|Penny Starr (#47234931)|
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|David McElfresh||GRAVE STONE|
Thank you very much for posting a photo of the grave stone of my grand uncle John B. Antill.
David R. McElfresh
|Barb Sheehan||RE: Rhoda A Huff Haynes Memorial #33527666|
Thanks Penny! Your sharing is greatly appreciated. :} If I find any other Haynes or relatives of the Haynes that you have taken photos of their memorials, would it be ok to use them too? Don't want to be greedy, but thought it might be easier to ask this way than to request for each one. (There are MANY Haynes out there and in that cemetery that you photographed Rhoda in.)
Barb Ewig Sheehan
|Barb Sheehan||Rhoda A Huff Haynes Memorial #33527666|
I got a hint from Ancestry that took me to FindAGrave.com where I found a wonderful accounting of Rhoda's family and a great picture of her headstone. I would love to use that photo of her memorial on my private tree but won't copy without your permission.
Thank you for all of your wonderful hard work on Find A Grave. It is greatly appreciated!
Barb Ewig Sheehan
|Angela Brasser||Directions to Askins Cemetery?|
Penny, I have been looking for the Askins Cemetery. The only directions I have are horrible: DRIVE THROUGH ASKINS NORTH UP A GRAVEL LANE PASS A BARN TURN RIGHT.
Can you help?
I'm related to surnames: Keene, Eskridge, Askins, Clemmons and live about an hour away. Looking to get in touch with others who are on the hunt!
|Sharon Williams||RE: Margaret Forbes Mashon/Mershon|
You're welcome. I corrected her name. Sharon
Thanks for all the work you do on Find a Grave. Especially for the work on the photos for others
thank you for the gravestone photos:)
Added by Momofone on Oct 28, 2012 12:29 AM
Thank you so much for the photos of Oscar & Eva's headstone.
|Carolin Pettit||RE: Stone|
I said both sides... I meant both names, not front and back....
|Carolin Pettit||Re: Rosa|
Penny, thanks so much for the offer of lookups! I spent a week in KY a few years ago and found many of the stones of family members I wanted ... but not all. The only look up I have on Findagrave in Breckenridge county right now is Nancy Dowell. It says on the memorial site that she shares a stone with her husband, Green E Dowell and they are buried in Horsley Cemetery. She was born in 1849 and died 1935. If you could get a photo of both sides of this stone, I'd be very grateful!!!
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