My sister Pam Thompson email@example.com collects and updates all the grave stone information located in the Erick Cemetery. I enter the information into the computer and on line systems. Either one of us will answer questions and/or double check information provided herein. In the photo: Myself,my wife Carolyn and Sara Lott our grandaughter who left us suddenly at the age of 12, July 2008; view her memorial in Find-A-Grave, Erick Cemetery, Erick Oklahoma or click on her name here. Sara Lott
Joel Edwin Everett Hi, You have listed Joel Edwin Everett born in 1835 but there were two Joel E Everetts. My Great Grandfather, Joel Edwin Everett that was married to Mary Frances Deal and is the GRANDSON of Solomon and Mary Doster Everett not his son. Joel Edwin's father is Samuel Doster Everett born 3 March 1801 in North Carolina and died 4 February 1872 in Floyd County, Georgia. Joel's mother is Elysebeth "Betsy" Roe born 1809 in South Carolina and died after 1880. Both Samuel and Elysebeth Everett are buried in the Sugar Valley Cemetery in Gordon County, Georgia but there are no headstones. Solomon's son Joel E Everett was born 1811 and not much known on him. Thanks so much for all your efforts at the Erick Cemetery. Most of my family is buried there! Kind Regards, Deveney Campbell Herb
I would like to manage my Family's graves if at all possible either now or in the future when you decide to release them. Rodney Wayne Head is my Husband of course he is buried near his father, Thomas Michael "Tommy" Head and grandparents Tom and Ruby Head. Rodney's Maternal family would be the Helm's, Worley's and Richardson's. I have no family on my side as of now but will myself be buried with Rodney when the time comes.
Hi, Ibbie is my 1st cousin, thrice removed. I would like to maintain his memorial, if you are willing to transfer. Thank you for creating this memorial and for taking the picture of his headstone. Also, thank you for your consideration of this request.
I tried to send this request via the edit tab, but it hasn't been working for the last couple of days.