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Pattypop (#46854407)
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Bio Photo When I was a kid, my grandparents would take me with them to visit the cemeteries where relatives were buried. They would stand by a stone and talk about the person buried there. I wish I could remember those stories. This is a way to record stories I am now told. There is a story under every stone and cemeteries full of untold stories. I hope this will give people a chance to record a memory before it is forgotten, then lost.
Recently, my husband got a Harley and we have combined our two interests. We ride the bike to various cemeteries that folks request photos from and have fun reading the old names and hunting for the requested gravesite. Sometimes just finding the cemetary is quite the challenge!
I do research on the following family lines: Lillpop, Askren, Green, Bell in Indiana. In Mississippi I follow the lines of Taylor, Ferguson, Scott and Holden.
"Do not, my Brothers and Sisters, think of the cemetery with tears, nor meditate upon the coffin and the shroud with gloomy thoughts. You only sojourn there for a little season, and to you it will not appear a moment; your body will sleep, and if men sleep all through a long night it only seems an hour to them, a very short moment. The sleeping time is forgotten, and to your sleeping body it will seem no time at all—while to your glorified soul it will not seem long because you will be so full of joy that a whole eternity of that joy would not be too long!" Charles Spurgen
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Lynn Waldrip
G. Susie Cavette
Thanks so much for the good picture of Susie Cavette's marker. She is related to my family by marriage.
Added by Lynn Waldrip on Aug 25, 2015 8:37 PM
Lynn Waldrip
Caldonia Langston
Thanks so much for the photo. I'm not sure who it was that couldn't find it. I've seen another marker photo that copied sideways. Must be a glitch in the Find A Grave system. I copied it and had no trouble flipping it. It's not very big, it should flip without any trouble.
Thanks again.
Added by Lynn Waldrip on Aug 25, 2015 5:49 AM
RC Paty
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Parents of Matthew Woodson Mosby: Sarah Ann Woodson age 52 passed in Oct 1870 at Desoto, Mississippi of consumption [U.S., Federal Census Mortality Schedules Index, 1850-1880]. No other evidence of her death or burial has been found by me.; James Benjamin Mosby passed 24 September 1892 in Perryville, Perry, Arkansas. His Find A Grave Memorial# 134134982 has been added to Matthew's [35338872] site.
consumption – An old and once common term for wasting away of the body, particularly from pulmonary tuberculosis (TB).
Added by RC Paty on Aug 24, 2015 9:08 AM
Thank you for the headstone photos for the Thompson family...
Added by Mairbair57 on Jul 22, 2015 10:18 PM
Andy Shackelford
RE: Greenleaf Cemetary
Ok thanks.
Added by Andy Shackelford on May 16, 2015 7:27 AM
Andy Shackelford
Greenleaf Cemetary
Patty, could you possibly give me directions to the Greenleaf Cemetary near Coldwater, MS. Or give me an idea of how to find it. Thanks

Added by Andy Shackelford on May 15, 2015 2:38 PM
William Taber
Maxine Legener # 73007366 deceased
Birth & death dates, other details, published in her obit
Added by William Taber on May 07, 2015 3:10 AM
Jim Boley
RE: Hobart and Linnia Pate
OK, I understand and Thanks!!
Added by Jim Boley on Apr 20, 2015 1:23 PM
Jim Boley
RE: Hobart and Linnia Pate
Wouldn't your Dad know if they were buried at the New Middletown Cemetery?


Added by Jim Boley on Apr 20, 2015 3:07 AM
Jim Boley
Hobart and Linnia Pate
Found the obit for Linnia 33568582 and it states that the services were held at New Middletown United Methodist Church with the Burial in Cedar Hill Cemetery in Corydon In.
Added by Jim Boley on Apr 18, 2015 9:50 AM
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