|Linda Williams Nelson (#46931036)|
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|I am a member of the Limestone Co. Historical Society. We are trying to save the old section of the New Garden Cemetery near Elkmont,AL. Many of the tombstones are in danger of being lost because of the destruction caused by vehicles running into this cemetery. We are seeking help in the restoration of this very old cemetery with a rich history. Many of those buried here are connected with the New Garden Cumberland Presbyterian Church and were early settlers in our county before it was Alabama or soon after. If you have an ancestor buried here, you might be interested in getting more information from this website limestonecountyhistoricalsociety.org|
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Weird. My dads name was Charles Vining . He passed in 2003. He was born in 1920 in Oaklahoma.
Added by lvining on May 26, 2010 6:05 PM
|Patricia Nave||RE: Margaret McNeely|
Thanks for transferring! I read with interest the efforts to restore the cemetery and would like to do something to help.
|Patricia Nave||Margaret McNeely|
Margaret McNeely, buried in New Garden is an ancestor.
I have received a transfer of ownership of her husband's grave (William McNeely) in Giles County, TN. Will you transfer ownership of Margaret's to me?
Thanks for the work you have done on this cemetery.
Vining Descendent with background in film. Having fun taking pictures and using digital restoration methods to get dates, names etc on otherwise unrecognizeable graves. Been looking for major Thomas Vining of Athens who died in 1826. The old city cemetery next to house hasn't come up with anything. Trouble finding graves pre 1831. His son John Vining is believed to be at stateline next to the church. We found Rebecca Mckee Vining only. We had a picture of Charles Vining in 2006 taken from there however his headstone has apparently disappeared when we went to check.
Added by Culex on May 09, 2009 1:12 PM
|Culex||RE: Old New Garden Cemetery|
Your right about her last name being Glaze. I took all the photos in the old side and could not find Andrew. I'm actually here till Monday. Some stones were unidentifiable.
Added by Culex on May 08, 2009 12:44 PM
|Charlotte Hardamon Coble||Hardiman, Hattie|
New Garden Cemetery, Elkmont, Limestone, AL
H??tie Hardiman is Hattie Hardiman
she is one of my ancestors
her parents -
George Washington Hardiman
17 Jan 1853 Giles TN
12 Aug 1943 Limestone TN
married 18 Dec 1872
Balsey Ann Davidson b Feb 1857 AL
Hattie was born and died in Elkmont, Limestone AL
her brother James Talley Hardiman is buried in this cemetery
her sister Ammie Hardiman Holland is buried in Sylone Cemetery, Elkmont, Limestone, Alabama
husband, Frances Pearl "Pearlie" Holland
If you would, please make the changes to Hattie's information. thank you.
Charlotte Hardamon Coble
I cannot get an email through. Can you please contact me. Thanks Michele
|Rheba Dec REDUS Currier||DISTRUCTION!!! Old---New Garden Cemetery|
Oh dear..such unwanton distruction of sacred grounds...wish I had money...I'd gladly contribute to reconstruction! Many, including
India P. REDUS, are among my ancestors. Many thanks for your postings, they are even more precious, now, I realize this distruction. God willling they can be saved.
Rheba Dec REDUS Currier
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