|Oz||RE: John d. cummins|
Sorry I have no more info.
You may want to call the cem
Added by Oz on Jun 05, 2016 6:18 PM
|Donna Skinner Shuey||RE: Leatha B. Williams Cooper|
Completed. Thanks for the info.
Donna Skinner Shuey
|jackie ||RE: L T and Ameila Bowles Kelley|
I'm sad to say, I don't know how to get in now. The last time I was there it had just been mowed, our family paid a person that lives in front of the property. So that we would be able to walk through. It is about 2000 feet back off of the road, on a property privately owned. There is no pavement or road, it must be walked & is through trees & brush to get there.
The last we heard, not sure but, the owner was said to have passed away. I was very lucky to get the pictures when I did.
It is sad to see. The only thing I can suggest is to maybe call the county historical or the library & ask if there is any info about the property. I wish I could help you more.
Added by jackie on Jan 01, 2016 11:39 AM
|Angie Woodrum Tudor||Flora|
I looked at Clarence's photo and you are right. He and Floyd look very much alike. This is my husband's family but I am loving finding new family links and relatives.
|Kay Seipp||Daniel Pratt Anderson|
thank you for the head stone. k
|Karen Baker||RE: Willie Howard|
|Al Isaac||Massey Headstone|
Do tell. I was actually raised in Harrison Co.
Added by Al Isaac on Jun 29, 2015 9:08 PM
|Missy Noxon||John & Allie Sparks|
Thank you for posting the Sparks's grave photo. I really appreciate it.
|betty reese||KENNON CEMETERY|
Shirley, thanks for the Kennon Tombstone Photo in Milford, KY. Don't worry about the one you did not find-that is how it goes when you are searching for tombstones in a field with cows. I appreciate the time you took to do this, so thanks again.
|Karen Baker||Willie Howard|
Thanks so much for trying to find a headstone. Sorry the cemetery was such a mess.
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