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J. L. Cobb (#46947837)
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Bio Photo A special thanks to everyone for visiting and leaving flowers for my parents: James Lee Cobb and Alma Jean Crawford Cobb.

Please visit my sister's memorial, who left this life 7APR2012, Kathy.

Please visit my sister's memorial, who left this life 29May2014, Peggy
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Genealogy Girl
William Madison Wood III burial location.
You should put this in as a cenotaph.

Added by Genealogy Girl on Dec 21, 2014 1:52 PM
Phil Roberts
William Madison Wood III burial location.
William Madison Wood III is not buried in the Port Royal Cemetery in Henry County, KY; although, his wife Helen Marie Roberts Wood is buried there at a grave stone which also lists William's name. I am Helen's nephew, and I accompanied her to William's funeral in Massachusetts.

William had planned to buried in Port Royal Cemetery where Helen's parents, first husband, and two of her children are buried, but during the last couple months of his life William had a change of heart and chose to be buried with the Wood family in West Parish Garden Cemetery in Andover, MA even though his name and birthdate were already inscribed on the grave stone in Port Royal.

Here is William's memorial number in the Find a Grave registry if you would like to link his profile to the entry for my Aunt Helen, 53043110.
Added by Phil Roberts on Dec 07, 2014 6:13 PM
J Farris
Wesley Hale Brown
Thanks for the correction.
Added by J Farris on Nov 27, 2014 11:35 AM
Mary Cole-Hensley
John Harrison Johnson
Thank you so much for transferring John Harrison Johnson and Mary Frances Simpson Johnson to me. I truly appreciate you doing that for me. Mary
Added by Mary Cole-Hensley on Nov 27, 2014 8:38 AM
Mary Cole-Hensley
John Harrison Johnson
I just left you a message on John Harrison Johnson and Mary Frances Simpson....they are my great grandparents...sorry for the error.
Added by Mary Cole-Hensley on Nov 26, 2014 6:30 PM
Mary Cole-Hensley
John Harrison Johnson
Mr. Cobb, My name is Mary Cole-Hensley. My mother is Barbara Pickett, daughter of Mary Hill Johnson who is the daughter of John Harrison Johnson and Mary Frances Simpson.
John Harrison Johnson findagrave 28803739 and Mary Frances Simpson Johnson findagrave 28803738 are my grandparents. Would you please consider transferring these memorials to me? I would greatly appreciate it. Mary
Added by Mary Cole-Hensley on Nov 26, 2014 6:27 PM
Betty Sue Marlett Mouzakitis
Stanley Beckham 31463639
Hello again,

I was wondering if possibly you might transfer Stanley Beckham's memorial page to me. He is my Uncle and I would love to care for his page. If you do choose not to could you please remove Wm. Pinkney from the area for Father. He was not Stanleys father. Stanley was a Beckham because his mom had him out of wedlock and the name of his father was never really discussed by family so we dont know.
The only 2 others that were children of Martha "Mattie" were Planet and Richard. All the other children who were in actuality related were not siblings to Stanley. They were aunts/uncles. Also Mattie never married Wm Pinkney---she married Joe Marlett. William Pinkney was Martha's brother and Stanley was simply his nephew. I know it sounds complicated but it is just that Mattie had Stanley and wasnt married and stayed with her mom until she did marry 9 years later or so. So Stanley kept her name then when she had Planet and Richard she was married to Joe Marlett. Stanley was raised in the household with Martha's siblings but they were not his siblings. Im sorry for the trouble but now it appears that Martha is married to her brother and thats not a good thing and was not the case. Thank you so much for hopefully understanding. We would like to correct the relationships but we would add in that Stanley lived with his grandmother Matilda and was raised by his gram. Hope to hear from you soon.
Cordially and appreciatively,
Added by Betty Sue Marlett Mouzaki... on Nov 13, 2014 7:37 PM
Old Joseph
Amelia Cobb (#70309641)
Mr. Cobb:
I fulfilled your photo request on Sunday for Amelia Cobb. As you know, Amelia and her daughter's name are inscribed on the same small stone. However, later that evening I consulted the Richmond Cemetery Inventory of Burials and it seemed to indicate that Amelia had her own gravestone. Today I returned to the Richmond Cemetery and found that the obelisk I saw on Sunday actually had Amelia's and her husband's names on it. The obelisk is badly weathered but the Amelia and Thomas' names can still be read.
I have added captions to the gravestone photos for the memorials of Amelia and Thomas Benson Cobb.

Added by Old Joseph on Nov 04, 2014 11:52 AM
Iva House Cobb & Ida Bishop House

Iva's brother, Everett Rufus House was my grandfather.

According to a Find-A-Grave photo request, my great grandmother, Ida Bishop House (Mrs. James) is buried in the same grave as Mary Catherine Cobb in the Lexington, KY cemetery. They are sending me a photo.

I found Mary Catherine Cobb's Find-A-Grave web site and notice you maintain this memorial.
Can you confirm that my great grandmother is buried in the same plot as Mary Catherine?
Do you know of others researching Everett & Iva's lines? I will share information.

Any ideas where James A. House might of have buried?

Louise R. Henderson Stewart
Yakima, WA
Added by Henderson/House on Oct 26, 2014 11:58 AM
Keith Chilton
thanks for the transfer!
Added by Keith Chilton on Sep 30, 2014 5:59 PM
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