery.
I did take a look at Antioch and am now in the process of placing memorials on the graves there, as I did in all the ones in Browns.
You are truly a blessing to F.A.G.
You could be right about the reason for the confusion about those entries on the death certificates as Lebanon being the burial place.
Take care of yourself and Happy New YEAR to you and the Mrs.
Added by Nora on Jan 09, 2014 8:18 AM
Again I thank you for all your work you've done in Browns Temple.
Last we talked you told me some of the post I'd done for Lebanon were not located there. I tried to work with family to get that cleared up, to little avail, as the older family member were adamant about that being the correct burial place. Any names I see you have posted in Brown I'll certainly remove from Lebanon. Since most of the people died so long long ago, I'm wondering if there could have been another cemetery with the Lebanon name in the early part of the 20th century.
Again WONDERFUL job!
Added by Nora on Jan 08, 2014 7:16 PM
|Sidney Allen||Ancestry & FindAGrave|
Here's a good article on the Ancestry purchase of FindAGrave;
If you look at the Ancestry list of genealogy sites they now control
you'll notice that they handle different sites differently. I suspect that FindAGrave will probably be kept free and separate although the look of it may be modified a bit; sure hope so, anyway.
Added by Sidney Allen on Oct 05, 2013 1:27 PM
|Sidney Allen||FindAGrave acquired by Ancestry|
Thought you'd like to know
Added by Sidney Allen on Oct 03, 2013 7:54 AM
|William A. English||Talley Cemetery|
Jimbo - Thank you so very much for your time and effort in getting the seven Talley and Dixon photos for me. And the hunt for Mary Talley Neill grave as well. I really do appreciate both the photos and infromation about Mary. I have taken down the request for her marker.
Added by William A. English on Sep 19, 2013 6:53 AM
|Candyce Hardin Williams Glaser||RE: Davis Cemetery Corrections|
Thank you for contacting me about individuals that I have listed as being in the Davis cemetery who are actually buried at "Davis at Frankewing" Cemetery. Unfortunately, I do not know which individuals need to be transferred. If you have that information would you please share it with me>
Thank you for your time,
Added by Candyce Hardin Williams ... on Sep 15, 2013 4:26 PM
|Linda Tapley||RE: Malassie M Warden|
My Fathers DOB:03/27/1914
DOD:05/1968 NO DATE OF MONTH
FRANKLIN EWING WARDEN DOD02/02/19
LIZZIE BROWN WARDEN MAY BE MY GRANDMOTHER,NO DATES
AUNT: CHARLIE VIOLA WARDEN BUNTLEY DOB:05/07/1889
The only dates I have. I do have a marriage for my Father to Ethel Hudson on Dec.22,1930
Other information is possible my sibling Thomas Ray Warden 1933-2002.
Possible sibling Wilma Warden DOB1927.
Franklin Ewing had 4 sons Homer,Roy,Will,George that I can find.
Daughters: Charlie Viola, Mrs. Floyd McGee. Mrs. Boone Steelman.Not sure of spelling.
Linda Warden Tapley
Added by Linda Tapley on Aug 21, 2013 8:46 AM
|Linda Tapley||Malassie M Warden|
I am trying to find any information on George Thomas Warden.He is my Father.I assume Malassie was his Grand Mother or Aunt.I recently found that his Father could be Franklin Ewing Warden from Lincoln Tn.If you know of these people please inform me as I have been searching for my Father,any siblings I have or any family for over 40yrs.I am an only child.Thank you so much.
Linda Warden Tapley
Added by Linda Tapley on Aug 20, 2013 5:16 PM
|Nora||RE: Bonners at Lebanon|
After checking with many family members, I am convinced the Bonners I posted in Lebanon cemetery were buried there. They died so very long ago there grave sites may have long since disappeared as have so many that was buried that long ago. If for some reason their graves were moved later to another cemetery, no one in the family is aware of that. Not sure if at one time Lebanon was a segregated place. I don't know, but unless there is another Lebanon in the area where they are, I'm told by family not to move the posts. Thanks for calling that to my attention.
Added by Nora on Jun 29, 2013 7:48 AM
|Sonja Bedwell||John Bedwell|
Added by Sonja Bedwell on Jun 05, 2013 2:57 PM
|The Mikado, et al.||RE: Re Burial of Oliver Smith Children|
Cool, but the hubby and wife are for sure. I've got her obit and she's my great-great-granduncle's daughter. We drove by the house where they died.
It's been remodeled a bit, though.
I haven't done a lot on their children yet, but I did do a few checks on obits and if and when I can get to that, maybe tonight?, I'll let you know.
Added by The Mikado, et al. on Jun 03, 2013 6:36 PM
|grave digger||William McMullin|
Thanks again for all hard work. Margaret
Added by grave digger on Jun 01, 2013 5:17 PM
|Nora||RE: Bonners at Lebanon|
I asked when I found the death certificate if Lebanon is where the burial site is and was told it is but because some of the grave were so long ago some of the head stone were broken and no longer exist and some of the ones that are there were replaced years after the originals were broken or faded.
Glad to see Browns Temple and the names you added. Lots of ancestors. I have several death certificates for Browns and will add some later.. I never noticed Browns Temple on Find A Grave before. Was it recently added by you? Did you see Bonners in Browns? Thanks for contacting me. I'll make some calls to verify if those people started out in Lebanon and were maybe later moved if that be the case.
Sent you another email and some how sent it to the wrong Find A Grave member.
Added by Nora on May 26, 2013 9:05 PM
Thank you for trying to get a headstone picture for the above. My husband, Larry Groce Warden is from Fayetteville, but we live in Marianna, FL and I am doing a family tree for him.
Again, Thank you.
Added by lmblaj1234 on May 22, 2013 2:20 PM
|Mary V.||RE: Gunter Photos|
Yes, about the Gunter Cemetery. I haven't posted the pictures yet, but I have them. I have been in touch with Gordon, and he does have folks from Lincoln County. Thanks again, Mary
Added by Mary V. on May 15, 2013 12:32 PM
|Mary V.||RE: Re Mary Smith Davis 2nd msg|
Thanks, Jimbo, that clears it up. I don't know where I got that wrong info. Thanks ~~ Mary
Added by Mary V. on May 15, 2013 12:30 PM
|Mary V.||RE: Re Mary Smith Davis|
Thanks, Jimbo! It seems that I am related to a lot of the folks in Lincoln County and am trying to sort them all out. ~~ Mary V.
Added by Mary V. on May 13, 2013 6:41 PM
|Teresa Watson||Whitakers in Mulberry, TN|
John J. Whitaker (1759-1837) is my 4th great grandfather, buried at Mulberry Cemetery. Can you tell me more about the cemetery listed as "elder John Whitaker?" It appears to include my ancestor Joseph's brother and family.
Added by Teresa Watson on May 13, 2013 6:31 AM
|Debbie Crowder||James Crawford|
Thanks for the suggestion. I have added the links for James' parents.
Added by Debbie Crowder on Apr 30, 2013 11:14 PM
|The Mikado, et al.||Ashby-Warden Cemetery|
The abrupt, cantankerous way the property owner has acted in the past, combined with hia wife's fearfully asking Hayden and myself, on another occasion, not to go because it was hunting season and/or her hubby wasn't around (something that absurd) leads me to believe THEY know where it WAS. Which is to say, someone's moved the stones or plowed things under.
I've been to cemeteries in the immediate area (there's one or two up on a hill nearby where George Milstead Dallas Creson is buried), but have not found this one.
Hayden's got pictures of the stones and the cemetery, as you know, was documented, so I strongly suspect Grouchy Dude knows more than he's saying and the news won't be good.
BUT...good luck. I'd love to see the stones once, and not in his garden. ha
So, in conclusion, I hope my suspicions are wrong.
Added by The Mikado, et al. on Apr 30, 2013 1:55 PM
Thank you so much for photographing the Whitaker grave markers. The older Mark Whitaker is my 4th great grandfather. With your photo, I see proof of his service in the Revolutionary War. Find A Grave photographers are the best!
Added by Rajordan on Apr 27, 2013 1:38 PM