|ellen white||Photo Request-Lilly Bailey|
I was at St. Edward Catholic Cemetery in Louisville (Jeffersontown) today. I tried to find Lilly Bailey's grave, but I could not find it. This is a very small cemetery. There are some stones there where the inscriptions are too faded to read. Since Lilly died in 1928, I felt sure that her stone should be readable, but I simply could not find it. I'm sorry that I could not be more helpful.
|BjJ||RE: Almond Ernest and Clara Walkup|
Thanks for getting the plot info. I don't have a photo of their stone and I thought I'd photographed all of them on prior visits. I will look again for you in the next few days and will keep you posted.
Added by BjJ on Feb 12, 2015 9:51 AM
|Joseph Mann||John Darre - Greenwood Cemetery|
John Darre is buried at 21 Sycamore Aloe Orange.
The cemetery is closed today and tomorrow for vehicular traffic, so weather permitting I will take the photo Sunday.
He is buried with the following:
First Name Middle Name Last Name Suffix Age Date of Burial
Louis E. Darre Sr. 81 06/03/1983
J.M. Darre 05/14/1935
Victorine D. Darre 75 04/17/1948
Gertrude Hussey Darre' 83 10/12/2001
|Mike Huffstetler||Mary Lou Ballew Bazzle|
She is buried in an unmarked grave with her parents Paul & Lula Ballew in the Willow II A Section plot 117 grave 3
I come across the request for this headstone. I was just at Jellico Creek Baptist Church Cem Yesterday 8/20/2014 I seen this headstone. When you face the church its in the section on the left. Hope this helps your findings.
Added by Kelly Jo on Aug 21, 2014 6:51 AM
|Cecilia Livesay||Edward Cloyd|
Uncle Edward is no longer at Old Mt Hermon, the family moved him to Louisville. Thank you.
|RamblinRose||Foster's and Sexton's|
Hi Teresa, I have transferred the Foster's and Sexton's to you. I am not related to your family.
|Dorothy E. Hare Wigginton||Sarah F Hawkins Roller|
Thanks for the correction on her birth year..
|Louise||RE: Goins/Bazel headstones|
You are very welcome. I found the New Bazeltown Cemetery while trying to find the old Bazel Town Cemetery. I did not know the new one existed. Just prior to leaving the cemetery a young girl walked up to the church and I asked her about the location of Bazel Town Cemetery. She gave me perfect directions. Without knowing exactly where to look one would never find it. It is about a quarter mile off the road down an overgrown and washed out path. It was quite a hike uphill. The cemetery pictures are now visible on Bazel Town Cemetery. I want to go back and retake the photo for the new cemetery as I was disappointed with the photo I took.
One last note, check out Geneva Ray again. The death year on the marker is different from the obituary. Have no ideas which is correct.
Added by Louise on Nov 03, 2013 2:38 AM
|Adana Thompson Adams||RE: ROLLER|
You are most welcome. Let me know if I can be of further assistance.
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