|Jason Presley (#46598252)|
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My wife & I have been photographing cemeteries for several years now. We started just as a way to help document our family research, but with digital cameras and memory being so cheap, we thought we might as well take as many photos as we could since we were out there anyway and not everyone can make the trip to visit the graves of their loved ones. |
Researching PRESLEY, GAMBLE, BIVENS, MINTON, BROCKETT, ROOKS, LOGAN, MOSLEY, DEMING, LaMASTUS, FUTRELL, CLARK, ROOK, HUDDLESTON
Presley/Gamble - Rooks/Brockett Ancestry
As far as copyright goes, please feel free to use any of my photos as you see fit.
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|Marsha Asquith||Meridianville cemetery|
Who owns this cemetery? We live next to it, and we like to clear the brush, vines, and weeds,
|Shirley M. Strickland||Clay|
Good evening Jason, thank you for the transfer of Charles Clay to me. I look forward to bringing him together with some of his family.
Please take care of the people I sent you.
Added by cat lady on Jul 26, 2015 12:22 PM
|KesterDV||Wherrys of Alabama|
Thank you for being so gracious and transferring my relatives. I didn't grow up knowing anyone on my mother's side of the family and I am just getting to know them via research and talking to surviving family members. It means a lot.
All the Best to You,
Added by KesterDV on Jul 25, 2015 5:55 AM
Thank you for allowing use of your findagrave photos with our ancestry research.
|Billy Carpenter||Carpenters at Findagrave.com|
Thank you for your photo contributions to my relatives memorials at findagrave.com
Your work for others is appreciated.
|Linda Dearing||Jodia Franklin Dunn|
Find A Grave Memorial# 8225738 - Jodia
Find A Grave Memorial# 8225741 - Myrtle
I left a copy of Joe and his wife Myrtle's obituaries just in case you are family.
|Christine||John Wilson Black|
The problem is that this is not John Wilson Black but John Wesley Black who married Sarah C Jordan. I am still trying to track down John Wilson Black's gravestone in Denning Cemetery. John Wilson Black died of injuries sustained in the 1925 Tri-State Tornado when he was visiting his daughter, Lillie, in Franklin County.
|J. Reed||RE: Deming Cemetery!|
If facing the Church of Christ church go to your right (north) one mile. On the left (same side of church) up on a hill in the woods is the cemetery. It is on private property. You cannot see it from the road. Co-ordinance are: 35.052484 x -88.707552. There is a gate on the private property with the address of 2275 Cypress Tank. The cemetery is about 2000 feet north of this gate. Hope that this helps you!
Added by J. Reed on May 03, 2015 12:56 PM
|Debora Hill Nichols||Memorial # 8167824 (Rev. James Hill)|
I was looking at James Hill's memorial and saw the questions about his parents. I was wondering if you are related to him or if someone else had asked that the questions be asked? I am researching his brother, John William A. Hill, who I believe is my grandfather. I thought maybe if you are related it may help us both get some answers.
Debora Hill Nichols
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