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janelle warden (#47263335)
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Bio Photo I have been doing genealogy since 1983 and full time since 2004. I do enjoy taking trips for genealogy and walking around cemeteries looking for family even as far away as Auckland, New Zealand. So much can be learned just from grave photos.

Find A Grave has really been helpful in locating some of the graves. You may copy photos and genealogy information for your family research ...all I ask is that you remember where you got them in case someone needs a source.

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Ann Gardner
Hi, --- I received your message about the parents of Isaac Bacon, b. 1818. If you have viewed the family trees, you will know that there are at least 3 different fathers listed for him. The Walker Family Tree has quite a few sources and lists his parents as Jesse Bacon, 1790 PA - 1819 TN, and Elizabeth Pritchard / Prichett, 1790 - 1851 AR. Several other trees list his parents as Jonathan Bacon & Mollie Adams. Another tree has Aaron Bacon as Isaac's father.
--------- I'm not related and mainly researched George Bacon because he served during the Civil War. George's parents were together in Barton County, Kansas from 1875 - 1895. I added a little more information to the memorial for George Bacon, but I don't think I can help you determine who the parents of Isaac were ! It looks like an on-going discussion and perhaps something definitive will turn up.
----- AG
Added by Ann Gardner on Oct 30, 2015 7:03 AM
RE: Earl Murray
Thanks for sharing with me how you have connected family members. It must be very satisfying to know where your kin went. I always wonder why people would move to Walla Walla, Washington, "back then", but I guess I will never really know! I hope they had a good life while here!
Added by Eileen on Oct 28, 2015 10:21 AM
Kathy Holland, Gates to the Past Genealogy
RE: Shipley grave
There are nearly 300,000 people buried at this cemetery. So, it's huge!
For the other Shipley's that you are looking for, perhaps you can make a photo request for them. The Forest Lawn website does have a search engine to look people buried at their Los Angeles-area cemeteries.
Added by Kathy Holland, Gates to t... on Oct 07, 2015 9:38 AM
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RE: Shipley grave
Just the two that I saw. This is a really huge cemetery, so the others could be spread out over the entire cemetery.
Added by Kathy Holland, Gates to t... on Oct 06, 2015 8:46 PM
RE: cora deakins
Rowe Cemetery is on the Elizabethton side of Johnson City, TN. Go out Watauga St. toward Elizabethton. "Roweland" Drive will be on the right off Watauga. Kennametal plant is on Roweland Drive. Go to the end of the street. Alemite is on the right. The cemetery is at the extreme back right corner of the property across from Alemite, at the back of the property of a distribution place called Jammin Butter. Cemetery is about 300-400 feet back off Roweland.

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Added by SELLS on Oct 02, 2015 3:53 PM
Bob Copeland
Hi Janelle,
Just received your (EDIT notice from Find A Grave) I need a little help I guess. I am going to send you an email & just thought I would give you a heads up.
Thanks for contacting me
Added by Bob Copeland on May 31, 2015 9:42 AM
Marjorie and Alexander Godfrey
Janelle, Unfortunately, the headstone for Marjorie and Alexander is broken and there are apparently no names on it. There are two small markers for Andrew d 1895 and Annie d 1917 Godfrey. I placed photos on their respective memorials.
Pat Shearer
Added by PatS on May 29, 2015 8:58 AM
Nelson Bacon #24057465
You have an outstanding photo request for Nelson. I have marked it a "problem" as I am sure he and his wife Caroline have no stones. They are buried in the "colored" section of the cemetery and I have posted all of the stones that were found in that particular Block 4. There are many unmarked stones there so the only way for even an overall plot photo is to get the layout and particulars from the cemetery office. If you think this may not be who you are looking for, please consider deleting your photo request. I just don't want anyone else to spend a lot of time looking for a marker when I know there isn't one and really know way to know exactly where their graves are. Thanks, and let me know if any questions.
Added by BjJ on May 09, 2015 3:27 PM
Robert Bacon #57271031
I was able to track down Robert's grave, but unfortunately, it is unmarked. He is in the SW fourth of plot 122 in Block 37. The SE fourth is the Falconer family; the SW fourth is the South family. I doubt they are related. I have attached a photo of the plot for you on his memorial. Sorry there was not a better outcome.
Added by BjJ on May 09, 2015 1:03 PM
RE: Daniel Dalton Bacon
I will see what i can find, i'm like 2 min from the cemetery
Added by Tnbreeze on Mar 24, 2015 7:37 PM
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