|April Uhl Brooks||I am moving Memorial|
This is the Cemetery for your family....High Point Presbyterian Church Cemetery Bristol Washington County VA ..
I have photographed all headstones and markers for this cemetery that I can find and will be posting them soon...
After I have added the information and photos...I will transfer your family memorial to you so you can maintain it and add your family Bio.
My father lives just across from the cemetery and it is a beautiful place .
April Uhl Brooks
Added by April Uhl Brooks on Oct 18, 2013 4:38 PM
|April Uhl Brooks||High Point Cemetery|
Located 24168 Highpoint Road Bristol Va and not Abingdon va. Can you update the address please I have taken pictures of the whole cemetery and will be posting the headstones and adding any one that is not already listed. I am on vacation at my dads home beside the cemetery and will post when I return to Florida thanks for your help
Added by April Uhl Brooks on Oct 15, 2013 5:53 PM
|Walter C. Harper||Rebecca Harper|
Thank you for the photo.She is my great grand aunt.
Added by Walter C. Harper on Jul 09, 2013 12:54 PM
|sharon spicer||Clara Auvil|
Went back to Blue Ridge Gardens today and they had been looking back in their books before everything was loaded onto the computer and good news. They had the last name spelled Annil. The stone has Auvil. Blue Ridge has corrected their records and we took the picture.
Added by sharon spicer on Apr 10, 2013 9:10 AM
|Mark Browning||Picture John Muss Memorial# 2572644|
I wanted to thank you again for taking the photo of my 3G Grandfather. I am working a newlestter for the Bullit County Kentucky Genealogical Society as well as a short book about the Muss family. John is the original immigrant of this line of my family. I would like to use your headstone picture in the publication. Can you please provide me the name of the artist that you would this photo listed under so that you receive proper credit for citation purposes?
Thank you very much in advance,
Mark Douglas Browning
Added by Mark Browning on Nov 21, 2011 10:39 AM
Thank you very much for photo of Guy's headstone.
Added by cryptkeeper on Oct 25, 2011 7:49 PM
To find the Akers Cemetery, imagine standing in the road looking at the Jeffrey Post Office. Then above the post office, on top of the hill is/was a sign for the cemetery. To reach it, walk around to the right of the post office, next to the railroad tracks, and look on your left. There should be a narrow path going up the hill. It is fenced in, but often the weeds are grown up around the fence. It has been a number of years since I've been there, but I believe this will get you there.
Added by Pam on Oct 10, 2011 5:12 PM
|Scott Oney||Walsh's at Salyer Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the photos of the Walsh family at Salyer Cemetery. I noticed on the main picture the Walsh family headstone with the four smaller individual headstones below them. Did you happen to photograph the other ones besides Mosolete? Clerinda was my third great grandmother so I am quite certain I am related to all the Walsh's at that site. Any futher info/pictures would be greatly appreciated. Again, thank you!
Added by Scott Oney on Aug 01, 2011 4:16 PM
|Terena Licht||Catherine Snepp|
Thank you so much for the wonderful pictures you took of her headstone. I am amazed at how great the pictures turned out and the great condition of the headstones. What you do is so important for the ancestors!
Added by Terena Licht on Jun 21, 2011 8:17 PM
I'm glad I was able to find the pix for you.
Added by FamTreeHunter on Jun 20, 2011 3:12 PM
|Debra||James Dennis Miller|
Thank you for the photo, and your time.
Added by Debra on Jun 08, 2011 10:49 PM
|Betty Stripling||Johann George Anspach|
Thank you for putting these photos on Find-A-Grave - they are much appreciated by his ancestors.
Added by Betty Stripling on Jun 08, 2011 10:03 AM
|Betty Stripling||Sarah Anspach|
Thank you so much for the great pics of Sarah's gravestone. Really appreciate that.
Added by Betty Stripling on Jun 08, 2011 9:58 AM
Thanks for photographing the headstone of George Weidman, a Civil War veterans of Company E, 103rd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and for adding it to his memorial.
Added by William Stark on Jun 07, 2011 4:55 PM
|Kelley Bean||Charles Swiger photo|
Thanks so much for getting out to Dayton National to fill my request - I imagine that was quite the undertaking!!
Added by Kelley Bean on Jun 07, 2011 11:54 AM
|Tom Pottenger||James Leonard Pottenger photo|
Thank you so very much for taking this photo of my Uncle Jim's headstone. He is my father's brother and this means a great deal to my family.
Added by Tom Pottenger on Jun 07, 2011 11:11 AM
|Donna D. McGinty||Lindsay|
Thanks a bunch for taking and sending the picture. His family is very grateful
Added by Donna D. McGinty on Jun 07, 2011 10:58 AM
Thank you so much for the pictures of Joseph Harris's stone. I really appreciate it and know it takes time to do this. Thank you so much.
Added by eleanor kessler on Jun 07, 2011 9:23 AM
You are so thoughtful to volunteer with Find-a-Grave. What a pleasant surprise to open my e-mail and find a message that you had posted a photograph of my great-great grandfather Andrew Duty's tombstone. Thank you! -- JoLynne Martinez
Added by JoLynne on Jun 07, 2011 9:08 AM
|Mark Browning||John Muss at Dayton National Cemetery|
Thank you so much for posting the photos of my great, great, great grandfather in Dayton National Cemetery. Your efforts are greatly appreciated!
Added by Mark Browning on Jun 07, 2011 8:54 AM
|Dennis Brandt||Dayton photos|
Added by Dennis Brandt on Jun 07, 2011 8:52 AM
|Hannah Kepple||Susanna Landis Metzger Keeney|
Thank You so much for the photo of the grave of Susanna Keeney. She was a distant relative of mine. Thanks Again. Hannah Metzker Kepple
Added by Hannah Kepple on Jun 07, 2011 8:41 AM
Thank you so much for the picture of Paul Hall's headstone!
Added by Terri on Jun 07, 2011 7:58 AM
Thanks for the photo, however, her last name is Keener, as seen on the stone. Again, thanks for sharing.
Added by Glenn on Jun 02, 2011 6:54 AM
|Richard Schultheiss||RE: Vance Fork Cemetery, Morgan County|
Thanks for the helpful information, and for the copperhead waring..:)
You know its funny: with all the cemeteries I've been too in Morgan County, about 40 in all, I've never seen one snake. I don't know if it's luck or just a matter of not seeing them. It's weird either way.
Added by Richard Schultheiss on Jun 01, 2011 4:16 AM