|Madalyn Riley Williams||Bethany Cemetary|
Thank you for your work in the Bethany Cemetary
in Houston County. I am related to all the Jones/Lockhart/Riley families buried here. Would you please add photos of headstones to these families?
Jessie Lockhart Riley is my mother.
Madalyn Riley Williams
Added by Madalyn Riley Williams on Jun 12, 2013 8:38 AM
|Reeda short||lillian Hutcherson|
Thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to... make my day. Your act of kindness was very much appreciated!
Added by Reeda short on Jun 09, 2013 8:38 AM
|Donna Haskins Medford||Memorial# 95359501|
Please take control of this for me. thank you so much.
Added by Donna Haskins Medford on Jun 08, 2013 5:56 PM
|Andy Appleby||William and Gladys Adkins Grave|
I have posted a photo request for Wm. and Gladys Adkins and you have claimed them twice but you never post a photo of there grave. What is going on ? If you do not have photos to post then please do not claim them. Thank You, Andy
Added by Andy Appleby on Jun 01, 2013 1:37 PM
|betty reese||Samuel James|
Joseph, just wanted to let you know that I did notice the difference in the death date on the tombstone. I put a not on the memorial for Samuel so all could see why I left it as Nov 17, 1939. I do believe that an error was made on the tombstone.
Again thanks for the photo.
Added by betty reese on May 17, 2013 6:48 AM
|betty reese||Samuel & Beadie James|
Thanks so much for the tombstone photos for Samuel and Beadie.
Added by betty reese on May 17, 2013 6:06 AM
|Syd Gardner||Many thanks for the links to ~|
The memorials for Pauline Tarpley's parents! I'm partial to the memorials of those children of whatever age who never made it to adulthood & it's particularly rewarding when I'm able to link their memorials to those of their parents, since that's one of the few ways I can make their memorials more complete!
Added by Syd Gardner on May 17, 2013 6:04 AM
|Sylvia Warren||RE: James Irons dups|
You are welcome, Sir. I knew it just had to be a system problem to duplicate it 4 times.
Hope all is well in your neck of the woods,
Added by Sylvia Warren on May 16, 2013 9:06 PM
|K. Martin||RE: James and Amanda|
Hello Joseph - thanks for your prompt response as to the source of the information. I will probably be looking at the book when I next get here - or when I get to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.
Thanks for the offer of management, but as I am not a direct relative, I will leave the memorials in your capable hands. James and Amanda are my husband's great great great grandparents. You will notice that I linked one of their sons (my husband's great great grandfather) to their memorial.
And I will make the contact you suggest to ask about the marker - James and Amanda have at least one child buried in this cemetery - Susan Mullins.
Added by K. Martin on Apr 29, 2013 6:22 AM
|K. Martin||James and Amanda Ross Kennedy|
Thank you for your recent posting James Kennedy and Amanda Ross Kennedy (memorial # 106661323 and # 106661259.) I did not know where they were buried until I found your posting. I had been searching in Montgomery and Dickson counties - because that is where some of their children ended up. Eventually I would have looked at Stewart county, but this has been much much faster.
I have added a picture for Amanda - unfortunately, I don't have a picture for James.
I was wondering if you could give me the source of their birth and death dates for both of them. If it is from a marker in the cemetery, I will add a request for photos.
Thanks for all of your work on findagrave. Amazing what you can find on this site! A first cousin that our family had lost track of in the 1950s found me because I posted her mother on findagrave. Check out memorial # 20550350.
Added by K. Martin on Apr 28, 2013 5:44 PM
|Cally ♥||Patricia Brown|
Joseph, Thank you for sending me the memorial number to link Patricia to her Father Larry.
Added by Cally ♥ on Apr 27, 2013 6:14 PM
|Syd Gardner||Regarding Plainview, Tennessee ~|
in the Death Certificate for Mrs Sarah Bryant Lee, it is listed as a village in M
It's probably a lot like a small community in my home area of Montana, many years ago called Ridgelawn by the locals: There were only about 4 families living there for many, many years, but still everyone knew it as Ridgelawn.
Added by Syd Gardner on Apr 24, 2013 6:37 PM
|Scott P||Oscar and Henry Grinter at Belmont Cemetery|
Thanks for you Help no need to Transfer Ida. Scott
Added by Scott P on Apr 18, 2013 2:21 PM
|Roe Lane||Sarah Sallie Vandiveer Murphey|
Concerning Sallie's maiden name. The only Sally Flood I could find in th 1850 Robertson Co. TN census was Sally Flood married to Dewd Flood. Sally was 18 years old and Dewd was 21. In the 1870 census they were still married His name was spelled Duett and they still lived in Robertson Co. From what I can find Sarah's middle name was Vandiveer and I had it incorrect in the Find A Grave memorial. I have always found her to be a Murphey but could not be 100% sure of it as have never found a document directly linking her. She was a very interesting person having been married at least four times and in her later years was a midwife who delivered many babies in the Leatherwood Asbury area of Stewart County in the 1900 to 1912 period. Thanks for the input.
Added by Roe Lane on Apr 17, 2013 3:27 PM
|Elaine Berkowitz||RE: Jasper Dillihay stone|
I don't want you to have to make a 2nd trip so to save the 2nd trip I have cropped the car out of the photo. Look and see what you think.
Added by Elaine Berkowitz on Apr 04, 2013 2:48 PM
|Leaton Clark||RE: Wood transfers|
Many thanks for this....I'll get additional info added and make the family links shortly.
Have a great day,
Added by Leaton Clark on Apr 04, 2013 7:42 AM
|Mary Ann Lee||RE: Averitt Cemetery Corrections|
The photo shows 1883 pretty clearly, I think. I have changed the date.
Added by Mary Ann Lee on Apr 01, 2013 10:29 AM
|mas||Suggest deleting "Lula E B..." Monument already posted|
Lula E B was already listed Find A Grave. Please see the following:
Eula Elizabeth Boyd "Bettie" Adams Adkins
Added by mas on Mar 27, 2013 11:42 AM
|M. A. Claxton||Lelia Yarbrough McFall correction|
Thank you for your suggestion about Lelia's birth year. We had taken the year 1870 from her death certificate where the information had been given by her son, Jim. I changed the date to agree with the tombstone but also put a note as to what the death certificate says. Her tombstone date agrees more closely with all of the census records.
Added by M. A. Claxton on Mar 23, 2013 9:05 AM
|LesaK||William Hillard Barnes|
Joseph, Good morning and you have been busy. In regard to the mentioned I believe his father is Barney W. Barnes #36900378
He has a sister that is now connected to Barney W. Barnes and both his and his sister's obits state Barney is the father. What do you think?
Added by LesaK on Mar 21, 2013 9:48 AM
|Mary Ann Lee||Averitt Cemetery Corrections|
I have made the additions you sent me, thanks for those! There are two remaining I'm not sure about:
Arthur P Hassell is listed in my book as
"HASSELL, A.P., born 5 May 1865, died 16(?) 1922."
Considering the question mark they put there it might have been hard to read. Did your book say a different year?
Henry Y Seals is listed in my book as
"SEALS, Henry, son of A.W. and M.S., born and died 27 August 1863."
If your book says 1883, I'm not sure how to know which is correct unless someone could look for the marker. I don't live near Dickson County, so I will put in a request, maybe we can get a photo and determine which is correct.
Added by Mary Ann Lee on Mar 18, 2013 12:20 PM
|Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen||Marylin Greaux|
Thanks for taking the time & effort to go out and get the photo that I requested. It is very much appreciated.
I appreciate that you got to know me a little and made the lovely offer regarding Ludwig memorials. I do not, however, have any Ludwig family in that area of the country.
Added by Gail Schinnerer Jorgense... on Mar 17, 2013 1:05 AM
|Syd Gardner||Thank you so much for ~|
the very informative obituaries for both William Henry Phillips and Terry Wayne Ruffin, & both have now been added to their respective memorials, minus, of course, references to anyone still living (except for the religious officiants).
I now have several virtual cemeteries for those of my memorials without birth dates, so that I can go back from time to time trying to locate that information so that my memorials can be more complete.
your own efforts in this regard are very refreshing.
Added by Syd Gardner on Mar 16, 2013 7:28 AM
I wanted to thank you for the changes. I like for the memorials to be as accurate as possible. Keep the changes coming.
Added by LesaK on Mar 15, 2013 1:53 PM
|LesaK||Daniel Dawson, Leatherwood Cemetery|
You gave me a birth year as 1805 and a death year as 1933. Could you clarify this for me. Thanks.
Added by LesaK on Mar 14, 2013 9:28 AM