|Keith Osborn (#47041889)|
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I own and run a gravestone and monument repair and re-setting business called Stone Setters.I am in and out of local cemeteries all the time and usually check the photo requests to see if there are any for the cemetery I am visiting.|
When I am in a cemetery, I usually photograph stones in addition to the photo requests and post them if they are not already posted. If you see one that I have posted that is in your family, feel free to let me know and I will transfer the ownership to you.
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|Linda Ellington||RE: Mt Carmel|
thanks so much for the message, yes I am aware of this huge loss for this community. I still can't believe it happened. The photos are just awful one of the interviews FOX8 did was one of our kin folks James Ellington. He is the son of my grandfather's oldest brother. He along with my aunt Betty Scearce and her husband GW Scearce, I think they are some of the oldest members of Mt Carmel. Keith feel free to use my regular email address if you wish. If you go to FOX8 NEWS you can see the news cam of the burning. My nephew dispatched the fire trucks and most of the vol fire department we are both kin too. So very upsetting for me. Take care. Keep in touch,
|A. Muse||RE: McIntyre Info|
I thought that was the case because I noticed the headstones had been repaired. I've ran across the McIntyre cemetery on Find-A-Grave while searching for my McIntyre ancestors in Cumberland Co. I decided to do a little research to identify those McIntyres in the Ft Bragg cemetery.
Thank you so very much for adding that cemetery! I still don't know if my Daniel McIntyre from upper Cumberland Co. is connected to those, but yesterday, in fact, I found a genealogy post which detailed the exact location of the cemetery on the reservation (off of Chicken Rd, I believe it read). That information is very helpful.
Oh, by the way, I am glad to know about your business. My cousin & I have just recently discovered an old family cemetery (the Purcell Cemetery, in Hoke Co., NC) which is badly in need of restoration. ("Badly.." is an understatement.) It's good to know you all do this work!!
Thank you again for adding the McIntyre Cemetery!!
Added by A. Muse on Apr 30, 2014 5:50 PM
How wonderful it is that you have decided to combine your professional work and the taking of tombstone pictures, while you are in a cemetery. This is especially helpful for people like me who live far away.
I am very appreciative that you took the time to locate and photograph the 4 Andrews gravestone photos that I requested. Keep up your good work!
Added by Sabu on Feb 11, 2014 4:47 PM
|U. S. Ancestry||Ward|
Thank you for trying to locate his grave.
Thanks for uploading the headstone photo, for your time and your service.
Added by Katrina on Nov 19, 2013 10:34 AM
Why did you post this photo to this memorial when there is already a photo and the headstones are different???
Added by Debra on Nov 18, 2013 2:37 PM
|Sweet Pea||James O. Haynes|
Thank you very much.
|Sweet Pea||Ethel Haynes|
Thank You very much.
|FrancisMattesonLine||RE: Dr Garvin|
Thanks but the SAC for famous memorials is not the same as a regular memorial.
|FrancisMattesonLine||RE: Walter Mconnel|
PS Thank so much for linking him to his mother. The Civil War and varying sympathies tore this family apart.
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