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Tracey (#47479380)
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jumpin jer
mathias kraus
Picture of headstone taken n posted to site. Ignore message that I couldnt find it.

Added by jumpin jer on May 01, 2014 7:16 PM

mcphail
RE: Emma Cole
Thanks for letting me know. I will check out the double entries! I appreciate it!

Added by mcphail on Feb 22, 2013 8:14 AM

Susan I. Grills
Mary Brown Samonds
I apologize in advance that my photo is just of the Samonds family plot marker. I located the plot, but no stone. It is possible she never had a marker. You will notice in the photo there is a sizable tree growing in the plot and there are lots of leaves and brush built up in the plot. I would have dug around in it to see if Mary has a flat marker there, but it is summer and I don't like snakes and spiders!! I will check again in the fall.

Added by Susan I. Grills on Aug 07, 2012 11:42 AM

Deb Poe
William and Elizabeth Highfill
Hi:) My name is Debbie Hundley Poe. I noticed that you left flowers on the memorials for William and Elizabeth Highfill that are buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Atchison County. I was doing some research and I don't think that they are buried in Kansas. I think that they are buried in Indiana. I am pretty sure that they are buried in Highfill Chapel Cemetery in Crawford County in Indiana. There is a listing for them in that cemetery on find a grave. That would be possible since I did a photo request and their graves couldn't be found in Atchison County. I am probably going to delete the memorial for them in the Mount Pleasant in Atchison County. I just wanted to let you know. Are you related to the Highfills? I am related to the Highfills through the Hundleys. Thanks,
Debbie Hundley Poe

Added by Deb Poe on May 31, 2012 3:40 PM

Edward Farmer
RE: Farmers
Tracey, thanks for the reply. I found Thomas' grave site. I hope we can keep in touch. I love doing ancestry research.
Ed

Added by Edward Farmer on May 21, 2012 1:58 PM

Edward Farmer
RE: Farmers
Hi Tracy,it is a pleasure to meet you. Yes that does help. My lineage is as follows:
ggg-grandfather Robert A. Farmer (1807-1889)
gg-grandfather William Farmer (1840-1890)
g-grandfather John Farmer (1858-1937)
grandfather Elbert Farmer (1893-1968)

All are buried at Beech Springs except my grandfather. He is buried a short distance away at Eastview.
Your gg-grandfather as well as the other children of Robert and Mahala are my 3rd great aunts/uncles.
If my calculations are correct, You and I are 3rd cousins once removed. I am always happy to meet new relatives no matter how distant.
Do you know if Thomas is buried in Beech Springs?
Thanks,
Ed

Added by Edward Farmer on May 20, 2012 9:17 PM

Edward Farmer
Farmers
Hi, by any chance are you related to the Farmers at Beech Springs Cemetery in Bradley County TN?
They are my ancestors and I am wondering if we are connected?
Thanks,
Edward Farmer

Added by Edward Farmer on May 17, 2012 5:53 PM

Clint Dunn
Sandra Williams
Hi, I have transferred Sandra's memorial to your care as you have a relation with her and I do not. I much prefer to have families take care of memorials.
At the time I was at Whidbey there had not been a regular headstone placed on her grave. (I live in SE Idaho) I hope to maike it back out to Whidbey this coming summer and at that time I shall try to get to the cemetery and take mmore pictures of headstones and if their is a new one for Sandra I will take a pic of it for you. Also their is a couple living on the Island that is real good about taking pictures so you might request a photo. If someone adds the photo of a regular headstone let me know using the edit link and I will remove my photo of the temporary marker.
Clint

Added by Clint Dunn on Mar 08, 2012 5:08 PM

Frank Murphy
RE: Joab and Nancy Rains
Happy to make your photo request.

Added by Frank Murphy on Sep 15, 2011 6:21 AM

Fort Hill Cemetery (Bradley County, TN)
Beech Springs Cemetery
I recently visited the Beech Springs Cemetery for the first time and the cemetery is very overgrown and needs a lot of attention. After making my visit I left taking my first case of chiggers along with a few ticks. I do plan to visit the cemetery during the winter months so I can photograph all of the stones there.

Added by Fort Hill Cemetery (Bradl... on Aug 23, 2011 10:49 PM

 
 

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