|Sandy King (#47512512)|
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|Paul Davis||Swatman & Davis|
I was wondering if you have a family connection to the Swatman & Davis family? Netti and Albert are my great grand parents. It's always nice to run into more of us. ;)
|Marsha Richardson||RE: Arter Sheffield|
Hi Sandy. Glad to take the photo for you. We were traveling home to Florida and saw your request so stopped to get it for you. Many there have not been photographed yet. Didn't have time to do all but did a few in addition to yours.
|Kerry Girolamo||RE: Bill Ethel|
Good thinking Sandy! I was wondering about that name and how odd it seemed. I transferred her and her son to you. Let me know if there was another. Thanks! Kerry
|KAREN LOVY||RE: James O'Bannon|
|Candyce Farris Dixon||RE: Ola Rhodes|
Hi, Sandy -
I am only related thru marriage. Minnie Ola Rhodes McMahon Welch was my cousin's mother-in-law. If I turn up a contact for you, I'll let you know.
Huntsville, Walker Co., TX
|Cecil Vaden Jr.||RE: Hagleman|
Your welcome. Glad I could help.
|Sharon Frank Patrick||Hiram Graves photo request|
John James Graves is the only Graves that was ever found during the surveys of this cemetery. John is in a corner by himself with no visible signs of an unmarked grave.
|Sandi Lee Craig||RE: Webb|
Sandy - do you know about the Thayer who was adopted at an early age by Daniel Barber. Daniel Barber is my husband's 5th [or perhaps 6th] great-grandfather. I have several documents relating to them. We, too, live in Texas Plano- but have a home on Lake Champlain [www.edgewaterfarm1787.com] where we run a B&B during the summer. The Thayer graves are in the middle of the area where several stones are in the cemetery and last year were in good shape for their age. It is only the far East side which has lost some stones...others over the years have been 'lost'. They were broken and I believe one of the Webb caretakers thru the stones away. It was Daniel Barber, Jr. and a young son who died of the same illness in 1802/3. Only proof are my notes and a very faded photograph. Sandi
|Sandi Lee Craig||RE: Webb or West|
Thanks, Sandy. I was 'upset' when the Webbs removed the little picket fence which protected some of the stones from the large mowers that they are using to clear around the cemetery. Several stones have "disappeared' over the 30 years that we have been visiting this little cemetery and taking photographs. Several stones are just 'photographs' now! SAD! Of course, none of the 'destruction' has taken place behind the cedar enclosed plot for the Webbs. Highly selective maintenance as far as we're concerned. I've registered my disappointment with the person who over-sees Shelburne's cemeteries....thus far no positive reactions for the WEST cemetery. Thanks for all the work you do! The photographs you've posted are great - it is hard to get to this cemetery at the correct 'sun time'.
|Brad Stockreef||RE: Rufus|
My bleasure, and have a great day.
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