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Gerald Jones (#46883752)
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John Brooks
RE: Halls
Jerry, They are all buried in South Lawn, all in a row. Ancestry has the Tucson Daily Citizen online (Pre-1978 only), mine has expired.
Added by John Brooks on Oct 16, 2014 11:44 PM
John Brooks
Halls
Beside James and Beulah Hall, I also found Mary C. Hall (1918-1999), James B. Hall (1819-1975) and John W. Hall (1946-1962). I have photos, if you want to add the memorials. Just let me know when I can add the photos.
Added by John Brooks on Oct 16, 2014 7:50 PM
Pauline Hill
RE: Didame Tabitha Williams Jones
You're very welcome, on both accounts.
Added by Pauline Hill on Sep 06, 2014 9:20 PM
Neal W. Robertson
Lorenzo Burdick
Gerald, I would put in another request for his gravestone picture.
Added by Neal W. Robertson on Aug 11, 2014 10:52 AM
Neal W. Robertson
Lorenzo Burdick
Do you know his plot location in North Madison Cemetery? My guess is that there is no gravestone. The Lake County Genealogical Society does not have him listed in their survey of North Madison Cemetery. Don't know why your request for a gravestone photo was removed. I did not claim your request. I was on his memorial page and selected the post photo button to post the obit. There is a gravestone next Harta Burdick's gravestone that is so weather worn that it is impossible to read and it does have a Civil War (GAR) flag holder by it. It looks to old to be from 1937 though but it may be Lorenzo's??????
Added by Neal W. Robertson on Aug 10, 2014 6:31 PM
Peggy
RE: Mary Evelyn Rowan Cunningham
Hello,
No, I just link to link up family when I find them.
Thanks!
Peggy
Added by Peggy on May 01, 2014 3:29 PM
Anna Schultz
Jonathan and Elizabeth Jones
I tried sending this in an e-mail and it keeps coming back at me.
Hi,
I think I have found out who Jonathan and Elizabeth were. Trying to find a family tree with dates. The Mary Jones Wilcut that is buried at Bolt was their daughter. Elizabeth was a Thompson according to the Ill. death index for Mary. Finding a 1880 census Shelby Co. that shows Jonathan and Elizabeth both age 50 with daughter Mary age 9. Leads to a marriage record for a James Jones and Mary Elizabeth Thomas out of Morgan County in 1859. Only one tree has Kitty Wilcut Hinton's mother Mary Jones with Jonathan and Elizabeth. They have Elizabeth's death year as 1888 and nothing for Jonathan. Hope this helps a bit.

Anna
Added by Anna Schultz on Mar 25, 2014 7:11 PM
virginie macagno
RE: Thomas B Dycus
Hi Jerry,

You're very welcome, it was a pleasure to help you :)

Kind regards,

Virginie
Added by virginie macagno on Nov 20, 2013 7:59 PM
Doreen W
David Garberson
I changed my mind. The picture I posted was completely illegible. As I continued trying to read some of the old stones, I came across one that looks like Dav... Sam... with no last name but clearly has J.R. for initials where the parents would be listed. I am posting that one instead. The other small stones by the Garberson family memorial simply say mother and father. This broken stone is in the same area of the cemetery.
Added by Doreen W on Nov 13, 2013 10:52 AM
Doreen W
David Garberson
I added a note as a caption on one of the photos that I can't be completely sure it is his stone, because it is illegible. But I didn't find any other stone that could be his.
Added by Doreen W on Nov 12, 2013 6:05 AM
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