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|Kelly Kerr||Coke Hardcastle|
Thanks for checking on him. My source was a listing of Pulaski cemetery book on the following website: http://www.arkansasties.com/WhatsNew/2005/09/8151/
Is the other cemetery you referred to in the same county?
|Sherry Van Scoy Hall||RE: Thompson's|
Thanx so much. No hurry. It will be interesting to see if exact dates are on the grave markers - I show that Hazel died on the 12th of December 1985.
I know your weather back there is pretty bad so, if you don't want to brave the cold, another time will be fine.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year,
|DBT||RE: Folts, Adams, Lowry|
I was wondering why the great interest. My only suggestion is that when you post newspaper articles the person posting should list the published date. While there is a lot of information posted on Ancestry I also require some supporting documentation before I add the information. Just because someone sends me information or it is posted on Ancestry does not mean it is accurate. Again I need to verify it with some documentation. Just as an aside Maude's sister Nellie had two husbands. She was first married to a Miller. I have the newspaper articles about her first marriage.
Charles Gay is in the process of adding headstone pictures for Oakview. It was on my list of cemeteries to photograph but, he got there first. JoyLynn and I did quite a few pictures there including the Budlongs for her. Interestingly I have Budlongs in my family also. We have not figured out the link, if there is a link. So I am waiting to see if Charles found a stone for Maude.
Yes, it probably would have been better if you contacted me direct!:-)
Added by DBT on Dec 11, 2013 9:04 PM
|Don Ort||Daisy Bell Harden Hamm Headstone Photo|
Good evening Pete. Thanks a million for the great photo of Daisy Bell and Gerald D. Hamm Headstone.
Added by Don Ort on Nov 05, 2013 7:12 PM
P.S: Can you also link her with her 1st husband: 55346113
Elizabeths memorial # is # 90653100
After researching your additional information, I'm thinking Annis was a "middle name" for Elizabeth instead of last name. I think you're right that her last name could have been Case.
Can you please correct her memorial to show her maiden name as :
Elizabeth Hannah Annis "Bessie" Case
and that she was married three times:
1) Jesse Henry Turner m. 1902 & divorced 1903
2) George William Wilkinson m. 1904
3) Otto Albert Opp m. 1919
Thanks for your help.
Thank you for the photo. My family and I appreciate it.
|bhufton||RE: Susan Robertson|
I did not pay attention to Robert's dates. I was just looking for Susan. That bush growing in front of and around Robert's stone has fairly thick and strong branches with leaves that are also thick and have some sort of rough texture. It was a very healthy bush and one I wasn't winning the battle with just in trying to read Susan's stone. So if the cemetery maintenance people do get rid of the bush as has been asked, I will look for any other info I can find for you.
Added by bhufton on Sep 11, 2013 8:20 AM
|bhufton||RE: Susan Robertson|
I wrote this caption with the photo I posted for Susan: "Susan's stone is actually hidden under the growth of this large bush. The tall stone you see at the back of the bush is Robert Young's. Susan's stone is at the foot of Mr. Young's and is flush with the ground. Her stone has the name Susan T. and the birthdate 1848, but only has the first two digits of the year of her death (just 19__)." The name on the headstone is Young. A cemetery staff member put in a request to have that large bush removed. I will check on it periodically to see if the bush does actually get removed and then will retake the photo so you can see Susan's headstone.
Added by bhufton on Sep 10, 2013 8:37 PM
|Roger Huffenberger||RE: Fuller|
you are welcome
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