|John Rodgers (#46930294)|
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I believe William Hollis is buried in the Brawleys Fork Cemetery.
Find A Grave Memorial# 54064233
Added by Pat on Dec 24, 2014 9:34 PM
|Wayne Anderson||William Hollis|
I received your request for a photo of William's marker. After researching the other requests for the 'Woodbury' cemetery I have found that most if not all the internments listed for that cemetery are actually in 'Riverside' cemetery in Cannon County TN. I recently looked at all 700 some odd markers in 'Riverside' and found 34 of the 48 total listed in 'Woodbury' are in 'Riverside'. I searched for William, but did not see him. I have a few new requests for "Riverside', so I will look again. There are several markers in the older section that are unreadable, some missing, and some large markers toppled on their faces, so hopefully I simply overlooked him. I have addressed the error of location to the editors of find-a-grave.
|Winnette||Photo for William Clark|
Many thanks for the photo for the memorial page of SMSGT William Clark. You are most kind and it is appreciated.
Added by Winnette on Jan 17, 2010 2:40 PM
|Judy (Nestell) McAllister||Hazel and Clarence Penn|
John, thank you so much for taking and posting the pictures of the graves. I have a story to tell you about them. I was born to parents who could not (for medical reasons) take care of me. When I was born my name was Hazel Marie Margaret. I was named after Hazel Penn who was my father's sister. I was put up for adoption and my name was changed after I was adopted. Back in 1997 I sent for my birth certificate under my birth name and I recieved it. I found out who my birth parents were and also found out they were both deceased. I started tracing my family tree and found Aunt Hazel (who was also deceased.) I located one of her children (a first cousin of mine) and she told me I had been named after Aunt Hazel. She told me that both my father and Aunt Hazel went to their graves wondering what had become of me. I now have pictures of my father, Aunt Hazel and Uncle Clarence and their graves. As a side note, I went to see my father's grave up in Plymouth, Michigan. It was raining like cats and dogs that afternoon. The lady at the cemetery told me where my father was buried. I walked up and down the entire cemetery section looking for his grave marker but could not find one. I went back to the office and the lady told me he must not have had a marker so I purchased one for him. I just put a picture of his grave marker on Find A Grave. His name was Kenneth Alger Nestell.
Again, thank you so much for taking the pictures for me.
|Star Rhodes||George R Talbot|
Thank you so much for photographing the headstone of my beloved cousin George R. Talbot
|Robin McDaniel||Dick Brown|
Thank you very much for getting this photo for me.. and also taking the time to send me the extra photos.. I appreciate your generousity and so does Dick's wife... my cousin...
|Pennsylvania Lady||Oscar Cowart|
Thanks for the great photo. I truly appreciate all your efforts. The picture was clear and sharp and all the details could be read.
Thanks ever so much, Pam
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