|Bonnie Miles||Lambeth Family Cemetery|
Would you take an updated photo of the Lambeth Family Cemetery for me. I want to see if it needs to be cleaned up.
It is located on High Rock Road (2517) at about 50 yards North of Buffalo Creek Bridge.
I can probably get a church group to clean it up if it needs to be.
|Rhea Rangel||Haw river presb cemetery|
Chantel. I would really really really like to find this cemetery. I found one located in a similar area, on candy creek road as described but it has different tombstones than listed herein. I found it registered on findagrave.com as the Stanfield cemetery. Are they one in the same? Please please contact me to help me find the gravesite that you posted the pictures of in 2009. Rheadanae@hotmail.com
|ppdavis||James E McKinney|
Hi, Please look at James E. McKinney and James Ellison McKinney @ Thompsonville Baptist Church, Rockingham Co, NC. The numbers are 28546270 & 28546378 both entered on the same date. Are these duplicates? I have information to create a memorial for his daughter, Marguerite McKinney Reagan. Will wait for your response. Thanks, Peggy
Added by ppdavis on Mar 03, 2015 6:19 PM
|G Brown||Try Again...|
I referenced Thomas Flack in my previous email, but it should have been Andrew Lambert Flack. Thomas Flack is Andrew's father and is buried at the McCuiston "Old Gibson" cemetery. The original burial location of Andrew is the focus of our inquiry. Thank you.
Added by G Brown on Jan 02, 2015 9:05 AM
|G Brown||Correction to previous Thomas Flack post|Added by G Brown on Jan 02, 2015 8:55 AM
|G Brown||Thomas Lambert Flack gravestone at Lambeth Family Cemetery|
Thomas Flack was married to Jane McCuiston, who is presumed to be buried with her parents in the McCuiston "Old Gibson" cemetery(located north of Pisgah Church Rd in Greensboro).
Your note dated 1/4/2009 indicates Thomas Flack is not actually buried in the Lambeth Family cemetery. I think he may have been buried in the McCuiston cemetery in Greensboro. What is source of info that "The cemetery he was buried in was destroyed but the stone was saved."? Do you know where the cemetery that was destroyed was supposedly located?
We are trying to identify all of the burials at "Old Gibson" and hopefully redeem the cemetery from oblivion. Old documents indicate that "A small white carved headstone previously seen here has disappeared". I wonder if this is perhaps the Flack headstone. This cemetery was destined for destruction a few years ago, but it has now been protected. Any info you can offer will be appreciated.
Thank you for your kind attention to this request. Gary Brown firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by G Brown on Jan 01, 2015 6:14 PM
will you please add the obit I sent to his memorial?
|deegraver||are you still active|
If so, did Robert Wray who died in 1830 have a son named Robert Wray (1806-1871) who is buried at Speedwell Cemetery?
|One of the Barnards||Find A Grave Memorial|
Would it be possible to get an age from her stone?
Find A Grave Memorial# 33169746
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