|Sue Reed (#46812871)|
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I fell in love with cemeteries thru my genealogy endeavors, since headstones are often the only record of birth and death dates that can be found for a person. Please note that I do this to help others who are searching for their family members and as such you have my permission to use any photos which I post on Find-A-Grave in your personal or online family histories. I hope that something that I've posted helps you find that elusive family member.|
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|Tommye Price||Andrew Cruse|
Thank you, Sue, for sending the correct year. My typing is not always the best. I have it corrected. Tommye
|Douglas Withers||Thomas Withers Chinn|
The Q's of birth is not correct according to Wiki. His bio is @ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Withers_Chinn
Born November 22, 1791
Cynthiana, Harrison, Kentucky
Died May 22, 1852 (aged 60)
West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana
21690343 Honorable Thomas "T. W." Withers Chinn
Also there is no Honorable in Find A Grave. It should be.
I am a member of Wiki and used it to verified other data when birth,death document are not available. If you know of a birth document, I will change it to the correct date. Because 99.9% of data reflect the date of the 20th in ancestry.com
|Pat Berel||Cassel Cemetery Updates|
Thanks Sue for all the updates. I'm working on getting all the family members in the cemetery updated. Many of them are in one of my family trees.
|Pat Berel||RE: Updates|
Sue, I was working on the Cassel cemetery linking families together today and now I can't remember who it was. Thanks for the photos you added there. I copied some of those and added them to my Ancestry Tree giving you credit. I'll make sure to send a new edit when I find the request again. Pat
|Robert H||Oliver Perry Smith|
Thanks for posting photos of my great grandfather's uncle. My great grandfather lived in Baton Rouge 1900-1908.
Added by Robert H on Jan 31, 2015 5:22 AM
|Mary Heaton||RE: Ina Iva Dearing-Smith|
Magnolia Cemetery in East Baton Rouge, LA.. Thanks.
|Mary Heaton||Ina Iva Dearing-Smith|
Hello. My Dearing ancestors are buried in this cemetery. Great Grandmother is Ina Iva Dearing-Smith 1860-1915 or noted as II Smith on her daughters grave, Alaine Joanna Smith in section 2. My cousin told me Ina Iva is buried near by.Her husband is AJ Smith or Andrew Jackson Smith. Can you take a photo of the grave if you can find it and email to me? Also looking for George Washington Dearing M.D. 1816-1882 and his wife Helen Amanda Dearing 1825-1907. George was a doctor during the civil war. Any information you can get would be a great find. Thanks in advance.
|M. A. Claxton||William Caldwell photos|
Thank you so much for changing the order of the pictures on William Caldwell's memorial. I like for the closest picture to be on top; I think it is just how the memorials should be set up.
|Bud||Roswell S. Messenger|
I added the data you sent.
If this memorial is family or friend I will be happy to transfer the memorial over to your caring hands.
Best regards to you and all yours, Bud
Added by Bud on Dec 04, 2014 1:59 PM
|Tom Hough||Marshall Hough Sr|
Sue, Thank you for the transfer of my father's memorial to me. It is appreciated. Tom
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