|OBXr||RE: John and Nancy Woodliff|
Thanks for your efforts, Brad.
Added by OBXr on Oct 19, 2013 6:50 AM
|Deborah Allen||RE: Mary Jane Ellis Haynes|
Brad, thank you so much! Yes I am pretty sure this is the right stone. Mary Jane Ellis married Abraham Haynes. Her death date is 6 March 1895. He died 26 September 1889. Abraham had at least 4 sisters, but I do not know where they are buried. Mary Jane had 4 sisters also so I guess I will have to keep digging.
On the listings of graves the A. Haynes is Abraham and the Wm. L. is their son.
|Deborah Allen||Mary Jane Ellis Haynes|
Thank you so much for the photo, I have already added it to my family tree!
|GambillGirl60||Barnes Cemetery in Batesville|
Thank you, Brad for taking a photo for Elizabeth Brooks' memorial. Nancy
|tamela helms||Thank you|
Hello, I want to thank you very much for my grandmothers photo. It made me cry, but a cry of love. Thanks again for your help. Take care. Your friend, Tamela S Helms..
|Karen Sipe||Kae D errell|
Thank you so much for taking to time to photograph and post the picture of Kae Terrell's headstone.
|Pheoba Graveline||Information on whot ot contact|
I started searching graveyards a few years back her in Independence Co. and sometimes was able to get in touch with volunteers who dealt with the graveyards, but didnt know about Barnes Cemetary till just last year. (I grew up here also, there are several other graveyards I just recently happened up on). Would you have a contact list for Barnes Cemetary on who handles the plots and if there are any available?
Its takes a lot of time and patience to research the cemetaries and take pictures. You have done a wonderful job.
|cfay||Sorry it has took me a while|
Sorry it has took me a while to get back to you about the photo request for Otto Finster at Pleasant Valley. If you have time could you please take photos of any Finsters that are buried there. His tombstone my read Arthur O
but I"m not sure. Thanks for you help!
Added by cfay on Sep 15, 2008 9:06 AM
Thanks so much for taking the time to look for the headstones of my Woodliff ancestors. That was so very king of you and I appreciate your effort so much.
Added by Pam on Sep 14, 2008 8:23 PM
|teddyholcombe||Alvin & Mary Holcombe|
I so thinkfull for your time, could you tell me what plot and number you find this grave.
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