I am from a long line of respectful descendents. I grew up watching my parents and grandparents tend the graves of several generations. I am working on documenting the Fairview Park Cemetery - the "official" list is full of errors and deleations.
I am a distant relative of a man who came to America on the Mayflower, men who fought in the Revolutionary War and every war since. I'm from a long line of strong, determined, smart pioneer women that settled the plains and Northwest states. I hope to make them proud and record and preserve their stories.
RE: Ruth Z. Craig OH! no I'm sorry. I entered it from the records of the cemetery, so I would guess she is there, however there is no date on the stone and the only date on the cemetery records was the birth. I had posted the number for the cemetery contact at one time, but I think it has been removed.
The McDonald cemetery is on private property. Have visited it twice but quite sometime ago. It is in a remote part of the county and I cannot give directions to it, perhaps the Williamson county Genealogy Society can help. Elias McD was born 1808 in TN and died 11 Nov 1869. Married Lucinda Furlong and both are buried there. children Elizabeth died young Mary Ann Tabitha b 10 Aug 1832, m Francis Parks. William born 17 Feb 1835 (Jack's line) Benjamin Franklin b 27 Oct 1839 died Civil War. James Randolph b 16 Jul 1842 need to check him. Manerva Jane 27 Aug 1844 m Moody Preston Haynes. Martin Magnus b 22 Jan 1848, m Irene Parish/Tate? John Calvert b 9 Oct 1850, m Leah Jenkins. Will contact you private next time. Barb