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Timothy Ward (#47951139)
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Looking for the final resting place of my paternal ggggrandfather Hezekiah Ward. He was born in 1803 and died in 1852 - the records indicate that he was living in Lawrence County, Kentucky when he died. Any help finding his burial location is greatly appreciated.
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christina wheeler
stephen wheeler' photo
hi tim. it is your cousin chris ward wheeler again. the picture you show as Stephen wheeler is indeed Stephen wheeler, but not the one born 1780. this is the one who is son of William ramey wheeler, b. 1833, making him the g. son of Stephen born 1780.the way I know this is because Helen wheeler tackett has the original of this picture and Stephen b. 1833 is her g. grandfather. I will look up Helen's e-mail and send it to you on e-mail. hope you are well, chris.
Added by christina wheeler on Sep 18, 2015 10:16 AM
christina wheeler
hezekiah ward
hi. I am Christina (ward) wheeler. Hezekiah was my gggrandfather. I wish I could tell you where he was buried. my sister hunted down the wards for over 35 years, but she never wrote down that she found where he was buried. she has now passed away. she did state that he died in Johnson county, Kentucky before 1850. I noticed that you have him dying 1852. where did you find that? she was very careful to find proof of her information. I come thru Hezekiah's son francis marion ward. then thru marion"s son mantford ward. my father chilt ward was a son of mantford. he may have been buried in the ward cemetery in offut, Kentucky. that's in Johnson county, ky. we don't have where his wife Elizabeth bowen ward was buried either. we do have quite a bit of info on the wards if you are interested.you may contact me at harryandchris@yahoo.com. i will be glad to help you. my sis. traced back to William ward coming from Ireland. I have a partial listing of the ward cem. in offut, but neither he or his wife is listed. he could still be there. there are such few tombstones left and the old part is grown over. glad to help if I can. what info do you have? hope to hear from you. chris
Added by christina wheeler on Aug 13, 2015 5:04 PM
ICD
George Gordon Rappolee
Can you please turn this photo up. It is shown sideways.

Thanks, ICD
Added by ICD on Jul 09, 2015 1:58 PM
David W Van Bibber
Waddell Headstones
Thanks for posting the Memorial for Calvin and Mary Waddell, Waddell Cemetery, Crittenden County, Ky. Your efforts are much appreciated.
Added by David W Van Bibber on Oct 19, 2014 8:36 PM
wanda
about headstones
Mr. Timothy on these 3 memorials the headstones are sideways I photoed them today can you delete or turn them up right on their memorials.
#42310304 #42341755 #42341653 at Chappell Cemetery thank you.
Added by wanda on Feb 21, 2014 4:22 PM
Charlotte Lantz
Susan Cassandra Miles Green
Thank you for posting a photo of my great-grandmother's monument. This is the first time that I have seen it upright. Other times when I have visited the cemetery, it was on the ground. I wish I knew who stood it upright. Would love to send them a big "Thank You!"

Charlotte Lantz Abbott
Seattle, WA
Added by Charlotte Lantz on Nov 08, 2013 5:25 PM
LRES
Scott's
Thank you very much for this photo of Nancy Scott's grave.
Added by LRES on Sep 05, 2013 9:43 PM
Paula Ali
Eula Fitzpatrick
Thank you so much for taking the photo of her grave.
Added by Paula Ali on Sep 05, 2013 10:38 AM
Jim Barringer
Zula Rhea Anglin headstone Pic
Thank you so very much for your time and effort on my behalf. I too am a F-A-G volunteer and understand the effort needed to walk a large cemetery looking for just one headstone. The success of this program is a direct reflection of the commitment by the volunteer workforce like yourself. Thanks again!

Jim Barringer
Added by Jim Barringer on Jun 30, 2013 2:28 PM
Brenda Goldy
Jackson Ramage
Thank you so much for your time in trying to find his stone. I appreciate all the other photos you have posted!

Brenda
Added by Brenda Goldy on Jun 29, 2013 11:14 AM
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