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Catherine (#47511540)
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Mark Miller
Oakland Memorial Cemetery
I visited the cemetery in November, 2014. The stones of Edward and Susan are, as you described, in need of care.
I live in California, but have travelled to Clarksville 4-5 times in the last decade.
I am currently finishing a book (chiefly an enriched roster) on the Civil War soldiers of Johnson Co., Arkansas.
I hope to go visit the grave of Ascenith McConnell Street in Sonora, CA when I am next nearby.
Added by Mark Miller on Apr 14, 2015 12:28 PM
Mark Miller
I see you are a descendant of Edward E. McConnell and his wife Susan. I am as well, through his son William Henry.
Added by Mark Miller on Apr 13, 2015 9:47 PM
RE: Re: Maggie Frizzell Van Hooser
Yes, good to finally hear from a Frizzell cousin!!
I do not have the names yet of David's parents. Most recently I was attempting to locate info on his children through Elizabeth. It was a "Godsend" to locate info on his death in an 1897 newspaper article--do you have that? We live just outside of Powells Crossroads, TN - where do you live?
Added by RJ on Feb 14, 2015 10:03 AM
Tari L Elam
RE: Alice M Bradford Street

If I recall correctly, I found the information in two history books about Sonora and Tuolumne County. It has been a number of years since I read the books, but I put all of the information in my family tree. Alice's father was a half-brother to my great-grandfather. I will try to locate the names and get back to you in a week or so. I do know Alice M. Bradford Street married Mr. Parsons in 1893.

Kind regards.

Added by Tari L Elam on Jan 23, 2015 9:12 PM
Tony Bell
RE: Susan Allnutt gravestone photo
Catherine, there is an office at Oakland Memorial that might help point you to someone who would restore Susan's stone. The phone number listed is (479)754-8271.

Added by Tony Bell on Aug 06, 2014 3:56 PM
Tony Bell
RE: Susan Allnutt gravestone photo
You are very welcome. It is very satisfying finding old stones that need recording before they are gone forever. I also found her son James buried next to her, shot a photo and posted it to his memorial.
Added by Tony Bell on Aug 06, 2014 3:06 PM
RE: Nicholas Coleman Pogue photo
Around the top edges are carving lines, like maybe leaves, but there are no letters and on the 'book' there are indentations, maybe due to weathering. I have to go back to try to figure out some scriptures on a few other stones so I will check again on his just to make sure.
Added by litekeeper on Jul 28, 2014 4:36 PM
RE: Nicholas Coleman Pogue photo
I just sent you some more info on Nicholas and his family.

The Price cemetery is very well maintained.
I'm so glad I was able to help in your request, I do love my "job".

I work in all the cemetery's in Southwest Missouri almost everyday, yell at me if you need anything else.

Added by litekeeper on Jul 28, 2014 4:08 PM
Gary L. Eldridge
Powells buried at Hdson Cemetery
Are you by any chance related to them? Barton Powell married my great grandfather's sister Martha Jane Bryant, both buried there. Barty's brother James married Martha's sister Mary Ann Bryant. If you are directly descended from either of them I would love to correspond with you! I have pictures of two of the Bryant brothers and two sisters! I am descended from brother Joseph Bryant.
Added by Gary L. Eldridge on May 11, 2014 1:38 PM
Denine Urquhart
RE: The Street Family
Hi Catherine,

Here is the information you will need to find the Street Plot at the IOOF Cemetery.

The plot number is 37 and it is in row 3.
When you enter the gate to the cemetery there will be six rows, from left to right. Row one has no plots near the gate, so row 3 will look like it should be row 2.

The first plot in row 3 is the Jones Plot. When you see Jones you are at the beginning of row 3.

Start walking up row 3. When you pass the Curtis Crypt, which is the only crypt in the cemetery, you are 1/2 way to the Street plot.

Walk past about 8 more plots and look for the Steinmetz plot. There are McCormicks and Steinmetz buried in this plot. The next plot, which has no headstones and is unmarked,is the Street plot.

The plot above the Street Plot will be Romans. This plot is also empty, but the plot name is at the entrance or front of the plot.

The Street plot is between the Steinmetz plot and the Romans plot. I could send you a few pictures if it will help.

If you have any problem finding the plot, please feel free to call me and I will gladly show you where it is, 209-533-3326.

Take Care,
Denine Urquhart
Added by Denine Urquhart on Jan 19, 2014 9:05 PM
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