|d burdick||RE: Selmer's Peterson's headstone|
I was lucky enough to run across the grounds keeper. Now I have a map but it is still very confusing. Good luck on your family tree.
|Russell Armstrong||Cross Cut Cemetery|
I was pleased to see the family has reclaimed this place and are keeping it secure. J.T Hill (Jefferson Thomas Hill) is my 2nd great grandfather. Manda Hill Williams is his sister. My brothers live in Pheonix. I live in New Orleans. I would like to visit the cemetery sometime in the near future and meet any Williams or Hill descendants. Do you know I can contact them?
I work in historic preservation . Anything I can do to help, let me know. This site likely qualifies for protection by the National Park Service as a historic site.
Russell Dean Armstrong
504-616-2530 (text if you can)
|Shawn C.||Cross Cut Cemetery - Eugene Bridgeman|
Eugene Bridgeman is my great, great, great - grandfather.. Please have it noted on his memorial that he was a Civil War veteran....He was apart of the 7th and 15th Regiments for the Connecticut Infantry, Company F. He was a private.
Added by Shawn C. on Jul 06, 2015 10:49 PM
|Beverly Graves||Cross Cut Cemetery|
Thank you for transferring the management of Caroline Heath to me. Your very loving note brought tears to my eyes and gave me chills. You have been Blessed with a very Beautiful and Caring Soul.
Thank You again,
Caroline's Great Great Granddaughters,
Gaye MacDonald and Beverly Graves
Pam, I was wondering if you are a relative of Ephriam Tompkins? He is a relative of mine on my Mom's side. His wife was a Safford which is my Mom's maiden name. Would you be willing to transfer him to me? His # is 25437623 and my # is #47118717.
|G L O R Y B E ~ Gotta Lotta Our Relatives...||Allie Case Varnum|
I just posted a headstone pic for Allie Case Varnum. Take a look. She has an interesting headstone. :) Shana
|judy moody||Thank you|
Pam, Thank you SO MUCH! for locating and photographing my dad's grave. Since I live in Oregon I cannot visit the gravesite. My father was a wonderful man who died way too early. God bless you for taking the time to do this.
|James Redus||Memorial for Leonard Robinson|
Thank you so much for the photo of this memorial. Leo and I have been friends since our childhood, so your photo has special meaning for me. Thank you again.