|Doug McBroom||Tombstone picture|
Many thanks for taking the time to post the picture of Viola BOALAS MOORE's tombstone for me.
Doug McBroom, Fairfax VA
|Nancy||Thomas J Barker|
Thank you for the photo, your time and effort. All much Appreciated. May I use your photo in my family tree? Nancy
Added by Nancy on Jan 14, 2014 2:13 PM
Vicki, thanks for trying to takes pics for me at Peril Cemetery. Can you give me the directions so I can have them added to the cemetery page and also have it stated that it is on private property? My email is email@example.com
Added by Carolyn on Jan 12, 2014 4:37 PM
Thank you so much for taking the marker photos and adding them to the memorial pages of Roy and Carrie Robbins.
Added by BettyF on Jan 11, 2014 1:17 PM
|Donna Spears||Frank Ryan|
Thank you so much for the photo. We appreciate your efforts and time.
|Lori||Fred E Jones|
Thank you so much for the picture of Fred's gravestone. I very much appreciate your taking the time to fulfill my request. (Sorry the Thank You is so long overdue, but had computer problems and this is the first I've been able to access my email.)
Added by Lori on Sep 11, 2013 8:19 AM
|Bobby Christall||Caroline Tucker|
Vickie, I got a message that said you couldn't find Carolyn Tucker's grave. Her stone was listed in the book of old Pioneer Cemetery listings which I will copy & paste and highlight her name with an ****. Perhaps the stone was stolen? Maybe hidden by debris? Thank you for looking, maybe someone will find it again.
Old Pioneer Cemetery on N Park burials 1862-1902:
Pannell, Mrs N. A., 1-14-183811-30-1885;
Williamson, P.C., 9-26-18534-25-1891;
Woman, A mother, unknown;
A tomb (railing) no info;
Dolan, Daisy, 18761878;
Kernodle, Mrs. MM, 1-23-18719-10-1891,"mother and babe";
Cummings,Gerald, 1-21-18897-27-1889, infant son of J.E. & M.;
Cummings, "our baby" born dead, 3-23-1879 (shares stone with above infant);
H.C.S. on footpiece, railing, no stone, has German inscription;
Grant, Samuel, 2-28-18559-8-1891, Masonic inscription;
Grant, Bertha, 3-12-18805-7-1890 dau of Sam;
West, Elinor, 1-10-18104-1-1884;
Watkins, B.F., 9-19-18368-11-1862, (assassinated by Indians);
Baker, Emma Sale,10-22-18573-10-1891, wife of J.A. Baker;
Martellfall, Dejestus, __1887;
Rogers, Saller E.,7-4-18636-1-1887, wife of J.A.;
Cheney, Edwin, 10-4-182212-15-1883;
Ansley, Georgia, 5-17-18827-25-1883, dau of J.H. & M.F.;
McCarthy, Timothy, 17936-17-1867;
Hewitt, James E., 5-185212-27-1875, died from mortal wounds received 12-25-1875;
Cummings, Mary MaCarthy Hewitt, 18304-18-1875;
*****Tucker, Mrs. Caroline R., 12-25-183512-30-1859 or 69;
Weymiller, F., 18211881;
Leakey, Tom, 1-23-18588-7-1884;
Griner, H.W., 11-19-18162-5-1889;
Pulliam, John T., 11-29-18469-26-1872, Killed in Mexico;
Pulliam, Ben A., 1-3-18417-13-1873, killed by Indians.;
Papperson, Minnie, 2-18-18773-21-1880, (could be Patterson?) dau of J.J.H. & C.;
Hatch, Mattie, 3-13-18742-20-1889 (Hatch family lived on W. Garden St. about 1944.);
Packingham, Octivia, 18591-18-1864;
Packingham, Catherine, 18541-21-1864, erected by mother C.P.O.H, alias McCarthy;
Parke, Josiah, 3-5-184211-14-1864 (possible name: Parker?;
Emerson, Ray, 5-6-18818-7-1882;
Griffin, Melissa, 7-2-186_12-22-1869, dau of Jane and Horace;
Griffin, Jane, 18443-12-1882 with Cherri Ann, 6-21-18664-12-1882;
Red brick vault, empty
McLaughlin, Elijah Porter, 1-18827-14-1883, son of S.M. & E.J.;
Goodman, J.B., 6-14-18143-28-1884;
Goodman, Giles, 3-11-187012-11-1871, son of N. Goodman;
King Fisher, Born ____ /Died March 11, 1884. He was acting Uvalde County Sheriff, when, he and the notorious Ben Thompson were killed from ambush at a vaudeville theater in San Antonio.
There are many graves here that have no information.
|Linda Fincke Boucher||Maggie Carrie Lorene Rankin|
Thank you for the photo of the headstone. Your work is greatly appreciated.
|Sammy Boyd, Genealogist; www.SkillernFamily.com||Zelma Dean (Hale) Wemken - Photo Request|
Thank you for photographing Zelma's monument and adding the two pictures to her memorial.
Thank you so much for the 3 photos you got. Verner Wilde, Alex Block and Lucy Block. You did a very nice job.
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