|Davine Harding (#47364755)|
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I expect to pass through this world
Any good thing, therefore, that I can do
or any kindness that I can show
to any fellow human being
let me do it now.
Let me not defer nor neglect it,
for I shall not pass this way again.
– Stephen Grellet (1773–1855)
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|Sharon Soileau||RE: Elsie Harding|
Let me know if you would like me to add the picture.
|V. Case Ford||RE:mary monks fritz|
so is she actually not supposed to be in Gray?
|V. Case Ford||RE: Photo request|
which photo are you referencing? Thanks
|Sharon Soileau||Elsie Harding|
If you are certain that she is next to Oliver Harding then I can post his picture showing the area empty around him.
Could she possibly be as Elsie Patton?
He is in the Garden of Flowering Dogwood.
|J. G. Ivey||Catherine Davis Long|
I checked that picture is not correct, show her picture is close older about 55 years. She was 34 years before she died in 1840. I believe the old photo was start after 1855 to appear. Catherine Davis' sister is Alcy Wooten Davis Ivey is my ggg grandmother married to Barna Ivey, they are buried in Ivey Cem., Russell County, Ala.
Also her mom is not correct is wrong date.
|Karen Lyles Pilkington||response to your suggestion|
Thanks for letting me know about duplicate info for Flossie Webb in Munford Cemetery. I have deleted one of the memorials.
|"A Tribute To Memories" - Diana Hanner Bolain||Robert Heckart|
I will transfer his memorial to you. Thanks
|V. Case Ford||Photo request|
Am trying to fulfill req for photo #110664703 Mary A. Monks Fritz. Any other obit info. Find no grave or mention of her in cem rec.Thanks
|Sandra Hollister Newell||Pioneer Cemetery, Maysville, KY|
Davine, I have a question/need advise on my quest to mark a grave of a Patriot, Judah/Judas Levi/Levy. He is a proven patriot from the American Revolution. He is also my 5G Grandfather. Judah Levi died in Maysville, KY in 1829, and was buried with full military honors. Local (Maysville, KY) historians at the library, tell me that since he was buried with full military honors, the Pioneer Cemetery is probably the place he would have been buried. I have memories of accompanying my Great Grandmother, Nellie Watson Hollister, GGG-Granddaughter of Judah Levi, to put flowers on graves on Decoration Day in the late 1950s. We stood at the Pioneer Cemetery, and Nellie clucked her tongue and lamented how it was such a disgrace the graves/cemetery were in such disarray, unkept, broken markers, etc, and we placed flowers on a section of the cemetery where she remembered Judah was laid to rest. Now, I am on a mission to have his graved re-marked.
Judah served under LaFayette, and his likeness is on the river floodwall capturing LaFayette's visit in 1825. Judah is the man wearing the eyepatch and wearing bib overalls.
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Added by JAY on Jul 03, 2015 9:38 AM
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