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Sandy Littlejohn (#47152941)
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Beverly C.
RE: Thelma Huddleston
I'm sorry, I should've specified why I was thanking you. You approved an edit that linked her to her parents. But in general, all the work you've done is amazing. So thanks for that too!
Added by Beverly C. on Jul 10, 2014 9:37 AM
Jim Harnest
transferring of relatives
Good afternoon, Sandy

May I have Memorials 95519446 and 95519305 transferred to me. They are my Great Aunt and Uncle. George Henry Caldwell and Elizabeth. Thank you very much.
Added by Jim Harnest on Jun 30, 2014 1:30 PM
Beverly C.
Thelma Huddleston
Thank you so much, Sandy.
Added by Beverly C. on Jun 19, 2014 8:52 AM
Robert Blankenship
James Pitts
Hi Sandy,
My name is Robert Blankenship and I am a great grandson of James Pitts. I was first taken to the grave site by my grandmother in 1966. It is in a private abandoned cemetery near Wallace West Virginia. His death certificate indicates that it was called the "Martin Cemetery". I have since put a marker on the grave and that of his daughter, Elsie (my Great-Aunt).

My grandmother's grandfather, William Howard Martin(a civil war veteran), is also buried in the same plot.

My question is: Is there a way to determine who else could be buried in this abandoned cemetery?

Thank you for any information that you may have.
Added by Robert Blankenship on Jun 15, 2014 7:28 AM
Ben Averett
Location of cemetery
My name is Ben Averett. I need help locating the site of the Hall Family Cemetery in Keeling, Va. The address is 660 Blair Lane, Keeling. My mother was a Hall, and her ancestors lived on the farm at this location until at least 1930 and possibly later. Some of them are buried there. I went to the site last week, but was unable to find the cemetery. I asked the lady living in the only residence on the property, but she was unaware of any grave site, other than the Blair Family Cemetery on the adjoining property. Can you tell me how to locate the cemetery relative to this residence or any other landmark in the area?

Thank you,
Added by Ben Averett on Jun 13, 2014 12:17 PM
T M & M L
Olen Lee & Pauline Ellen Powell Lockhart
Thank you so much for the picture of their grave marker! It is so wonderful to have people like you help out those of us who live out of state as well as helping with our genealogy! I so much appreciate your time in thinking of these memorials!

Theresa Lockhart Stockdale
Added by T M & M L on Jun 08, 2014 5:34 PM
RE: Pictures you posted
Interesting. You are kin to my wife. I found John Paddy in our coy of The Huddlestons My Kin. Do you own a copy. The author, Lawrence Huddleston is my wife's great uncle.
Added by Rick on Jun 07, 2014 7:56 AM
Pictures you posted
What brought you to the Huddleston/Abbott cemetery? My wife is a Huddleston. Her family actually owns a good portion of the mountain the cemetery is on.
Added by Rick on Jun 02, 2014 12:52 PM
Heather Manley-Duncan
eads cemetery
I was wondering you have a memorial for Emil Edger Eads. Memorial #83452870. And I have one #67472051. Is this the same person?
Added by Heather Manley-Duncan on Jun 01, 2014 11:32 AM
Are you related.
Hi Sandy,
I was wondering if you are related to any of the people that you have taken pictures of their graves? The Ellison cemetery in WVa is the one I am talking about. Who wrote up the descriptions of these folks? Thanks! Annie
Added by Purplehitops on May 24, 2014 3:52 PM
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