|Dave & dee (#46630692)|
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We reside in Jacksonville, Florida but travel through Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia frequently.|
We began our genealogy searches for both our families and realize that every person you meet in person or on the internet could be someone that gives you that one piece of family history you've been searching for.
We wanted to be able to help others find their loved ones and will try to get pictures whenever possible.
Our image is our avatar from our Geocaching and Waymarking activities.
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Thank you for letting me know about Maggie's stone.
She is buried near the Crapos. Her maiden name was Crapo and both her parents are in the Old Jacksonville cemetery as well.
Thanks again!! I really appreciate it.
Re: There is a listing for Maggie Towslee/Towsles in this cemetery. However, there is indication that her resting place has no marker and the exact location is unknown. Could she be buried near any other family members we might be able to locate?
Thank you for all the work you do.
It brought a warm smile to see my beloved family member documented.
Added by Airlock on Jan 02, 2016 2:39 AM
|Kelly||RE: ramsay breazeale|
i just sent you an email .. thanks again
Added by Kelly on Apr 09, 2015 1:32 PM
could you please tell me where you found the plaque you posted on this site for the above man? this is my father and as far as i was told he was cremated and ashes were scattered at his church in a garden. any help on where the above plaque is located would be great to know.
Added by Kelly on Apr 09, 2015 10:40 AM
Thank you for taking time to photograph the headstone for Ruth Scruggs. Thank you for the work you do for all Find A Grave Members. Your work is truly appreciated.
Added by Rose on Mar 18, 2015 4:46 PM
|Jim Bass||James M Oak|
Thank you so much for this photo. It was great to see the CSA insignia. Now we know which side he fought on.
Added by Jim Bass on Mar 14, 2015 2:08 PM
|Jim Bass||George Oak|
Thank you so much for this photo. I am writing an article on the Oaks in this cemetery so I was very pleased to see this grave marker.
I appreciate your help
Added by Jim Bass on Mar 08, 2015 6:19 PM
|Karen Mathis Hudson||R. L. Carroll|
Hello Dave & Dee,
Thank you for trying to locate R.L.'s headstone. I really appreciate your time. At this time I have no other info.
Can you link the following graves as husband and wife Donald B Gorton 28660173 Darlyne A. Gorton
I'm their nephew Donald was my moms brother
|Chris Finch||Henry Mott Keil|
Thanks again, another odd stone, matching pair for mother and son.
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