|Kim & Dana Grissom (#46540091)|
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Hello, My family and I get all our information right from the cemeteries we acutally go out and visit. Not from books, newspaper obits or funeral home obits. To us it is more fun to do what we call cemetery hunting, going out and finding them. We feel that everyone should be remember. They are our history. Anyone that wishes can use any of the pictures and information that I have posted.|
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|C. Anderson||RE: Thank You|
You are welcome.
I also photographed the gravestones and set up memorials for the following Beachum graves which are located by Jesse:
Billy, Ethel A., Jessie Dudley, and Mary Nell.
Would it be OK if I transferred these 4 memorials to you? There is already a memorial established for Bertha, so I posted a photo of her gravestone on that memorial as well.
|Larry Abercrombie||RE: Thank you|
Did you get the other pictures of the cemetery I sent?
|Dotty Horsley Farris||RE: Thanks|
You are very welcome and I am happy to help.
|KAREN LOVY||RE: Thank You|
|sharra kelly||RE: thanks|
You are very welcome...!!
|Mary Brennan||Rocks Cemetery|
I hope to fulfill your photo request this weekend My husband & I are camping on the lower end of Lake Moultrie and hope to ride the jet ski up to Lake Marion and Church Island. I want to finish photo'ing the rest of tombstones. This cemetery can only be gotten to by boat.
|Jeff Lovelace||RE: Thank You|
You are quite welcome for the photo. Mine Creek Cemetery is in need of a lot of TLC. Lots of damaged and destroyed stones and quite a few that are so old they cannot be deciphered. I don't see those repairs happening though, since it's not something that most folks care very much about. Glad you liked the pics.
|kathy rosengarten||RE: Thank You|
His wife's marker is there as well
|kathy rosengarten||Alton young|
Also is a photo of wife's marker
|whitpet||RE: Thank You|
You're quite welcome. Sorry we were not able to come up with better results. We also searched around his parents' graves in Georgetown, on the off-chance Mr. Allston's remains had been relocated, but we did not find anything to suggest that had happened.
Added by whitpet on Jun 04, 2014 5:25 AM
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