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Tim & Gail (#46836128)
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lisa b
RE: Whigham
You are welcome....before spring I will try and remove some of the shadows and get a little better picture quality for you. I usually just post them right away and "mess" with them later!
Added by lisa b on Feb 13, 2015 1:49 PM
Dallas Co Ala Childers Chapel Cem
Childers Chapel Cemetery
Dallas County
Alabama, USA

I would like to know how you got into this Cem. for your headstone photo's. I received this message today from F.A G.
your photo request for David Mims.

The general problem they reported is:
This burial is on private property or is otherwise inaccessible

They also reported, specifically:
The gates to the cemetery are double locked, probably the reason no one has fulfilled these requests.
there are 15 photo request now on this Cemetery.
Any help would be great.
Added by Nadine on Feb 12, 2015 4:58 PM
Mark Morrow

Thank you Tim & Gail.
I appreciate the transfer.

Added by Mark Morrow on Jan 26, 2015 10:47 PM
Sounds like my dad, did the best he could, wasn't much.
A lot of people, from broken homes, join the military to find a new family. A source of stability and strength to live on. A broken home affects one more than most could ever imagine. This is my story too, I took the same path. Broken home joined the military to get away from it all and to find a stable environment, it was a blessing for me.
Added by James on Dec 24, 2014 12:08 PM
Little Lady
RE: Mary Palmer
Thank you for the information. I know you aren't supposed to do it, but I just added a new memorial on there with the information I needed. I am pretty new at this. Well the findagrave thing. Been doing my family history for a few years now. I will look into contacting someone to get the changes made.
Added by Little Lady on Dec 18, 2014 9:30 AM
Request for photo of Elizabeth Rebecca Carter Memorial

My wife and I documented the grave stones in Cottonwood Cemetery a couple of years ago for the Flint Hills Genealogical Society. We had John Carter's memorial stone in our file but not a photo for Elizabeth Rebecca Carter. I returned today (12-13-14) and confirmed there is no stone for Elizabeth; I also checked all four sides of John's and the only inscription is on one side pertaining to John.

Added by Anonymous on Dec 13, 2014 4:35 PM
Becky Doan
RE: Jehu and Alfred Carter
Hi Tim,
Glad to help. I was working on another Carter mystery in Maplewood Memorial Lawn, and saw info for Alfred and J.P's brother Lindley in that cemetery...and so off I went on a hunt for more info! Someone had uploaded some Gazette scans of obits on so typed out what I could. I am from Emporia, and am curious to find so many people who lived at the "town" Plymouth because it is mainly a sign on the road now, with a handful of houses. It was interesting that J.P. was helping to build the MWA building! I will have to try to find some pictures now. Also, Toledo. I know it is a neighborhood, but didn't really realize there was any type of town there. This stuff is too addicting when I have other things to do..... better get busy! Becky
Added by Becky Doan on Nov 29, 2014 10:04 AM
Dodge Headstones
Thank You for the Dodge Headstone Pics in the Brady Cemetery.
Added by Spotsgenie on Nov 05, 2014 4:56 PM
Mary Watts
Ralph Dowling and Agusta Dowing Hughes
Thank you so much for the gravestone photos. I appreciate all the efforts of the Find A Grave Contributors.

Added by Mary Watts on Oct 11, 2014 11:32 AM
Teddi Essig
James and Adeline Pag e
Thank you so much for the picture of their headstone. Its perfect
Added by Teddi Essig on Oct 10, 2014 2:36 PM
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