if you can get locations of your Woodlawn requests that would help
Added by Keri on Aug 23, 2015 10:01 PM
I am a 2nd second to Ken and Tony Barrett. Their mom is Billie Smithson Louvorn.
Barbara Smith Dunn
|Clyde and Sandra Padgett||Davis Family Cemetery|
Do you know the location of the above cemetery? I can't seem to find it on line.
|Bert Boutwell||FAG 32089290|
Linda, you might want to compare this to Find A Grave 140587115.
|Richard Ebbs||The old log cabin.|
My mother who is the great great grand daughter of Cora Sims first wife of John A Baldwin and daughter of Jasper Sims built the cabin as a home for them. My mother visited the cemetery a few years ago and talked with the caretaker at the time who had been taking care of the place for decades and gave her a great deal of information about the people in the cemetery and the history of the place and this is how I know that this is a cabin and who built it. It may have been used as a small church later built originally it was a home for his family. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org if anyone has any questions as I do have a lot more information and am gathering more to try and fill in on what I do not have.
Richard D. Ebbs
|Jimmy||RE: Hunneycut family|
I am happy that I could get the photos for you.
Added by Jimmy on May 02, 2013 4:43 PM
|Tracy Freeman Henderson||RE: Herring family|
You are most welcome! I enjoy visiting that particular cemetery; it is so peaceful and beautiful with the old log church next to the cemetery.
|Bernard-Trigg||RE: Antioch Cemetery|
Good for you, Linda! My information came from a cemetery survey which did not list Jimmie. I haven't seen the headstone so I'm very happy you found him.
|Perry L. Williams||RE: Bumpass family|
Glad to help out on the Bumpass family photos.
|Jim Norris||Mary E. Hamblett|
I was about to claim this photo request when I noticed the name of Mary E. Hamblett Alderdice listed in the Midlothian Cemetery.
If you will look up this name, you will find that someone has already posted a picture of the marker for Mary E. Hamblett.
I am not sure of the connection but the picture is there.
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