|Patricia Horne (#48059494)|
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|First Families of America||Harris Family at Lann Cem.|
I looked at those and yes they are old. I think you have done a great job. I was wondering if you could check Bethlehem Cemetery in Smithville for any Ritter burials not currently on findagrave. I also would appreciate very much help with the Riggans Cemetery in monroe County, MS which is not indexed. I'm hoping to locate more of the Riggan family there in the Riggans Cemetery as well as the Boggan in Monroe Co. MS
If you are able to get to lee County ever let me know. I'm looking for Ritter family in the Belden, and Union and Cemeteries
|Robie Merritt Loriaux-Roberts||Ella & Isom|
Thanks Pat for taking the photo for me. I am grateful for volunteers as I live in Michigan and without them I would not get photos. Thanks again, Robie
|GMT||RE: Stanford, Thompson,Shiloh,Towery|
Thanks for the message. I know the Stanford-Thompson Cemetery is not on the same property as the Shiloh Cemetery and the thing about my problem is. I found an old, old tombstone for my gr, gr, grandmother, Elvira Caroline Moore Byrd, in the Stanford Cemetery many years ago. At the time it said "E.C. Byrd, wife of John K. Byrd" and had the dates of HER birth and death. Her name was almost obliterated and many people, including Dr. Evans when he surveyed that cemetery, thought it was John Kirk Byrd's tombstone because you could barely see "wife of". Anyway, my dear friend, Terry Thornton told me he had seen their tombstones in the Shiloh Cemetery and he would send me pictures but would have to wait until hunting season was over. Later on, he sent me pictures of Elvira's and John's tombstones at Shiloh. In the meantime, my cousin, in FL installed a new tombstone for John K and Elvira C. Byrd in the George Stanford Cemetery. That property was actually once owned by John & Caroline Moore Byrd. If you live in that area, you may remember someone tearing down the old Byrd house and took the logs that the house was built around.
Added by GMT on Jun 15, 2015 1:35 PM
|First Families of America||Ritter|
Thank you so much for the photos of E B Ritter and his wife in the Lann Cemetery.
|Patricia Farmer||Johnny Guthery|
Thank you for adding the picture of the grave.
|Ron Miller||RE: Fisher Killen|
you are very welcome
|Becky Kellum||Henry Pickle|
Thank YOu so much for your time and effort Becky
|Anne O'Neal||Tellie Roberts|
Thank you for the photo of his marker. I had hoped that his wife, Jane Victoria Stockton Roberts, would be listed with him. She was in the 1930 census with him. He is listed as a widower in the 1940 census. I have not been able to find when she died and where she is buried.
Many thanks, Anne Stockton O'Neal
|Farrar and related families||Your kindness is appreciated by many Farrars.|
Hope you have Happy Holidays.
The Farrar family and I would like to thank you for the Farrar transfers. We really appreciate all you kind help. Thank you so much and have a Wonderful Day!
Added by Karen on Dec 02, 2014 12:25 PM
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