|Doug McBroom (#46954190)|
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I am researching my North Louisiana grandparents' surnames: MAY, MCBROOM, PLUNKETT, and ROWELL. Please let me know if you have any information to add to my memorials.|
Also, you are welcome to use any of my pictures.
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Hi, I am a relative of David Curry. Buried at Antioch Baptist Church in Washington County Georgia. Today I went to this cemetery. It was so neat. I understand that David Curry and William May donated the land for this cemetery. William May has a not from you that there is not stone for him. Can you tell me how you are positive he is buried there. I notice his wife has a marker. The reason Im asking is that I have reason to believe that David's father William Curry is also buried in the cemetery but I could not find a stone. If there are unmarked graves in this cemetery would anyone have records of the burials? Thanks so much for the beautiful photos of this cemetery. I would have never found it without your help.
Added by Markham on Jul 29, 2014 7:22 PM
|Mary Ann Weshinskey||George Ritchie 21430616|
Thank you for the info you gave me reference Mr. Ritchie. I apologize for taking so long in taking care of this. When I went to Mr. Ritchie's memorial to make the changes, I found they had already been done. If you are related to Mr. Ritchie I would be glad to transfer his memorial to you.
|Tom Tyler||Jerry Lester Keese|
Thank you for the transfer,and for the service to our country,Tom Tyler
|DMaron||RE: Tombstone pictures|
You're welcome, not far from my home and for
a change I found staff at the memorial garden that gave me the grave location. Best wishes, Dale
Added by DMaron on Jul 06, 2014 11:58 AM
|SaraPar||RE: Tombstone picture|
You're welcome. I did want to say if you're able to get in touch with the family members of Mr. Harrell that they should contact the funeral home or cemetery. The gravesite is in dire need of maintenance due to the settling of the soil.
Added by SaraPar on Jun 15, 2014 5:22 PM
|Donna Hinton Warke||RE: William M Toney|
Thanks Doug, that's a great idea. It will take me several months to get through the cemetery. I'll send them to you when you have forgotten all about it. lol
|Crystal Freeman||RE: Tombstone pictures|
You're very welcome:)
|Donna Hinton Warke||William M Toney|
Got a question for you and I will totally understand if you don't want to do it.
I'm not sure if you remember the problem I was having at the Providence Cemetery in Ringgold, Bienville Parish, Louisiana.
Ms Alverne entered the names of people buried in this cemetery back in 2008 from a list. I tried in vain last year to get edits done through her to no avail. She told me she was too old to keep up with edits. Find a grave tried working with her, but she is old and confused and would say one thing one time and something else the next. She would was not willing or able to do a large number of edits or willing to have find a grave do them for her. So I gave up. Bless her. Others have also tired and gave up.
Since then, I have returned to this very large cemetery and taken photos of the entire cemetery. Since I could not get anywhere with Ms Alverne, I am trying to go around her with duplicates, I don't no what else to do. They can be merged at a later date.
I am attempting to connect as many families as possible. I did this to a couple of other cemeteries and was able to connect almost all. These are my family members and I have info on most of them.
Anyway to my question is it okay to move your photos to a new memorial? I don't want your work to be overlooked.
Thanks for all that you do. Have a blessed day.
|Ruby ||Etheldred May Family|
Do you by chance have anything to document Jehu May born in 1817 and died 1899 as Etheldred May's son? We did not see him on the estate list. We are working DAR papers and need to connect Jehu May to Etheldred May Born 1789 died 1852 Pike Co. Mississippi.
Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Ruby on Jun 04, 2014 12:21 PM
|Joseph Mann||RE: Tombstone pictures|
You're very welcome. I am glad to have been of help.
I also posted a photo of his parents crypt, which was three levels above Lance Jr.
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