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|Sassy||RE: Mary Sprague - Bell Rock Cemetery|
You are so welcome. We have family in there are your Mary was close by.
Added by Sassy on Jul 22, 2015 9:07 PM
|E Jones||RE: Ira and Elizabeth Burger - East View Cemetery|
You are very welcome. I'm glad I could get the photos for you. I also added the GPS coordinates so that you can get a good view of their location with the Earth View of the map.
Added by E Jones on Jun 06, 2015 3:47 PM
|Clay Turner||Francis and Byrrde Wyatt|
Charla, thank you for the offer to go to Glendale, but that won't be necessary any more, some one fulfilled the request. Have a wonderful Memorial day.
|Clay Turner||RE: LA Gravemarkers|
Thank you that would be very appreciated, if you get the chance. I am Lds. Grew up in Utah, now live in Murfreesboro Tennessee. My grandmother was a Trojan as well. My Dad grew up in the L.A.area. Thank you very much.
|Clay Turner||head stones in L.A. area?|
Hi Charla, I have 2 Great Grandparents who are buried at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale. I made photo requests for them a few weeks ago, but there are over 200 photo requests for that cemetery, I was wondering if you are ever in that area and can fit it in, could you possibly take there pictures, I would really appreciate it. there names are Francis o wyatt, 1873-1948, and Byrde Wyatt 1874-1951.
|Clay Turner||RE: Pvt. James McKissack - Evergreen Cemetery|
You're welcome! I'm a real Civil War geek, so I always enjoy photographing that type of thing. Just a little background on that memorial, there 13 markers around the perimeter of the memorial, representing the states of the Confederacy. Just like the one marker says Tennessee. Others say there respective states, like Virginia, Kentucky, Mississippi, etc... I too have an ancestor who fought in the battle of Stones River, he was with the Pioneer Brigade, Union Army.
|Greg Ward||Thomas de Grey|
Your enquiry about Thomas Astley, who was the eldest son of Elizabeth Woodville.
There were chapels at Astley with tombs of the Grey family. When the Collegiate Church of St Mary the Virgin was disestablished in 1545 it reverted to the Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk. The church fell into a state of disrepair over the ensuing years.
The Chamberlayne family were granted the estate by the Crown in 1559 but did nothing to maintain the church until the tower was rebuilt in 1607 and a chancel was added using some stone from the chapels. All that remained of the 1343 church was the quire. A tomb was removed in order to place the 14th century choir stalls in their present position. This became evident when work was carried out on the church in 1952.
When Dugdale visited the church he saw 9 effigies stacked in an outhouse. We now have just 3 effigies, which were placed in their present position at the beginning of the 20th century. One of them is thought to represent Cicely Bonville who was married to Thomas Grey.
THE ABOVE IS A REPLY I HAD TO AN EMAIL TO THE CHURCH WARDEN - REGARDS, GREG
|Craig Scott Burnes||Cemetery|
I cannot find Haddock Family Cemetery in Cohutta. I need more information.
|Bill Blackstock||Williams Cemetery|
Two years ago I made a very thorough search for the Williams Cemetery. I went to the exact spot indicated on the map and searched a wide area around it in all directions and found no evidence of a cemetery or even a single grave.
|Walt Wyatt||Williams Cemetary, Covington CTY|
I live a couple of miles from the "location". I have never noticed this cemetary but will attempt pictures if it can be found.
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