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|Christene||RE: Hall cemetery|
No. I live in the county next door. I will see if u can get a name and phone number for you. I've been there a few times but I don't remember if there was a sign. Let me reach out to my Searcy county contacts and see if someone knows.
|Christene||RE: johnathan wesley ruff|
I will do what I can to help. Let me know what you want me to do.
|Dan McGuire||RE: Jonathan Ruff Hall Cemetery|
My wife's maiden name is Ruff. It is of English extraction, and most of the Ruffs around here are of German extraction. However, I take a picture of a Ruff grave every time I see one.
I notice that the Tennessee H Robertson Ruff grave is in that same enclosure as the Jonathan Ruff grave. The rest appear to be scattered around the cemetery. I recommend that you make copies of all pictures of the Ruff markers from findagrave. You should be able to identify them all that way.
Let me know, if I can be of further assistance.
|Dan McGuire||RE: jonathan ruff|
I do not remember the detailed locations of most of the Ruff graves in Hall cemetery. It is a fairly small cemetery and you should have little trouble finding them.
Jonathan Wesley Ruff. If I remember my directions correctly, you enter the cemetery on the east side. Turn left and follow the cemetery boundary to the rear of the cemetery. J W Ruff's grave is in a rectangular plot marked with stones.
Elizabeth Goodnight Ruff. It is my understanding that she was buried close to Jonathan, but I never found a marker.
I cannot help you on the rest.
If you have not been to the Hall Cemetery, it is pretty drive, but over a gravel road, which is a bit rough in places. You can best get to it by going through Snowball. Let me know, if I can be of any further help. I wish I could have been more help.
Thanks for the photo of Sarah E. Jaco!
Added by Jody on Jun 08, 2014 2:06 PM
Thank you so much for trying to find Bertie's gravestone.
|Don Babas||Billy McMahan|
Thank you so much for taking a very clear photo of this relatives gravestone.
|Linda Cardenas||The Rogers in Pilgrims Rest|
Thank you for your time and effort in locating and photographing the headstone for the Rogers.
|Gary C||Gable Cemetery|
I'm a William Burns relative. Are by any chance?
Added by Gary C on Apr 04, 2014 11:02 AM
If nobody has told you, I will. You take good photos. Keep up the great work.
Added by Mark on Mar 31, 2014 8:36 AM
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