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|achantle||Rockville Cemetery Annual Meeting|
FYI, Rockville Cemetery now has a Facebook page - please come "Like" it.
I see that you are a participant in archiving Memorials and Photos for Rockville Cemetery! Excellent. Please consider attending the Rockville Cemetery Annual Meeting, Tuesday, April 14,2015 at 7-9 pm at the Rockville City Hall (111 Maryland Ave). You can meet the Board Members, ask questions, give suggestions, etc. It would be great to meet you.
Anne Allnutt (volunteer)
Added by achantle on Mar 13, 2015 8:01 PM
|Carter||Stabler, Wilhelmina #98941202|
You posted a good picture of her grave marker in the St Lukes Lutheran Church Cemetery in Feagaville, MD. Do you recall where in the cemetery her grave is located?
I walked the cemetery a couple of times yesterday but did not see it. Guess my eyes are getting old!
Added by Carter on Jun 07, 2014 6:01 AM
Hi there. Just noticed that you created a memorial for Robert Brooke Stabler. I'd already created one about a year earlier. Would you mind deleting the duplicate and attaching your photo to the earlier memorial? I've got that one attached to his parents, and the plot information and a little bit about him. The one I created is: 98941184. Thanks! Christine.
|Alan & Kim Poore||Barbara Cooke Simmons line....|
Kim's line from Barbara Cooke Simmons is:
Barbara Cooke Simmons & James Henry Simmons
James Cyrus & Gertrude Bayerly Simmons
Fred & Bernice Brady Simmons
Freida Simmons & Le Roy Frazier
Didn't know if you have any information on the Cooke family. What we have been able to find indicates Barbara's parents were Marcus & Frances Cook. He appears to have served in the Civil War.
|Alan & Kim Poore||photos of graves of Barbara Cooke Simmons & Annie Kate|
I think you requested some photos of the graves of Barbara Cooke Simmons & Annie Kate Simmons at Fairforest Baptist Church. I posted some photos with the notes below to explain what we seem to have found in our research on my wife Kim's family:
Based on gathered information (church cemetery maps, obituary information, possible settling patterns between the grave stone for James H & Annie Simmons and the broken marker for Fannie May Simmons), it would seem most likely that baby Annie Kate as well as mother Barbara may be in unmarked graves between Fannie May and Annie Simmons. Barbara Cooke Simmons is a direct ancestor (great great grandmother) of my wife, Kim Frazier Poore.
This may be the closest we may be able to come to the actual location.
Thanks and God bless,
Alan & Kim Poore
|Tracy Finch Smart||Annie Mae Harvey Finch|
Thank you so much for the wonderful photo you took of Annie Mae Harvey Finch gravestone. It is very much appreciated!
|junebug||Per census records...|
John Black (bc 1845; TN) and Sarah Jane Kirkpatrick(bc 1848;TN)
Randolph D. Black
Birth 22 Aug 1868 in Tennessee, USA
Death 15 Aug 1941 in Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA
Burial: Glendale Cemetery, Glendale, Spartanburg, SC
Deborah "Dovie" Kathryn Dunn
Birth circa Apr 1877 in Tennessee, USA
Death 05 Feb 1958 in Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA
Burial: Glendale Cemetery, Glendale, Spartanburg, SC
CHILDREN (at least until 1920 census)
dau Sarah J. Black
dau Harriet E. Black
son Troy Lewis Black
dau Florence Ethel Black
dau Mary Black
son Isaac Lauren Black
dau Martha C. Black
Randolph Black's death certificate is exceptionally legible...
it is number 013508 from Reidville, Spartanburg, SC
That's where I got the names of his parents...
as well as "Glendale Cemetery on 17 Aug 1941"
via "The Wood Mortuary Inc of Greer, SC"
Informant was Mrs. Ethel Hardin (Florence)
States he was a Night-watchman for the State Highway Dept. ...
that he died, leaving Dovie Dunn (Black), aged 66, a widow...
and that they had lived in Duncan, SC, Rt 1
You may already have all this, but I wanted to send it...
just in case you didn't.
Happy family history hunting.
Added by junebug on Jun 25, 2012 10:38 PM
|Kelly Jane O||RE: Glendale cemetery|
There are transcriptions of the cemetery(ies) that I have used in the past. I do not specifically recall their names but I did post obits for Randolph, Dovie and all their children except Martha Moore. I hope this may help you in your research.
|Jeni||RE: Request for Sherbett family photos|
I did not see any markers for them. I am sure that if the obit said Liberty United Methodist Church near Whitney, that's the right one. I'm afraid there are a lot of broken/old/unmarked graves, plus a lot of old field stones.
I thought that I'd call their preacher & ask him if anyone knows a lot about the cemetery, he might be able to point me toward someone local who can tell me where they are buried, if you would like a photo of the spot.
Added by Jeni on Apr 28, 2012 7:45 AM
|Jeni||Request for Sherbett family photos|
I visited the graveyard, I found one plot with 4 graves with the name Sherbett/Sherburtt. Several were unreadable, one said "Samuel Sherburtt, b. Sep 26, 1822, d. Nov 23, 1905." Another said "Samuel Sherbett, 1833-1893". If you want me to send you these, I don't know how to send these on this website.
Added by Jeni on Apr 27, 2012 6:18 PM
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