Phillip Eugene Snow was born in Berryville, Carroll Co., AR, the son of Eugene and Virginia Lane Combs Snow. He was raised in Fayetteville, AR, where his father was often in and out of the local VA hospital. Phillip graduated from Fayetteville High School and the University of AR with a BS in EE. He moved to Richardson, Dallas Co., TX to work for Collins Radio, TI, Rockwell, DSC Communications and Alcatel-Lucent in the field of Reliability Engineering. He also earned an MS at SMU in Engineering Management. He now lives in McKinney, TX on an old horse ranch, named the Diamond Horseshoe. His genealogy interest was inspired by his older sister, Sidney, in 1994 and hasn't slowed since.
Elvie & John Glidewell Hello! I have taken photos of Gravesites in Marked Tree Arkansas for the last two summers, and while I thought I'd posted every photo to Find A Grave, I find quite often I've overlooked a photo here and there in the thousands of photos on my phone.
Today I was really excited to find I had a Glidewell photo, so I quickly posted it to your request. And then just as quickly I found I had mixed up Ella and Elvie, John G. And John C. So I've deleted the photo. My apologies!
Please repost your request! I'm pretty sure I've taken photos of every monument within Marked Tree and I'm currently transferring the photos to a cloud drive. I'll continue to keep looking for the correct Glidwell grave stone. If one exists I've sure to run across it!
Just wanted to say thanks for your posting of my grandfather, Leon Livermore Fancher. Looks like you got of lot of the info from my Ancestry tree. I have spent many hours researching his life and I'm glad to see it on Find -A-Grave. I have now joined and hope to post more Fancher items and others. The new headstone was done by myself a few years back.
Re: Grundy Hawkins The majority of the headstones in the Confederate Cemetery at Fayetteville only mark the grave. They are blank for the most part. However, cemetery records for this cemetery show that Grundy was the 64th interment. His listing shows that he was in Co G, Thomsons Reg., Shelby's Brig. of Missouri. He would be in the Missouri Section of the cemetery. - dennis
Mary Jane Thompson Miller born 1857 died 1930 I will go look again. I missed the other one. But I found lots of Thompsons there. Not sure how they are connected, but the names carries on. Thank you so much
RE: Stephen Snow @ Clay Hill Cemetery I've heard there is/(are) a (some) civil war cemetery(ies) somewhere around here, but I don't know where it/(they) is/(are). There are several cemeteries I've been to (around here)that have Civil War Vets in them. Unfortunately, Greene & Taney counties are a bit out of my range, unless you could guarantee I would have something to photograph (& that's the problem isn't it!). With exact position information (in the cemetery) & good directions To the cemetery (and/or a map) I'd be willing to go as far as Springfield (35 miles) IF I have another reason to make the trip (like a medical appointment)and the weather is OK. (like above freezing & no precipitation & no ice/slush/snow on ground & roads). Even though I drive a Jeep, I really don't wish to test it's capabilities :) .
Stephen Coe Snow @ Clay Hill Cemetery The current Manager of the Clay Hill Cemetery records is the Grandson and son of previous managers. He tells me there was a fire (still checking on the year) at the Church where the original records were stored, and they were lost. A partial Record was @ the Then managers home, and has been added to since. His quote is "The Records are incomplete and not necessarily correct"...
Partial surveys of the Cemetery have been conducted a few times since and one (comprehensive) survey is in progress right now; and should be completed by the end of this month. Be advised that vandalism has happened in the past and markers have been broken, stolen, or defaced, etc.
I'm Sorry but, At the moment, he has No Record of a Stephen Snow, or any Snow, buried at the Clay Hill Cemetery. After the Survey is completed, he will call me if his name shows up. If it does, and there IS a marker, I will Photograph it.