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Rhonda Burgess Warren
Brown family
Did you know who was parents and grandparents of John J Brown,Nancy Younce's husband?
Added by Rhonda Burgess Warren on Jun 29, 2012 8:25 PM
Hallie Price Garner
Ely Cem-McPherson Farm FAG
Hi, I don't know if you were the one that listed the Ely Cem.-McPherson Farm in Find A Grave or not. If you were could you add (Robert F.) after Ely in the name, because in the Lee Co. Cemetery book it is listed as the Ely (Robert F.) Cemetery...and there are so many Ely cemeteries in Lee Co. that it would be helpful to list this the way it is in the book.

Also, if you can add this location description it might be helpful.
From Jonesville Courthouse, go west for 0.8 mile on US 58, turn left on SR 662 for 0.24 mi. Cemetery is located on left side of road under a grove of trees.
Added by Hallie Price Garner on Apr 29, 2011 8:05 PM
Heather UpChurch
Emma Jarnigan Cemetery

I live fairly close to Jarnigan Cemetery and my grandmother is there. I would be happy to get the photos you need. It is a pretty big cemetery, do you have any plot numbers or identifiers to help me find them? It's ok if you don't. If you would like photos of anything else in the area, just let me know. :)

Added by Heather UpChurch on Sep 20, 2008 1:44 PM
Smith/Smidt at Old Swedes in DE
I visited Old Swedes Church and did some looking for your requested names with the curator of 20 years. We visited the churchyard as well and he showed us where the stones for the names are/or would be. The original brick building was built on top of gravesites of many, the original markers, which were wooden crosses , no longer exist. He could not locate birth or marriage records, however on page B 22 of the "Index to Baptisms & Births in the 1700's in Old Swedes Church" we found some info maybe you would be interested in. I also have 2 photos I took of three markers known to the curator as "Smith" plots. Leave me a message as to how you want to get the info RE: Hans Jurgen(Georgen) & Maria, I look forward to helping if we can :)

Floyd & Patti
Added by Patti on Mar 12, 2008 2:02 PM

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