|baack40||Hannah Leslie 52477941|
This is a very large cemetery with all flat markers. If you could call the office and find the location of this burial we would be glad to look for it. We can only ask for three locations without being charged. 740-452-2236
Added by baack40 on Jul 18, 2014 9:29 PM
|Ian Greatorex||RE: Guille Family|
Guernsey is part of the Channel Islands. It is part of the United Kingdom even though it is just off the coast of France.
Thank you for taking the time to take the picture for me.
|Elaine Miranda||Imogene Bledsoe Gambrell|
There is NO death date added to the memorial.
|Robert Shalvoy||Obituary for Mabel Agnes Ross|
To finish up the addition of the Mabel Agnes Ross memorial to Find A Grave, I added to her Bio section the obituary that was published in the Greenville News. It provides a thorough listings of her siblings and so I thought it would be helpful to someone researching this family.
|Carolyn Graham - Lopez||RE: Augusto de Queveda|
No, not in my tree but what an interesting name. Have never heard it before. Thanks for your idea to clean a marker like the one for Clemmie.
|Robert Shalvoy||Childers Family at Simpsonville Municipal Cemetery|
As part of taking the pictures of the graves of the John Thomas and Agnes Huff Childers family, I added a new memorial to Find a Grave. It is for their daughter Mabel Agnes Ross (memorial # 129215445). I believe she married Jesse Clyde Ross.
|Carolyn Graham - Lopez||Clemmie Potts|
Margaret, I was at the McWilliams cemetery today and made pictures for the markers of Clemmie and Clarence Potts. Clarence's stone was okay but the one for Clemmie is almost submerged in red dirt. It is a sad sight and I am sure you would not want to add it to Find A Grave in its present condition. Perhaps I can go back sometime and clean it up.
|J B||RE: Gambrell Relatives|
Margaret, I do have a lot of info on both Find A Grave and Ancestry.com about the Gambrells that first moved from SC to AL and then N. MS. Then parts of the family ended up in the Fort Worth Area of Texas. They came from Andersonville to MS in early 1840's. If you have regular e-mail address, send me a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and that way I can send you links to info and attached files. I don't have a lot of info about the ones left in SC. If you go to my name on Find A Grave and look at list of memorials managed, that will give you a good start on MS family Jimmy B.
Added by J B on May 04, 2014 2:21 PM
|Ellie Naylor||Oaklawn Cem-Andrew/Bonnell/Grace Borders|
Interesting how families are intermingled. Uncle Andy was my grandfather's brother. Aunt Bonnell was like a mother to my mother whose mother died when Mom was only 7 years of age and Grandpa never remarried. Regards,
|Charlie Porter||RE: Woodlawn Memorial Park|
Always glad to help.
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