|heidic208||RE: Frederick James LeClair|
Happy to do it.
Added by heidic208 on May 06, 2016 7:40 AM
Have put some other Hopkins photos on.
After four yrs - got access only to be challenged by growth. Will take chain saw or weed eater next time.
Added by RainbowGal on Apr 13, 2016 2:56 PM
|june adkinson||bay minette|
I am sorry to say my search was empty. I went to the funeral home which handled the funerals. I was shown two things 4 maps of grounds with last names on each plot. And a binder that a person had logged all graves with headstones. If there was no marker they were not in the book. There are over 4,000 graves. I tried to walk it but after 4 hours did not even see more than 200.
Added by june adkinson on Mar 05, 2016 4:12 PM
|june adkinson||by minette|
I will be going there tomorrow It is about 45 miles away ans over 4,000 graves I will try
Added by june adkinson on Mar 04, 2016 7:20 PM
|janice oliver||Pics of Cooks Gravesite|
Mary, you are so very welcome. Do you happen to know why they were buried in the Harris Cemetery? Were any of them related to the Harris folks?
Added by janice oliver on Mar 03, 2016 9:30 PM
|Jeff Whitehead||RE: Louisa Norton|
I have made the additions to her memorial as you requested. I put her maiden name as Morse. It's more likely spelled this way, we also have a Morse St. here in the City. If you would like I would be happy to transfer her to your care.
Added by Jeff Whitehead on Dec 30, 2015 9:33 AM
|Carol Busboom||RE: Orie taylor|
You are so welcome!
Added by Carol Busboom on Oct 04, 2015 6:51 AM
|Carol Busboom||RE: Orie taylor|
You are so welcome. Thanks for the acknowledgement!
Added by Carol Busboom on Sep 30, 2015 6:16 PM
|pleies||RE: Nathan Fay|
Both names Nathaniel and Jonathan could be matches. Please look at the bio for the Nathaniel Fay from Portland - I think it is strange that is was born in Westborough Mass - the same place of the cemetery and headstones of so many of the Fays. I will still check - I know I took tons of photos of these headstones. The cemetery is extremely old. I think several other people have commented on the smallness and quaintness of this very small cemetery in the center of town.
Added by pleies on Sep 29, 2015 11:22 PM
I posted those picture and thought there were more questions than answers. I posted so many of those particular headstones because they were so impressive due to age. I have been trying to delete my photos once they are posted but I will look back and try to see if there were any left better copies. I do remember taking multiple - Im at work now but when I get home ill check.
Trish - (if a issue I can delete and maybe someone else can repost another picture)
Added by pleies on Sep 29, 2015 11:02 PM
You're very welcome. Happy to help.
Added by BAB/FNB on Sep 29, 2015 10:02 PM
|tygerstinger||RE: Lewis & Simmons|
Youre very welcome. Sorry I couldnt be more help.
Added by tygerstinger on Sep 29, 2015 3:58 PM
|B Shields||Joseph M Hopkins|
I did some research on Joseph M Hopkins. Since on one could locate his grave site, I felt compelled to take this a step further.
In the Florida Death Index this is how he's listed:
Joseph M Hopkins, Male, White
His record is located in Volume: 194, Number: 11008 in 1923.
If you contact the State of Florida department of Vital Statistics and give them this exact information, they should be able to tell you exactly where he's at. Ask if they can kindly locate any documents from the original Cemetery or Funeral home that may have turned in a "BURIAL TRANSIT RECORD" That is the official record that allows them to transport and tend to the deceased.
Make certain they have the Volume and record number with the year and tell them you are having complications finding his resting place.
Best of Luck!
Added by B Shields on Sep 17, 2015 7:33 PM
I was at the site yesterday - no trace of the cemetery - only private property with no trespassing sign. Go online to southernmiddletennesseecemeteries.com and pull up Joines Cemetery and you will see stones for Lela and Willie Shrader - no stones for E. B. Shrader or Nancy Joines. Sorry
Added by RainbowGal on Aug 22, 2015 12:34 PM
|Mary Anne||RE: Samuel Harris|
You are very welcome. Probably it should remain as an outstanding request in case someone stumbles upon a stone for him in a different area of the cemetery. It is possible his stone is one of several that are not usually readable, but there is no unreadable stone near Relief and Lois.
Added by Mary Anne on Aug 17, 2015 7:35 PM
|Paul Armstrong||RE: Edna Earl Bessonette|
You're very welcome. All the Bessonettes are right in one spot, and I don't know why I'd never got a photo of Edna's marker. Her aunt Johanna married my gg-uncle William Henry Harrison Armstrong. Glad I could help,
Added by Paul Armstrong on Jul 20, 2015 7:13 PM
|Pat Summan||Rachel Morgan|
Rachel Morgan is buried at City Cemetery in Connersville. She died 10/19/1913 and was buried 10/21/1913. She is in Sec. 6W, plot 113 and there is no stone.
Added by Pat Summan on May 01, 2015 8:29 AM
I found a Lou Ella Hendrix born 2/28/1900 died 8/28/1901 Daughter of W.L. and Alice Hendrix. any chance this is her?
if you want the pic I can email it.
Added by wandita on Mar 30, 2015 8:48 PM
|Sharon W||RE: George Taylor|
You're very welcome.
Added by Sharon W on Jan 05, 2015 3:48 PM
Mary just go to the edit button ask for the transfer and include your Find A Grave number and your relationship. Glad to transfer relatives. Deb
Added by Oldergraver on Dec 05, 2014 9:29 AM
|Kathy Taylor||Albert and Anna Taylor|
Hi Mary! My grandfather was the son of Albert and Anna Taylor - Earl J. Taylor. I have also been researching my lines for a number of years but have limited information on the Taylor line. I would love to exchange information but more importantly connect with the distant cousins I never knew.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
Kathy Taylor Keane - Texas
Added by Kathy Taylor on Nov 22, 2014 5:15 PM
|Teresa Devine||RE: Infant Daughter Hendrix|
I was happy to be able to do it.
Added by Teresa Devine on Nov 10, 2014 12:26 PM
I am only sorry that there were no individual headstones there. In case you can't read the narrative at the bottom of the memorial stone, it says:
"The Great Tornado (Type 5) entered McDuffie Co. at RR Mile Post 42. At 12:45 PM March 20, 1875 the Rock House lost windows, a cook house, corn crib & gin. In the center of the cemetery a giant old oak was blown down. This marker is in the center of the tornado's path. Monument erected 2002."
Please feel free to use my pics as you see fit. :)
Added by garden8er on Sep 19, 2014 7:04 AM
|Carolyn Allen||Perilla & Charles Armstrong|
You're welcome . Perilla's parents were the parents of Maury Mattox who married my great uncle Sam Estes and the parents of Effie Ophelia Mattox who married Joe Thomas Allen who was the brother of my great grandfather Charlie Frank Allen . So when I went looking in the Verona cemetery to find the tombstone of P J. ( Posey Judson ) Mattox (the women's father ) and find their mother Rebecca's grave I saw Perilla and her husband's graves and took photos of their tombstones as well . Because of my research I realized that Perilla was another of Rebecca and Posey Judson's daughters . So I decided to take photos of her and her husband's tombstones . I of course let Paul Armstrong know .
Added by Carolyn Allen on Sep 18, 2014 6:15 PM
|Leo J. Offerman||RE: Mary Simplot and Anna Brassell|
Your welcome, glad to help. I did find another Simplot next to Mary. I believe her name was Frannie Simplot !!!!
Added by Leo J. Offerman on Sep 04, 2014 11:00 AM