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|Dora R Majer||RE: Thanks|
You are amazing. thanks so much. I will let you know any new information that I find about Baxleys and Parhams
|Dora R Majer||Thanks|
Thank you Vonna. I went to both of the sites you suggested and
found some very helpful information. You are the best.
PS Do you know the zip code for the Barker Ten Mile Methodist
Church and Cementery?
|Dora R Majer||William Henry Parham|
I am a direct descendent of Eliza Baxley Parham. Born 1842, died 1925. She is buried in The Barker 10 Mile Methodist Church Cemetary. First I would like to thank Vonna for photographing her grave marker. Having that picture has really helped me in my search for my family roots
Second, I was wondering if anyone knows anything about Eliza
Parham's family, Particularly her husband William Henry Parham.
i can find no record of when or where or how he died
I am pretty sure William Henry and Eliza lived in or around Howellsville, NC.
Thirdly, I wondered if anyone has any information of Eliza's parents
Allan and Jane (Jenny) Baxley who some say lived outside of
St Pauls, NC.
If anyone has any information of these peeps I would appreciate it if they would share it with me or give me a hint as to where I could find out more about them.
Again, Thank you Vonna.
|Sue Thompson||Emmitt Dick Miller|
Vonna, has anyone ever found a grave stone for Emmitt at St. Mary's south cemetery at Walsenburg, CO? When I went to the church and looked at their burial records, he absolutely was not in their records as being buried in that cemetery. I can't believe, with as many children he had and a wife, there isn't a gravestone of some kind. I searched all around his second wife's grave and he can't be buried next to her. I seen mentioned that there is a section 1 that has unblessed graves. Could he be there? Do you know what that means?
|Hily||Ollie Muse Find A Grave Memorial# 59011247|
I am looking for Ollie M. Brady whose mother was Connie Brady. Whose sister was Annie Jane and Rosa and a brother Joseph.
It looks like this might be her... do you have any additional information on this lady?
Added by Hily on Sep 14, 2015 10:38 PM
|The Lone Ranger||Abert Cain|
Thanks for your time and effort to get that photo for me
|Laurie Knight||Roses Cross Creek cemetery|
Thanks so much for the great photos!
|Barbara Spears Pipek||Capt. John Huske Robinson|
Thanks so much for taking the photos of John's stone. Really appreciate it.
|Sarah K. McIntee||RE: John Walker Worth|
My grandmother Josephine H. (nee Martin) Murphy was the executrix for John Walker Worth, known by my grandmother, and mother, as "Uncle John."
He was a musician, a very talented musician who went to New York after he wrote a very affectionate song for a girl cousin. My mother said , her mother said, the family was not thrilled with this potential incestuous relationship.
Uncle John was supposedly involved with various orchestras, maybe one related to opera, and I have a picture of him in a choir masters robe and cotta, so he evidently was a choir director. He played organ, probably for an Episcopal church.
I have more information about this family and their descendants, but I do not want to share it publicly.
Hi Vonna, thank you for uploading the pictures of my maternal grandparents grave markers. Eula Stout Hood and Boyd Washington Hood. I am assuming this is a very small cemetery because I had some difficulties finding anything on-line about it. I can't thank you enough for taking the time to submit these photos. I live out of state and this is truly a blessing to me. You have a grateful fan in Washington DC!
Added by Erika on Aug 08, 2015 10:46 AM
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