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Sue Lee Johnson (#47713047)
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Brenda Gray Nipp
Woodrow Simmons
Thank you so much for taking your time to photo the headstone of Woodrow Simmons.

Brenda G Nipp

Added by Brenda Gray Nipp on Jun 11, 2014 5:35 PM

Neil Loftiss
RE: Betty Wells Finger
Hi Sue!
I didn't know Betty personally, but I know her son, Michael, who works for the Memphis Magazine. He works under the pen name "Vance Lauderdale", so you might want to add him as a friend. He posts quite a bit of interesting things. I have added his Mom & Dad, he is on Findagrave, but doesn't want me to transfer them yet (?). Anyway, I will when he asks for them.

Added by Neil Loftiss on Jun 09, 2014 12:15 PM

Bedelia Elllison
RE: Peter and Anna Booker
You are more than welcome.

Added by Bedelia Elllison on Jun 05, 2014 4:49 PM

Patrick Whitney
RE: Joseph Crouch
I have found that military cemeteries and Jewish cemeteries are the easiest to mass-photograph. Organized and neat, they are.

Added by Patrick Whitney on May 25, 2014 6:53 PM

Patrick Whitney
Joseph Crouch
I see that you took a picture of a man named Joseph Crouch over at West TN Veterans State Cemetery. Thank you. I knew the man well and I worked with him for a time here in Millington (at a convenience store). He was a good guy.

Added by Patrick Whitney on May 24, 2014 9:18 PM

Kathleen Clemence
RE: Gerald Phillip Booker
No problem Sue Lee - glad to help. And yes you have my permission to use my photograph if you credit me as the source. Appreciate you asking.

Kathleen

Added by Kathleen Clemence on May 09, 2014 10:06 AM

Carole McCaig
John Bryant - West TN Vets
Thank you so very much for your spirit of caring and sharing in adding the headstone photo for me! I appreciate your time and energy in all you do for Find A Grave and family members searching for information!

Added by Carole McCaig on May 06, 2014 5:48 PM

Pennsylvania Lady
Lawrence Eugene "Larry" Clark, Sr
Great photo, good job. I appreciate all your help with this matter.

It is hard to believe that someone would be willing to make a memorial and then have it messed up with that photo.

Thanks agina
Pennsylvania Lady

Added by Pennsylvania Lady on May 03, 2014 12:29 PM

Shirley Taylor-Hopkins
Delays
I am sorry you are upset.
My computer crashed & then 12/2 I had emergency surgery. Dr. said if I had not gotten to hospital when I did I would be dead. They took out appendix and part of both intestines. Came home Thurs. & within 3 hrs. I was back in ambulance to hospital. I lost 30# in 2 wks. Weighed 90# when I left the hospital the 2nd time.
It has been horrible just trying to stay on my feet.
It is one day at a time with the Lord's help.
When I got new computer I had 984 e-mails; so yes I was behind. Most have been taken care of.
Again I am sorry you got upset...God Bless
Shirley

Added by Shirley Taylor-Hopkins on Apr 27, 2014 2:20 PM

Rebecca R
RE: Edward W Booker
You're most welcome!

Added by Rebecca R on Apr 25, 2014 9:11 AM

Linda Claxton
RE: West TN State Veteran's Cemetery
It's my pleasure! We have a "grumpy" assistant in our office here too. There seems to be a lot of "jumping" around with national cemeteries these days but I can see why folks want their relatives nearby. As for the statement "if there's a monument here...they're buried here", WELL... Look at my memorial for Asa Morton Find A Grave Memorial# 94935003. He's not buried here. This is a cenotaph for him, which is why I checked to see if the plot at Ft Rosecrans for the Butlers still had a marker. Any time you see "In memory of" at the top of the headstone or marker there are no remains or cremains buried. It's their way of telling us it is a cenotaph. And I have heard of ashes being in two different cemeteries, with two different spouses. We just have to do our homework for these memorials.

I sent you some edits to change the plot numbers via the new system, there should be a tab on your contributor's page, just next to your contributor's tools tab =]

Thank-you very much for the great photos for the other Butlers at West TN!!! I appreciate what you do!

Added by Linda Claxton on Apr 18, 2014 1:19 PM

Wade Davis
Joseph Krouse
I took the photo you requested and added photos and GPS for spouse Nettie as well. I requested an edit on the death date for Joseph from 1922 to 1972 as per the grave marker.

Best regards,
Wade Davis

Added by Wade Davis on Apr 17, 2014 2:11 PM

Linda Claxton
RE: Catherine Butler
When Find a Grave uploaded the VA records they were listed at Ft Rosecrans. Now the VA is listing them both at West Tennessee. The plot at Rosecrans is for ashes only and their names would appear on the same stone (if there still is one). Since Catherine is a vet also she is entitled to a plot of her own next to her spouse who is a vet. I sent edits so they can be linked together at West Tennessee. There is a small chance that there might be a cenotaph marker for them at Rosecrans. If not I'll have the two merged into yours. From the photos posted both are interred in West Tennessee. I'll keep you posted.

Linda

Added by Linda Claxton on Apr 16, 2014 6:16 PM

Linda Claxton
Catherine Butler
Hi- I claimed your request at Ft Rosecrans. It looks like she was disinterred and moved to West Tennessee Veterans. I will check to see if there's a cenotaph for her at Rosecrans.

Linda

Added by Linda Claxton on Apr 16, 2014 4:45 PM

Tony Bell
RE: Verna Larch
Happy to do it!

Tony

Added by Tony Bell on Apr 03, 2014 1:00 PM

Lionel Stegall
RE: Fritz Mallard
You are most welcome. Lionel

Added by Lionel Stegall on Apr 02, 2014 7:35 AM

Chad Daniel
RE: Wow!
This started with me researching my family and their grave sites. Then, I realized how many photo requests were out there, so as I am traveling around for school or home etc.. I find local cemetaries and get to walking! I love this and being a Southern Studies major at Ole Miss it allows me another way to see history via the cemeteries and their stories!

Added by Chad Daniel on Mar 26, 2014 8:20 PM

Chad Daniel
RE: The Jones Family
You are very welcome! If I can ever be of any assistance in the Central and North Mississippi area just let me know.

Added by Chad Daniel on Mar 26, 2014 8:07 PM

Michael Friedman
RE: Gene Driver
You are most welcome!!

Added by Michael Friedman on Mar 09, 2014 3:52 PM

John Merrill
Re: Wm. Edward Booker
I have made the additions you requested, however, you should be aware that due to privacy concerns, survivors should never be listed on memorials unless they are from very old obit's. or bio's.
J.M.

Added by John Merrill on Mar 03, 2014 7:09 PM

CindyS
Jim O "Jimbo" Stuart
Hi Sue - Hope all is going well!! I did update Jims information but I also transferred him to you since he was a close friend of yours. Take care and have a Great Day! Cindy

Added by CindyS on Feb 17, 2014 11:14 AM

wafe
RE: Louise Nance Tinkle
Thank you for transferring her memorial.
Steve

Added by wafe on Feb 11, 2014 9:37 PM

wafe
RE: Louise Nance Tinkle
Thank you for updating her memorial.

I'm willing to maintain the memorial if you want to transfer it. She is a relative, but only a 3rd cousin once removed.

thanks/
Steve

Added by wafe on Feb 11, 2014 2:11 PM

Mike F
Harry Clyde Ferguson
Bless you for that photo you did March 2012, I just noticed it now. I'd been down there in the past looking for him, didn't have any luck at the time.

Added by Mike F on Feb 11, 2014 10:47 AM

Kathy Curle Ward
The Bookers in New Salem and Wiers Chapel Cemeteries
I was looking on the Tippah County website and ran across part of an article published in the Southern Sentinel 10/13/1927. I am copying it in this e mail. BOOKER FAMILY (101327) killed Friday were Johnny Booker, age 57; his daughter, Lottie, age 17; Jim Booker, age 25; his wife, age 25; and their 9 month old son / injured was Clayton Nix, son-in-law of Johnny Booker, and J.P. Booker, 13 year old son of Johnny Booker / Johnny Booker was a son of Jim Booker of Palmer / Jim Booker was a cousin from north Tippah / wife of Jim was nee Proctor / John and Lottie were buried at Wiers Chapel, Jim and family at New Salem. I was wondering if there was a fire to kill 5 of these family members on the same day. Unfortunately the article is not the entire article from the paper so some additional information may be found in the paper. Thanks, Kathy

Added by Kathy Curle Ward on Jan 28, 2014 5:45 PM

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