|PurplePansy||RE: Marion William|
I got the dates from the records in the Bonaventure office. He doesn't have a tombstone and we are not sure exactly where in the lot he is buried. According to the newspaper obituary Marion William "Joy" was visiting with my great grandfather, John Holbrook Jr, in Claxton at the time of his death. Since he probably handled the arrangements I believe (without proof) that Joy is buried somewhere in the front area. I was told (at the office) that vaults were not required at the time of Joy's death so when they searched the grounds for me they couldn't find evidence of the grave.
|Ally||RE: Mary Waters|
I will let you know when I see a headstone for her. I walk by their grave when I go walking out there. I won't forget!
Added by Ally on Jan 06, 2014 6:36 AM
|PHH||RE: Frederick Albert Estll|
Thanks for your help. I made the changes you requested. Phil
Added by PHH on Dec 17, 2013 6:27 AM
|Alton & Loudonia||Dolphus Askew.|
Sorry for the mistake, I post as received, I have no way to know if correct or not.
|JoAnn HAGANS Harris||Dewey and Henry Olliff|
I have transferred them to you, take good care of them.
|The Bull||RE: Photo|
Glad I could help...You're welcome.
Added by The Bull on Aug 28, 2012 5:17 PM
I could not find a Mary Waters buried in Greenwich. Next to Paul Waters it seems though there would be a space next to him but there is no marker. I will be back out there and will look over the list and see if there is something I may of missed. I would of expected her to be next to Paul if she had not remarried.
Added by Ally on Oct 20, 2011 1:17 PM
|Ray Fincham||RE: Photo|
Thanks for picking up that mistake. I must have been working on a bunch of pictures that I took the day I was there. I took about 40 or so of different headstones. Mostly Civil War veterans. Again thanks. I made the change.
|Ray Fincham||RE: photos|
No problem on the photos. Glad I could help. There is a book that is in print that shows most all of the people that are buried in the IOOF Cemetery by row and section. I found one in the local library and it was just a matter of getting their location.