|Sara Fielder (#47042075)|
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|Grammyღ||RE: Thank You!|
You are very welcome. It gives me some much needed peace in my life to go to old cemeteries and see the struggle that our ancestors endured, losing spouses and sometimes several children in a short period of time. Very humbling! Taking pics is an added blessing. :) ~Angie~
Added by Grammyღ on May 26, 2015 5:21 PM
Glad to be able to visit Mrs. Carmichael for you at a time of year her surroundings are turning lovely!
|K. Mastin Mallory||RE: Memorial# 52166930|
I copied the bio and marked the part that should be removed. It's a duplicate line that names the incorrect parents. :-)
|Erv & Patty Hudson||Margaret Looman|
Thank you for the information. I will look into this further and hopefully find her final resting place.
|Flynn Warmington||Eliza White Bullitt & Husband at Cave Hill|
I notice that the tombstone of Eliza White Bullitt in Cave Hill is next to that of her husband, Cuthbert Bullitt, 1810-1906 (4 August). However, there is no find-a-grave memorial for this particular Cuthbert Bullitt, who was a colonel.
I wonder if someone could add a record for him. His death record from Louisville exists.
|D willis||RE: Thanks|
You are welcome. She is my husbands grandmother. I wish you well in your search.
Added by D willis on Dec 06, 2014 3:05 PM
|Barbara Wolf||RE: Thank you|
It was my pleasure. Have a great weekend. Barb
|Lana Gander Rodgers||RE: Thanks|
You are welcome. I took the photos last spring and had not had a chance to add the Blackwood connection to my Ancestry page.
I had read about the Blackwood Cemetery and could not find it. I visited with a gentleman who was 93 and he told where it was.
Mary Caroline Gramling-Blackwood was a sister to my great grandfather Joseph Richard Gramling, Sr. who is buried at Owen's Chapel Cemetery in Paragould, Arkansas.
|RL (Bob) Nielsen||Sarah Emma Pitman Amy|
In addition to the grave marker at Applegate (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=35590998) for Sarah E Amy, there is a second one at Cedar Hill (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=51710283). One of them would be a cenotaph. I would lean toward the one at Cedar Hill being the cenotaph, perhaps placed near husband George's grave at his death in 1925 to commemorate her death so many years before (1880). What do you think?
|Virginia Paredes-Tijerina||RE: Thanks|
Hello Sara, you are so welcome. It keeps me busy because I have just retired. I love doing it and finding love ones for others. Thanks, I hope you have a great week as well. Peace, Virginia
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