I began my search for family at the end of 2005. Without the help of my mother-in-law, current family, and the help of some special people at find a grave, I wouldn't have been able to make it as far as I have. Thank you so much for all your help and everything you do and have done. I am searching for the surnames, Ratka, Mruk, Klijewski, Simkins, and, Covington.
Carvell Rowell Memorial Hi, you state on your picture for Carvell Rowell Memorial# 13603494 at New Home Baptist Church Cemetery, that you have a closer take of the grave marker. I would appreciate any other photo's or info that you may have. He was married to my father's youngest sister, Nora Eunetta Hare. I live in Virginia and don't have much hopes of visiting Mobile area, so any additional you can provide would be very much appreciated. Thank you, Manly Hare Find A Grave or direct to email@example.com
"Rowell" Photo request You stated that you have a closer picture showing the names on Carvel Rowell's tombstone located in New Home Cemetery, Citronelle, Alabama. I would very much appreciate a copy of it. His wife Nora Hare Rowell was my father's youngest sister. Thank you for posting the info.
Brams, Andrew - Grave Marker I have just found the photo of the grave marker for my uncle, Andrew Brams (d. May 25, 1965), who is buried in Semmes First Baptist Church Cemetery. I thank you very much for submitting the photo. I did know he was buried there, but I am trying to find the maiden name of his wife, Elizabeth. I have tried marriage records without success.
Is there any further information available through your association with Find A Grave? Andrew Brams was born on Sept. 17, 1892, in Rokio, Vora, Finland. His parents (my grandparents) are Beata Nyby Brams and Matts Brams.
If you can direct me to a website that might be of help, I would appreciate that very much. The photo of the grave marker was quite a surprise and is another addition to my family history. Thanks again. Nancy Egles(Brams)