|A Walk Through Time (#47192781)|
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"A Walk Through Time" is an event held each year on the 2nd Sunday in Oct with the proceeds going to the preservation of Forrest Cemetery in Gadsden, AL. We are already working on the 2015 event. We will have some returning favorites as well as new characters. The portrayers will be dressed in period dress and will tell the life stories of some of Gadsden's famous and not so famous citizens. The event is free but donations are encouraged and we are a 501 (c)(3) organization so donations are tax deductible. It's the most fun you'll ever have in a cemetery! Hope to see you there. |
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|John Walker Taylor||RE: Paul C. Norris and Mary Heath|
I am not related; I would accept the documents. Perhaps I could add some of the new info to their memorial pages.
As always, I appreciate the links you have made on the memorials. Just getting all the puzzle pieces together! Kind regards, Nancy
Added by NGL on Feb 03, 2015 9:46 PM
Please send link request on the edit button on top right of memorial per find a grave guidelines
Added by FHTerry on Dec 06, 2014 8:01 PM
|Ed Sanders||RE: Grief Taylor Horton|
The only one that I have in my records is Grief T. married to Jemima Broyles, child William Franklin who married a Wood. I am related to both families,Horton and Wood .I do not have much info on Grief (George).
Thanks so much for the link for Woodrow Stephens
Kind regards, Nancy
Added by NGL on Sep 05, 2014 8:48 PM
|Thomas Weyman Ruark||RE: Lindsey Dooly|
Sorry it's been so long for me to respond, but the answer to your question is yes Mary Dooly Ruark is my great great grand mother, coming from her son James Weyman Ruark.
|Tennessee heritage||RE: C.T. Brown Forrest Cemetery #110598101|
My grandfather was a brown from Cherokee County. His family was in Gadsden, Centre, Floyd Co., Ga and all over northeast Alabama. I don't know for sure if he is related. Sorry, diane
I have posted a picture and deleted my posted memorial. Sorry it took so long.
|Rob M||Ignatius Bruce|
You are very welcome. I'll email my phone number to you, in case you need a bit of guidance to find the monument. -rob
Added by Rob M on Jan 16, 2014 12:59 PM
|Rob M||Ignatius Bruce|
He is not buried in Cave Hill National Cemetery. He's in Cave Hill Cemetery, Sec. O, Lot 250, #77. Most of the Confederate soldiers are buried outside of, but adjacent to the National cemetery at Cave Hill.
Added by Rob M on Jan 15, 2014 5:30 PM
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