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Sara Fielder (#47042075)
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After researching some on viewing different trees, it looks like she was married to the son of Thomas Robert Cunningham? So she may have been related to Rachel by marriage?
Added by Biker92 on Apr 19, 2016 4:57 PM
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Bliss Cemetery is located off Lickford Bridge road. Parley was not there. Only Bliss there was William Henry and his wife Caterine Baxley along with her parents and grandparents and some other surnames. Cemetery had maybe 10-15 graves?
Added by Biker92 on Apr 19, 2016 10:02 AM
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He is my 4th great grandfather on his son William Henry Bliss's side 1846-1928?

Added by Biker92 on Apr 19, 2016 9:58 AM
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You're welcome!

Out of curiosity, are you familiar with the Bliss family in Harrison County?

Looking for burial info on Parley Dudley Bliss. He was born in 1801-1878 and married Senith Applegate until her death in 1858. He then married Flavia Cunningham, and was with her until he passed in 1878.
Added by Biker92 on Apr 18, 2016 5:08 PM
Sally Root
RE: Thank you
Wasn't that stone in incredible shape?? It was only one of three or four that was in such good shape since that cemetery is all in the 1800's. The sun was shining brightly on it like it was just waiting for someone to take a photo of it. I'm so glad I found it for you!!
Added by Sally Root on Nov 09, 2015 8:15 AM
Melody Addington
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You a welcome! You keep me moving on!
Added by Melody Addington on Oct 14, 2015 8:40 AM
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You're most welcome!
Added by hielands1 on Oct 07, 2015 9:26 PM
Melody Addington
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You are truely welcome!
Added by Melody Addington on Oct 07, 2015 5:55 AM
Melody Addington
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You are welcome!
Added by Melody Addington on Sep 07, 2015 11:20 AM
Rock Talker
Re Telitha WhelChel Dunn
My reason for not linking Find A Grave Unknown Memorials might be lengthy, but I hope I can help you see my reasoning. I will start by posting Find A Grave rules for Unknown Burials & place them in ().
(How do I add a memorial when I'm not sure what cemetery they are buried?
This is similar to adding a memorial for cremation. Do not create a new cemetery which does not exist in order to add these memorials. Use the Family and Friends link and select the Burial:Other and then Recent Death, location of body unknown option. Location of body unknown is used for recent deaths where the disposition is not currently known. Final disposition must be determined and updated within 30 days.) Please note the final sentence as I will try to explain why this rule is listed.
First & foremost this is Find A Grave, meaning a known burial location or cremation exists (which was added at a later time) & here is why.
Lets say that (Joe Whitte) decides to enter his kin {Bote Litle} on Find A Grave, he knows for certain that he is deceased but does not know where he is buried. So he makes an Unknown Burial for Bote. About 2 years later a volunteer is taking photo's in a cemetery & finds {Bote Litle} & list his memorial in the proper cemetery, with a memorial photograph. He has no clue that (Joe Whitte) has listed him in an Unknown Burial. Later (Joe Whitte) finds out that there is another memorial with the photograph listed for {Bote Litle} & moves his unknown memorial to this cemetery & asks the contributor of the 1st memorial at this cemetery to delete his memorial because (Joe Whitte) has the oldest memorial. This is completely unfair to this contributor who volunteers his time to photograph, edit photo, & enter the correct information onto Find A Grave. If someone does not know the burial location there are places to enter all their information, Rootsweb, LDS, etc. I love to use all these sites myself, however, being an avid family genealogist, I could have entered 1000's of my family members as Unknown Burials including my GGG-Grandparents whom I know all the correct information except their burial locations are. If everyone that uses Find A Grave did this there would be no space available to post anything on Find A Grave. Myself and others refuse to be a part of this & will not link to Unknown Burials. I will gladly list who the parents are, but will make a note that their burial location is unknown.
I am a complete Find A Grave volunteer, meaning that I freely give my time, energy & effort to photograph cemetery memorials. I do it in 100+ & even snowy weather. I photograph, crop the photograph, even go back & retake what I feel is a bad photograph & enter this information from the memorial along with doing research if I can find them & have time. I have had the privilege to photograph 1000's & have 1000's more to enter on Find A Grave. I certainly hope that none of my photographs are ever used for $$$. I know that Find A Grave is a for profit company, but they do not charge anything for someone across the world to view the photographs & work that I and others like myself have done. I will never knowingly ever link to an Unknown Burial. I appreciate your desire to help with your family genealogy & applaud your for it. But Find A Grave is not the forum for Unknown.

God Bless YOU!!!
Richard G. Meador
Added by Rock Talker on Aug 17, 2015 7:35 PM
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