I found a picture that you posted to of James W Caudill Memorial# 79570126 of several Baptist Preachers. I was wondering what the source of the picture. James is a cousin by marriage but Hiram Fields (also in the photo) is my ancestor. Any help is appreciated. Thanks - Sarasota Steve
Added by Sinsinatus on Jul 03, 2015 10:55 AM
|Lorraine ||Francis Sturgill|
Record added: Jul 19, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 114044461
Hi . Researching Francis
He is the grandson of Francis SR who is burred at the Sturgill Cemetery on King Creek. I am wondering if this Francis is berried here also? There are markers for 7 Grandchildren of Francis SR.Not named. I will continue to search, Wife Rebecca Wells Sturgill-Hall- remarried and is berried in Ky
Added by Lorraine on Apr 22, 2015 12:27 AM
|Fredrick Carter||James Qualls #78667206|
James is listed in phyllis Peterson Cemetery Cats. (Cat #5 Page 190) as being buried in Qualls Cemetery - N. Clinchport #143 With his wife Nancy. Located on CR 646 (Bishoptown Road) just south of CR 718 This is a Duffield address
Added by Fredrick Carter on Mar 10, 2015 1:14 PM
|P Renee T||29505452|
Did this person ever marry Enoch Abney or your other grand parent.
reason I ask I have a copy of a document of marriage between Enoch Abney and Elizabeth Thomas
in August 1838.
I would love to find a correct place for these people and I find 2 of Elizabeth and yours was the one with little info on in here
From the way the document looks James Thomas was Elizabeth's father
I have this document in my Ancestry as of today.
Added by P Renee T on Dec 21, 2014 8:32 AM
I am trying to locate relatives of Michael "James" Jones. Do you have any idea where his grandchildren might be located? children of James Dale? or where Ethel Marie is? My mother was sister of Dora J. his wife.
Della Hill Stewart
Added by Della Stewart on Oct 23, 2014 3:06 PM
|Debbie Hawkins||Mary Herring|
Thanks for all the great information. Just curious to know if, since Mary Herring is rumored to be of Cherokee descent, you know which of her parents were Cherokee? Or what is her story?
Added by Debbie Hawkins on Sep 06, 2013 7:58 PM
|joyce newland gray||thanks for al the information Adams and Sturgills|
Tricia thanks for all the photos and information for the Adams and Sturgills. I was married to your uncle Chester Sturgills son,Tony. We had to children and they will enjoy all of this information. How is Chester your uncle? Do you have any more old photos of Chesters family if so maybe we could talk and work something out my e mail : email@example.com.Thanks again
Joyce Newland Gray
Added by joyce newland gray on Jun 27, 2013 12:31 PM
|Rita Wilcox Cook||Samuel Isaacs|
Thank you for the information you have added on my husbands 4th great grandfather Samuel Isaacs, who is buried at the Samuel Isaacs Cemetary outisde the town of Vincent, Kentucky.
We are planning a weeks road trip in April to visit cemeteries, etc of his family which are located throughout Kentucky and Tennessee. We are so excited to find this information and have located the cemetery on Google Earth. We can't wait to visit.
Thank you again.
Danny and Rita Wilcox Cook
Added by Rita Wilcox Cook on Feb 09, 2013 7:12 PM
|Peter Morgan||Hannah Wade Lathrop & Thomas Lathrop|
Thank you for taking photos of the markers for my 6th great grand aunt and her husband. Did you keep a record of the inscriptions? At any rate, may I have your permission to use the photos in my ancestry.com family tree?
Added by Peter Morgan on Nov 25, 2012 8:21 AM
|Trippy Von Brainstorm||Sturgill|
I left something for you at your Sturgill memorial page.
Added by Trippy Von Brainstorm on Sep 30, 2012 11:23 PM
|cynthia staples||Staples in Staples Street Cemetery|
Thanks so much! Great pictures and good finds. Much appreciated!
Added by cynthia staples on Nov 25, 2011 3:37 PM
|Jude||RE: Joseph Barney|
Small world!!! great to meet you - and in such an interesting way!!! Thanks for the offer. I added you to the 'Friends' so i don't lose you.
Added by Jude on Oct 29, 2011 1:04 PM
Found you addition of Joseph Barney today, my 7th g-grandfather. Thanks
Added by Jude on Oct 29, 2011 11:41 AM
|Jude||RE: Mr. & Mrs. Lentz|
Well,they are very close. He is in Section C and she in section B in this relatively small part of the Cemetery. If you click on the picture I posted of her, you will find the notes regarding her location. Anyone who lives to be 104 should have had a headstone!!!
BTW - I see you are in MA. I have tons of MA relatives. I may write you in the future.
Added by Jude on Oct 29, 2011 10:08 AM
I am glad to be able to help. Thank you for the pictures that you were able to provide for these memorials.
Added by Kim Gelina on Oct 25, 2011 1:20 PM
|DHunt||Lyda Crumpley Gold|
I'm pretty sure we corresponded before. I descend from the Golds. I would have to look to see how I relate to Green Gold, he s not a direct line. I added your information to my Ancestry tree about 2 months ago I think. I usually don't write alot about someone of Find A Grave but I would be glad to transfer the grave if you would like to add more.
Added by DHunt on Oct 11, 2011 6:54 PM
|Dawna Westbrook||Barney Photos|
Thanks so much for your work to get the Barney family photos. You've made it easier to understand what the situation is also. Joseph is my 9th great grandfather....never would have dreamed to find anything from that far back at all.
Added by Dawna Westbrook on Oct 03, 2011 10:38 AM
|Tim & Grace||Live Long and Prosper \V/,|
When you type the Vulcan salute on this you need to type in two backslashes, then a capital V, then one forward slash, then don't forget the comma for the thumb! (for some reason the first backslash disappears)
Leonard Nimoy was a great role model growing up! He still is. He gave a lot to the character of Spock, and plying that role brought out the best in him.
Sincerely, Tim :)
Added by Tim & Grace on Sep 24, 2011 10:30 AM
|Tim & Grace||Mama don't take my Photo Flo away|
Nowadays they like to use Kodak "Photo Flo" to clean off gravestones... but I think it is quite expensive. It would probably cost thousands of dollars to clean the stones in this cemetery alone. Not likely to happen in this depressed economy. Too many people struggling to stay alive to be THAT concerned for the dead.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
Live Long and Prosper \V/,
Added by Tim & Grace on Sep 24, 2011 8:47 AM
|Tim & Grace||Mission: Impossible|
I was there a year ago and took photos of some of theWillis gravestones that I posted to this cemetery. Yes, it is unfortunate that these gravestones are so hard to read. It is so strange to think that these gravestones will last much longer on the ethernet than out in the elements.
Even though it is hard to read, could you still take a photo of the gravestone? She is in Section D, #214. near the center of the cemetery, in between her husband, Edward Lathrop, #213 and Baranabas Lathrop, #215.
In memory of
Mr. Edward Lathrop.
She died Dec. ye 24,
1 7 7 4,
in ye 80 year
of her age.
[Epitaphs of Old Bridgewater by Williams Latham]
I will place a request for Barnabas Lathrop as well.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Added by Tim & Grace on Sep 24, 2011 7:43 AM