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Apollymi (#47370881)
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Rich Kreiss
RE: Janice Jones
I realize that families often add names at the time of burial though none may have been provided at the time of death. That is their choice, just as adding the term "stillborn" to their memorial is your choice.

Added by Rich Kreiss on Jul 06, 2015 12:28 PM

Beverly Lanning Poole
RE: Michael Gulledge
Looks terrific! Thanks.


Added by Beverly Lanning Poole on Jun 27, 2015 10:54 AM

Beverly Lanning Poole
Michael Gulledge
Thanks for transferring this memorial to the correct cemetery. I just removed mine.

Beverly Poole

Added by Beverly Lanning Poole on Jun 26, 2015 8:41 PM

RE: Mary Ellen Jones
You are very welcome. I'm honored to have been able to contribute to the memorial and add Bruce. There was a time this afternoon I thought I was going to have to NR it. I could add some things here but I will not. Nevertheless, the Plot I was given was not the correct one. As you can see they are in the Mausoleum

Added by H W on Jun 26, 2015 7:12 PM

RE: Lawson photo
I would be happy to do so. Would you mind making a photo request? Thanks!

Added by EAHJr on Jun 26, 2015 7:39 AM

Robert Dewey Hunt
His gravesite is unmarked.

I visited with the cemetery office on this burial. From left to right is John F. Hunt, Roy F. Nalls, unmarked grave, and James Randall Hunt.

The office stated there is a unmarked burial between Roy and James.

This is assumed to be that of Robert Dewey Hunt.

Robert is the father of both John and James. Roy is his brother-in-law.

Robert's death certificate states burial in Belleview.

So, I posted a photo of the family plot.

Take care.

Bradley Ingels
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Added by BRADLEY INGELS on Jun 25, 2015 2:17 PM

RE: William Hundley
You are more than welcome. I'm honored to have been able to contribute to the memorial.
The reflective nature of the walls and the subtle lighting in the Mausoleum can make photography a bit tricky. I too liked the Locomotive.


Added by H W on Jun 24, 2015 1:53 PM

Willie Marshall Grubbs
Yes, that was the one. I thought Willie was a guy, and wondered why he had a different last name than his parents. But it looks like he was a "she" and must have married a Grubbs at some point. (Wonder who)??

A lot of those people are my relatives.

Added by SleepingDog on Jun 20, 2015 4:36 AM

A "Grubbs" I Missed
I forgot which Grubbs it was, but I was going to try to check on his parents because they appeared to be Marshalls. I never got to connect him to the parents (whoever they were).

Sorry. Let me know when you find him.

Added by SleepingDog on Jun 19, 2015 5:29 PM

Josie Dicks #8882012
Josie's tombstone says that her father was Dr. W.P. Dicks---so I haven't added Thomas Crews Dean as her father from the edit.

Correct me if I'm wrong for some reason.

Added by SleepingDog on Jun 18, 2015 6:21 PM

RE: Frances Barber, Greenwood Orlando
Photo of the newer marker located next to her parents, in section A (not B as I previously thought) has been posted. No vital dates...which is why I think it was placed much later. It looks like markers made in the 1930's-1940's, and since she was apparently so young, the siblings may not have known much about her after their parents died.

Added by Merf on Jun 18, 2015 1:09 PM

RE: Frances Barber, Greenwood Orlando
It washes off in the first rain. One chalking in over 100 years does not damage a stone. It helps to preserve it's inscription for the future. And fortunately, that was done since the stone was destroyed.

But I'll still check on the second stone if you'd like me to - but it appears this isn't family, just an attempt to scold someone?

Added by Merf on Jun 18, 2015 11:57 AM

Frances Barber, Greenwood Orlando
The marker was impossible to read. A photo without it being chalked is nothing more than a rock. The chalk does not hurt stones and is the only way to preserve the engraving as the weather continues to wear them away.

I was there yesterday to check on it, and unfortunately, the marker was damaged beyond repair when a tree limb fell on it in that old section during recent storms last week, but fortunately, I was able to record it with a photo.

If you are related, I'll be happy to get whatever paperwork the cemetery has on the burial and send to you directly - I probably had the funeral record posted, but it was removed. Sadly, this is the early segregated black section and the records weren't kept as well for these folks prior to about 1920, so the deleted funeral record may be the only proof of burial here, other than the photo on the memorial.

She is buried separately from her family, who are in section B.

Added by Merf on Jun 18, 2015 11:38 AM

larry eanes
RE: Sallie Dillon
I rounded up all the family members of Sallie & William, the ones not linked to Sallie & William were all in Highland and under my management, so I got them all linked up. Son Frank is buried beside Sallie & Virginia Dillon Perry & husband Ralph is buried very close to them. I added Ralph Perry today also. One daughter was buried in North Carolina with the father, she died before the father did.
It amazes me how terrible the conditions of the stones are in this cemetery, they are about as bad as any I have seen anywhere. Have no clue the reason of it.

Added by larry eanes on Jun 17, 2015 3:00 PM

Mike Gahagan
sorry to disagree, but if that is the only way to see what is on the old stones, that is what I will use. I have not done any old stone is a year or two, and don't know if I will be doing anymore, but I usually mind my own business.

Added by Mike Gahagan on Jun 15, 2015 3:45 PM

Mike Gahagan
soft chalk washes off with the first rain, and does not hurt the stone.

Added by Mike Gahagan on Jun 15, 2015 6:11 AM

Lester Whicker
You need to contact the person who made the memorial with the military gravestone to have them correct the dates. I think that both memorials are meant to be Lester Folger Whicker and to remove one as Mary Logan's husband would be an error.

Added by CarolynMMP on Jun 14, 2015 11:26 AM

RE: Margaret Steward
You are welcome. I have posted the photo on Raymond's memorial.

Added by RickC on Jun 12, 2015 8:12 PM

Percy Smith
If you would take time to look at the bottom of the memorial and check for the dates that they were entered you would find that mine was before the one you're speaking of so mine is not the duplicate thank you

Added by DER on Jun 11, 2015 6:54 PM

Chuck Morgan
RE: Stafford Means
I have posted the photo to Mary's memorial as you requested.

Added by Chuck Morgan on Jun 11, 2015 5:08 PM

John V. Burns
Juan Ramirez
Thank you. Edit has been made.



Find A Grave contributor Apollymi has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Juan Ramirez.
Link to memorial:
Link to contributor profile:

Their suggestion:
He is buried in Woodlawn Memorial Park in Gotha, FL.


Added by John V. Burns on Jun 10, 2015 9:23 AM

Wilma Shouse
Thank you removed

Added by cherokee on Jun 09, 2015 9:17 PM

Susie Tucker McGowan
Hello :) I have Susie's middle name listed that way because my husband's family is unsure of the spelling of it. Could you please send me your source for the spelling of it being Tobathia? Are you related? :)
Thank you!!

Added by chcobe on Jun 05, 2015 11:31 AM

Richard Stephen
RE: Elsie Jones
You're welcome.

Added by Richard Stephen on May 31, 2015 11:46 PM

larry eanes
Charlie Reid Jefferson
I added the info on birth record, SSDI, etc in bio. Sure as I change it, someone will send edit the other way, so this way it is handled, thanks, Larry

Added by larry eanes on May 31, 2015 12:59 AM


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