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|Susan Boyett||Martins buried in the Milano Cemetery|
Hello... I see that you are the person who manages the memorials of
Jane Martin Find A Grave Memorial# 10643079
Judy Martin Find A Grave Memorial# 10643075
Billy Joe Martin
Find A Grave Memorial# 9675079
Fannie Mae Steele Martin
Find A Grave Memorial# 9675130
I sent a request to a Findagrave volunteer photographer... for photos of the headstones of the above mentioned names...
The response I received was as follows:
"I searched the stated plot or section and could not find the grave"
"I searched the entire cemetery and could not find the grave"
They also reported, specifically:
Since the husband and father, E. Martin is buried in Winston, could the rest of the family be buried there as well? I have not found any of his family in Milano Cemetery. A copy of the death certificate would help.
Could you share with me the information that you may have for their burial in this cemetery?
I have been unable to locate the death certificates at this time... but will be on that quest. Thank You for any assistance you might provide... Susan Boyett
|Susan Boyett||Robert Lee Martin -transfer|
Robert Lee Martin Find A Grave #9675222 was my grandfather. I would like to manage his memorial if you will kindly transfer.
Thanks, Susan Boyett
|Susan Boyett||Robert Lee Martin|
Robert Lee Martin Find A Grave #9675222 was my grandfather. He raised me as his own child. I would like to manage his memorial if you will kindly transfer.
Thanks, Susan Boyett
|Susan Boyett||George W Martin and descendents|
Hello my name is Susan Newton Boyett... I believe that we may have corresponded earlier.
George W Martin and wife (Hester) Hettie are my great grandparents. I never met them and am very curious in learning as much about them as possible.
I am looking for photos of the gravesites of their children whom I believe may be buried in the Winston Cemetery. Possible children;
George Martin 1905-
August Martin 1913-
Also believed to be buried here are Hester Martin's mother:
Mary B Terry Winston 1849-1926
Her father: William Overton Winston 1849-1890
If possible I would like to request a photo of their headstones...
I am aware that the cemetery is on private property. I have been given the contact name and number for entrance to this land. It is as follows;
From Cameron take Hiway 77 south for 3 1/10 miles to the "Y" then continue on Hwy 77 S abt
3 7/10 miles. Pass the veterinarian sign on the right side of the road at CR 230, and drive abt a half mile further. The double gate is locked so permission and a key must be obtained from Mr Moody to enter the private property. The cemetery is on a hill about a half mile down a gravel road. This information came from my, inquiry at the Cameron Chamber of Commerce...(James Walker, 512-636-9520)
It was taken from a book "170 Years Of Cemetery Records" compiled by Norrine Holder Holman which is located at the Cameron Library.
Contact person for cemetery admittance:
Carl Moody 254-697-3727 or
Jason Moody 254-605-0933
I live in the Dallas area and hope to visit Cameron someday soon. However until that time if you are willing to try and locate these gravesites it would be truly appreciated.
|Graveyard Stomper||RE: McAlpines in Eutaw Cemetery|
Thank you very much!
|Graveyard Stomper||McAlpines in Eutaw Cemetery|
You uploaded photos of the McAlpine's in Eutaw Cemetery. These are relatives of mine, 1st and second cousins and so forth. I was wondering if you minded if I used your photos on my Ancestry.com family tree?
|Michele Mills||Mattie Lucille Stevens Baldwin|
Mattie Lucille Stevens Baldwin (27607434) - Parents are Martha Suzanne Rogers Stevens (14061743) and William Francis Stevens (14061760), both buried in Hayrick Cemetery, Coke County, Texas.
|Rick Miller||Zellner transfers|
Thank you so much for the Zellner family transfers!
|scott dawsey||Isaac Winston|
I added a picture of Isaac Winston to your posting Congresional Cemetery Washington
got the picture at BellMont Plantation
home of his father, in Tuscumbia Alabama
|john M. Gassaway - Carter||John Gassaway 1933-1973|
The picture of st johns cemetery sign is the ticket my fathers grave lies a short way up the hill in back of the sign I am almost sure of it . we gave my Dad & my Grand father the same marker their are three names on the head stone William N. Gassaway , John D. Gassaway ,& William F. Gassaway . Their wives all out lived their husbands. except William N. Gassaway He out lived two wives . the stone is a low slanted gray rectangle. I wanted a pillar with something symbolizing the sea for my father . He was an Oceanographer & worked for N.O.A.H. If you can get the picture it would mean a lot to me ! Thank you very much , Sincerely yours, John M .Gassaway~ Carter
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