|Kimberly Parker (#46884229)|
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|Robbie Carnell Story||Lewis Cemetery|
Hi Kimberly, Would you link Gladys Parker (Lewis Cemetery Find A Grave#17371876) to her parents? Father: Fred Lee Parker (Lexington Cemetery Find A Grave#17371962), Mother: Cora Ella Petty Parker (Lexington Cemetery Find A Grave#17371958). This is per Dr. Charles E. Bolen's birth record book. Thank you.
|Lynette Groves||Bedford Glen Walker 102893404|
The head stone picture you added to Bedford Glen is actually his parents head stone picture. Would you please delete the picture and add it to his patents memorial Bedford Washington Walker # 58831314 and Lavernia Ann "Vernie" Wise # 58831240.
Thank you so much
I photographed the monument, but am not satisfied with the photos. I added one to the memorial, but will be going back out to take better ones. The monument was once topped by a tall, rounded obelisk, which has toppled and lies partially buried in front of the monument. A piece broken from the obelisk lies on top of the monument. You might note that he is buried with Margaret, but that Catherine was the mother of his children.
Added by HJ on Sep 22, 2013 5:10 PM
Thank you for responding! I would suspect that there were two people with that name and your source person has confused the two. Wouldn't be the first time that has happened. In fact, there are two people with that name buried in that cemetery, though the other died several years before the Civil War. Doubtful that a 70-year-old would have been fighting in a Civil War battle. In any case, I will be glad to try to locate the stone and photograph it for you within the next couple days.
Added by HJ on Sep 14, 2013 7:23 PM
I saw your photo request for JohnBaird, in UnionGrove Cemetery. Are you certain this is the man you seek? It seems unlikely that he died in a Civil War battle, since he was 70 years old at time of death, in 1862. Just wondering . . . I can still attempt to find the grave for a photo. Thanks!
Added by HJ on Sep 13, 2013 6:23 PM
|Mike B.||RE: Sgt. Robert William Parker|
Your very welcome. Our team shoots with the N-SSA we represent the 2nd Virginia Cavalry. The team has been representing the 2nd Va. sense 1962. I myself have been with the team for 10 years now. The 2nd Va. had some color full men and served very bravely in the Civil War. I have posted a few memorials to the men on find a grave.
Added by Mike B. on Jun 02, 2013 9:35 AM