You have a request for John and Josie Yount. I searched the cemetery today and could not find them. I did find John Frank 1900-1967 and Lizzie 1906-1974. Could this be the mother and father? Do you want to make the memorial and me add the photo or do you want me to go ahead and make it. Debbie
Sorry I could not find John and Josie.
Added by Debbie on Jan 06, 2012 7:50 PM
|Red||Trimble's at Memorial Park|
Thank you for the compliment on my bio. I spent six years as a flight medic and am proud to have served.
Plenty of kissing cousins in my family tree also. Red
Added by Red on Jan 03, 2012 7:28 AM
|Ed Whitehead||Arlis Jones-Oakdale|
While there I saw the following in the Jones family plot:Thomas Allen plus two infant daughter markers 1935 and 1944. If you would like these also just make a request.
Oakdale is very convenient for me to reach and now that I know where to go it will be very easy to do.
Mount Airy, NC
Added by Ed Whitehead on Dec 31, 2011 10:07 AM
|Missouri Dogwood||RE: George Martin|
It's the Kirk Chapel Cemetery with his sister there that makes me think he is the grandson of John and Nancy Martin. John is also buried there and the census show they had a son named George. I am writing about the Missouri descends of Gen. Joseph Martin and Gen. Levi Casey. They were Lt. Col's in the Revolutionary War If I come across more infor I'll let you know.
Added by Missouri Dogwood on Dec 23, 2011 10:24 PM
|Missouri Dogwood||George Martin|
I have been doing research on the Martin side of my family and came across your link. Is George Martin part of your family? I believe he may be the son of John J. Martin and Nancy Ann Smallwood. Grandson of Capt. Lewis Grave Martin and Great-Grandson of Gen. Joseph Martin. I would appreciate any infor. Thank you Priscilla Brown
Added by Missouri Dogwood on Dec 23, 2011 8:02 PM
|Lindan S Caldwell||Blue|
Let me know if you want more memorials trans to you,I don't do much with most of them ex get them posted. Riverside Cem and Wild Cherry needs to be trans on Find A Grave if you are interested,list on Fulton Co cem site. Shann
Added by Lindan S Caldwell on Sep 12, 2011 1:09 PM
|Michael Moore||John Hays 1st spouse|
I've corresponded with you before. We have common ancestors. I've been researching my brickwalls trying to find John Hays 1st wife. I found two marriage records on ancestry. I found marriage records for John Hays marrying Sarah Howell in South Carolina in 1818. Also found marriage records in Charleston, South Carolina for John Hays marrying Martha McCreight. I also see a lot of family trees listing Sarah Miles as the spouse. Has anyone has found any solid information on his first wife?
Mike Moore (#47316168)
Added by Michael Moore on May 13, 2011 8:36 PM
Pearl's great-grandfather Jeremiah Featherston owned land in Southport, Marion County, IN, and in his Last Will and Testament, he left a small cemetery. Jeremiah was the founder of the Southport Baptist Church in 1832 and for the first 4 years was their preacher/minister. Anyway, I found an entry a member of that church had done in 2007 saying the cemetery is still there, some of the graves had been vandalized, but there was still a headstone for a Sarah Featherston there. The cemetery is being kept up and mowed, and is located near the 7500 Block of McFarland Lane in Southport, and I think this is the property of a church (Church of Christ?). Pearl's grandmother Sarah Jane Featherston is buried in Crown Hill Cemetery in Southport, along with many other Featherston's. Did Pearl ever talk about what happened to her grandfather Benjamin, and where did her father and their siblings go immediately after their mother died in 1861? In 1860 they were living with Sarah and her 2nd husband Henry Osterbrink.
Added by Methuria on May 07, 2011 6:17 AM
|Cheryl A. Daubs||More Baskin stones|
I had found two Baskin stones that were not on the request list, but I photographed them anyway and have loaded them on FindAGrave. They were Cecile Morris Baskin (1882-1952) and Louman Henderson Baskin (1876-1943).
I think they are most probably part of your family because they were in the same section of the cemetery and the family stone was there.
Anyway...hope you can use the information.
Added by Cheryl A. Daubs on Mar 20, 2011 5:28 PM
|Jim Bledsoe||Ewing Marvin Hall|
My name is James Ewing Bledsoe and Ewing was my Grandfather. I never had the pleasure of knowing him as I was born in 1954. Ewing and Myrtle had a total of 18 children. You had 15 so I will tell you that the last 3 were Bonnie Jean, Della Ruth (my Mother) and George Edward.
I have a family tree made by Ewing Finis Hall stating that James Finis & Phoebe G. Trimbles daughter Matilda married Rev John E Hall. Thanks for the info you had.
Added by Jim Bledsoe on Mar 06, 2011 7:48 PM
|Leon Barton||Donald Barton|
We may be related but I haven't made the connection to Donald Barton. I entered the message you sent in the bio section. Someone must have sent me a obit earlier so I also left it in there. Is the Donald Silas Barton buried in the Haskell Cemetery his father? If so I could kink them together.
Added by Leon Barton on Feb 24, 2011 8:35 PM
|W. Loy Frisk Simmons||RE: Dunkin|
Glyn, you are more than welcome. When I took photo another Dunkin was by them. Took photo of Hershel Vernon Dunkin. His memorial was not on here, so I just added him, getting some of his history off of Ancestry.
Added by W. Loy Frisk Simmons on Jan 28, 2011 4:39 PM
|Mary Lou Hanson||Howard Avey|
Thank you so much for the newspaper articles. I have added them to my records.
Added by Mary Lou Hanson on Jan 28, 2011 10:13 AM
|Robert Mitchell||Re: Hays|
Glad to help Glyn was a nice day to get out and walk. I see you were born in Bristow my fathers farm is about 15 miles north or more of Bristow on the North side of Highway 33 & 48 Junction. Many fond memories of that area in Oklahoma.
Added by Robert Mitchell on Jan 05, 2011 11:13 PM
If you want me to add more information I am happy to do so.
Added by OkieBran on Oct 10, 2010 3:23 PM
|Ed Smith||Dekalb Trimble|
I have updated and transferred Dekalb to you. I notice that in adjoining graves are Owen DeKalb Trimble (his son..??) and Mildred B. Berry Trimble (Owens wife..??). If this matches your records and you would like to care for their memorials please let me know.
Added by Ed Smith on Oct 09, 2010 7:17 PM
|KC Bolton-Potter||William D Langston|
Thank you for the additional information of William D Langston. I have made the adjustments that you noted, added a headstone photo and transfered the memorial to you. I hope this is acceptable to you...?
Added by KC Bolton-Potter on Sep 27, 2010 12:00 AM
|Darlene Berchtold||Lannie Reeves|
Thank you so much for the info on Lannie Reeves and his mom and others. It is very much appreciated.
Added by Darlene Berchtold on Sep 22, 2010 7:47 PM
Thank you for the additional information for Mr. Scott. I hope you will be adding his parents soon so that I can link his memorial to them. Appreciate the help, Carla
Added by carla on Aug 25, 2010 6:44 PM
|Bob & Nancy Cannon||Trimble, Melrose|
This is the only information we have on this person.
TRIMBLE, MELROSE LEWIS
Date of Birth 3/7/1914
Place of Birth BOSWELL,IN.
Father TRIMBLE,WILLIAM M. d:lafayette
Mother WHITUS,RUSHIE age:65
Wedding Date 9/30/1939
Date of Death 3/25/1979
Added by Bob & Nancy Cannon on Aug 17, 2010 5:06 PM
|Christine Moyer||I'm so proud of you|
Two memorials! I am so proud of you. You are out of the starting gate and on your way. How exciting that your first two memorials belong to your grandparents. Regarding posting photos, anyone is allowed to post a photo to any memorial, no matter who created it initially. So, if you discover memorials created by other people and you want to add a photo, you just click on "add a photo" and add your photo. The screen will ask you if you want to add a grave, a family, or other. Or something like that. Sometime I add a death certificate and call it "other." Chris
Added by Christine Moyer on Jul 13, 2010 12:41 PM