|Suzy & Rob (#46950534)|
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The human stories and history that can be found in cemeteries have facinated my husband and I for years. We are happy to share this facination with the Find A Grave community. Please contact us if you have any additional information to add to our memorials. Also, please feel free to use our pictures to enhance your family histories. A credit would be nice but not a requirement.|
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|Gary Brown||Woods Memorial #142476935|
Thanks for your suggestion. I have changed the sir-name to “Woods” as shown on the marker and added “Wood” as the maiden name making both spellings searchable. The Bio gives an explanation of the variance.
A search on Ancestry finds all references to him have the spelling as Wood. I won’t hazard a guess as to the markers spelling as Woods.
|John D Crow||Memorial Transfer Request|
I would love to take over the management of this memorial if possible 142768187 Ada Crow Dean
|Jackie ||John Moran's Photo Request|
Sorry about the previous message.
I would like to Thank You so much for the photo. John Moran was my grandfather and it means a lot to me to have this picture since I can't go out there to see it myself. God Bless You!
Added by Jackie on Mar 25, 2015 12:42 PM
|Jackie ||John Moran's Photo Request|Added by Jackie on Mar 25, 2015 12:37 PM
|Molly Nightingale||Mary Hart|
I am not the maker of the "no Cemetery" memorial for Mary Hart. I simply saw that Mary was linked to her husband and one child, and not the sons. However, as a side note, I don't know that this particular memorial is so bad. I am helping an 80 year old g-g-granddaughter of Isaac and Mary research her family. She was quite glad to know the probable burial town of Mary, information which is contained on Mary's memorial. It also gives me the information I need to possibly FIND her actual GRAVE by tellimg me I should look in the cemetery, mortuary, and newspaper records for the town mentioned. So, even though it was disappointing that the memorial maker's research had been unable to turn up a headstone, I wasn't DISSAPOINTED to find the memorial.
|Pete Seeker||William C. Houston|
My email is ceh at grandecom dot net. This man had a pretty nefarious history. Not sure what we could put on the site. He was my wife's grandfather, born Lewis Leman Henson in Bell Co. TX. Lived in Stanton, Tx, married to Melissa Alta Henson, whom he left with four young children, taking with him, Alta's cash inheritance. His brothers, and one daughter attended his funeral, and I have this information first-hand from them. You never know what we can turn up if we start family-lookin' !
I had no idea just how huge this cemetery is.
Thank you for all your apparent hard work on this project. I am thoroughly impressed with the quality and quantity of our working volunteers.
Thanks for the marker photo!
Added by V. Ever on Mar 24, 2015 5:56 PM
|David L Nesbitt||John Riley Barrett|
Please email at email@example.com I have a couple of questions I would like to ask you about John Riley Barrett. Thank you.
|Melinda Cash||RE: Photos|
Actually, only you took the photo, so without your photo, there would be nothing. Also, would you check your listings for John Sweeny and maybe his wife Carissa. I had these flagged as possible duplicates and just received an email from someone today wanting me to let you know that John Sweeny is a duplicate. Thank you
|Melinda Cash||RE: Photos|
Thank you, I took a pile today, but still have tons more to do. This little project is getting closer and closer to being done. I have to tell you about Alexander Thomson #126358198 and his wife Gertrude. You posted the picture of the headstone. Anyway, today when I was out there I did not see the headstone. I'm not sure if it's missing or if the sexton is doing work on it. Anyway, I plan to bring it to his attention. And if it is missing, thank goodness you took a posted the picture of it. I read an article that claims in the tourist months at least one thing a day is either taken from the VC cemetery or the Lone Mountain Cemetery. I think I will plan on taking a few more trips out there this summer to help keep an eye on the place during the weekends.
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