|Sara Baker Partridge (#46775300)|
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|J. S. Rice||Morgan Lee Newman|
Thank You for the photos of the Newman's. This is my Great Uncle's family.
|Fran Bundy||Ellen (Hendrix) Partridge|
Transferred after I added additional research.
Glad that family wanted her!
I have a single photo of his marker, but there isn't any room.
Added by Remo on Jun 07, 2015 12:15 PM
|Cynthia Howard||Thank you|
Sara, Thank you so much for the nice photo you posted of my grandmothers headstone Mary O Hamilton. I also appreciate the ones of my great grand parents Wiley Griffin Ouzts, Sr and his wife Lena. Blessings to you. Cynthia Howard
|Happy Heart ||Pictures|
What great surprises! You were most kind to attach pictures of the markers for Elwood & Agnes Scheetz, as well as Wirt & "Sadie" Plane in the Magnolia Cemetery. Now, I can also fill in missing years.
Many, many thanks.
|Arabelle||Robert A. Stevenson|
Thanks for sharing. I have added him to the survey next to Sharon's listing. If you tell the cemetery folks that she is buried in Section 14B, Row 1, they should be able to locate her fairly easily and can put his headstone in her plot. They are the ones who gave me the map I posted. I appreciate you contacting me, and please let me know if I can be of any further assistance. P.S. Napier Funeral Home is an excellent resource for confirming/locating individuals in the Graniteville Cemetery, as they are the primary funeral home for that cemetery. Best wishes to you! :)
Added by Arabelle on May 29, 2015 4:52 AM
|Fran Bundy||Agnes Willis Burch|
Thank you so much for going to Magnolia and adding a picture of the plot in which she was buried! Extremely nice of you especially since she had no marker...sad really.
At least this way no one else will be looking for it and it also gives a more accurate count of the cemetery itself percentage wise.
With great appreciation,
Not a problem at all. I have transferred her memorial to you, and I can tell you from my records that I don't see anyone buried next to her or near her in this plot. Unless, of course, it is an unmarked grave. However, I do have a survey and can see if he is listed here at all. Please just let me know what his name is, and I will get back to you. You are certain he was buried at Graniteville, also? As far as her plot location, She is in Row 1 of Section 14B. I am providing a link to the map here:
(Scroll all the way to the bottom of this page for the map I uploaded last year. 14B is on the left side of the page.)
If you are coming from Aiken towards Graniteville, take the first left entrance (Townsend Ave.) into the cemetery. Follow that road all the way down to the end, where it meets Baker Ave. She will be buried in that last section on the left of Townsend Ave. The map should be more helpful than these directions, but please let me know if you need further assistance in finding her grave. :)
Added by Arabelle on May 28, 2015 6:52 AM
|Jan Piepgrass||Augusta, GA Grave Photos|
Hi Sara. I just wanted to say thank you for going to the Magnolia cemetery to look for my relatives; Dye, Guest & Schwartz. I really appreciate your help.
|Becky Slate||RE: John Ammons|
Thank you very much! Still curious. John and his wife Margaret Ammons were in Pike County Alabama in the 1860 census with family. I wonder if they returned during the War Between the States and were buried in this plot. John Ammons was born somewhere in NC and Margaret was born in SC. Do you have any information on them or their family?
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