|Leon Armentrout||Walter Scott Homan Jr. tombstone|
I am preparing a biography for Walter Scott Homan Jr. for the West Virginia Archive and History Veterans Memorial website. May I have your permission to use the photo of his tombstone which you placed on his memorial?
|John Gavin, FL||Goldie Bell Justice|
Another user had the answer:
"Goldie Bell Justice McGinnis Nay married again after Thomas died. She is buried at Shinnston Masonic Cemetery in Harrison County, WV # 95307462."
|John Gavin, FL||Goldie, wife of Thomas J McGinnis|
Thanks for your contributions to Findagrave families.
I'm trying to find the grave of Goldie Justice McGinnis who lived in Belington, Barbour County, WV where her husband Thomas J McGinnis died in 1929. He was buried at St Brendan's Cemetery and you added his gravestone photo here.
Do you have a photo of Goldie's gravestone? Was she buried with her husband? She died after 1930 when she appears as a widow in the census at Belington. Despite extensive searches, I cannot find any record of her death or other records after the 1930 census. Any help locating her grave would be greatly appreciated.
|Mark Ostergren||Anna Johnstone|
Hi Brenda, Thanks for the photo of Anna Johnstone's marker. I actually take photos in the NC Cemetery also but had trouble finding this one so enlisted your assistance. Thanks! Mark
Thank you for taking the Sponseller photo's. Could you please try down loading the one for George Washington Sponseller. It did not take on the memorial. Thank you so much.
|Tess Theis||John Schiltz|
Thanks so much for the photo!
|Theresa Ann Bolyard Newton||Norma Griffith Bolyard|
Thank you for taking the photo for my Aunt June! I really appreciate it!!
|Dominique Potier||Conley H Thompson # 82687357|
Thanks Brenda for your picture . Mr Thompson was a proud 82nd Airborne, a Hero .
Thanks for your help .
|richard kimble||RE: mowery's|
Just found out you can still get that book and the cemetery book. Trying to get you more infro where you can order. the cemetery book is 50 dolllars plus shipping and I think the other is about the same price.
|richard kimble||RE: mowery cem|
Here is what it has in the Pendleton Co. Past and Present book that waS printed in 1991. The Mowery School was deeded by Leonard Mowery in 1904. The school is located on the Glen Sites land in the Greenawalt Gap section of Mill Run District. The school is still standing and is currently being used as a free will Baptist Church. Then it listed some of the teachers and then the Scholars in 1920 and 1922. Information supplied by Glen and Debbie Sites. I don't think they still have church there today. They are also a picture of it in the book.
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