|D K Railsback B||photo permission|
May I use your photo of Wm. Blanton's tombstone in my personal Legacy software?
Thank you so much for adding it.
Wm. was my husband's direct line ancestor.
Donna Railsback Braly
|Nuckolls||RE: Nancy Reavis Gordon|
It was not easy, but being next to her husband and having it marked on the cemetery plot helped. I hope you have a Happy New Year!
Added by Nuckolls on Jan 04, 2016 7:44 AM
|Terry (Todd) Ferl||Todd Cemetery, Hill Creek|
I created a cemetery called Todd Cemetery, and then created 4 memorials for the cemetery with gravestone photos that I found on the online Cannon County Cemetery Project. Now I think maybe you took those photos? You wrote 3 years ago (July 2012 to my cousin L. Edward St. John) that the cemetery is on Hills Creek Rd on James Parker's property.
One of the memorials I created is 151168702. Is that perhaps a photo that you took and put on the CCCP web site? Can you give me details on how to get to that cemetery? Shall I add anything else to the cemetery record description?
Terry (Todd) Ferl
|Sue Dotson||Elsie Anderson Savage # 104191413|
I was at the McKenzie Cemetery over the weekend. There is a stone for Norris and immediately to the right is a funeral home marker for Elsie Blackburn Whittington. (After all these years I guess I had the two Elsie's confused.) The next stone and subsequent stones in the row are different surnames. To the left of the stone for Norris there is a huge span with no markers whatsoever, then 4 markers for for Andersons who were sons/d-i-ls of Elsie Anderson (hesitate to call her Savage since there does not seem to be a marriage record anywhere for her and Norris, and my f-i-l had said he didn't think they were ever married.) So Elsie Anderson's grave must be in that open span and is obviously without a marker. So you should probably delete your photo request for it. When I download my photos I will upload a pic of that span to the memorial. I already noted on the memorial that the grave is unmarked.
|pat||J.A. Mitchell #91279254|
Glad you photographed this stone, very interesting. I have looked for this stone, can't find it.
Added by pat on May 19, 2015 10:51 PM
|Jack Case Wilson||RE: Jack Case|
It is up to us to make sure that they are all remembered.
Jack Case Wilson
....for the photos of my Aunt Goldie's grave and her family!!!!!!!!
|Ruth Dowdy-McArthur||Thanks for the Photo|
Thanks very much for the photo you've taken and posted of the grave of Jesse Aubrey Dowdy, Jr. I do appreciate it very much.
Dowdy Family Historian
|Noma Kelton Henderson||RE: Amanda Kelton|
Thanks! I spent the day checking my research on this family! Thanks for all the pictures of the stones!
|Judy O.||Abe McMahan|
Thank you, thank you!
I don't know how you found this!
Obviously the grave site is in the woods with a metal/iron fence around it.
Thank you for your all your effort.
Added by Judy O. on Oct 17, 2012 7:38 PM
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