|Martha McCaffrey Dobbins (#47124837)|
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I started manually working on my genealogy around 1990 scraping together pieces of paper that my mother had written tidbits on, then talking to my great-aunt, aunts and uncles to get more info. Once I was able to electronically compile my genealogy it felt like starting over but my tree has branched enormously since then. I have walked a few cemeteries dragging my husband along who has graciously help hunt for tombstones. I have been interested in cemeteries since my youth. The age of modern technology has help tremendously in having instant photos. I am now retired and spend tons of time cleaning up my tree. I get a little obsessed wanting it to be as accurate as possible. We have 16 grandchildren and one great-grandchild...our house is full on special gatherings. I truly appreciate everyone who is involved in genealogy and thank you in advance for all that you have to offer.|
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Regarding the photo request for Mary Bailey. Unfortunately, every existing gravestone has already been surveyed for Bailey Cemetery. There are not many there, the cemetery is very small.
Birmingham, AL (Shelby County)
|Ron C. Johnston||Thomas Joseph McCaffrey DOB: 14 January 1880 - Died: 23 May 1924|
Just got off the telephone with the Administration office for Regina and Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery. The above subject is not registered at either Cemetery. They also tried McCafrey.
(We do have a Thomas F.McCaffrey).
Ron C. Johnston
|Michelle Davis||RE: Peters Cove Cemetery|
|Mary Enzor Smith||Rufus Furlong|
I have linked Rufus to father. Thanks for this information.
Thank you for your tireless effort in researching graves. You have a very important missing link in our family for a long time. I have a few questions, once I get my thoughts together I will send an email. Just some help with the area should by husband I and I wish to visit the cemetery, thanks again!
|Lisa Seifred||Agnes Redman|
I just posted a photo for Agnes Redman, she was buried next to a Rachel Redman Payne, I will post that pic also. Assume they are related but you never know.
|Richard H.||William Beauregard Brooks|
|Bobbie O'Barr||RE: Thornton|
The correct name for the cemetery is Franklin Memorial GARDENS, which is already on Find-A-Grave. Someone created a duplicate cemetery.
My point was that he was not buried in this cemetery. You don't think that someone who died in 1843 was buried in a perpetual care cemetery, do you?
There is no Franklin Memorial Cemetery in Franklin County, but there is a Franklin Memorial Gardens there. However, this photo was not made in Franklin Memorial Gardens because this is a perpetual care cemetery and this grave is covered with weeds. I don't know where they got the photo but it's not listed in the correct cemetery.
|Diane Gravlee||RE: Forest Hills Memorial Park|
Martha, George and I are traveling in Alabama this weeek and of course, your relatives are mostly ours too, so it was natural to catch your requests. We spent all morning on Tues. at the Underwood Cemetery and took photos of every marker there since it is small. Someone else was doing your requests, but hadn't claimed them, so in some cases, I did add my photo as well if it was a bit sharper. I hope I didn't offend anyone doing that. Diane
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