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Stephanie Hill (#48050419)
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I love walking through old cemeteries, reading the inscriptions and wondering about the lives of the people buried there. Why not take a few photos while I'm there?
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Gen
Morrow/Giles/Turpin
STEPHANIE, Thank You!!! All the work you've done for our family. You are totally Awesome!!!!
Added by Gen on Feb 27, 2015 1:04 PM
Christine Taylor
RE: Alma Hicks
You're welcome!
Christine
Added by Christine Taylor on Feb 13, 2015 10:24 AM
Hatcher
newman
Your Welcome
Added by Hatcher on Feb 05, 2015 10:02 PM
Dixie Scott
RE: Baggetts at Live Oak
You are very welcome :)
Added by Dixie Scott on Feb 02, 2015 7:24 AM
Grave_Walker
RE: Harris graves at Ridge Park
You are very welcome. Glad I could help in this small way.

Blessings,
Grave_Walker
Added by Grave_Walker on Oct 17, 2014 12:34 PM
LKat
Jean & Norman Hansen
You are welcome for the photos, glad to help.

The marker is a single stone, his name is on the front and hers is on the reverse side. They are buried in the same grave.

In the older sections the spouses were buried in adjacent graves. Thus two markers were necessary. In the newer sections, with spouses buried in one grave, one stone is used and the spouse is listed on the back and usually has the engraving "His Wife".

At the present time they still adding only one stone but are engraving the spouse's full name.

Since she died before he did the original marker probably was something like this.

" Jean
July 4, 1919
June 24, 1989
Wife of LT COL
Norman Hansen USAF"

Her last name was not listed but rather "Wife of..."

When he died the stone was replaced with her name on the reverse with only her first name and "His Wife"

It is interesting to see the evolution for the engraving of the stones.
Added by LKat on Jul 08, 2014 3:22 PM
Fred Sanford
RE: Jesse H Huggins
you're welcome!

Fred
Added by Fred Sanford on Jun 22, 2014 6:55 PM
Dori Emerson Lloyd
RE: Grant Murphy grave
Stephanie, it was my pleasure--this cemetery has been greatly neglected, but just in the past year has become the project of a man who is taking great pains to clean it and the neighboring Pinehurst Cemetery. The before and after pics are stunning. Unfortunately, the markers such as Grant Murphy's with the plaques made of tire material are far gone--his was one of the more intact ones--so sad! We are hoping that a site map can be found at some point. :)
Added by Dori Emerson Lloyd on Jun 10, 2014 5:51 PM
Terri Lee
Freddie Smith - Robertsville Cemetery
Hello Stephanie, I have volunteered to get a picture of a headstone for Freddie Smith at the Robertsville Cemetery. I just wanted to let you know that it is taking me a bit longer to get the picture. I have been to the cemetery but some of the really old markers are really hard to read. We have had some really bad weather so hopefully I can get back over there in the next day or so to try again. I certainly hope this is ok. I will get it done though ASAP.
- Terri Lee
Added by Terri Lee on Apr 30, 2014 7:17 PM
SteveL
Forest Hills graves 4th grave
The fourth grave that was with Hendrix and Eagleton is

John W. Gibson (6/24/1884 - 1/2/1947)

When I took the pictures I was not sure if he belonged. If he does, I still have the photos.

Steve
Added by SteveL on Dec 11, 2013 8:07 PM
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