|Linda Davis||RE: Baker County Cemeterys|
".....and others have created many of my family."
Most long-time members of Find A Grave created thousands of memorials for strangers by walking cemeteries, taking photo and record grave sites.
It was only in the recent years that members were just doing their family trees and...at times, recording dead ancestors instead of grave sites.
Added by Linda Davis on Sep 24, 2014 7:05 PM
|Gone Gravin||Viola Feazle Garrett Thomas 90178844|
I just ran across your message from several months ago. Not sure how I missed it but I did. I have updated iola's memorial baased on research conducted today, and have sent the link to her memorial through Harry Thomas's memorial. Family links only go from child to parent and spouse to spouse, so I could not like Harry to Viola as you requested.
Sorry for the delay :(
Added by Gone Gravin on Apr 25, 2014 5:18 PM
|Jerry Green||Memorial# 82410445|
Sorry for not getting with you sooner. I would be happy for a transfer of this memorial.
Find A Grave id 46809530,
Thanks DJ Jerry
Added by Jerry Green on Dec 10, 2013 8:29 AM
We continue the search among very aged markers.
Added by John on Nov 09, 2013 10:45 AM
|Mary Beth||RE: John Penn Brock|
Hello. Thank you. I have seen that link. Interesting.
Added by Mary Beth on Sep 23, 2013 4:18 PM
|L.M. Shiver Thomas||Howard Memorials|
Many thanks for the Howard memorials.
Thank you for your time and dedication
to preserving ancestral history.
L.M. Shiver Thomas
Added by L.M. Shiver Thomas on Sep 07, 2013 9:11 AM
|Douglas Morgan||RE: Olustee Battlefield -Baker County|
I never post anything unless there is no doubt that the grave isn't there. I only have posted a problem with one because I had the cemetery layout in front of me. When I do get some free time, I usually do a follow up. Some of the graves in that cemetery are unmarked but saying "I do not know?" will never be my response. I try to be accurate. Thanks
Added by Douglas Morgan on Aug 27, 2013 5:03 PM
|Denny Jackson||RE: Wise James|
Thanks for the heads up. I did create a dupe. I transcribed a cemetery book and some names were listed twice. I missed this one. Thanks again.
Added by Denny Jackson on Aug 20, 2013 6:12 PM
Well I googled it and you are right. The Union soldiers who died were buried in a mass grave somewhere on the State Park Property.
Added by Desertthorn on Aug 04, 2013 8:42 AM
Thanks so much. The 115th INF REG out of NY lost over half of its troops at Olustee and I have yet to find a burial.
I wonder if other local cemeteries were used to bury the dead.
Appreciate your information
Added by Desertthorn on Aug 02, 2013 2:33 PM
|Desertthorn||Olustee Battlefield Cemetery|
Can you tell me anything about this cemetery. I am looking for some men who died in the battle from the 115th Inf in NY and I'm wondering if you know if all the interned have been identified and if they are all on line.
Added by Desertthorn on Jul 29, 2013 12:37 PM
|Glenda Barry||RE: Clarence O Thomas, Jr|
Thanks for the info, I have deleted the record. Have a good day!
Added by Glenda Barry on Jun 10, 2013 8:13 AM
|John||RE: Dillard M Hurt 79086320|
These "Hurt" graves are all in a cluster in the extreme SE corner area. They are in the center plane of the width from E/W, and about 1/3 back from the N (front) of that section. I could draw it out roughly if you wish?
Added by John on Apr 24, 2013 10:22 AM
I have not yet located Frank Crutchfields actual grave. I was there last summer, and went ahead and included the marker for the cenetery. I do have photos of other Crutchfield graves in the same cemetery. I worked on this for a long time.
I hope to get back out there this year and do more to try and be able to read some of the more difficult stones. THere are many that are crude - hand made and some are just completely smooth at this point. I will let you know if I do indeed identify this grave for you.
Added by LKestel on Mar 29, 2013 11:29 AM
|John||RE: Dillard M Hurt 79086320|
We will be doing volunteer work soon at South Union and I will take a look for you.
Added by John on Mar 21, 2013 3:24 PM
|John||Dillard Hurt/Auburn, Ky/|
I have submitted a recent photo of this marker for your consideration. The stone is down on its back, very clean and probably safer than if standing. I saw no base piece anywhere near this marker. Please feel comfort in deleting this submission if it does not serve a purpose.
Added by John on Mar 04, 2013 10:11 AM
|Colleen Arnold||RE: Gatlin's in Macedonia Cem, Baker Co Fl|
Wow, that would be fantastic!! I really appreciate it! Would be a nice Christmas present! :)
Added by Colleen Arnold on Nov 27, 2012 9:20 PM
|Carrie PARLER-GIBSON||RE: Fish - North Prong FLorida|
Thank you for your kind offer, but that is not necessary. I am sure you will do a good job.
Added by Carrie PARLER-GIBSON on Oct 16, 2012 2:26 PM
|Denny Roach||RE: Collier|
On the Paint Lick Cemetery, I still have about 300 pictures to identify and then figure whoo is already in Find A Grave and who is not. Since I have started, I have added 175 different people. In the 5 section layout, I had someone work Section One which the original section and I did Section's 2 and 5. I only got half way done with section 5. I started at the fenceline where the cows are and headed up towards the glass chapel. Majority of the stones in Section 1 are not very readible.
Added by Denny Roach on Oct 15, 2012 11:39 AM
|Denny Roach||RE: Aaeon Collier - Paint Lick|
I am just a volunteer who lives in Georgia and travells back to Kentucky to try and document my ancestors. While I am in these various cemeteries, I try to photograph the entire cemetery since I am not exactally sure where they are residing. I still have about another 400 pictures to id and then verify against Find A Grave. Who was Aaron Collier's wife? Would also like to talk to you about the Collier family since they are part of my Scott. Ray and Brown lines.
Added by Denny Roach on Oct 12, 2012 2:00 PM
|Barbara Cox||RE: Bernice WIlliams, Macclenny|
The Thomas William Williams would be a place to start, especially if they are buried near each other. The years are right. in 1900, Thomas b in FL March 1871, who married Sara in 1892, is living with Sara, and children Hazel and Charles in Macclenny so that could be him in the same cemetery. Good luck.
Added by Barbara Cox on Sep 12, 2012 3:09 PM
|Linda Doyle Bow Ash of Kentucky USA||Carroll|
I just finished adding photos for Stockholm Cem. in Edmonson Co. Ky. There wasn't a James Carroll unless in unmarked grave. I didn't see an unmarked grave either. My grand parents are buried there as well as others. Sorry. Wish I could have found Your James. But check out the other Carroll's grave photos that I put on .
Added by Linda Doyle Bow Ash of Ke... on Aug 11, 2012 12:01 AM
|Antonio Clarkson||RE: Clarkson -Piney Grove|
I just figured this out...He's buried in Saint Marys, i just discovered it and found a link to a cousin whom i just emailed.Thank you so much for the response and all of your effort.
Added by Antonio Clarkson on Jul 20, 2012 11:53 PM
|Antonio Clarkson||RE: Clarkson Piney Grove|
Hi..i don't know where the plot is,he is my uncle killed in vietnam 1968 PFC Gerald Joseph Clarkson.Thank you for the response very kind of you.
Added by Antonio Clarkson on Jul 20, 2012 11:18 PM
|Dennis Pearse||RE: Wanbaugh photo|
YOU GOT 4 FOR THE PRICE OF ONE ON THE OUTHER
SIDE OF THE STONE IS CHARLES & MARTHA A. UMPLEBY
Added by Dennis Pearse on Jul 15, 2012 6:14 AM