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I am in my early 40's and Live in Harrison, AR. I enjoy going to cemeteries, taking pictures, woodworking and Computers.|
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|Ayers Family||Mary Elizabeth Lewis Ayers|
You did not full fill the photo request of Mary Elizabeth Lewis Ayers at Denver Cemetery. Taking a picture of the cemetery sign is not the photo request of her headstone. If you cannot find her head stone or she did not have a marker then I would expect to to say so. Since you did not say so it looks like you are lazy and just showed up and took a photo of the cemetery sign just to get credit and took off. I am not trying to be nasty and that is not my intention. I am very thorough and would like to know that's all. Her husband Pvt Leroy Green Ayers is buried there and he has a headstone. I would figure Mary would be buried by him even if it is unmarked. I would like a photo of her husband headstone and her unmarked grave beside him if possible.
|Dennis & Jean Boyer||Jordan Milam, SAR Patriot Ancestor #P-248871,Find A Grave Memorial# 14722945|
I am Dennis Boyer, Secretary, Arkansas Society, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. I am a volunteer working on updates of the SAR Patriot Index, now available on line at http://patriot.sar.org. Jordan Milam, for whom the Harrison Chapter SAR is named, is among my assignees, and I have located your photo at his memorial. We anticipate eventually being able to include photos, where available, with the Patriot's listing, so I am asking your permission to download and prepare for posting your photo.
Thanks for your good work.
Findagrave contributor #4749514
|Howard Cobb||Charles H. O'neal|
Charles H. O'neal was buriedin the Indian Creek Cemetery, Mineral Wells, TX. You will find a picture of the tombstone. Go to #13514721
Thanks Howard Cobb