|Karen ||Amos Likens|
Sorry it has taken me so long to get this thank you off to you. I have been out of town for several weeks and am just now back home and getting back on my genealogy. But even though this thank you is late, I just wanted to let you know that the tombstone photo is really appreciated.
Added by Karen on Feb 18, 2015 12:38 PM
|Christene||RE: Hall cemetery|
No. I live in the county next door. I will see if u can get a name and phone number for you. I've been there a few times but I don't remember if there was a sign. Let me reach out to my Searcy county contacts and see if someone knows.
Added by Christene on Jun 20, 2014 8:44 PM
|Christene||RE: johnathan wesley ruff|
I will do what I can to help. Let me know what you want me to do.
Added by Christene on Jun 15, 2014 7:41 PM
|Dan McGuire||RE: Jonathan Ruff Hall Cemetery|
My wife's maiden name is Ruff. It is of English extraction, and most of the Ruffs around here are of German extraction. However, I take a picture of a Ruff grave every time I see one.
I notice that the Tennessee H Robertson Ruff grave is in that same enclosure as the Jonathan Ruff grave. The rest appear to be scattered around the cemetery. I recommend that you make copies of all pictures of the Ruff markers from findagrave. You should be able to identify them all that way.
Let me know, if I can be of further assistance.
Added by Dan McGuire on Jun 10, 2014 4:49 PM
|Dan McGuire||RE: jonathan ruff|
I do not remember the detailed locations of most of the Ruff graves in Hall cemetery. It is a fairly small cemetery and you should have little trouble finding them.
Jonathan Wesley Ruff. If I remember my directions correctly, you enter the cemetery on the east side. Turn left and follow the cemetery boundary to the rear of the cemetery. J W Ruff's grave is in a rectangular plot marked with stones.
Elizabeth Goodnight Ruff. It is my understanding that she was buried close to Jonathan, but I never found a marker.
I cannot help you on the rest.
If you have not been to the Hall Cemetery, it is pretty drive, but over a gravel road, which is a bit rough in places. You can best get to it by going through Snowball. Let me know, if I can be of any further help. I wish I could have been more help.
Added by Dan McGuire on Jun 09, 2014 10:27 AM
Thanks for the photo of Sarah E. Jaco!
Added by Jody on Jun 08, 2014 2:06 PM
Thank you so much for trying to find Bertie's gravestone.
Added by Michelle Curts on May 05, 2014 10:22 AM
|Don Babas||Billy McMahan|
Thank you so much for taking a very clear photo of this relatives gravestone.
Added by Don Babas on May 04, 2014 4:54 AM
|Linda Cardenas||The Rogers in Pilgrims Rest|
Thank you for your time and effort in locating and photographing the headstone for the Rogers.
Added by Linda Cardenas on Apr 24, 2014 3:13 AM
|Gary C||Gable Cemetery|
I'm a William Burns relative. Are by any chance?
Added by Gary C on Apr 04, 2014 11:02 AM
If nobody has told you, I will. You take good photos. Keep up the great work.
Added by Mark on Mar 31, 2014 8:36 AM
|MICHAEL MARTENS||OLEN CAMPBELL|
THANKS FOR YOUR TIMELY RESPONSE AND HELP. IT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.
Added by MICHAEL MARTENS on Mar 07, 2014 3:16 PM
|Jeff G.||Thank you.|
Thanks for the great photo of Alexander Stringer's headstone at Dale Cemetery, which you just added. I certainly appreciate the time you took to do this for me.
Added by Jeff G. on Mar 06, 2014 7:43 AM
|Jeff G.||A. C. Stringer Photo Request...|
I forgot to put in my photo request, which you so kindly claimed, that his headstone might say Alexander C. Stringer. Thanks a bunch!
Added by Jeff G. on Mar 02, 2014 1:32 PM
|Knoles Cemetery||RE: knoles|
Oh well the visitor looks like you. LOl. Stop by anytime.
Added by Knoles Cemetery on Feb 11, 2014 1:25 PM
|Knoles Cemetery||Knoles Cemetery|
Have you recently walked through Knoles Cemetery? Like the last 6 months or so? I have a photo of a lady that looks like you walking through it. I have cameras out for vandalism. It also catches good deeds. : )
Added by Knoles Cemetery on Feb 10, 2014 5:51 PM
|Knoles Cemetery||Loren Young|
Thank you for posting a photo. What a beautiful photo.
Added by Knoles Cemetery on Feb 10, 2014 5:50 PM
|The Mikado, et al.||RE: Bud Sugg|
Thanks for the note. I linked my memorial to her (as well as to his first wife), but now we have two.
Since then, I've tracked down her father and added him to Find-a-Grave. Glad to see some progress on this.
I've not found Bud's mom, though I've looked, but he's linked to his dad, my great-great-grandfather.
Martha Tennessee's folks appear to be Louis G. and, as you said, Susan C. May. Do you know Susan's maiden name?
I always put, "married so-and-so, daughter of so-and-so and so-and-so," with full names (where possible)...
Added by The Mikado, et al. on Nov 27, 2013 4:26 PM
|Anita D.||Diana Cemetery, Giles county, Tennesssee|
Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to photograph the stone of Charlie C. Hartsell.
Added by Anita D. on Nov 13, 2013 12:31 PM
|Gloria Tune||John F. Clark Photo|
I received an email a couple of hours ago stating you'd added a photo for John F. Clark at the Diana Cemetery, but one has not appeared on his memorial at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=70909713
I do see the one of John Robinson Clark at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=53320529 and so very much appreciate you taking the time to photograph these two resting places. It does mean so very much when the one requesting lives on the other side of the U. S.!
Please let me know if you did find the stone for John F. Clark, otherwise I will re-request it.
Also, do you mind if I keep a copy for my personal files?
Gloria J. Tune
Added by Gloria Tune on Nov 13, 2013 11:28 AM
|Zimmy||Willis F Cole|
Thanks so much for the photos of Willis F. Cole tombstone in Diana Cemetery. Very much appreciate all the effort to do this. Jerry
Added by Zimmy on Nov 13, 2013 11:22 AM
|Dan McGuire||RE: John wesley ruff at hall cemeterey eula ark|
My wife's maiden name is Ruff so I have taken an interest in the Ruff family name. However, my wife's ancestors are English and we understand that these Ruffs are German. Beyond that I know very little about them. Whenever their is a Ruff grave, I take a picture of it and add a memorial, if one has not already been made. There are quite a Ruffs scattered around in Searcy County.
Since the grave is obviously much older than the marker, there is no guarantee that the marker is in the right location. Having the rock border might provide some assurance.
I suspect that the road from Snowball will become very pretty over the next month. It is a rough road, but I have always enjoyed it because of the scenery.
Added by Dan McGuire on Oct 17, 2013 8:46 AM
|wayne||RE: William Grandstaff|
The caretakers for Rossville Cem. are Bob and Norma Armitage, 405-279-2548. However, I'm not sure that they had a listing for Billie Grayson. I believe I found it at the Lincoln County Historical Society. The Museum there has cemetery books.
I think what that means is that the LCHS book is older and represents a survey taken when Billie's marker was still standing. A more recent survey wouldn't have found it.
If you look at Billie's memorial, 40071380, you'll see I've posted a brief story about her murder. I could send you many more and longer news clips by regular email, if you'd like to see them.
Added by wayne on Sep 08, 2013 6:21 PM
|GLENDA EISENHOUR||Molly Stambaugh|
Thank you for your efforts to locate and photograph her grave. I've been to a cemetery or two in that condition - it's a bit scary. So be careful. I'll keep my fingers crossed that it will be mowed by the time you return.
Added by GLENDA EISENHOUR on Sep 07, 2013 9:26 PM
Thank you very much for this one. A flat stone, it must have been hard to find.
This man was the grandfather of Helen Grandstaff, the 12-year-old girl who was with Billie Grayson the night the latter was murdered in August of 1941.
Do you know this story?
Added by wayne on Sep 07, 2013 8:39 PM