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graveangel (#48212015)
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Gil Mayfield
RE: William Henry Key
Glad to do it. I was there to photo a lot of my family in the cemetery so it was convenient to get yours. It is beautiful here at the present. Should be 75 degrees today!

Added by Gil Mayfield on Jan 30, 2016 8:43 AM

Jim Thomas
RE: McKay request
Hi Vicky,

Evergreen Cemetery is a disaster. The grass is about 2-3 feet high in a lot of areas and there are no sections that are marked. You have to call someone to meet you out there. Even them you probably wouldn't find it. If you do a search on Find A Grave for Evergreen Cemetery in Georgia in Chatham County you will see what I mean. For those reasons, Evergreen Cemetery is not one of the cemeteries that I do. I apologize that I will not be able to fulfill your request.

Added by Jim Thomas on Aug 23, 2015 9:44 AM

Jim Thomas
McKay request
I found Alma McKay in plot K-558, but I could not find a William J. McKay who died in 1921. There is a Thomas J. McKay who died in 1921 in plot K-409 in the city burial records. Would that be her husband?

Added by Jim Thomas on Aug 22, 2015 11:01 PM

Hines @ StL Calvary
I have posted pictures for Loretta and the others in the Lot,

Please see the caption for more lot information and explanation.


Added by Kathie on Aug 09, 2015 5:16 PM

Share It
Lela / Liela Mcmanus
Although I created the memorial for France's McManus, many of her children were added by Others. In looking at both memorials, they were created by another person who linked them to France's.
In order to correct it, you will need to go to those memorials and click on the "Edit" tab in the upper right and submit. Ot will go to the manager of those memorials and they are the only ones who can straighten it out.
Are you related to France's? She is my ggg grandmother.

Added by Share It on Aug 09, 2015 3:43 PM

Jim Thomas
Frances Ryals request
I took pictures of the markers for Frances Ryals and her husband James Mobley Ryals yesterday as well as Virginia Ryals Edwards. I will post them shortly.

Added by Jim Thomas on Jul 29, 2015 4:33 PM

Robert Kenney
Vicky, contact me at Robert had a son John F Kenney (1813-1897) who had a daughter Mary Isobelle who married a Schenk. I've written up Robert's Life and John F. plays a prominent role as he was executor of Robert's estate and there were law suits related to the estate. John F was also captured as a prisoner in the Civil war. Happy to share what I have and would love to collaborate with information, photos etc that you might have. Bonnie

Added by Bonnie1man on Jul 12, 2015 7:14 AM

Stones In The South
RE: Mary Elizabeth
Always welcome! Just a happen so I found it probably. When I photograph I go through each picture I took in a cemetery as I never know if one has already been taken or one needs placed on a memorial. By the same token, I check dates on the memorial against dates on the headstones. I hope this journey brings you as much satisfaction as it does for me ~ best wishes ~ Eva

Added by Stones In The South on Jul 07, 2015 11:08 AM

Janet T
RE: John Adkin Corley
The one that you requested in Batesburg Cemetery was born in 1926 and died in 2010. Sarah can't be his wife. She was born in 1840 and died in 1906

Added by Janet T on Jul 06, 2015 2:22 PM

Elaine R S
RE: John Raymond Koss, Sr
There was another Koss next to him that I entered.

Added by Elaine R S on Jul 06, 2015 6:47 AM

Janet T
John Corley
Do you know if he was married? What was his wife's maiden name? I tried doing a search on Ancestry to find out but no luck.

Added by Janet T on Jul 03, 2015 8:10 AM

Janet T
John Corley
I have searched this cemetery several times over but unable to find this one. Sorry I couldn't be of more help Vicky.

Added by Janet T on Jun 30, 2015 7:30 AM

Taylor Photo's
Hi Vicki,
Ironically, I just went and researched the grave site location for another person requesting these 2 photo's 2 weeks ago. In fact, that is what prompted my message to you. Anyway, here is the email I sent the other person: ***Unfortunately, I could not locate the graves. I went off road and walked about 3/4 mile back into where the gps coordinates sent me. This is now a game wildlife reservation very grown up in trees & shrubs. I did locate where an old house once stood and photographed this general location. Photo's are on the cemetery site for "Taylor Cemetery" & findagrave has posted them. I felt like I was right there at the graves but no markings or stones located after 30 minutes of search.*** --So I'm sad to say Vicki, there just is no markings. Hope this helps...Jerry

Added by Jerry on May 27, 2015 6:09 PM

RE: Edgefield SC Graves
My only thought is... Charity & daughter Elinor moved on after Decater's death in 1844. Charity remarried this Jonathan Taylor and perhaps this explains it. Anyway, sorry to bother you but it was on my mind.

Added by Jerry on May 24, 2015 8:56 AM

RE: Edgefield SC Graves
Thx Vicki -but I'm confused. census shows a Charity Taylor married to a Jonathan Taylor. But your saying, the family records show otherwise? Sorry, just trying to place this together in my mind. If you do a cemetery search at findagrave for "TAYLOR Cemetery" in Edgefield, you will see the 2 grave sites for Charity & Jonathan if that helps.

Added by Jerry on May 24, 2015 8:41 AM

Edgefield SC Graves
Hi, you may remember me some ime back for taking photo's at Thurmond-Reese Cemetery? Anyway...I had an interesting item come up I wanted to share. In attempting to locate 2 graves (Jonathan & Charity Thurmond-Taylor) in a very rural/wooded area of Edgefield Co. several miles from Thurmond-Reese. I noticed the 2 of them on had a small child living with them in 1850 census. That child eventually grew up and died in the Thurmond-Reese Cemetery.
1850 Census - Name:
Frances E Blackstone
Age: 7
Home in 1850:
The District, Edgefield, South Carolina
Household Members:
Jonathan Taylor 53
Charity Taylor 30
Susannah Taylor 4
Laury E Taylor 1
Frances E Blackstone 7
Just wanted to share this remarkable coincidence.

Added by Jerry on May 24, 2015 6:38 AM

B Roby
RE: Ervin Arden Hallman
Also, I am sorry for your loss. I will keep you in my prayers.

Added by B Roby on Apr 25, 2015 10:10 AM

B Roby
RE: Ervin Arden Hallman
Thanks. I have updated with the correct information. If you would like me to transfer ownership to you, I would be glad to. Just let me know :)

Added by B Roby on Apr 25, 2015 10:08 AM

Janet T
So sorry for your loss!

Added by Janet T on Apr 24, 2015 11:23 PM

Elizabeth Key, Edgefield SC
Could not locate home and/or cemetery site as directions given @ road - Forest service rd 618 appears to be the same as Cedar Springs Rd. (?) I drove down the road to the end. There is a gate that prevents motor vehicles but bicycles are allowed and there are walking trails, no cars allowed. I walked and looked out over the gate, the ground slopes down to what appears to be a creek bed beyond the gate. The left side, facing the gate, rises up to a bluff that overlooks a creek. It appears per maps to actually be Stevens Creek rather than Turkey Creek, though Turkey creek may flow into Stevens and there were several small creeks winding through the woods near the road. I walked up the bluff and though there was a trail mark on a tree, I did not spot the home site or the cemetery. Was I in the right area? Might be able to try again at a later time. Best wishes. B.L. Stroud

Added by BLS on Mar 15, 2015 5:58 PM

Frank Quarles
Please check memorial #92719787, this appears to be the one you had requested a photo of in the Bethlehem UMC Cemetery. Thanks, Nala

Added by Nala on Sep 04, 2014 6:43 PM

Janet T
I have posted the Temples pics you requested.

Added by Janet T on Aug 31, 2014 6:56 AM

Sandy Stewart
RE: Ida Wegman
You're welcome!

Added by Sandy Stewart on Jul 02, 2014 8:39 PM

RE: Henry Kimble Holmes, Jr
Thank you, I am glad that I could help you out.

Added by minimudder on Mar 25, 2014 1:35 PM

Sue Johnson
RE: William Key
Yes, our work is so very important. It breaks my heart to see so many of these old markers breaking apart. After I took the first picture, my husband cleaned the grass out from around the name so we could get at least some of the original carving. I'm glad we could do this for you.
Sue Johnson

Added by Sue Johnson on Mar 03, 2014 10:50 AM


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