Joshua (Mack) Munyan The first church was established by Joshua (Mack) Munyan in 1884 on land donated by James Emmitt of Waverly. Joshua and his wife, Mary Frances Stewart, along with Joshua’s sister, Catherine Munyan-Tackett, started the Dailyville Free Will Baptist Church with the first building erected in 1888. After the new brick structure was completed in 1978 across the west end of Fish and Game Road the old wooden place of worship was removed.
Greendale Cemetery-Larry Miller Hello Dan! I see you created a page for Larry Miller in Greendale Cemetery - Find A Grave Memorial# 46401985. I'm wondering if you know the letter of the section this grave is located in. I'm actually searching for their daughter's grave and hope it will be nearby. Thank you in advance for any assistance you can give. Shoena
#34104620 I am new to this, so forgive my ignorance. My grandmother is Earleane Bedwell Pruett. Her parents are Minnie and David Bedwell. I would like you to add her to the #34104620. I also have another child to add: #40561781.
RE: Transfers Thanks a lot Dan for transferring these to my care. Not sure if I mentioned it, but that cemetery property was part of Xaver Hummel's land and was originally a family plot. All the graves on the north half are family, I still need to research the people on the south(newer graves) to see if any are related as well. Again, Thank You! Mark
Katharina Hummel FaG #76425184 Hi Dan, Would you please transfer #76425184 Katharina Hummel to me, she is my maternal 3x Great Grandmother, wife of Xaver Hummel. I would also like to manage all Haas and Rudman memorials in St Francis Xavier Cemetery. Fredrick and Theresia Rudman-Haas are my great grandparents, Katharina Hummel-Rudman my 2x Gr-Grandmother, and Maria Eva Rudman my 3x Gr-Grandmother. Thank You, Mark