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Jewels Verne (#47925626)
 member for 4 years, 1 month, 19 days
Scott Balyer
RE: Picture you took for Ben Sokoloski
all done, thanks for heads up

Added by Scott Balyer on Mar 16, 2014 5:24 PM

Chris Painter
RE: Metts pictures - Thank you.
Thanks for inquiring about the photo for Carel. I accidentally uploaded a photo that did not belong to that memorial. I did not find a photo for this request, and we photographed the entire cemetery.

Added by Chris Painter on Mar 09, 2014 5:50 AM

RE: Photo Request for Edgewood Cemetery
Just wanted you to know that there has already been a memorial created for Rosalie and I was glad to help out with the photo. You're welcome:)

Added by Stone✞Searcher on Mar 08, 2014 9:15 PM

Bill Bodkin
RE: Volunteer
Not to worry. But if you have time and computer access, I have the pix. I upload to Google plus and volunteers submit to Find A Grave. With 300 thousand pix, I will always need help.
My volunteers include Californians and Okies. Thanks again Bill

Added by Bill Bodkin on Mar 08, 2014 5:34 AM

Bill Bodkin
I am photographing Pittsburgh cemeteries. I have over 300 thousand pix and the weather is breaking and will be adding pic to my collection. I am always seeking volunteers to help. If you have some time, send me an email I am just finishing St. Annes in Castle Shannon and see that you have some requests there. Bill

Added by Bill Bodkin on Mar 07, 2014 2:29 PM

Photo Request for Edgewood Cemetery
You have made a photo request for memorial #119013484 (Roland A Bryant) I found a headstone with the name Ray Bryant with only the years for the dates 1896-1958. It is a double headstone with Rosalie 1898-1989. I thought perhaps it may be a nickname because he has the same name as his father. If this is the correct one, just let me know and I'll upload the photo.

Added by Stone✞Searcher on Mar 01, 2014 9:45 PM

Chris Painter
RE: Re: Eileen Stiles
Please give me more information and I will see what I can find. Death date, etc.

Added by Chris Painter on Feb 28, 2014 9:31 AM

Michael J. LoFurno
American Mechanics Cemetery, Philadelphia
Regarding your photo requests for American Mechanics, which was closed about 1951 "The bodies were removed and reinterred at Philadelphia Memorial Park in Frazer, Chester County, which was founded in 1929 as a non-sectarian burial ground. Along with the remains of people from United American Mechanics Cemetery, three other Philadelphia area cemeteries have also moved to Philadelphia Memorial Park; German Lutheran Cemetery, Union Burial Ground and Belvue Cemetery." according to

Added by Michael J. LoFurno on Jan 29, 2014 7:00 PM

Eugene Glenn Stackhouse
RE: Glenwood Cemetery
I don't know. Possibly the Philadelphia National Cemetery in Chester County.
Wherever the bodies were removed to, they will be in a mass grave.

Added by Eugene Glenn Stackhouse on Jan 29, 2014 5:54 PM

Eugene Glenn Stackhouse
Glenwood Cemetery
Glenwood Cemetery is defunct. It no longer exists.
The bodies were removed.

Added by Eugene Glenn Stackhouse on Jan 29, 2014 2:43 PM

Rick Bryant
Bowlin and Elizabeth Bryant
Thank you!

Added by Rick Bryant on Jan 20, 2014 2:37 PM

Martha Milam Carter
RE: B. Robert Bryant
Additional comments: The family link to B. Robert Bryant's parents states that Bowline Bryant & Elizabeth were living next door to Elizabeth's father, James WOOD, in 1870. My great-great grandmother's maiden name was PLANT, not Wood. Also, in the link notes for Bowlin B. Bryant it never gives B. Robert Bryant as a child in the census listings, nor the names of any of his siblings.

My great-grandfather Thomas Riddle (Tom Bryant), the son of Boland Bryant and Elisabeth Plant had 3 older sisters: Nancy Caroline (Nannie), Sarah Henrietta (Sally), and Sis who was born in 1844 & died in 1845 in Georgia. He also had 3 younger siblings: Boland/Bolden Robert (Bob), Elisabeth who was born in 1851 in Georgia & died in 1854 in Mississippi, and Louis Christopher Columbus (Lum). Nannie was born in 1839 & died in 1900; she married Robert White Johnson. Sally was born in 1842 & died in 1896; she married William Robert (Will) McCleary. Lum was born in 1854 & died in 1939; he married Mary Virginia Hobbs. My great-grandfather Tom was born in 1846 & died in 1914; he married Nancy Jane Hobbs. Sally, Bob, Tom, & Lum are all buried at Oakwood Cemetery in Honey Grove, Texas.

Do you have a copy of R. B. (Bob) Bryant's obituary? If not, send me you email address & I will scan & send it to you.

Martha Milam Carter

Added by Martha Milam Carter on Jan 19, 2014 6:06 PM

Rick Bryant
B. Robert Bryant
Mr. Verne,
I agree with Ms. Carter. You apparently believe that Bolton Bryant and Bowlin Bryant are one and the same. I do not believe they are. You state that you are a stickler for detail, as am I. If so, please read the information I have provided for Bowlin Bryant on FindAGrave. Robert is NOT his son. Bowlin's wife's maiden name was Wood - not Plant. Census data as well as Elizabeth's dates from her tombstone make it clear that she was born in 1841. She would have only been 10 years old when Robert was born. Please remove the links that you have created to Bowlin B Bryant and Elizabeth Wood Bryant. Thank you.

Added by Rick Bryant on Jan 19, 2014 5:30 PM

Martha Milam Carter
RE: B. Robert Bryant
Yes, there seem to be multiple spellings of Boland/Bolin/Bolen etc. My information comes from my mother's (Grace Emmons Milam) handwritten notes (she died in 2005). I am not positive about her source but it either came from her mother (daughter of Thomas Riddle Bryant & niece of Bob) or from Sarah Henrietta (Sally) Bryant McCleary's descendants. Sally, Bob, Thomas & others were siblings. My grandmother's family & the McClearys all lived in the Honey Grove, TX area are were in close contact with each other. I tend to believe, however, that Mother got her information from her mother, Virginia Pearl (Virgie)Bryant Emmons. According to Mother's source, Elisabeth Plant Bryant died April 12, 1856 in Mississippi. Boland (as it was spelled for her) died Feb. 7, 1865 near Tupelo, Mississippi. The 1850 Federal Census dated Aug. 6, shows that Boland & Elizabeth were living in the 59th Divison in the county of Meriwether, Georgia; living with them were children Nancy (Nannie), Sarah (Sally), and Thomas (Tom). The 1860 Federal Census dated July 17, states that Boland and his children, Nannie, Sally, Tom, Robert (Bob) and Louis C.C.(Lum), were living in Oktibbeha County of Mississippi; Boland was a widower. Family records state that when my great-grandfather, Thomas Riddle Bryant, returned home from the Civil War, he found no one at the family's house in Mississippi as they were all attending the burial of his father who had died on Feb. 7, 1865. My great-grandfather's obituary states that he moved from Mississippi "with this sisters and brothers to Arkansas in 1870, coming from there to the Honey Grove section in 1872."

Did I understand correctly that you are Uncle Bob's great-granddaughter? If so, who are your parents? I just finished updating my genealogy files & did not find your name. However, I found no information on Judson Bryant after the 1900 census.

I have not downloaded any of my information on although I am a member. I have only been doing the genealogy for my own files & my cousin's.

If you prefer to correspond by email, you may contact me at

Martha Milam Carter

Added by Martha Milam Carter on Jan 19, 2014 5:11 PM

Martha Milam Carter
B. Robert Bryant
The parents link is incorrect for B. Robert (Bob) Bryant, memorial #61115674, at Oakwood Cemetery in Honey Grove, Texas. Bob's parents were Boland Bryant (born 1816 Georgia; died 1865 Mississippi) and Elisabeth Plant (born 1818 Georgia; died 1856 Mississippi). Bob was the younger brother of my great-grandfather, Thomas Riddle Bryant, also buried at Oakwood Cemetery in Honey Grove, Texas.

Added by Martha Milam Carter on Jan 19, 2014 12:55 PM

Jessica Dilmore
John Sapp
I am trying to locate this to take a picture for you. I live around the corner. I looked for it yesterday evening on my way home from work and did not see it. I have written down spouse/parent information to look for those and see if he is nearby. It is a very old grave, the markers are not necessarily kept up. I will do my best to find it.

Added by Jessica Dilmore on Nov 05, 2013 9:03 AM

Louis Bryant photo request
Grove Hill Cemetery does not provide Findagrave volunteers burial locations to fill requests.

Please contact Grove Hill cemetery and get the burial location for your request: 214-381-7118

There are over 258 photo requests at this cemetery because the office will not provide the volunteers with locations but will provide a location to a family member if you call and ask for it.

Added by TLH on Oct 25, 2013 3:14 PM

Oberita Clark photo request
Grove Hill Cemetery does not provide Findagrave volunteers burial locations to fill requests.

Please contact Grove Hill cemetery and get the burial location for your request: 214-381-7118

There are over 258 photo requests at this cemetery because the office will not provide the volunteers with locations but will provide a location to a family member if you call and ask for it.

Added by TLH on Oct 25, 2013 3:13 PM

Wade Burwell
Thomas Bryant
Thank you for the information for this memorial. I have made the additions and linked to his parents.


Added by Wade Burwell on Oct 23, 2013 7:44 PM

RE: Sendgikoskis at Holy Sep
I looked for the other memorials you mentioned under several spellings but didn't find any. Could you send me the numbers.

Looks like no memorials were ever created for Weglarz or Hendzel, but there are markers there for them. I would have created ones for them but I didn't know if the names were maiden names or married names. If you know, you should create the memorials and make requests for the photos. Then I'll post my photos to them.

Added by Roibeard on Oct 23, 2013 6:17 AM

Rick Bryant
Bowlin Bryant
Thanks for contacting me regarding B. Bryant at Scatter Branch Cemetery. You now have me wondering if he was Bowlin Bolton Bryant (or Bolton Bowlin Bryant). The reference on his son's memorial to a death certificate showing William's father as B. B. Bryant is the first reference that I have seen to a middle initial. Please let me know what records you have that show his name as Bolton. I believe this to be the grave of Bowlin Bryant, son of William and Delilah Bryant, born in the Spartanburg District of South Carolina. He first appears as an unnamed male child between 5 and 9 years old in the household of Wm Bryant, Spartanburg, SC, 1840. In 1850, he is shown in Benton County, Alabama, in the household of William and Delilah, as Boreland Bryant, age 17. In 1860, he is still in his parents' household, Bowlin Bryant, age 24, in Calhoun (formerly Benton) County, Alabama. In 1864, he appears as a petitioner for letters of administration on his father's estate. His name appears variously as Bowlin Briant and Boling Briant. On the Alabama state census of 1866, he is shown as Bowlin Briant, a head of household, one male over 20 and one female over 20, living next door to his mother Delilah. In 1870, he and his wife are shown as Bowline Bryant, age 37, and Elizabeth, age 29, with children Mary, age 4, and William age 2, living in Pototoc County, Mississippi. In 1875, his brother, Coleman Bryant, applied for letters of administration to sell dower interest of Delila (sic) Bryant, now deceased. Among the heirs listed is Bowland Bryant of Arkansas, county and post office unknown. In 1877, the account for final settlement of her estate shows Bowlin Bryant, Parris (sic) post office, Laamar (sic) Co. Texas. The 1880 census of Lamar County lists the following:
Bolin Bryant 46
Elisabeth P. Bryant 39
Mary H. Bryant 13
William T. Bryant 11
James C. Bryant 8
Ida L. Bryant 6
Samuel Bryant 4
Lemuel L. Bryant 9m
In 1900, in Hunt County, Texas, we find the following household:
B Bryant 66
Elizabeth Bryant 59
James Bryant 28
Lilley Bryant 23
Lemuel Bryant 20
Lee Bryant 14
Tho F Cowan 36

I am anxious to see other documentation indicating the name Bolton. Thank you.

Added by Rick Bryant on Oct 21, 2013 2:54 PM

Grace Gooden
Information added. Thanks for sending! Sherry

Added by Sherry on Oct 20, 2013 1:41 PM

William E. "Bill" Robinson
Roland A Bryant
Our cemetery records do not show this person in Edgewood Cemetery. Also, all burials before 1979, with a stone, have been entered.

Added by William E. "Bill" Robinso... on Oct 20, 2013 12:31 PM

Crane family in Union Cemetery, Camden County, MO
Hello, we took photos today of two of the Crane family members in Union Cemetery, Camden County, Missouri. We are including in George's memorial a wide photo of the 5 "stones" there, 4 of which are cement.
From left to right the 5 stones are:

1. Milton Crane-Normal Headstone
2. Cement headstone - Unreadable
3. Cement headstone - Father, Geo Crane
4. Cement headstone - Mother Daughter
5. Cement headstone - Herb Crane Age 60

# 2 May be Howard, but not readable at all
# 4 There are no findagraves for a female Crane, if you know who they are, please create findagraves for them and photo requests, and we will go back and take a photo. The headstone is partially buried like George's was.

OZARKCHERYL (47529375)

Added by Ozarkcheryl on Oct 19, 2013 1:39 PM

Sendgikoskis at Holy Sep
I found a grave for Harry and Charles Sendgikoski today. I made Find A Grave Memorial# 118694369 and Find A Grave Memorial# 118694312 for them. Are they part of your family?

Added by Roibeard on Oct 14, 2013 4:52 PM


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