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|David Hereford Surles||RE: Blaylock Cemetery|
Thank you. I'll do that.
|David Hereford Surles||Blaylock Cemetery|
I see that you are responsible for creating many of the memorials at this cemetery. The Grumbles are my wife's ancestors. I went to the cemetery yesterday and found it to be quite an adventure. The cemetery itself appears to be maintained but the gate was secured and I didn't think I could get into the cemetery itself without climbing over the fence. Do you know who is maintaining this cemetery? Do you know who owns the property used to access the cemetery?
|Eric Boyd||RE: Frnka Reunion|
I sent you an e-mail about the reunion. Keep an eye out for an e-mail from email@example.com
|Elizabeth Brown Daniel||Adams graves at Sycamore Cemetery|
Thank you so much for taking the pictures of the Adams gravestones at the Sycamore Cemetery! I had tried to take my 87 year old mother to this cemetery to view the graves of her beloved grandparents (and other family members), but we couldn't find it. It was so nice to be able to show her the pictures!
|tracy holland||mccarty family|
I'm Trying to get in touch with someone that Can help me Get to my Great-grandparents grave at Blay lock cemetery in bastrop county. Looks like its on private property now.
Please let me know if you can help.
|Tom Denham||RE: Oak Hill Cemetery|
I was born and raised in Goliad, TX, but have not lived in Goliad since I was 18 years old. For the past 23 years, my wife and I have lived in Las Vegas, NV.
The work I did listing the Oak Hill Cemetery was over ten years ago.
Unfortunately, I do not have any original documents, but if I did I would be happy to share them with you.
|Tony||RE: Ernest Rupert Adams|
Thank you for your note. I've corrected the burial location.
Added by Tony on May 23, 2014 1:24 AM
|Kathryn Vicory||RE: Bethany Sewell|
Thank you for responding to my message. Sounds like you had an adventure trying to get to Sycamore Cemetery.I do hope that you were able to take a photo of George Sewell's gravestone. However, if you didn't, then it wasn't meant to be. Thankfully, you were able to get what you could and preserve history for some families. So much has been lost because of neglect and the growth of the cities and towns.
I have also been researching a grave that is in Lometa, Tx. No one seems to remember it and all the ones that do have passed on. It is the grave of a young man that was killed by Indians (No family relation of mine)and he was buried in a pasture with a small marker. I have tried to find family of his thru Ancestry.com, but haven't had any luck. It is sad to think that he died like he did and his family not knowing what happened to him, but that is the way life was back in those days.
Thank you so much for what you do to preserve the history. Keep on trucking.
|Kathryn Vicory||Bethany Sewell|
Oops, this is in regard to the previous message I sent. I forgot to mention the name of the cemetery......Sycamore Cemetery. Thank you again for your help
|Kathryn Vicory||Bethany Sewell|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Bethany Sewell. She is a many great, great grandmother of mine. I am planning on being in Texas sometime in June. I have been told that the cemetery is on private property. Am I able to visit the cemetery or do I need to make special arrangements?
Would be able to take a photo of George Sewell's headstone, too?
Again, thank you so much.
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