I have been doing genealogy since 1991. I have always appreciated other people who have taken pictures for me, and this is my way to give back. You are more than welcome to use the pictures I take for your own personal use and/or on ancestry.com, so you do not need to ask me for permission. My favorite cemetery is Evergreen Cemetery in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Please feel free to ask for transfers. I am also appreciative to Jennifer Horner (#48884539)for contributing many obituaries for the memorials at Evergreen Cemetery.
RE: Mary Emily Holcomb Angela, not only do Mary Emily's records show DOB as 1908 and Mary Lou's obit state the children - but also the marriage dates of Mary Lou and Robert Bruce (1901) and then of Daisy and Robert Bruce (1912) would indicate that Mary Emily is Mary Lou's child. Thanks for your comment!
RE: Sailor Erasmus Wise & Family A book was published in 1990 that listed all of the known burials in both the City cemetery and the Confederate Section. He is listed as being in the City Cemetery, Lot 148, and a notation says that the grave is unmarked. For many years the city cemetery was referred to as the Confederate Cemetery. Initially Find A Grave only had one entry for the entire thing, but was later divided the two into separate entities. I am trying to audit the graves for the cemetery and make corrections as needed. I can email you a map of the cemetery if you would like, showing where lot 148 is.
Sailor Erasmus Wise & Family Hi Angela, I just wanted to let you know that the Wise family that you have listed in the Manassas Cemetery, Confederate Section are all actually buried in the Manassas Cemetery, not the Confederate Section. Find A Grave has two different entries for these cemeteries. There are only about a dozen identified burials in the Confederate Section, and none are divided into lots.