|Kathy Salazar||Clifford Banks photo request|
Buried next to Clifford is Marian Banks memorial # 85343473
Added by Kathy Salazar on Feb 18, 2013 10:39 AM
|Larry Lagut||RE: Sims family|
I forgot to mention that their is more Sims buried in section B site, Sallie S Sims, Rose Dunsmore Sims, Nannie Sims, Edward Peyton Sims, Nathaniel B. Sims. They are buried beside each other like they are a family. I hope this help.
Added by Larry Lagut on Feb 02, 2013 7:04 AM
|Larry Lagut||RE: Sims family|
I did notice that it look like Edgar and Leila Cline was in the same site. But for section that mostly it. Good luck on your hunt.
Added by Larry Lagut on Feb 02, 2013 6:38 AM
|Jill||Effie Brown b. 1888|
I am looking for info on a child of Franklin Ellsworth Brown with 1st wife Frances Heward Brown. I find Effie Brown in the 1900 census living with cousin Jesse Orville Stevens and Aunt Sarah Ann Heward..these relatives are both from the Heward side of her family. I can't find her anywhere after that and wonder if you might know her married name or the year she died. I am descended from Franklin's sister, Nancy Brown McFarland. Thank you, Jill MacRae 47010526
Added by Jill on Jan 24, 2013 5:15 PM
|Jill||Effie Brown b. May 1888|
Added by Jill on Jan 24, 2013 5:08 PM
|LFAmes1008||RE: Swift/Gibson family|
I have had some good luck finding some obituaries and will be working on adding them this evening. I'll let you know who I am adding to, and will also send you some clips by regular email. Linda
Added by LFAmes1008 on Jan 21, 2013 3:58 PM
|M.T. researcher||T. Gibson dates|
Thank you for the suggestion about the flour. I'm about 25 minutes from the cemetery.
Added by M.T. researcher on Jan 16, 2013 6:53 PM
|Irish-ish||RE: Needham & Sarah Bryan|
I uploaded photos today for both Needham and Sarah. The graves are unmarked but at least you can see what they look like. I believe Needham's is probably the one that is cracked so badly, as he would have been buried first. I wish the cemetery had him listed correctly! That is so frustrating. Hope this helps a little, even though they aren't marked.
Added by Irish-ish on Jan 16, 2013 6:03 PM
|Irish-ish||Needham & Sarah Bryan|
I checked the Rose Hill Cemetery records today for Mr. & Mrs. Bryan. It's a little odd - Needham Bryan isn't listed as being buried in this cemetery per the records, but Sarah is listed as "Mrs. N. R. Bryan" and is buried in a very small lot with 1 other burial that is listed as "non-identified". Since the lot was only designed for two burials, I'm guessing that Needham is the "non-identified" and was simply not entered in the internment records for some reason. (I've ran across this a couple of times before - Rose Hill has thousands of burials and every once in a while I find one that was not documented in error). But I wanted to let you know in case you ever find info that he may be buried elsewhere. Neither of the two graves are marked, but I will take a photo of them for you tomorrow so you can see what the lot looks like.
Added by Irish-ish on Jan 15, 2013 6:59 PM
|LFAmes1008||RE: Swift/Gibson family headstones|
Her husband was Eudoxus B. Swift, but it was entered as E.B. Swift. I sent the creator of the memorial a SAC, as with others I found posted and needing a SAC. Also there were Caroline "Carrie" Gibson Swift, John Floyd Swift, William Bedell Swift, Joan Virginia Warner, James Harrell Warner, Charles Arthur Warner, Charles Alexander Warner, Anne Swift Peeples, and SusaMNah Swift Warner (I don't know if that was her spelling or the stonecutter messed up, though I tend to believe it is an error). What was not already created, I did since I had the photos handy. I was going to look up the relationships tonight in my trusty little Linwood books... unless you already know. Linda
Added by LFAmes1008 on Jan 13, 2013 4:51 PM
|Sheila Schmutz||RE: Elbridge Oliver|
Sorry for the delay in replying. I did not see this message until now.
Elbridge Oliver married Ann Brantley Gibson on 17 Oct 1854 in Bibb Co, Ga (which you shared with me).
Georgia Marriages, 1699-1944
Name: A. B. Gibson
Spouse: E. G. Oliver
Marriage Date: 17 Oct 1854
They had 3 daughters that I know of:
Theresa Adonis in 1858, Frances "Fanny" in 1862, Ebbilene "Ebbie" in 1864.
1860 Georgia > Crawford > Castleberrys District > 1
6 Olliver E G 32 abt 1828 Male Farmer 8000 31,224 Georgia
6 Olliver A B 21 abt 1839 Female Georgia
6 Olliver Theresa 2 abt 1858 Female Georgia
1870 Texas > Panola > Beat 3 > 9
1097 Vincent G G 35 abt 1835 Male White Tennessee
1097 Vincent Anna 30 abt 1840 Female White Georgia
1097 Vincent Abrom 4 abt 1866 Male White Texas
1097 Oliver Adonis 10 abt 1860 Female White Georgia
1097 Oliver Francis 7 abt 1863 Female White Georgia
1097 Oliver Ebanine 5 abt 1865 Female White Georgia
Added by Sheila Schmutz on Dec 30, 2012 7:29 PM
|JEM||RE: Hicks headstones|
Glad To help. Yesterday was a perfect day as it was overcast which means no shadows on the stones.
Added by JEM on Dec 03, 2012 7:55 AM
|Andrew Bristol||RE: County line B.C. cemetery|
I don't know for sure. However, the only cemetery close to where the family lived and is next to Harrison county border is just north of Ashland and 3 miles east of Diana. (2 miles east of Diana, turn left onto Davidson Road, 2/3 mile more and turn left onto Owl Road, then 0.25 mile to cemetery on right.
Added by Andrew Bristol on Nov 27, 2012 8:12 AM
Sorry it took so long. I had to do some research. All corrections have been made. There is two Cornelia Ann Griffins buried at Spring Hill Cemetery!!! Cornelia Ann Griffin 1901-1902, daughter of Mr and Mrs A E Griffin, the other Cornelia Ann Griffin, no dates, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs William Griffin, also the wife of James Moore and R L Oliver. Date of birth: 1900 U S Census, Apr 1962, death date: Louisiana Death Index, 14 Jan 1929. Hope this will help.
Added by Wylie Blackwell on Oct 29, 2012 9:59 AM
|Suzanne Hye||How to Read an Unreadable Stone Video|
Just in case someone else wants to access it:
Added by Suzanne Hye on Oct 12, 2012 12:24 PM
|Suzanne Hye||RE: Margaret Perrine|
2 words: A - MAZING! I don't get out to that cemetery too often but I WILL, and I will bring the flour! There are a few headstones in the Perrine plot that were totally unreadable, I can't wait to see if I can make anything out on them!
The video was kind of a hoot, too "biscuit flour," he calls it, but I'm not sure there's anything specially called "biscuit flour," unless he means get a box of Bisquick!
Added by Suzanne Hye on Oct 12, 2012 12:23 PM
|DebraAnnNelsonInman||George and Sarah Westmorland|
Sorry I could not locate George and Sarah Westmoreland at Mount Zion Cemetery in De Berry Texas. I read Sarah and George memorial bio. I decided to check the cemeteries in the surrounding area. Did not have any luck. But I did find a daughter buried at Bracken Cemetery De Berry/Elysian Fields Texas. "Georgia Ann Westmoreland Coyle" UNFORTUNATELY Georgia Ann and her husband has no headstone at their grave site. I took picture of the plot map located at the cemetery with her name and posted to her memorial page. her memorial # is 15770022.
If I can be any help just shoot me a msg.
Added by DebraAnnNelsonInman on Oct 09, 2012 9:01 PM
|Kim Curlin Wettroth||RE: Cynthia Curlin|
I just saw the pics for Cynthia Curlin grave - they are wonderful! Thanks! Really appreciate your effort.
Added by Kim Curlin Wettroth on Oct 07, 2012 6:30 AM
|Suzanne Hye||RE: Margaret Perrine|
Sadly, the graves (especially in the Perrine section) are very worn and hard to read. I magnified the picture but I really could only read "In Memory of Margaret Perrine." I will try to stop by the cemetery again (it's very close to my home) and clean the stone and retake the picture and see if I can tell what the rest of it says. I took pictures of all of the surrounding stones, I'm sure they are the other Perrines you were looking for but they are completely unreadable. I was hoping that my software would allow me to manipulate the editing in order to tell what they say, but I had very little luck.
Added by Suzanne Hye on Oct 02, 2012 7:42 AM
|robin||Walter Doppelmayer 92370774|
Walter is my grandmothers brother. Would it be possble to transfer him to me? Thank you for putting such a good photo of his gravestone.
Added by robin on Sep 29, 2012 4:11 PM
You are very welcome! When I took the photo of Oldis Ivan, I noticed John Samuel and Helen there so I just took a photo of them too,incase someone may want them too. So glad I could help you out.Carla:)
Added by Peace4me on Sep 06, 2012 6:24 PM
I finally got John Harrington in Oakland Cemetery linked to his parents. Is this a family member? Would you like him transferred to you?
Added by Carmen Gardiner on Aug 28, 2012 4:52 AM
|Pennola Nolan||RE: Mackey headstones|
No Janice there was no other engraving on the monument. I always look such as the ohter one I took of I beleive it was Charles.
Added by Pennola Nolan on Aug 23, 2012 10:31 AM
|susie hamilton||Maurice and Virginia Neely|
Thank you so much for your time to provide famlly members with these stones that bring them a little closer. I now live in Colorado Springs, Co. and do not make many trips back to Texas. Susie
Added by susie hamilton on Aug 06, 2012 1:44 PM
|Kris Jensen Pearson||RE: James McCone|
there is a notation on his Find A Grave memorial site, so I looked him up on Ancestry.com and found the cemetery certificate of his burial at Rock Island.
Added by Kris Jensen Pearson on Jul 30, 2012 12:21 PM