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Glen Davis (#47462439)
 member for 5 years, 7 months, 12 days
Jay R. Long
Mr. & Mrs. Maberry
Dear Glen, I remember both Mr. & Mrs. Maberry from back in the 70's and 80's. He ran a sawmill and did business with my uncles who ran Lee Brother's Mill over in Mechanicsville, MD. My father was the caretaker for De La Brooke Manor, Robert Brooke's other plantation in St. Mary's. The Mayberry's would come over and visit on ocassion and tour the grounds and the old Manor House. I loved hearing them tell about Brooke Place. I had never been there but they always told us to come over and visit sometime. I wish we had of. Where is Mr. Maberry burried and is there an obit for him as well.

Thank you,

Jay R. Long

Added by Jay R. Long on Mar 06, 2016 9:14 AM

RE: You Should Mention His Adoption
Cousin Glen , I finally added that paragraph about my dad's adoption to his memorial page, that you recommended, thank you for suggesting it.

Added by Catherine on Aug 11, 2015 1:34 PM

Gordon Ogilvie
In addition to the siblings of Gordon Ogilvie Sr. listed, there are also brothers named

George MacDonald Ogilvie
Samuel Reid Ogilvie Sr.

Both are deceased. My father was the last to die. George was the youngest, a minister who died after a car crash on his way to visit a church member in the hospital.

Samuel Reid Ogilvie Sr. suffered from polio and used braces and crutches to get around.

Angela Ogilvie Hedgepeth

Added by Angela on Jan 19, 2015 10:33 AM

Rich D.
Barton Lowe
Hi Glen, we share the same 5x Great Grandparents! I don't know what that makes us, so I'll just say you're a cousin! My line is, Barton had Bennet... Bennet had Francis... Francis had Ida... Ida married Milton Morgan and had Lester... Lester had Lester Jr, Lester Jr had my Mom and then me. Whew. How are you related to Barton?

Added by Rich D. on Aug 30, 2014 8:31 PM

Kurt Johnson
William & June Scrimgeour
Transfers made.

Added by Kurt Johnson on Jan 16, 2014 7:17 PM

Mary Clark (1922-1930)
I am about to post a photo of Mary Clark's gravestone, as per your request. I wanted to let you know that there are several stones for Clarks in the same lot, and I will be posting photos for those as well, if there are not already photos of those on the website. The names are: Allen W.; Mabel A.; Dora E.; George L.; Fred W.; and Florence M. Thanks.

Added by Anonymous on Jul 20, 2013 12:53 PM

Grace Kilby photo request
I had noticed that there is a Paul Kilby Sr interred there and there is a photo of the gravestone that list his wife to be Grace b. 1913. This is the Find A Grave Memorial# 32187432 for Paul. I hope this helps.

Added by Becky on Jun 12, 2013 9:37 AM

gloria (glo) wolf
RE: Thanks For The Photos!
YOU are so welcome!!!
glo :)

Added by gloria (glo) wolf on May 20, 2013 12:21 PM

Keith W. Elston, MSgt, USAF (Ret)
Sgt Davis
I live near Little Rock, AR. and I saw your photo request. I have searched online and can not find Greenlawn Cemetery. Do you by chance have any further information for the location?

Added by Keith W. Elston, MSgt, US... on Feb 23, 2013 11:38 AM

Marvin Davis
Charles E Davis
Glen, I am the GGG of Charles E Davis. I have a considerable amount of information concerning him and his decendents.
I will send you an e-mail so that we can share information.

Added by Marvin Davis on Dec 08, 2012 9:00 AM

greenlawn cemetery
do you have an address for this cemetery? I can not find it on any map.

Added by Jacque on Nov 27, 2012 9:11 PM

Sister Sonya
RE: Thanks for Raymond John Davis, Sr.
Always happy to help.


Added by Sister Sonya on Apr 23, 2012 7:00 AM

Ella and Albert Gamber
Hi Glen,
I took the pictures of Albert and Ella Gamber that you requested. They are buried next to their two daughters, Alice and Maggie. I also took pictures of their markers and posted them under their own listings. While there are many other Gambers in the cemetery, no others were to the left or right of this family of four.
Much success to you in your family search!

Added by Sheshoo on Apr 21, 2012 5:44 PM

Ridgely family
Transfers gladly completed. Both of these cemeteries are small and lovingly kept. They are within a few miles of one another. Ridgely is an important name in this area, so if you run across any other family I have entered, please feel free to request transfers. Have a great weekend!

Added by Seagull on Apr 20, 2012 8:27 PM

Sister Sonya
RE: Thank You, Ma'am!
Happy to oblige- they are in a section of the cemetery I hadn't been before, tucked off to the side, very peaceful.

Added by Sister Sonya on Apr 07, 2012 7:53 PM

Levin Disharoon
My daughter and I visited the cemetery in Stockton, and I made the photo of Levin and other 6 or 7 other Disharoons, who are buried there. He is buried beside his son and daughter-in-law, and his monument is enscribed "father". I'm going home to Alabama tomorrow, and will post your picture, and let you know the other names in a day or two, after I download and edit. Jerri

Added by Jerri on Apr 01, 2012 12:39 PM

Bill West
Photo for Disharoon plot
Sir:Perhaps you know that there is another Mt.Zion church cemetery located about 8 miles out of Snow Hill(but within the Snow Hill postal district)This is relatively near a Disharoon rd. as well. Perhaps this may be the cemetery you are looking for? I need to go near there again soon,will take a look for you!

Added by Bill West on Mar 26, 2012 3:30 PM

Barbara E. Brackman
Glen I found several Wimmer's and this is a very old cemetery. I sent you a notice per your e-mail. hope to hear from you, so I can go back and photo more.
Barbara ( 10/12/11

Added by Barbara E. Brackman on Oct 12, 2011 3:38 PM

L. E. Fuahs
RE: Thank You So Much!
We too, could not make out much from the rubbing. The stone is sandstone and as you probably know, sandstone does not age well. In order for the rubbings to be good, the letters must have some edge to them and these are badly worn. The only reason I put it up was that the "8m" was discernible and thus proved it to be William and if you look very hard at the semicircle lettering, you can just make out "Wm". Here exactly is what appears in the Mount Pleasant Cemetery section of Volume II of the Van Wert Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, "CLARK, Wm. d27 Feb 1888 62y 8m 2d" and on the second line, "[GAR Pvt Co C 192 Reg OVI]". We are quite positive that these inscriptions were on the stone when it was new. I hope this reassures you. One other thing, from the same volume, this sadly appears on page 60: [From Veterans' Grave Registration Card; no stone found:] "CLARK, William 1824-14 Apr 1864" and on the second line, "GAR Pvt Co K 88 Reg OVI". I hope, also, that this information is of some value.

Added by L. E. Fuahs on Sep 18, 2011 5:46 PM

gone_fishing - unless_you_email
RE: Thank You!
I'm glad I could help out. Thanks for the acknowledgement.

Added by gone_fishing - unless_you... on Apr 03, 2011 7:11 AM

M. Reed
Barton Lowe
Hello Mr. Davis, I emailed you re: Barton Lowe. If he's an ancestor of yours, we're distantly related. Hope to hear from you soon.

Added by M. Reed on Apr 01, 2011 7:39 AM

Bob Collins
Matilda Stevenson in Green-Wood
The dates on Matilda Stevenson's memorial page are 1883-1949. But on the stone in Section 207, Lot 27841, they are 1860-1919. Also, the husband's name appears to be Lewis T. Stevenson, 1860-1925, not Alvin. Other surnames on the stone are Hamilton, Milbourne, and Swain.

I do not think this is the Matilda Stevenson you're looking for. There are no 1949 burials for anyone named Matilda Stevenson in the cemetery's burial records. The person who entered this information typed 1949 instead of 1919 in the death date.

Added by Bob Collins on Mar 26, 2011 7:09 PM

Tillie Sommer
Got your email, Glen, and am sorry to tell you I was merely recording people who caught my attention in newspaper obituaries. I am not related to Tillie or her family. Unfortunately, the entry is so old, I do not have the original anymore. Your aunt's service with her church was my attraction. The obituary probably came from either the Bloomington Pantagraph or the Peoria paper. Bloomington is still on-line. Peoria is now restricted and available only by subscription. See if your local library can help with that. (One powerful reason to maintain our public support of libraries and media sources!!)

I wish we were related, as you seem to have the same type of interests as I do. I will transfer her memorial to your care. Watch your email for notification. Contact me again if there is something or someone else I might help with.

Added by Rosetta on Mar 24, 2011 7:10 AM


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