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|Nancy Cornelius||SM Jobe at Honeycomb in Marshall Co AL|
A friend and I have found this stone. It is broken in 3 pieces and 2 of the three were buried under about 1 inch of dirt. Just happen to see the corner when looking at the broken part standing. It is next to Aaron Jobe, but SM would be more of a parent to Aaron. The date on the memorial is wrong. This SM Jobe died in 1860 at the age of 41yrs 10 months and 26 days according to the stone. There is no other info, but hope this will help.
|Angela Brower||RE: George & Fannie Rodgers|
I plan on making another trip out to that cemetery in the next couple of weeks. It sits in the middle of a large pasture and the man that maintains is will be doing some maintenance there soon.
|Michael Beck||RE: Clarence Rodgers|
you are welcome
|Sandra White Ingram||Forest Park East Request|
I live near Forest Park East Cemetery where you have made a photo request. The people that run the office are not very helpful. I recently went down there and took a list of all the photo requests currently open and a gentleman promised to look them up and return the list to me. I gave him my cell phone number but he has not called. In order for me to take the photo it would be helpful if you would call them and tell them you are a family member and ask what section of the cemetery your loved one is buried in. With that information I can go out and take the photo. Once you have that information just reply to me with the section name and I will make your photo. Cemetery Phone: 281-332-3111
|Jim Platt||RE: Mattie & Thomas Gay|
You are very welcome. Their grave is only about 4 miles from my home. I was so disappointed that the green growth actually took the paint away from the marker,when I tried to scrub it away from the surface!
|George Macke||Photo Request Forest Park East|
Forest Park East in Webster Texas is a very large cemetery, as you can see from the more than 7,000 entries already recorded. Although actively maintained, the office has a time consuming manual process to find a grave location. If you can find the section number for the grave, it makes searching less time consuming. However, I recently spent 2.5 hours looking through section 206 for two graves with known plot numbers.
If you want to get a photo of the grave, please call or write the office to get a plot location. If they can provide any additional guidance about how to find the grave, that would be helpful also.
|Mike Daley||RE: Haywood Hair photo|
FYI, right next to Haywood's marker is a marker for JC Hair 1859-1936 and his wife Martha Hair 1857-1925. I went ahead and added them to the Mars Cemetery since they were not yet added. If you're interested check them out at:
If you're related, please advise and I'll transfer them to you.
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