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Gwen Stephenson (#47738378)
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LadyDi_60
Billingsley Family, Bethel Cem, Ashley Co, Ark
I would like to ask for permission to use some your headstone pictures for my Family Tree on ancesrty.com
Added by LadyDi_60 on Dec 29, 2012 10:47 AM
virgie martin
Jonathon Hosea Callaway
Gwen, thanks for the transcription on the referenced headstone. I have additional information from his family bible, if you would be interested. Thanks for the contribution info and thanks again for what you do.
Virgie Martin
Added by virgie martin on Mar 08, 2012 7:54 AM
Brock Ragus
Mann Graves
Thank you for the pictures of the Mann graves in Bethel Cemetery, Ashley County Arkansas. These were distant cousins.
Added by Brock Ragus on Mar 07, 2012 8:05 PM
Virgil & DeAnna C. Cooley
Double Message
Gwen, sorry about duplicate message - working on new iPhone and it's driving me crazy! I think it has a mind of its own.
Added by Virgil & DeAnna C. Cooley on Feb 29, 2012 6:49 PM
Virgil & DeAnna C. Cooley
RE: J.H. Callaway
Gwen, Your Picture for J H (Jonathan Hosea Callaway) looks good to me. My husband is originally from Hamburg/Crossett and recorded a few cemeteries there. Tonight was the first time I've seen of picture and notes left ny descendants. I transferred management to his ggg granddaughter Rita Westbrook.

Your name aused me to do a double take :) I'm sure my sister, who doesn't frequent cemeteries and has never been to Crossett is Gwen (Gwenda) Stephenson
Added by Virgil & DeAnna C. Cooley on Feb 29, 2012 6:46 PM
virgie martin
J. H. Callaway
Gwen, thank you so much for posting the photo of J. H. Callaway's headstone. Do you have a record available for the remainder of the headstone that is not legible in the photo?
Do they still use this cemetery? The picture of the entrance appears that it is locked and not accessible to the public. Do you have any information on how to get into the cemetery and who holds the written records of the burials?
I wish to express my gratitude for your thoughtfulness again for the photo.
Virgie Martin
Added by virgie martin on Feb 29, 2012 6:33 PM
 

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