|Wallace Guerrant Jr (#47972700)|
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Dr. Wallace B. Guerrant, Jr. from Winchester, KY. Direct male lineage: Rev. Wallace B. Guerrant, Sr. - Dr. Edward Owings Guerrant - Dr. Edward Putney Guerrant - Dr. Edward Owings Guerrant - Dr. Henry Ellis Guerrant - William Guerrant - Peter Guerrant, Jr. - Peter Guerrant, Sr. - Daniel Guerrant - Henri Guerin.|
50 year old Optometrist, married with 4 fabulous kids, enjoy bass fishing, genealogy, history, archaeology, any and all sports (except for curling), landscaping/yard work. And, of course, eyeballs :) Good grief, 50 sounds ancient to me. I swear I feel like I'm 25! Where has the time gone???
If anyone in Clark County, KY would like me to get GPS coordinates on a graveyard, just shoot me a message or email. No problem. But if I don't know where it is, you'll have to show me. Of course, anyone with a "smart phone" can get an app called "GPS Essentials" and get coordinates themselves. But I use a Garmin Oregon hand-held and it's a lot more accurate than any smartphone app.
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|Betty Evans||Ryland Dillard Hunter|
Thank you for taking and posting the picture of my ancestors grave marker.
|Sharon Speigle||RE: Ida Thompson tombstone|
Thanks for responding. I just now saw that you answered me back in April, but I didn't see the reply. I apologize. Do you know who has the cemetery information for Rucker's Cemetery so I could contact them to see if they can identify who this Ida Thompson belongs to? I tried googling it but can't find anything.
|Sharon Speigle||Ida Thompson tombstone|
I was wondering if you have proof that this particular Ida Thompson is definitely the one related to the Ankney family from Ohio. The Ida Thompson I am looking for was married to John Thompson and passed away at the infirmary in Cynthiana, Kentucky. The funeral home was Whaley. She also had a son named Elmer, but they went by the name of Chambers instead of Thompson.
|Alta Futch||Bobby Smith|
Thanks for the prompt action and your volunteerism.
I'm not sure we could even get in cemeteries here, the ground is totally saturated. Our maintained yards are squishy. The cemeteries, with their uneven ground would be horrible.
Thanks again for taking the extra time.
|Jill F||Thank you!|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph Dee Baber's stone. I greatly appreciate it!
Added by Jill F on May 27, 2015 3:08 PM
Thank you for the photos of the Gilliam's grave.
Added by CHS on May 26, 2015 7:57 PM
|betty reese||Kenneth Banks|
Thanks so much for the tombstone photo @ the Wincester Cemetery and for taking the time to do several photos making sure the dates were readable. All your work is appreciated.
|KYPowells||Geneva Opal Creech|
Thank you SO much for providing this picture! She was my aunt and one of 13 children, and I'm glad to be able to add to my headstone photographs. You all do a good work.
|Sharon Speigle||Rucker Cemetery|
Hello! I have a question about the grave/tombstone of Ida Thompson. Are you sure that it is Ida Ankney Thompson's tombstone because her death certificate states that she died in Cynthiana, Harrison County, Kentucky at the city infirmary and is buried there -- in 1948 and not 1943? I'm hoping that this is her and they made a mistake on the tombstone. I am related to her husband, John Thompson. He was the brother to my great-grandfather, Alexander Thompson, and he is the only Thompson sibling left that I can't find out where and when he died, especially since he was going by the alias of John Chambers. Sharon Thompson Speigle
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