|Beth.Bailey||RE: Pullen Family|
You are welcome for the picture(s),we are happy/glad we could do it for ya :-)
Have a great week-end,
~ Beth ~
Thank you for making the family links for me!
do you have any knowledge if James Tanner Barcus served in the Civil War and if so for what regiment did he fight?
|Kelly Pakes||Tabitha and Pamela Horton photo request|
Sorry about the two messages, I didn't realize at first that both photo requests were from you. I am unable to find a listing for Tabitha or Pamela Horton on the cemetery listing.
I will look, but the cemetery has been read by volunteers and stones listed, so my guess is fieldstone markers.
new photo volunteer
|Kelly Pakes||Pamela Horton photo request|
Hello! I am unable to find Tabitha Horton on the cemetery listing. Are you sure you have the right cemetery for her? If yes, by the date, my guess is she has a fieldstone marker.
new photo volunteer
|Khoward||RE: John Marley|
I also took photos of the other sides of the monument where other Marleys were listed. They were Micheal and Margaret and their son Micheal. If you would like these photos please let me know. Katherine
Added by Khoward on Jul 23, 2009 12:12 PM
|Richard K Thompson||Cambells at Evergreen Cemetery|
I located the Frank and Mary Jane Campbell headstone for you earlier tonight at Evergreen Cemetery here in Fairfield, Iowa and have posted their photos to their entries. Note: evidently they were originally interred in the formal mausoleum building. When it needed to be taken down several decades ago many of the coffins were re-interred in one row (2nd Addition). Headstones were made for each with information available in the records. That is why I took an additional view of the partial portion of the row in which Mary Jane and Frank are 'first' for a perspective view. Hope that this helps you out. All the best, Richard K Thompson.
|DP NJ||Bickell Graves - Arlington Memorial.|
There are no headstones on the thee Bickell graves in Arlington Memorial Cemetery in Kearny, NJ. I confirmed this with the office today.
Sorry I could not help.
Added by DP NJ on May 04, 2009 10:19 AM
|E O FRMN & T SELBY||John & Lucinda Martin|
Thank you so very much for the pictures of their headstones. I really appreciate it. What a shame about the condition of them. T Selby
|E O FRMN & T SELBY||James, Mary & Windsor Martin|
Thank you so very much for the pictures of their headstones. I really appreciate it. T Selby
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