I may unclaim this because looking at the map I know exactly where it's at between the two creeks, I don't live too far from there and my family has lived in this area for generations. Of course that's assuming the map is correct as well. However, looking at it now, I'm not going to traipse through there this time of year. I will try to get out there this fall. There's another cemetery close by that I'm wanting to photograph as well. I'm trying to get all of those small ones photographed this year that's close by.
Added by CD on Jun 15, 2015 7:15 AM
|CD||DAVID/MANERVA FOX AND ELIZABETH HAYS|
Has anyone messaged you about this cemetery as to whether or not they could find anything. I'm recently attending a new church in that area and I will ask if any of them know of the cemetery.
Added by CD on Jun 11, 2015 12:48 PM
|Karen ||Amos Likens|
Sorry it has taken me so long to get this thank you off to you. I have been out of town for several weeks and am just now back home and getting back on my genealogy. But even though this thank you is late, I just wanted to let you know that the tombstone photo is really appreciated.
Added by Karen on Feb 18, 2015 12:38 PM
|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.
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