I do hope you found the cemetery! I was traveling today and just read your message.
Best wishes to you.
Added by PSC on Jun 09, 2013 7:11 PM
The road is Parks Creek. Stay to the right and you will pass Davis Cem on left about a mile. GO one more mile and Bramhall on right. WELL KEPT AND EASY ACCESS.
Added by Logan on Jun 09, 2013 11:41 AM
|KsCityKim||RE: C. Everett Marshall|
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could help! Kim
Added by KsCityKim on Apr 29, 2013 9:22 PM
|MG||RE: Henry Guthrie Figg|
Added by MG on Mar 05, 2013 1:13 PM
|MG||RE: Alice Akridge|
You are welcome. Sorry I did not find a headstone for her. This is a small cemetery and the caretaker said that the records that go back that far were lost in a fire.
Added by MG on Feb 15, 2013 10:09 PM
|Mark Weitzel||RE: Lavinia A Marshall|
You are very welcome! If you are researching in New York State I would suggest... www.paintedhills.org and www.fultonhistory.com Painted Hills covers western New York State and Fulton History is a great resource for New York State newspapers. Both are "Free" sites and very well done with lots of information.
Merry Christmas! Mark
Added by Mark Weitzel on Dec 19, 2012 4:26 PM
|Genealogynut||RE: Giltner Barnes|
I do have a picture of the gravestone for Calvin Giltner Barnes. However, the dates do not match the dates on the request for him. The gravestone reads 1930-1931. The findagrave memorial reads 1838. Let me know if this is the correct one and I will add the photo.
Added by Genealogynut on Dec 10, 2012 4:20 AM
|Diane Gravlee||Akridge & Lush|
I believe that I took all the Akridge & Lush markers today for you. Diane
Added by Diane Gravlee on Oct 05, 2012 7:39 PM
|Mark Willis||William Gobel Lush and Ruby Akridge|
William Gobel Lush and Ruby Akridge were my great-grandparents. Their daughter Catherine is my maternal grandmother. My mother is Catherine's daughter Cheryl. My grandmother had a brother that I never knew that we referred to as Uncle Bill, and I assume that may be your husband's father? I would be very interested in seeing the pictures you referred to of William and Ruby and their kids and grandkids.
Added by Mark Willis on Jun 18, 2012 3:50 PM
|LaDonna Estes||Lush Marker Cave Hill|
If I can get to Cave Hill and actually find the grave I would be more than happy to.
Added by LaDonna Estes on Mar 31, 2012 7:40 PM
Check his dates...do that for all that I am entering.
Added by babs on Mar 12, 2012 2:36 PM
|babs||RE: Alfred E. Figg and Mary Agnes East Figg|
The other two non-Figg people are a man and wife named Snyder. The area you described is where I got the pictures. Section 29, lot ??? I can't remember. But if you want that info I'll send it to you. All my info is upstairs.
We just went through the big storm and we lucked out. We live in Shively and it went north and south of us. We got a dab of rain but it did most of the damage to Henryville and Marysville, Indiana.
I'm sure glad I got the requests filled yesterday.
Added by babs on Mar 02, 2012 4:56 PM
|babs||RE: Alfred E Figg at Cave Hill Cemetery|
They are buried in Section 29, lot 69 E 1/2.
Please make a request for the Lee's. This gives me a printout of the people I claim which is so much less compicated to work with, instead of a stack of my notes.
If you would like to see Cave Hill's database go to www.cavehillcemetery.com. You will have to register, but that is free. On the home page there is a search field. I suggest you enter only the surname, followed by a comma (,), as that will give you a list of everyone in Cave Hill with that surname. You may find someone that you didn't know was buried there.
Added by babs on Mar 02, 2012 3:41 AM
|babs||Alfred E. Figg|
He is buried in Section 29, lot 69 along with two others:
Mary A.Figg - died 1919
Walter P. Figg Sr. - died 1998
I will know if they all have stones when I go to take the pictures. Would you like to go ahead and make memorials for them? I will probably go tomorrow if the weather co operates,
Added by babs on Feb 29, 2012 7:14 PM
|SheriM||RE: Morehouse Families in Laclede, MO|
The name you listed doesn't seem familiar to me but if I run across anything I will be sure to let you know.
Added by SheriM on Nov 06, 2011 11:35 PM
|Robin Blackshear||RE: Hamilton Figg|
Yes, Eastern is in total distress. I recently found out that my gt gt gt gt grandparents were buried there and have been buried over and over and over and their records are no longer in existence. So this is one way of paying them honor. I think about them when I'm there.
Added by Robin Blackshear on Sep 27, 2011 9:55 AM
|Kay I.||RE: Nannie Gootee Photo|
Hi there, I'm going back to get a better photo for you. I had my old camera with me and it didn't turn out to well. I live on the Marion, Nelson County line so I'm all over the place taking pics. If you need any help with anything give me a hollar. Take care, Kay
Added by Kay I. on Mar 25, 2011 3:19 PM
|Jennifer Embrey Davidson||RE: Reales Green Harper|
Your very welcome. :)
Added by Jennifer Embrey Davidson on Mar 18, 2011 6:56 PM
|Rob M||RE: William & Mary Lush|
I had forgotten that I had to get this info from Cave Hill, rather than the requester, or I would have already given it to you. Sorry about that.
They are in Section 18, Range 366, Graves 41A (W.L.) and 42A (Mary).
Added by Rob M on Jan 20, 2011 2:30 PM
|VDR||RE: Marshall's at Rose City|
I just added the remainder of the Marshalls located at Rose City so you might want to take a last look. Some of the names I loaded with no information—I hate doing that but the cemetery just gave me their names. As you can tell there is several (49) and cemeteries have a real problem doing too many at a time – so I thought I would just load them and have you run through them. They also had a Roxey Ramona Marshall and the information on her is not much—she was cremated at Rose City Cemetery and then sent to Gables Funeral Home. Gables is no longer around—the cemetery might know if Gables took on a new name!!
Also, one of the new names that I loaded was another Charles. If you notice, the stone I loaded for Rachel. It is a family stone with empty spots on all sides. I think there might be a few Marshalls buried here without headstones. I don't understand why they would not at least have the names placed at the bottom--the only way we will know is if they send us back to Section H, Lot 67.
This is a pretty cemetery but it is really hard to find your way around. They have these little round stones that they say are every five graves that give the block. I have yet to find them every five and today the grounds man had to use a shovel to dig these stones up so maybe they are every five.
The baby is in an unmarked grave but the baby graves are easy if you know the date of death. The babies are in long rows and are by date each new one is placed next to the last. I almost forgot, Goldie is behind some of the Gypsy crypts. I don't know what you know about Gypsies but they are really into decorating. They should start putting up Christmas lights soon--I will take a photo when they do. They also decorate and through birthday parties for their past. Very elaborate decorating but really respectful.
Well I need to run -- let me know what you find and if you find someone please supply me with dates until I can get back out to the cemetery.
Added by VDR on Dec 07, 2010 12:09 AM
|VDR||RE: photo for Charles Amos Marshall|
You are welcome -- who is the person sharing his stone? I don't think it is his spouse because of the dates.
Added by VDR on Dec 04, 2010 10:49 PM
|Juanita Sloan Lowrance||Sarah Craft|
Karen thanks so much for the information on Sarah.
Happy Holidays, Juanita
Added by Juanita Sloan Lowrance on Dec 01, 2010 5:47 PM
|marge||RE: Bennie Jackson|
The cemetery you are talking about is the Knight Cemetery and I believe it is on findagrave.
Added by marge on Nov 30, 2010 8:11 PM
Welcome to Findagarve.
I have added Bennie Jackson to Hillhouse as you asked. Are you new to Genealogy? I have been to the Hillhouse Cemetery to Photgraph Ellen Marshall's stone for someone else. So you are not alone in her line.
Added by marge on Nov 28, 2010 7:07 PM
|Heather R. (Schmid) Satchel||Hillhouse Graves|
Thanks so much for trying to locate the gravestones for James, Edith, and Amanda Hillhouse. I truly appreciate it. Perhaps the graves are unmarked?
Many thanks and God Bless,
Heather R Satchel
Added by Heather R. (Schmid) Satch... on Nov 17, 2010 7:04 PM