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omikeo (#47296124)
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and Saline County, Missouri

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Mckenzie in Yell County, Ark

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Jerry W. Ferguson
RE: Blue Bluff Cemetery
Larry P. Aikman, Sr. too the following GPS readings using the Military Grid Reference System:

Waypoint 319 15 S VJ 49745 63493 e20 Lilly Undine Parks marker

Waypoint 321 15 S VJ 49754 63502 e19 James Briggs marker.

I don't know if this is what you are wanting to add.
Added by Jerry W. Ferguson on Dec 14, 2014 9:45 PM
Jerry W. Ferguson
Blue Bluff
Blue Bluff Cemetery is located about 4 miles west of Briggsville, Arkansas and about a mile west of the old Fourche Valley School. It is located on property that is owned by Billy Lofland. I might find some coordinates for you. It is not possible to drive or walk in since it is grown up but one could take a tractor in.
Added by Jerry W. Ferguson on Dec 14, 2014 9:30 PM
Jerry W. Ferguson
Blue Bluff Cemetery
Thank you for the edits for Blue Bluff Cemetery at Briggsville, Yell Co, AR.

This cemetery is almost lost with fallen trees, brush, etc. I'm thankful for the photos we have. There are many other people buried there without grave markers and those are lost.
Added by Jerry W. Ferguson on Dec 11, 2014 10:24 PM
Mary Standridge
Nathan R Moore
I sent a correct for Nathan R. Moore, that is incorrect, I tried to go back and retract it but was unable to find it.

Added by Mary Standridge on Oct 10, 2014 12:56 PM
Linda Davis
Thanks for attempting to get the photo of the grave of John Wesley Rivers. I didn't know that it was unmarked.
Added by Linda Davis on May 05, 2014 5:34 AM
Dan Clymer
RE: Norman Cemetery
I have tracked the LOST or NORMAN CEMETERY down to North of Ola.
City Hall in Ola told me it is:
Go north on Hwy 7 from Nola to where it comes back into Hwy 10 (I think they mean old Hwy 10).
They said turn by the chicken barns just before you get to Hwy 10 on a dirt road they call Tucker Road. I have tried to find on map with no luck.
Let me know if you have any luck.
Thanks, Dan
Added by Dan Clymer on Apr 01, 2014 2:57 PM
Dan Ryan
RE: Springdale Cemetery and Mausoleum
Please let your mother know that the two of you are very welcome, & I'm glad I could help.
Have a great spring,
Dan :)
Added by Dan Ryan on Mar 12, 2014 6:48 AM
Linda Thompson
RE: Letter
Short answer is no, although the old city map hanging in the Chancery Court building may show the location. The Blind Institute was established in 1848, and it struggled until the late 19th century with only a few students and some ineffective leaders. The building was used as a hospital during the Civil War. There are pictures (online) of a newer School for the Blind building in a different location on North State Street near the present Baptist Hospital, built about 1881 and used for about 70 years. The soldier's description probably indicates a location between the Old Capitol and Fortification Street.
Added by Linda Thompson on Feb 04, 2014 8:25 AM
Linda Thompson
RE: Grizzle
There is a well-maintained section at Greenwood Cemetery for unknown Confederate soldiers. There are no other records, other than the military records, for burials of Civil War soldiers there.

Added by Linda Thompson on Feb 03, 2014 8:27 PM
RE: Coffee County
Hi mike,

Thank you for your recognition of the work I do. It was my pleasure to please you.

Added by Patti on Dec 28, 2013 5:10 PM
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