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|I wanted to add this to my profile to let everyone know I have seen their corrections/transfer requests, and I'm not simply ignoring you. The problem is, I do not have an internet connection at home now, so I can only get on line at work on my lunch break or after work in some place with free Wi-Fi. So please bear with me folks. I promise, I'm not just being a jerk.|
I do so love that my big dive into genealogy has also become a big dive into taking care of and documenting cemeteries. My belief is that if they're not my relatives, so what? They're all someone else's relatives, and that makes it worth taking care of their final resting places. Granted, I haven't gotten to do this for a LONG while, and it is so nice to now be BACK!
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My husband is a direct descendant of Wm. Newton Crump and we also took pictures of this cemetery about 2002 (not as good as yours) - would like to ask you a few questions perhaps add some new info for you. Could you send us your email address so even if you have an internet problem we could correspond somehow? We do not live anywhere near Alabama so get down there very seldom.
By the way Thanks for caring doing what you did there. We know what you had to go through to get there. Charlene
Added by Charlene on Jan 30, 2014 2:53 PM
|Wanda Stewart||Oma Wood Vick|
If you will check the dates you will find that Georgia Naomi Ridgeway # 19746380 and Oma Wood Vick #41942397 are one in the same. Her full name is Georgia Naomi Ridgeway Wood Vick. She was always called Oma. She is my grandmother's sister. I grew up in the same area as did all her brothers and sisters and knew her personally.
Her first husband was Jesse Clifford Wood. She had 4 children by Wood and then she married Rufus E. Vick and had one child. I put her picture on the other memorial and the best I remember I ask the Ayers Family to put her correct name, anyway it is up to you and the Ayers Family to come together on which one to keep and which one to delete. If you would like more information on "Aunt Oma" I would be glad to give you what I have.
I have made two previous requests for memorial #34955049 to be deleted. It is a duplicate of #34955009 that was entered on the same day. Perhaps the other requests went to SPAM. Thanks.
Added by cfenters on Mar 04, 2013 12:10 AM
|Head Hunter (Maria)||William Franklin Van Buren Gilliland|
So I knew you and my husband were related but I have figured our how. This is your second great grandfather and he is my husbands 4th great grand uncle. Let me know if you evr want to get together to share info. Maria aka Head Hunter
|Gwen||Chaplain John A. Deaver picture|
Thank you for adding the picture of the John A. Deaver Memorial. He was a very special man to our local congregation. He served as an inspiration for the mission work of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Added by Gwen on Sep 19, 2012 8:34 PM
|Carol Walters Carmichael||RE: Clara Kourmoulis & Higginbothams|
Sorry to be so long in replying. It's been a hectic summer. If you posted the photos on Find A Grave, I'll probably find them there, but I would appreciate your e-mailing the photos to me at firstname.lastname@example.org just so I don't miss any. Thanks. Carol
|Linda Suksdorf||John McCurry|
I would like to thank you for taking the time to
photograph and post the photo of John McCurry's headstone. Linda
|Carol Walters Carmichael||Clara Kourmoulis|
Thank you for looking for Clara Kourmoulis' grave marker. I always think it is so sad when people don't have a marker to mark their fnal resting place.
|Rita Taylor||RE: Just an FYI for You Re: Taylors Buried at Remlap United Methodist Curch|
Thank you so much for the pictures. I appreciate your time and effort.
|Robert C Johnston Jr||Stephen D Mullings Grave|
You posted a photo of the old grave of Stephen Mullings (1760-1833) back in 2009. Do you recall if there was any markings on the grave next to wife, which may be his wife?
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