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|I love going to cemeteries. I also have gotten my daughter, who is 5, going to them too. She gets excited when we go and has to have her own camera to take pictures along with me. I have been doing genealogy for about 8 years, but obviously my love is taking pictures.|
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|Georgia Smith||RE: st vincent's cemetery lasalle, IL|
you are welcome
|Georgia Smith||st V sign|
do you have an email address that i can send it to or email me at email@example.com
|Georgia Smith||st vincent's cemetery lasalle, IL|
Nita, There is a new monument sign that was just recently put up, If you'd like the picture, please contact me. Georgia
|Jimmy Lee Hougland||Clarence|
Nita, Thanks so much for the wonderful photo's, they mean so much.
oh I just meant to visit her memorial with a token. :) sorry God Bless :)
Added by Beth on Feb 19, 2009 11:40 PM
Would you visit my mom today? Julia Bradberry Its her one year with Christ. God Bless and thank you for leaving tokens. OXOXO
Added by Beth on Feb 19, 2009 11:12 AM
|Jerry G. Marable||Marable Crossing Cemetery|
To my knowledge, there is no Marable Crossing Cemetery. Marable Crossing was where the railroad passed in front of the home of Dr. John Hartwell Marable, II, at his estate called "Rose Hill" in Corbandale. So you left his home and went down the front yard towards the railroad crossing and crossed over it (that's where the name Marable's Crossing came from) and headed straight through another field which would take you directly into the Cumberland river. I visited Marable's Crossing last summer. The old house where Dr. John lived has long been demolished and replaced with a big modern type residence. We are almost sure that the cemetery you are talking about was actually located somewhere on that property but has probably been bulldozed over. The present owner, I understand, is very reluctant to discuss anything about a cemetery that used to be there and denies that there ever was one. However, we are almost certain that there was. That is probably where Dr. John, II and his wife and several children were buried but have been unable to locate it. We have tried diligently to get info on it and to locate it all to no avail. Please let me know if you need further info. Thanks.
Jerry Gray Marable
|Jerry G. Marable||Your Mary W. Marable Posting|
The posting you have for Mary W. Marable, shown buried in the Marable Cemetery needs a correction for the death date. The year of death of 1813 is a long-standing typographical error. The date should be 1843. This was the first wife of Dr. John Hartwell Marable, II, and her maiden name was Mary Jordan. The date of death was corrected in the Montgomery County Cemetery Records page 23. Her tombstone today is virtually unreadable. I have been to that Marable Cemetery many times (since I am a Marable descendant)and have seen her grave. If you need more info on the Marable family, I have a ton of it. Please let me know. Just thought you would want to know of the needed correction.
Jerry G. Marable
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