|Karen Johnson Grady||The Sanders|
Hi Anna, I think I have the two Sanders' straight now. James Wilson and James Willis have similar birth dates. James Willis h/o Maggie and father of all those children has no memorial or death records. I sent new edits to link the remaining children to Maggie only. Thanks! Karen
Added by Karen Johnson Grady on May 01, 2016 6:40 AM
|Christopher||RE: Ebenezer Lutheran, Columbia, SC|
From 2006 - 2011 I lived in Columbia. I did indeed try to photograph each memorial there at the church. You're welcome to follow-up with any work that appeals to you. Best wishes...
Added by Christopher on Apr 29, 2016 7:14 AM
|kelli mayer||RE: Pierce Butler memorial|
You are very welcome
Added by kelli mayer on Apr 29, 2016 6:31 AM
|Labonte18||RE: W Templeton photo|
That person, based on the obituary, seems to be the same as http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=templeton&GSfn=J&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1910&GSdyrel=in&GSst=43&GScnty=2342&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=7489177&df=all&
The obituary with a byline of Jan 4, appearing in the paper on Jan 5, 1910, states that he was brought to Clinton to be buried "yesterday", which would be the 3rd.. Which would match with him passing away on the 1st. So, I think "W.O" and James O are the same person.
Looks like some work has been done righting tombstones at Rocky Springs as well since 2013, as the pictures from James O.'s page look like the tombstone was toppled then, it is standing now and appears to be in good condition. There is also a CSA cross there.
Added by Labonte18 on Apr 22, 2016 8:15 PM
|Green Jewell||#118678246 Mary Burnie Marshall|
So sorry, the previous message is not totally correct. Sheriff John W. Walker had two wives named "Mary". Mary Burnie was the daughter of his first wife. Her mother was Mary Gill MILLS Walker. So the info on the death certificate is partially correct...just the spelling of the last name as Waller...should be WalKer. I have corrected the edit I sent. Thanks!!!
Added by Green Jewell on Apr 20, 2016 2:14 PM
|Green Jewell||118678246 M Burnie Marshall|
I have submitted edits on her name and links to her parents. The info "re daughter of John Waller and Miss Mill" which appears on her death certificate is incorrect. Her parents were former Sheriff John W. Walker and Mary Gill. Her husband James Kinchen Marshall was a town marshal of Chester who was killed in the line of duty. Thanks!
Added by Green Jewell on Apr 20, 2016 2:02 PM
|Donald Raby||RE: Shy Walters|
relation is distant. My great great Grandfather Hiram King Walters married Margaret Yarnell. They had 8 sons in 1910 and 1920 census Knox Co TN.
They lived in North Dakota and 1920 listed 4 sons born there.
I am interested in contacting any of their kinfolk on Walters line. Oldest son Leonard reported his mothers death 1930. She is buried in Glenwood Bapt Ch CEM Powell. If you know any one who would like to correspond I thank you.
I am in process of connecting all sons on find a grave. I have photo of Hiram and his first family. His first wife died in VA before they came to TN. My gr GF Samuel Raby married dau Bertha Jane Walters 1893.
Look forward to sharing.
contact me firstname.lastname@example.org Donald Raby
Added by Donald Raby on Apr 09, 2016 9:19 AM
I have seen a photo of the stone, but of course can't post it since I didn't take it.
Added by dawgfan on Apr 01, 2016 5:15 PM
|Robert Fitch||RE: Thomas Earl Cracraft|
Do you have any information on Arthur Lanham?
Added by Robert Fitch on Mar 30, 2016 2:30 PM
|Robert Fitch||Thomas Earl Cracraft|
Thomas Earl Cracraft morial #126310597
Added by Robert Fitch on Mar 30, 2016 1:43 PM
|Robert Fitch||RE: Imogene O'Quinn|
I went back over to the cemetery. I found her grave maker! She is buried next to he second husband, Thomas Earl Cracraft 9 Jan 1915 - 15 Oct 1973. Her marker lists her as Imogene L Cracraft. The Cunningham office listed her as O'Quinn.
I found her marriage record tot Thomas Earl Cracraft. Married 4 May 1956 in Kanawha Co. She is listed as Imogene Louise Lanham. Also listed as divorced at the time. Could not find a first or third marriage.
Added by Robert Fitch on Mar 30, 2016 1:27 PM
|Double L||RE: White sides transfer|
Have a blessed day,
Added by Double L on Mar 30, 2016 10:34 AM
|BKGreg||RE: E. E. Douglas #56619802|
yes please, I'd like the obit too. Thank you!!
Added by BKGreg on Mar 30, 2016 9:13 AM
|Robert Fitch||RE: Imogene O'Quinn|
She buried at Cunningham but there is no marker.
Added by Robert Fitch on Mar 29, 2016 2:54 PM
|BKGreg||E. E. Douglas #56619802|
could you please verify his date of birth, I'm showing other dates as 1870 not 1878. it's just hard to read.
Added by BKGreg on Mar 29, 2016 1:33 PM
|I love genealogy||Jennings - Ft. Lincoln|
In order to have your request fulfilled, please call Lincoln Cemetery and ask for the exact location of the grave. They can be a little difficult about giving out this information and it may take several calls. Just keep bugging them. 301-864-5090. Post the location in the memorial page in order to have your request fulfilled. It is impossible for requests to be fulfill the request without this info because they will not give it to us. The cemetery is huge and can not be walked. Thanks
Added by I love genealogy on Mar 29, 2016 6:41 AM
|Betsy||Thomas C. Thompson Transfer|
Anna, I have transferred this memorial to you and was glad to do so.
Added by Betsy on Mar 27, 2016 3:22 PM
|Donna McPherson||RE: Clara Gee transfer|
No it is not necessary.
Added by Donna McPherson on Mar 25, 2016 2:30 PM
|melody frost||RE: Padgett photos|
Most welcome if there are others from this family I will be in upstate NY in July let me know I can get pictures
Added by melody frost on Mar 22, 2016 6:06 PM
|Michael Wilson||RE: Lamphere|
Hello Anna. I did survey around Mr. Lamphere's grave and I saw a few Finley gravestones that I believe were relatives of his sister's husband dating from the late 1800's to the mid 1900's. Mr. Lamphere did not, to the best of my knowledge, have any blood relatives buried in the Rossburg Cemetery area or La Porte County but a Martha Lamphere (maiden unknown) is buried about 10 miles South in the City of La Porte in Patton Cemetery. I have extrapolated that she was married to Ray Lamphere's brother, C. Lamphere because of the grave inscription. Ray Lamphere's stone was replaced very recently, most likely as a result of people destroying his grave for "souvenirs" of the most famous murder case ever to take place in this area.
I am an amateur La Porte County historian and there is still so much I do not know but the Belle Gunness case has been of particular interest to me and I have never believed Ray Lamphere was truly guilty of the crimes in which he was accused and convicted of. If I can help in any other ways, please feel free to contact me.
Added by Michael Wilson on Mar 20, 2016 8:08 PM
|Paula Williamson||Savannah Catholic Cemetery- KELLY|
Your requests for photos of the graves of Julia, Madeline and Thomas Kelly do not have death dates. Do you have any idea of their ages and/or death dates? There are lots of Kellys in Savannah!
Added by Paula Williamson on Mar 17, 2016 9:16 AM
|Wimsang||RE: Hester sanders|
I thought you loved the Sanders. There's enough of them. You didn't know that Hester was a Sanders. Have a great time.
Added by Wimsang on Mar 09, 2016 5:42 PM
|Wimsang||RE: Pansy Flowers|
The lady Just happened to be out at the cemetery when I was talking to her so that it real convenient. Plus we get along great. I'll be in touch. s
Added by Wimsang on Mar 09, 2016 12:15 PM
|Wimsang||RE: Pansy Flowers|
Guess what!!!!! The lady from the cemetery just called and said the markers were buried, but that they are digging them up right now. I am fixing to go back out to the cemetery and take pictures. Would you like for me to go by the library and see if I can find an obit? s
Added by Wimsang on Mar 09, 2016 12:07 PM
|steamboat willie||RE: Clara Duvall|
you are very welcome . . . sorry we couldn't find her . . .
Added by steamboat willie on Mar 04, 2016 4:15 AM