|Bobbie Wilson Tkacik (#47531351)|
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I have been working on my family history/genealogy for two branches of my family for about 12 years. I have now written two books for family members on both sides. I love doing genealogical research! It is so interesting and it is important for future generations to know about their roots. My full name is Bobbie Stuart Wilson Tkacik. I am interested i the Wilsons from Butler County, PA, Meigs County Ohio and the Stuarts from Hardin County, KY. In the photo I am at the grave of my 5th Great Grandfather William Wilson. It was such an exciting day when I finally found the stone!|
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|Phillip Plotz, M.D.||Dallas Long at Westview|
I see your request for a photo on findagrave for Westview Cemetery. I am familiar with that cemetery and would be happy to look for you. Would you please call the cemetery office at 404-755-6611 to find out the section and lot numbers for your request? The office is reluctant to give me that information and in fact has threatened to charge me for it. They do however give it easily to relatives. The cemetery is massive and that section/lot information will help me narrow the search.
|Joseph Anthony||RE: William Wilson|
hi bobbie. i added this memorial from a book. if you do a photo request i will find his stone the next time i go out there...which should be in the next month or so.
|Lynda Gibbs||Rachel Jane Chastain Ellis|
Thank you so much for looking. I feel sure if no marker was found she is probably unmarked or has a field stone. Her husband Thaddeus Stephen Ellis died in 1879 and is buried at this cemetery. She was left with 6 children from 3 to 22. I can imagine the more immediate problem was finding homes for those kids still at home.
God Bless, Lynda Ellis Gibbs Nov. 10, 2013
|Diane Addington||Emma Stuart daughter of John|
Emma married Henry Clay Wooldridge. We have Wooldridges on my Mother's side. My great grand was Minnie Ann Wooldridge daughter of James Larkin.
|Ms Bluegrass||John Stuart|
Thank you for the nice photo. I appreciate your time and effort. Diane Addington Matherly
|Zachary Pyle||McDermott Family at Bear Creek|
That's great that Eleanor's stone is fixed. I'll have to take a look at it next time I'm there. If you have a clearer picture, post it and I'll delete the old one. I can also transfer the stone to you if you like. trees from the cemetery... I'm not too happy about it but I suppose its for the best. They removed a 160 year old evergreen shrub around the Gibson Family Stone. Supposedly it will save time mowing but I think it will add more time.
|Cindy Wadding||RE: Andrew Newton Wilson|
Please use the edit tab on the top right of the memorial page. When the page opens up, click on the top line, a box will appear, typy your request in there.
|Sharon Scott||John and Lucretia Austin|
Thank you for searching the cemetery. I have a feeling the memorials were created from documentation and the tombstones have long since disappeared. I'm contacted the memorial owner and asked her to post a note on the memorial that there are no stones so people don't request photos. Thank you again for your help. Sharon
|totsie||Elizabeth & Abraham Martin|
Great job, appreciate it!!! Totsie
Added by totsie on Apr 09, 2013 5:25 PM
|Zachary Pyle||Wilson Family|
I'm glad you made it up to Bear Creek! Thats a long trip from Georgia. I'll take a look at my cemetery records and see where Armstrong Wilson's stone is supposed to be. It should still be there because I haven't found any places where old misplaced stones are kept (in some cemeteries they pile them up along the side sometimes). I'll let you know what I find and hopefully get you a picture.
I haven't forgot about looking for Wilson family stuff in my collection - Ive just been really busy and haven't gotten around to it. I'll send what I can find sometime soon.
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