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I keep a record of burials in a local cemetery, in which I have 6 generations buried in. As genealogy has been my hobby for about 45 years, I have been interested in cemeteries and visited many.|
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|Eva Pippin Flowers||Laura Bell Vaughn Hayworth|
Thank you for documenting the Hayworth lot. As the death certificate says that is where she is buried, I'm guessing that it is simply unmarked. Her daughter in law was the informant and then lost her husband in December. He does have a marker. Hard to know what the rest of the story might have been. Thank you for your efforts! May you be blessed for blessing others!
|Jo Roberts||John Boone|
Thanks for trying. I appreciate all that you have done for me. Jo Roberts.
Thank you again for the wonderful information you have for Fairview Cemetery. I am missing one other son of Benjamin Howard and Susan Keys Boone. John Boone #51874182 was born in June 1870. I don't have his death date. I feel like he is another unmarked grave in Fairview Cemetery in Gainesville. He is possibly with parents or siblings. Would you be kind enough to look for him there? Thank you, Jo Roberts #47188400
|Honoring our ancestors||Dr Thomas Mac "Mac" Devin|
Thank you for the photo!
Sue, Thank you for the information for Rose Liller and for her second husband, Frances Marion Brown. Would you happen to have a cemetery location for these graves. Thanks, Jo Roberts 47188400
|Jo Roberts||Benjamin Howard Boone, Jr|
What a huge help you have been to me. Thank you so much for the information. I assume that Benjamin, Jr., like his parents, is buried in the grassy area without a marker. Would you please send the location if it is available? Also, is there a birth date available in your cemetery records? Thanks, Jo Roberts #47188400
|Donald Ward||RE: Vernon Randolph Yeakley|
Thanks for the reply, Sue. I guess since he was the last of his family there was nobody to ensure that he got a marker stone. Very sad.
Donald J. Ward
|Donald Ward||Vernon Randolph Yeakley|
I appreciate the effort to photograph and post the photo. However, the photo you posted does not show Randy's name. It only shows the Yeakley surname. Did you by any chance photograph the other side of the stone?
Donald J. Ward
Thanks so much for the picture. It is very much appreciated.
Added by Rowan on Apr 16, 2015 11:51 AM
|Sarah Clark Stevens||Margaret Ann Duty Black Russell Young Long|
Thanks so very much for the tombstone photo of Margaret Duty Long in the Fairview Cemetery. I sincerely appreciate your kind assistance.
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