|Tammy Scott||Baird Cemetery|
Hi, I'm trying to find info on where the Baird cemetery is located in Harrison co, Ky. I live in Harrison co and just found out that I have several family members buried there, Thanks, Tammy
|Diane L. Webb||Samuel Clinton Barnhill|
I had put that he had two middle names Pettit and Clinton. Please disregard and delete the Pettit in the middle name, Thank you. I could not find my source for it so better to delete.
Diane L. Webb
|popsphotos||RE: Martha Johnson|
I added the photo of her :)
|Mary Riggs Brinson||Lemmon Cemetery Harrison Cty Ky|
Hi Jennifer could you please give me directions to this Cemetery,,I see you have pics of it,, Thanks Mary Riggs Brinson
|Christopher Mosca||Adams-Lear Cemetery|
I was hoping if you could transfer the rest of the names in the Adams-Lear Cemetery from Scott County, Ky.
Thanks a lot!!!!
|Walter Pack Family||Re: 26162055|
Elizabeth C. Thompson Lilly...
Please transfer to me. I would be forever grateful. God bless you for adding her to the Find A Grave so she could be found.
We are related through both of his wives as grandparents decended to both of our Pack-Lilly parents. Thank you for being so kind.
|Walter Pack Family||Re: 26161748|
Hi Jennifer: I have so much information to add to Joseph L. Lilly known as Preacher Joe. He is our grandparent from both of his wives. Can you please transfer him to me it would be greatly appreciated. Bless you for adding him to the find a grave list.
|Elaine||Question regarding-Moody/Johnson graves|
Curious as to whether you are related to the Moody-Johnson family buried at Muddyford,Ky. Have view the 4 people buried there and believe them to be part of the family that lived my grandparents home prior to my grandparents. Would like to hear from you. You may contact me at email@example.com or call me at 573-701-5767.Thank you.
Added by Elaine on Aug 07, 2011 3:47 PM
|Elsie||RE: Roy Martin|
You're very welcome!
Added by Elsie on Jul 23, 2011 5:39 PM
|Genealogy Bug Kate||Georgetown Cemetery|
Thanks for taking photos of the Bradley tombstones. They are greatly appreciated.
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