|Cherie Atkinson Clark||William Faris|
Just wanted to say Thank You for finding the burial place of my ancestor, William Faris (Farris) and posting the photo! All I had ever heard was that he was buried on his own farm! It's very cool to know that, at least 3 years ago, his gravestone was still there! Thanks again!
|Pam Acquaviva Kalbfleisch||Wilson-Martin Cemetery transfers|
All I can say is WOW! and THANK YOU! I just sent you an email about all the transfers. Thanks so much for your generosity, Norm.
|Pam Acquaviva Kalbfleisch||Lots of edit requests headed your way|
I have submitted many, many edit suggestions to you today for the Wilson Cemetery in Butler County, Kentucky. Sorry to have bombarded you!
All of them are based on either 1). a published list of names I obtained from the Butler County Library reference desk, and/or 2). documented research I've done through Ancestry.com or FamilySearch.org.
It just so happens the cemetery is owned by a member of my family. It's proper name is the Wilson-Martin Cemetery. Are you able to make that correction as well?
Thank you for all you have done on FindAGrave. I appreciate you!
Best regards from the Bluegrass State,
|Rev. Heather Lash-McKay||Cousin|
Descent from Moses Dickey
# 100405983 My Gr Gr Gr Grandmother d/o #98880661
# 116479290 My Gr Gr Grandfather
# 59907950 My Gr Grandfather
# 84988382 My Grandmother
# 84986857 My Mother
Me; Contributor # 47716848
|Lisa Craig Arrowood||Minnie Dickey Bird # 94374538|
Hi, I am trying to find family links for Minnie. She married William Spencer Bird on Jan. 24, 1883 and died the same year. I have searched local records, and found only the marriage record. Is she a relative? Lisa
|P PURPLE||Lowell Laughlin.|
I wonder if this is family. I noticed you have added pics to the parents. I have a pic from 1915- 1925ish that is a Lowell Laughlin. It looks alot like the pic that is posted of his fathers group pic.
Added by P PURPLE on Oct 29, 2014 1:12 PM
|Joshua Rutherford||WIlliam O Bowler|
Today I visited the cemetery where W. O. Bowler is buried. He was the only listing for that cemetery, but there were many more plots. I took the liberty of adding the rest myself. I'm not sure if you're the one that created the cemetery, but could you please add the following info?
"The cemetery is located on the south side of the road about the center of section 33-11-12. The cemetery has recently undergone extensive renovation, though many stones remain unreadable."
Thank you ...
|D. L. Lee||Philip Fulkerson|
The picture I uploaded of Philip Fulkerson's marker was located in Beaver Dam Baptist Church Cemetery. If this is the same marker, it has really weathered since the photo you posted in 2008.
|Charlie BIll||Solomon Mayberry again|
Norm....have discovered a document that ties Solomon indirectly to Ash Hill, My line comes from Solomon to his youngest Son Henry Jackson then to James Monroe Mayberry my Great Grandfather. He was born in 1856 in Illinois, in 1875 and 1877 two of his children where born in Ash Hill Butler County MO, then his family spent a couple of years to Arkansas returning to Ash hill by the time his next child was born in 1883.
Looked for James Monroe in 1870 Census. Found him as J M Maberry residing in his father's household which included S Maberry age = 78 yrs.
Actually 1870 Census shows family residing in Mitchell County Kansas? Family was in Ash Hills by 1873 or 1874 where James Monroe was married. Must of included Solomon. Family was in Ash hills in 1877 which would explain how Solomon ended up buried in Ash Hill Cemetery.
|Charlie BIll||Memorial for Solomon Mayberry|
Hi referring to your Memorial #40965819 for Solomon Bates buried in Ash Hill Cemetery. Solomon was my 3rd Great Grandfather through Henry Jackson.
Have you ever been to Ash Hill Cemetery? I live in near by Poplar Bluff, MO. Do you have any ideal where in Ash Hill he may have been buried or who he may have been buried with?
Would like to locate the grave site.
1860 Census locates Solomon in Hamilton County Illinois, any idea who in the larger family moved to Missouri with Solomon.
His Grandson James Monroe Mayberry lived in Ash Hill in the late 1870s
However his Son Henry Jackson is shown by the 1870 and 1880 Census to have resided in Phelps County MO.
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