|David R. Moore (#46568870)|
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|If you would like management of any of my non-family entries, please contact me. I do photo request in this area (Logan, AL)in my spare time, on occasion I travel hiway 31 over the TN line. Many times I just do not have time to enter the other person on multiple or double stones that are not already entered in a particular cemetery. I am not funny about copyrights for the photos I take, I would be more than happy to send them to you via email. The important thing is that the names and links be entered. If you are not comfortable with that, please leave me a message that I already have the photo (so I won't have to travel back to the cemetery for a photo I already have) and I will add it to your memorial. |
Note: When I go to a cemetery for photo request I usually take as many photos as I have time for I may already have a photo you need. Thanks
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|Sabrina K. Combs||Chandler Grave Photos|
Thank you so much for getting and uploading the Chandler photos at Emeus Cemetery. You did an excellent job. I appreciate your time and effort! :-)
|John Paul Baremore||Thank You!|
Thank you for taking the time to look for the gravestone of Jane Cunningham, and to report the problem with her memorial at Mount Hope Cemetery.
I suspect that someone put her in the wrong County and that she should be reported at the cemetery of the same name in Lawrence County, but that's a guess. Again, Many Thanks for your hard work.
|C. Granberry||Davis Photos Mount Hope Cemetery|
To say, "Thank you for the headstone of pictures of Effie, Ben, and Olan Davis" is simply insufficient to express our gratitude for you taking the time and posting the pictures. It means so much to us and we appreciate your kindness. Bless your kind heart.
|Paul Nichols||Mary Alice Brooks Woodard|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request for Mary Alice Brooks Woodard and for letting me know about the name of the cemetery. I am most grateful. Do you know whether or not the cemetery name on my memorials will change automatically if the contributor corrects the cemetery name?
|Guy Phillips||James T stanfors|
This was my mothers first husband.
|Patricia Farmer||RE: Winiford Kuykendall|
I live in Tennessee. We plan to be there in June for the Guthery Reunion. We plan to go to Good Hope. I don't know if we will get to Brushy Creek. I found Jessie's death record and it said he was buried at Brushy Creek. I added some links to their son Frank. Frank has several children buried there also. I took lots of pics but didn't get them all. I am so far behind. I need to creat more memorials, create links and add pictures of people and markers. And add bios. Back to spellings-I have always assumed that she would have spelled her name the way her grandmother spelled hers. But there are several variations of Grandma's name in the records.
|Patricia Farmer||Winiford Kuykendall|
Sorry, I have most issues of the Speegle Newsletter, but haven't checked them. According to a survey of Brushy Creek Cemetery, several of their children are buried there. Frank (1871-1915, a policeman who was killed in Jefferson County), Telury, and at least 1 unmarked grave of an infant.
|Patricia Farmer||Winaford Kuydendele|
Thank you for contacting me. Winiford's name is spelled so many different ways that I don't know if there is any way to determine the correct spelling. In the Brushy Creek Church Minutes, she is Winapord G. Kuyendell and Wineford Quackondoll (on same page Jessey Quackendall). The tombstones have "ph". The 1870 census had Winford G. Self. Death record for her daughter lists parents as J B. KuyKendall and Winferd Self. The 1860 Census has Winniford Self. The 1880 census has J B Kuykendall and Winifred. The 1900 census has Jese B. Kuykendell and Winaford G. It has the info that they have been married 28 years and she had had 12 children and 8 are living. Jessey was born November 1852. The Alabama Death index has a Jessie G. Kuykendall born in Georgia in 1846 died in 1934 in Cullman and was buried at Brushy Creek.
|Dianna Taylor||Jackson-Mauldin Photos|
David, Thanks so much for the marker photos at Livingston Chapel, I appreciate your time and effort.
Thank you so much for posting photos for Andrew & Henry R. Ponder and Elizabeth Petty.
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