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Judy Brasfield (#47131667)
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Bio Photo My main hobby is genealogy. I started by helping my mother back in 1984, just doing the typing, then in 1985, I got her a computer, she would not use it, so I ended up doing it. She wanted me to help her in 1985, doing her grgrgrandfathers line, I said yes, but I wanted to go up and out, she said fine, you do it then. Been doing it ever since.

I have met alot of nice relations, by doing the family tree.

I live in the country, have 2 cows, turkeys, chickens, horses, dogs, and 1 cat.
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auntdeedee
George Elmer Kelley
I am wondering if George E Kelley (1901-1994)whose photo is on his memorial page for a Florida cemetery is the same George Kelley who has a stone in Sylvania Cemetery in Lonoke county Arkansas? The stones are very similar.
Added by auntdeedee on Feb 25, 2015 7:33 AM
J Knight
RE: Mary
Judy
I was unable to find a tombstone for Mary Taylor with the birth & death dates you listed for her in your request. (1813-1845)
I did find the tombstone for Mary Amanda Davis Taylor with 1818-1849 dates but this photo is already on her memorial page.
This is somewhat confusing since the same name Mary Amanda Davis Taylor appears twice listed under Siblings with different dates. They must have been sisters since both the spouse and child names are different.
Most of the tombstones at Ridley-Davis are old and the lettering is worn so the tombstone is probably there but I was not able to read the inscription on many of the stones. J Knight
Added by J Knight on Feb 24, 2015 10:11 AM
mike kazanjian
RE: Andrew Hicks
Hi Judy,
Not sure, I am a dealer in old fiscal documents and I have come across a few items that I felt would add to some of the graves...

mike
Added by mike kazanjian on Nov 30, 2014 10:13 AM
John P
Monigle
I searched the Entire Newark Cemetery for these two. Are you sure they are there?
Added by John P on Nov 28, 2014 12:28 PM
Janet LaMotte
RE: Gladys Potter
I don't understand your message. Do you mean this is an unmarked grave? Where is she buried or what is her Find A Grave memorial number?
Added by Janet LaMotte on Oct 27, 2014 7:18 AM
Lisa Squared
Walter Daniel
You have requested a photo for Walter Daniel however in his memorial write up it states there is no marker for his site. Has a marker been put in or should we not look for his site. Thanks
Added by Lisa Squared on Oct 14, 2014 6:53 AM
Missing My Loved ones
Lloyd Jones
I am bed ridden right now but I did find out a more prescise location of your loved ones in case you wish to add to your request. Sorry that I couldnt do more but at least this might help someone who does go. Rose Hill said the location is Abby, Chapel Floor, Section D, Crypt #14
Added by Missing My Loved ones on Sep 06, 2014 1:16 PM
Missing My Loved ones
Kathryn & George Copeland
I am bed ridden right now but I did find out a more prescise location of your loved ones in case you wish to add to your request. Sorry that I couldnt do more but at least this might help someone who does go. Rose Hill said the location is
Kathryn is Abby, Chapel Floor, Section D, Crypt # 30
George is Abby, Chapel Floor, Section S, Crypt # 25
Added by Missing My Loved ones on Sep 06, 2014 1:15 PM
Marcie Cuevas Turnbough
Susan Dyer Chandler
Would you mind linking Susan to her parents please?

They are:

Wiley Dyer - 77444467

Mary Bowers Dyer - 77480636

Thank you so much!

Marcie
Added by Marcie Cuevas Turnbough on Aug 28, 2014 8:03 PM
Debbie Chandler
RE: Jasper Alonzo Bates
Yes, please. Douglas, the father was killed in a huge train wreck in Nashville in 1918. Jasper Alonzo Bates was already on the way.
Added by Debbie Chandler on Aug 18, 2014 6:28 PM
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