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|Noreen Sherwood||Mathew Johnson Waters tombstone|
I just added a photo of Mathew Johnson Waters' tombstone in the Waters Cemetery that I took in February 2013. It is not the same tombstone that you posted. Yours is very weathered. Was this the Waters Cemetery on Puckett Road in Hall County, GA?
I read somewhere a few years back that there is a second Waters Cemetery in the same area. I found it once and took some photos, but now I can't find the photos or the cemetery. When I found it, there was a lot of construction on Friendship Road . Now that the construction is finished I'm not sure where this cemetery is located. Do you know anything about this cemetery?
Thanks for your help.
|Mary Agnes Hammett||RE: Re: Arradine Walters Seefield request, Roselawn, Baton Rouge, LA|
You are welcome. Glad I could be of some small help.
|Mary Agnes Hammett||Re: Arradine Walters Seefield request, Roselawn, Baton Rouge, LA|
In and around the plot in Section B 107 are
Frederick Blair Lakin 1915-1939
Edward Blair Lakin 1882-1937
Ella Seifield Cage 1891-1940 (notice spelling)
Arthur Eugene Bruce 1871-1936
Sarah Adelaide Griffin Bruce 1874-1977
Gladys Bruce Seefield 1901-1954
Edgar William Seefield 1898-1965
Carroll Dale Bruce 1911-1954
Harold Glenn Bruce 1911-1984
Frederick W Seefield 1860-1949 (next to Arradine)
Arradine Walters Seefield 1863-1940
Fred and Arradine are in the same plot as the Isidore Larguier. There are some Chaney's, Stanfill's, and Downing families nearby.
Hope this helps. Should you need better, clearer photos, please do not hesitate.
|Gene Phillips||Watts Photo Request|
As per your request the order of the graves in the row.
Jessie A Watts
John Earnest Watts
Mrs Chanie Preston
In another row Chariel & Betrice Watts have d/s
then Houston Rawls
then Vernie Watts.
I did not get photos for Rosan and Willie.
|M Newton||Waters Cemetery|
Hi, I picked up two photo requests, Stacy Hamilton and Frances Hamilton, who are buried in the Waters Cemetery in Hall County, Georgia. I see you created these memorials but when I visited the cemetery, which is heavily overgrown, I found only three engraved markers. There were, however, over 20 simple stones to designate grave locations. So I'm wondering if, from the source you used or perhaps a personal visit to the cemetery, if you think these persons are buried with stones only. It is possible that there are buried markers that have fallen over and buried but I did not see them. Any input or opinion would be helpful. Thanks
Added by M Newton on Oct 02, 2013 12:14 PM
|Cathy Morie||RE: Emmett I. Breazeale headstone|
You are so welcome.
Hi, I'm one of Dicie Reynolds Wadsworth's great-grandchildren. I've got lots of info on the descendents if you're looking for it.
|Robert E. Lee||Mary Parker|
Added Photo to Her Memorial.(1-29-1934)
|Robert E. Lee||Mary E. (Shoemaker) Parker|
I have all of the Tombstone photos on another hard drive and as soon as I have time I will add there Tombstone photos and let you know the right death date.
|Lynn Reuss||RE: James|
Your very welcome. Anytime.
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