Winnie (Perry) Lane was the 1/2 sister of my grandchildren's ancestor, Mary Baro. I appreciate seeing a photo of the gravestone very much.
|Ruth M. Brown||RE: #30845084|
Thank you for giving me her correct first name. The only name in her obit was "Elizabeth" and I really don't remember where I had gotten the first name. I've corrected it though and appreciate your help.
|Robert Hague||RE: Mary Ellon Maxwell|
Thanks, Cynthia. I hope I made the corrections. Some times my fingers and brain do not work together.
|Kathy Kinder Rizzo||Cantrell|
Thank you so much for the transfers. I really do appreciate it very much and I appreciate all the work you have done on this great site!
|Robert "Bob" Busby||Busby Markers|
Thanks so much for the Mooreville pics, thought I was the only one who had ventured out there. Sad no one is taking care of the markers and the place. When I was there in 1994 many of the stones were in the trees at the bottom of the hill. Now I see Jacobs is on the ground.
|Robert Hague||Thomas Edward Hague|
Thank you so very much Cynthia for the photo of little Thomas Edward Hague. I did not know he was buried in the Robinson Cemetery until about a week ago. Thanks for the good work!
|Bettie Anne Jones||MARCRUM Markers|
Thanks again for all your hard work. Essie Marcrum (whom you added earlier this week) was the son of Leander Marcrum and his first wife, Lily Jones. I do appreciate your taking the time to visit all these cemeteries and adding the photos.
Bettie Anne Jones
|Bettie Anne Jones||MARCRUM Marker Photos|
Thanks for the photo of the Essie and Emmie Marcrum marker. I do appreciate it.
Bettie Anne Jones
|Robert Hague||RE: Will grave markers|
Why don't you go ahead and add the information that you have.
|Robert Hague||Will grave markers|
Thank you for the nice photos. Now the weather is starting to feel more like fall so it is a little more pleasant going out to the cemetery to take photos.
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