|cynthia mullens||RE: Picture of James Allan's Headstone|
You're welcome. Thanks for your note.
|Kaye (Wickline) Rogers-Wells||Oscar Allen Jr. @ Pineview|
I've just uploaded a picture of the headstone for Oscar Allen Jr. at the Pineview Cemetery. It was a pleasure to go back to the cemetery and see a headstone.
|Kaye (Wickline) Rogers-Wells||Oscar Allen|
Sorry it took a few extra days to get this picture to you. There is no headstone, only a metal marker from the funeral home.
|wade green||RE: Green Family|
Agnes is my great grandmother x3. Her son George N. Green is my great grandfather x2. His son JOHN B. Green is my great grandfather. His son Leonard Green was my grandfather. His son Wade Green Sr. is my dad. Agnes' grave site was no problem for me to get the picture. It is only 3 miles from my home. If you ever need a better pic of Thomas or Agnes grave site or any others just let me know. My email address is wadegreen@rocket mail.com.
|Kaye (Wickline) Rogers-Wells||RE: William Allen|
I'm planning on going to the cemetery today, Friday 8-9-13. I'll see if I can locate this one for you. If not today, it may be tomorrow or Monday.
|Kaye (Wickline) Rogers-Wells||William Allen|
Is this the person that you are looking for: William Oscar "Junior" Allen, Jr
I'll be going back to the cemetery within the next few days?
Added problem on finding this person ,and think I might have accidently removed request from list.
Cross my heart didn't mean to!
He is not listed in Dodge County Cemetery book.
Added by Aloysius on Mar 08, 2013 4:49 AM
|wade green||RE: Photo of Agnes Tankersley Green's Grave|
No problem! She is my Great Grandmother X3 and I only live 3 miles from where she is buried.
is it possible you're looking for a Gus Allen. I can't find a George in the death records. Do you know if he lived in Fairmont WV
Added by wvmnt on Jan 26, 2013 5:29 PM
|Gary King, Jr.||RE: Charlotte Purvis Ryals Cobia|
Oh, you're welcome. It was weird because they were the only unmarked graves (well marked with a concrete slab but not marked by name). I still took a picture of the two of them just to be sure. They were some of the oldest, if not the oldest, graves in the church cemetery.
-Gary W. King, Jr.
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