|John & Retta Waggoner (#47083614)|
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Known as The GraveWalkers we have been photographing & transcribing cemeteries for over 15 years. We love old cemeteries and appreciate when information is correctly presented. Find A Grave has been very important in our research.|
We are always happy to help with cemeteries in our area and are pleased for you to use our photos for your family files. You do not have to contact us for permission to use our photos but we would appreciate credit for our effort.
It is our goal to provide a photograph for family members who are not able to travel to our area to view the final resting place of their loved ones.
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|John Hardester||Gregory Headstone photo's|
Thanks again for taking the Gregory photo's for me. I really appreciate it!
|Elaine Berkowitz||Ara Moore|
Thanks so much for taking the time to photograph this headstone for me.
|Linda Clark||Geneva Clark|
Dearest John and Retta(GraveWalkers), I cannot tell you how pleased I am for your kindness and generosity of your time you've spent in finding my grandmothers headstone, then to post it on her memorial! My apologies for the time passed before the sharing of my appreciation, I've simply been without internet service for well over a year, and while at work any personal time spent on the web is minimal.
I am saddened to see the shape of her headstone but family (to my knowledge) no longer live in that area. I am unsure if the photo was taken in Eastland Cemetery, which is where I was told by another distant relative found here on F.A.G. is where she's buried, and so where I have her noted as being. Would you confirm this if a fact?
Thanks and many blessing,
|John Hardester||Gregory Headstones photo's|
Thank you so much for taking these photo's for me and posting them on their memorial pages. I really appreciate it!
|Cecil Vaden Jr.||Rev Robert Wilson "Boke" Hughes|
Thanks for the picture you took for us. It has been HOT here and hard to spend time in the Cemeteries. Can't wait till Fall!
|Linda zimmerman||Gustie Green, West Cem|
This is being sent to both Fay C. Leonard and John & Retta Waggoner.
Then you guys surveyed and photoed the West Cemetery, did you run into the owners or did you discover who might have the records for the cemetery?
William R. Gustie Green son of Abraham Lincoln S. Green son of Thaddeus F. Green
is burred there with a stone, as is Eliza Linton Armistead Green.
I bet that Abraham and Thaddeus are also buried there but without markers.
Something I would like to track down.
Just a FYI on the stone:
A.L.S. Green -> Abraham Lincoln Scire Green
A.L.S. -> Assie L. ?
1900, 1910 1920 census
|Linda zimmerman||Harvey Green Farm|
Have you had a opportunity to look for the Harvey Green cemetery. The description that I have puts it very close to where the map points here, right on Green Hollow.
|Linda zimmerman||Mattie Green.|
I went back to check my records, and they (my data base, and her Death Cert) agree with you, don't know how I put her in Ridgewood.
And yes I would like to move her memorial, I'm assuming the Green Cemetery does not exist yet.
|Darlene Brindley||Old Church Cemetery|
Thank you both so much for your wonderful photos of the Old church Cemetery .It's the first time we have gotten a look at it, cleaned off.
Hoping to get there soon to visit the grave of my husbands 4th great grand father. Thank you for all the work you do for others. Blessings to you both
|Alan Rhoades||Enoch Cemetery|
Can you tell me where this cemetery is located? I have found the Enoch Cemetery that is north of Rawls and East of Lester but I cannot find the one that the map shows is off of Christian Road. Any help in locating it will be greatly appreciated. Also, thanks for the photos.
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