|Ann Maree (#47329830)|
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|M. Lach||William S. Hawk|
My grandfather was William Shurley Hawk who is buried in Evergreen Cemetery at Makanda IL. For some reason my father was left out of his obituary. His name was William Junior Hawk. He was born 30 Jan 1926 in Makanda to William and Neva Ruth McKown. He married my mother Emma Jean Wallace 31 Aug 1942 in Cape Girardeau MO. Both of my parents are buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Makanda Jackson IL.
Also, there is a transcription error in William S. Hawk's obituary...he did not have 5 sons who preceded him in death. His obituary states that there were 5 children who preceded him in death.
I would appreciate a correction to this website to include my parents.
Thank you...Mary Lach firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by M. Lach on May 01, 2015 3:02 PM
Thanks for the photo!
Added by Carmian on Apr 29, 2015 4:06 PM
|Linda Cascio||Add a child|
Thank you so much for your work in the Dillinger Cemetery in Carbondale, Illinois. Please add my grandmother, Fay Bridges Dixon, to the children of Clark (#122164299) and Edith (122164319) Bridges' children. If you need any documentation on her I will be glad to provide.
Thank you Again.
|t zobel||John Sammons -Hazel Green Cem|
I am headed through this area on the way to Memphis in the next few days and will attempt to find this cemetery - do you need information on this Sammons family of Virginia ?
Added by t zobel on Apr 28, 2015 7:29 AM
|Rebecca ||RE: AZLITE|
Thank you. My son is David Benjamin Couture Find A Grave Memorial# 113000010
I would like to maintain his memorial and be able to connect him to his brother and grandfather.
Added by Rebecca on Apr 27, 2015 9:36 AM
|John Monroe||GW Monroe|
Thank you so much for finding George's gravesite and adding the picture. I was at South County Line a few months ago and thought I had looked at every tombstone but evidently had not.
Again thank you very much.
|David W. Jent||Mary Gent|
Cheatham County was established in 1856 from parts of Davidson, Robertson, Montgomery, and Dickson counties. The county was named in honor of Edward Saunders Cheatham, Speaker of the State Senate. The county seat is Ashland City.
I believe that since Mary Sanders Gent was born prior to 1856, her nativity was associated to Robertson County which existed in the year 1821, as Cheatham County did not exist at that point.
HOWEVER, Let me locate the information, scan it for you and email you a copy of what I have. Will you send an email to my email address that is posted in my profile so that I may reply privately to your request. I also have a resource that you may be further interested in and will email you information. Please give me a couple of days to reply. Do not hesitate to request urgency, if I do not respond in a timely manner to meet your needs. With Respect, David
|William Harrison||Accosted while taking photo of marker you requested|
Hi Ann Maree,
Today, as I was photographing the marker of Nicholas Garshelis, which you had submitted a request for yesterday, I was confronted by Jenny Garshelis, who stated that she did not want the
"private information" inscribed on the grave marker photographed. I told her that she should not have created a permanent display of "private" information. she proceeded to grill me on who had paid me to take the photo, to which I told her that I was just a volunteer responding to a request for the photo to be taken and posted on the very detailed memorial that had been posted.
I also told her that if she did not want photos of the marker to become available for viewing by others, that she could contact the person who posted the marker and ask them to delete the memorial. She became quite angry with me because I repeatedly told her that I was only a volunteer, responding to someone's request for a photo. I will also share this info with Sheila, who posted the memorial.
Thanks Ann Maree for the clarification. I put the reference to Carbondale in his bio.. You're a great researcher. Thanks again.
Added by Sheila on Apr 16, 2015 9:36 PM
That's fine. I wanted to also thank you for link to "Watt's" memorial. It took me awhile to link today, because I was going over everything with a fine tooth comb :) It was a bit of a challenge to piece this one together, but now makes complete sense, except for one item. Still unsure about your town of birth for son, John. They lived in Murphysboro, so that is what I'm inclined to put. Can you tell me where you've seen Carbondale?
Added by Sheila on Apr 16, 2015 7:45 PM
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