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Gary King, Jr. (#47838551)
 member for 3 years, 1 month, 29 days
Sheila Parcell
RE: Profile Picture
I wish I could tell you more...I just don't have any answers. I found this photo in a pile of old family pic' information other than it is an entrance to a cemetery~I don't even know where or a name.

Added by Sheila Parcell on Jul 08, 2012 6:16 AM

Mary Nettleton
RE: Frances Caro
I will call the Archdiocese on Monday and see if they have records and you are welcome.

Added by Mary Nettleton on Jul 06, 2012 5:20 PM

Mary Nettleton
Frances Caro
I went to St. Thomas Catholic Church Cemetery in Pointe-ala-Hache in search of Frances Caro. I did not find his grave there. I am very sorry. There are a number of tombs and graves in this cemetery with no names or info on them. After Hurricane Katrina this church and cemetery were almost destroyed. Some of the graves have crosses with names painted on them. I don't know if we will ever be able to find the correct grave here
Mary Anglin Nettleton

Added by Mary Nettleton on Jul 06, 2012 2:59 PM

RE: Florida A Caro
Think nothing of it. We're just glad we could help.

Added by Claire on Jul 05, 2012 2:40 PM

RE: Florida A Caro
None of our business of course but it is a really fine marble monument. It might be worth a phone call to some monument company in Pensacola. The cost of getting somebody to swing by there and place that obelisk up on the base as it should be may not be too bad. I see them mowing and running the weed eaters around the cemetery and it really looks to be surviving fairly well. It's just sort of sad to see that beautiful white stone other than where it's supposed to be. None of my business of course. We all have these issues in our family lines.

Added by Claire on Jul 05, 2012 1:05 PM

RE: Florida A Caro
I guess you can tell by the photos that the top of the large marker has been toppled and is laying in the grass. Parts of the top are about half way under the soil. Over the years, this portion of the marker will be covered completely, if nothing is down. Do you think you might be able to find someone in your family that might want to get the top put back on?

Added by Claire on Jul 05, 2012 5:40 AM

Holly Allen
Charlotte Purvis Ryals Cobia

Thank you for taking the time to look for Charlotte's grave. I am sure that the unmarked graves are hers and her husband 1.John Ryals or 2. Frank Cobia. The grave of the child must be hers as well.

Thank you,
Holly Allen

Added by Holly Allen on Jun 27, 2012 5:01 PM

Grave Digger
Bonnie & Wade Smith
Dear Gary - You went above and beyond with the photos & creating a page. I truly Thank You for being so helpful and thoughtful. God Bless You!

Added by Grave Digger on Jun 27, 2012 9:12 AM

Deena DeVane Richart
Jasper Beauchamp photo
Thanks for much for the photograph!!
Deena Richart

Added by Deena DeVane Richart on Jun 27, 2012 2:15 AM

Jerry Barnard
Sarah Willingham Bacon
Thanks for pointing that out! I updated it.


Added by Jerry Barnard on Jun 26, 2012 8:17 PM

Jerry Barnard
Photo of Edwin H Bacon's grave
Thank you very much for taking the time to send me the photo of my cousin's grave. Did you by any chance take a photo showing the entire grave? I would very much like to know if there is any kind of Confederate Marker for him

Thank you

Jerry Barnard

Added by Jerry Barnard on Jun 26, 2012 8:13 PM

Jerry Thomas
RE: Thanks!
It was my Honor

I try to make sure I get the photo's posted as soon as possible since I know what it is like to wait ... and wait ... and wait. The only time I make the requester wait is when the headstone isn't available (on order or contractor to do the back of the headstone hasn'e fulfilled his part of the contract yet). At any rate, if I can get the photo posted within a couple of days, I'm really happy.

Added by Jerry Thomas on Jun 18, 2012 5:30 PM

Clyde Lewis Hay
Love Cemetery
According to a cemetery survey made by Nell Thomas and listed in Chilton County Cemereries published by Chilton County Historical Society in 1987 there was only one grave with a marker with six unmarked graves. This is an untended cemetery in a pasture on private land and would be very likey hard to access. Sorry

Added by Clyde Lewis Hay on Jun 04, 2012 11:11 AM


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