|Pattie Ford||RE: Alma B Babcock|
Oh my, I am tickled to death to have found Alma. Alma's second husband (Roy Sloan) and only daughter (Margaret "Fergoson" Broomfield by her 1st husband) is buried there in Sunny Slope. Alma's maiden name is Sater. It is the Sater's that I search for and now I have found her. If you are in the area, you could check to see who is buried next to her, but highly doubt they would be related. I would really like to get my hands on an obituary for Alma as I don't have her husband first name, only last name of Babcock (Last husband). And at this point there may not be one, as she died in Dickerson, Kansas. Do you know of the library there in Ray that I could contact, to see abt an obituary.
Thank you also for Roberta and Hurley Broomfield's photos, I appreciate that a lot.
Thanks again Kerri
Added by Pattie Ford on Oct 21, 2012 10:56 PM
|Pattie Ford||Margaret & Hurley Broomfield|
Thank you Kerrie so much for your time and great photos. I really appreciate it.
Added by Pattie Ford on Oct 21, 2012 9:16 PM
|Pattie Ford||Alma B Babcock|
Sooooo happy to get this photo of Alma headstone. Thank you so much!! Can you tell me if she was buried next to her daughter Margaret Broomfield? Or did you notice any other headstones next to Alma?
May I have your permission to post the photo on my family tree?
Very happy to get this, thank you!!
Added by Pattie Ford on Oct 21, 2012 4:53 PM
|Dianna Taylor||photo request|
Kerri, thanks so much for the photo of Ethel Lee Smithey-Wall's marker, this was the only evidence I could find of her death date.
Added by Dianna Taylor on Oct 21, 2012 11:27 AM
|bill wealot||RE: Cary Cemetery|
The cemetery is easy to find if you follow the directions on the find a grave. It is on the right as you come over the creek however, not on the left. I repainted the sign so, its pretty easy to find the beginning of it. There are 7 graves fairly close to the road and to the left of them you will see the remains of a path or drive. If you follow that in you will see the rest of the graves throughout the woods. Theres a little grassy clearing that has quite a few graves and monuments buts thats only the start. There are groups of gaves scattered for maybe a half mile back. If you go there wear long sleeves and pants as there are lots of thorns and brambles from out of control rosebushes. I would take some water too and maybe a toothbrush for drinking and washing off graves. I've flagged all of them that were fallen over or buried, so look for white or green flags. Let me know if you are hoping to find specific graves and I'll try to guide you in the right direction. I'm excited that you are going to explore this one. Good Luck. Bill
Added by bill wealot on Oct 20, 2012 3:08 AM
|Pam Barns||Elmer Clay jacobs and Ida M. UNKNOWN Jacobs|
Thank you for taking and posting the gravestone picture for Elmer and Ida Jacobs. I really appreciate it.
Your picture confirmed 1891 as his birthyear and I made that correction.
Thanks, again, for your help.
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Added by Pam Barns on Oct 19, 2012 10:10 PM
|Linda||RE: Gus Bobo|
Your very welcome!
Added by Linda on Oct 19, 2012 3:44 PM
|Dianna Taylor||Photo Request|
Kerri, Thanks so much for the photo of Henry Lee Elliott's marker at South Point, I truly appreciate your time.
Added by Dianna Taylor on Sep 05, 2012 10:05 AM
|Tim England||RE: Martha Bottoms|
She survived him by more than two decades. I imagine she may moved to the Dunbar area and perhaps her children had closer ties to the area. It may well be that the Dunbar location was more convenient than the White Cemetery. Just a guess.
I know, too, that her daughter (my great-grandmother, Frances "Fanny" Quinn) was also buried in the White Cemetery initially, but she was reinterred much later in the Quinn Cemetery to be near her husband.
Added by Tim England on Aug 19, 2012 10:15 PM
Thank you so much for taking and posting the picture of Willis Covey's grave! I really appreciate your help!
Added by ChristiB on Aug 19, 2012 7:31 PM
|Sharon Wallen||William Summers|
Linda Dukes had William in the wrong cemetery. When I found it, I deleted my memorial in Shady Grove Cem. and added the stone picture to her memorial when she transferred her memorial to Shady Grove.
Added by Sharon Wallen on Aug 18, 2012 12:27 PM
|Tim England||Martha Ann Hardwick Bottoms|
Martha Ann Hardwick Bottoms, who is buried at Dunbar, was married to Alfred Madison "Matt" Bottoms. He's buried at the White Cemetery at Sano in Adair County, KY.
Added by Tim England on Aug 11, 2012 1:58 PM
|3willowcrosses||RE: Nannie B. (Vivion) Chamblin|
I'm fairly new to Find a Grave. How does the transfer work, and what do I need to do to maintain the site?
Added by 3willowcrosses on Jul 10, 2012 8:44 AM
|3willowcrosses||Nannie B. (Vivion) Chamblin|
Thanks for the page on Nannie. My mother and I went to Higginsville and spent hours researching her grandfather's family.
Added by 3willowcrosses on Jul 09, 2012 3:24 AM
|Bobby Sparks||Headstone Picture|
Thank you so much for taking the time to do this for me; your efforts and support to Find A Grave are truly appreciated.
Added by Bobby Sparks on Jun 16, 2012 5:09 AM
Thanks for the great photo! and especially taking time out of your day to help me.
Added by GrammaL on Jun 15, 2012 6:45 PM
|Edward L. Williams||Melvin Lee Crouch|
Thanks for taking the marker photo of Melvin Lee Crouch for our High School Virtural Cemetery. He is a long way from us so we really appreciate your extra effort to help us out ! Hope I can return the favor someday. ...ed williams
Added by Edward L. Williams on Jun 15, 2012 7:31 AM
|Phil & Kathi||Hiram Rimmer|
Thank you very much for the great photo! We appreciate it!
Phil & Kathi
Added by Phil & Kathi on Jun 13, 2012 5:10 AM
|Pam Barns||Martha A. "Mattie" Lile Elliott in South Point Cemetery|
Thank you so much for taking and posting the gravestone picture for Martha A. "Mattie" Lile Elliott. I really appreciate it.
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Added by Pam Barns on Jun 12, 2012 11:53 PM
hi I am terry j smith. thier were four sisters orlena horn she married a smith my grand parents one of her sisters married a fitzwater or fitswater I'll have to look it up to be sure.
Added by terry smith on Jun 11, 2012 8:57 PM
|Member # 47526185||RE: Sharp Family|
Not sure which memorials you are referring to. Maybe you could provide their memorial numbers? I did see where an Ollie Frances Sharp is buried in the Richmond Cemetery. Memorial # 18127049. A Hiram Walter Sharp, Jr is buried in the Richmond Memory Gardens. Memorial # 21285489.
Added by Member # 47526185 on Jun 10, 2012 7:31 AM
|Nancy Hagood||Parrott, Elizabeth and George|
Thank you so much for the headstone pictures.
Nancy Hagood, OR
Added by Nancy Hagood on Jun 09, 2012 8:50 AM
|June Ragan||William H Good|
Thank you so much for the photo. Your kindness is appreciated.
Added by June Ragan on Jun 07, 2012 6:28 PM
|Alan Williams||MARY BARB SAGER|
I see your message in Find-a Grave that Mary Barb Sager (bur. in Basore WV cem.) is your 5th great grandmother.
I am compiling a genealogy of the Barb family and I don't believe I have you listed as a descendant. I have several Kerri's descended from Mary but I don't see a Kerri George.
Can you give me your line of descent from Mary so I may check? Perhaps I have something regarding your lineage that I can help you with.
Also, I see you also research Hardy Co. Bobos. I have a lot of Bobos in the Barb genealogy including Mary Sager's granddaughter Sarah Landacre Bobo and some of her descendants, including Lavina Bobo who married Harvey Washington Halterman and moved to Ray Co., MO. Perhaps you are from this line?
Added by Alan Williams on Jun 01, 2012 12:04 PM
|Ladybelle Fiske||Allen, Venable, and Watkins Family|
What would you like to know about the Venable and Watkins families? They are my ancestors (as they are Jim's) and perhaps I could help a bit. I am leaving the country for a few weeks, but will try to check in!
Isabella (Fiske McFarlin)
Added by Ladybelle Fiske on May 19, 2012 11:46 AM