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|Janice Lapp||Hallisy @ South Lawn Cemetery in Coshocton, Ohio.|
They evidently never got any tombstones for any of them. Too bad...I could see where the empty spaces were that should have been filled with stones.
I was wondering if you can tell me more about the Armstrong/Sims connection. I am interested in finding Elizabeth's parents. I know they died when she was young, but any information about her in Kentucky, about Thomas Ray, and he twin brother Austin would greatly be appreciated.
|Spaceman Spiff||Patches of Garrard County|
I happened upon your memorial for John Quincy Adams in the Walden-Adams Family Cemetery in Garrard County, KY while doing an internet search for listings pertaining to the book "Patches of Garrard County." From what I can tell, the book was originally published in 1974 and reprinted in (2003?). I have an opportunity to purchase a copy of the book (not sure which edition, but most likely the 2003 reprint) but it's $45 plus tax & shipping. Before I pay that much money for a book I'd like to find out if it has my family in it first. I'm wondering if you might have a copy and if you'd be willing to do an index search to see if there are any entries pertaining to the Harris family in it? My great-great-grandfather George Washington "Washington"/"Wash" Harris (FindAGrave memorial #13523581) was born in Garrard County in 1815, being a son of James Harris (#68940589) and Sarah "Sally" Ham. If you are able to tell me if there is anything in the book pertaining to this family, I would really appreciate it. Thank you so much for your time.
|Fritz Clifford||RE: Howard C. Blossom|
It's great to hear form someone who knew Howard Blossom, and thanks for setting up his Find a Grave memorial. My father just passed away in October and I've acquired a lot of family history, including Howard's. I'll be posting a biography for Howard once I get the chance to assemble all the data. For now you can learn a lot more here:
Take Care Julie, and thanks for caring about Howard Blossom!
|David Gambrel||Alexander C. Douglas|
I have located the unmarked grave of Capt. Isaac Singleton, who Alexander C. Douglas served under in the Civil War. Trying to locate as many descendants of his men as possible.
|David Reese||RE: Junius and Matilda Ward; Lexington Cemetery|
Julie, Fantastic bios and photos! Thanks so much for the work you do!
|Winnette||Milton A. Fleetwood|
Thank you ever so much for this obituary. I have added it to his page. It makes all the difference in the world.
Added by Winnette on Aug 06, 2012 8:12 AM
I have pictures of every stone in Atherton Cemetery, but I did not find a stone for Shirley Stevens. But here are other Steven's that I do have pictures for in the same cemetery:
These are in the Atherton Part (4 on the same stone):
Jessie W 1894-1963 (Pic #1966)
John W 1889-1963 (Pic #1966)
Ronald V 1964-1995 (Pic #1966)
Wilbur V 1915-1993 (Pic #1966)
Russell 1902-1961 (Pic #1890)
These are in the Old Atherton Part (same cemetery on Find A Grave):
Charles K 1919-1953 (Pic #0147)
Cleo Edward 1922-1928 (Pic #0148)
Leroy 1889-1962 (Pic #152 - death date blank on stone)
Sylvia Mae 1889-1959 (Pic #152)
Some of the people may already be on Find A Grave. All those picture are out on my website - if you would like to have them here, let me know (or request a picture) and I'm always happy to upload them to this site also.
Added by coan.net on Sep 19, 2010 3:12 PM
|Bobby Ray Gillespie Sr.||Leora Cemetey|
Thank You for the obits & links for Alexander Campbell Douglas. I have now tied in him with my family tree twice, once through his grandson Marvin (Married my Aunt Mary Geneva Gillespie) & through his daughter in law Ora Bullard Douglas (dau. of Geo. w. Bullard whos 2nd wife was Robert E. Lee Gillespie dau. of Scott Gillespie)
By the way I am Bob's son Brent Gillespie, I do most of dad's corretions, links & added info. Dad & I are on Ancestry.com With the "Ye Olde Gillespie Family Tree" Thanks Again!! - Brent
|David Lander||Thank You|
Julie, I wanted to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for all the work you have accomplished as a member of Find A Grave. You can be assured that your tireless efforts are appreciated by this generation of researchers and will be appreciated for generations to come.
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