|Kathy Antram (#46792135)|
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I was just wondering how you got to the cemetery Palmour-McClure Cemetery and if you did not take photos maybe you can let me know who. Thanks Heather Bordeaux
|Syndi Snow||transfer request|
Hi, I am writing about Solomon Palmour and Sara Weaver Palmer.
They are my ggg grandparents. If they are of no relation to you, I would love to show their pages some TLC.
I realize ggg grandparents falls outside the immediate family stuff, but figured - if you aren't family then maybe you wouldn't mind. :)
If you are family then I would just ask if you would mind linking them as husband and wife?
here's his ID# 43020698
and her's 43020513
He was born in East Garces, East Jersey, NJ and died in Dawsonville, Dawson County, GA
She was born in Virginia and died in Dawsonville, Dawson County, GA
Thanks a bunch,
|Kevin Smith||Lemuel Chambers|
Hi Kathy- Any chance you could email me a larger version of the photo so I could read the inscription? Thank you in advance!
|Diane McCain||Headstone search|
Kathy, I am in need of some information on a family member that I was told is buried at New Home Church in Henagar, AL.
I checked the find a grave for that Church but I could not find anything?
Anyway his name and info I have:
Charles Abraham Lincoln Frost
Sept 1863 or 1864 (?)
Died: l930 in Dekalb AL
(if a double headstone-- wife is unknown)
Anyway could you help me with trying to find his grave and take a photo and put it on the find a grave website.
I live in Florida and not able to make a trip there. Any help and assistance would be a true blessing. If there is a charge for this just let me know your info.
May God Bless.
|Dr Andree S||Hi Kathy|
Are you still make connections and corrections to your Findagrave entries?
|kevin olsen||Twiggs can u transfer the twiggs and collins that are related to the twiggs in the eaton cemetery co|
|GPSP||Looking for my ggg grandfather in Westville|
Kathy, I am searching for the burial site of my ggg grandfather, John Hamilton, born 1821 in NC; died 1909 near Westville. I live in Ga. Do you have any way of checking to see if his grave is listed out there in a cemetery book, etc.?
Thanks very much.
Added by GPSP on Dec 04, 2009 4:59 PM
|Glenita G||obit KERN for Westville Cemetery|
Thought you might like to add this information.
Funeral service for James D. KERNS, 69 of Watts, who died in the Hillcrest hospital in Tulsa, Wednesday, February 18, twenty-eight hours after he had been injured in a two-automobile collision near Tulsa, Tuesday afternon, were conducted from the Watts Baptist church, Sunday afternoon with Rev. Don SHEFFIELD, pastor, officiating, assisted by Rev. James SMITH, pastor of the Westville Baptist church, and Rev. C.E. HARDY. Burial was in the Westville city cemetery with the Roberts Funeral Home directing arrangements. Mr. KERNS received head injuries from the accident, which sent four other persons to the hospital as a result of the crash. They are Mrs. Susie KERNS, wife of the victim, who is still hospitalized; William F. TAYLOR, 55 of Oklahoma, state building and supply supervisor for Southwestern Bell Telephone company; Earl H. JOHNSON, 52, Tulsa, building and supply for Bell in Eastern Oklahoma; C.E. DUKE, 53 of St. Louis, general building and supply supervisor for Bell. Mrs. KERNS arm and jaw were broken and she still remains in a serious condition, but has regained consciousness.
Mr. KERNS was born May 14, 1878 in Georgia. He was the son of Tandy KERNS and Jane HENDRICKS. He was a member of the Baptist church having joined at the age of 16. For the past 46 years he has been a resident of Oklahoma, and was widely known throughout this community.
Survivors other than his wife, Susie KERNS include one son Roy Eugene KERNS, Denver, Colorado; four daughters, Mrs. Oleta FARLEE, Littleton, Colorado, Mrs. Cletheal RONAN, Rock Island, Illinois, Mrs. Cora FRANKLIN, Burlington, Kansas, Mrs. Almadean SAUNDERS, Fresno, California; one brother, Lem KERNS of Westville; one sister, Mrs. Jimmy
STOVER, Warrior, Alabama, and five grandchildren.
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