|grave plotter||RE: Reginald Mundy|
you are very welcome - i will tranfer the memorial to you -- so that family will be re- united
Yes this summer I visited Inkerman (small town) blink and you will have missed it -- some of my ancestors lived there as well. This memorial looked so interesting so I photographed it -- and you certainly can use the memorial photos for ancestry --or any other site -- I really feel that these great men need to be honored .. They are who have made our countries free and these men all have a great story to tell . If you have a photo of private Mundy -- please do put it on the memorial -- that would be cool
|Sue Petres||RE: David Mott|
You may use the photos any way you wish. If you use them in anything published for profit, I do request that I be given photo credit. I appreciate you asking.
|Charla Springer||Allan Sparkes, photo request|
I was in the St Johns Cemetery yesterday and looked for the following graves to do your photo request. Since I couldn't find them, I checked in my Berkeley County Cemetery book & found them as being buried in the Friendship Methodist Church Cemetery in Cross, with photos of their markers.
Saint John's Baptist Churchyard (incorrect burial place)
South Carolina, USA
Friendship Methodist Church Cemetery (correct burial place)
South Carolina, USA
|Patricia Cronin||Pleasant Hill Cemetery, McKenzie, Alabama|
Good afternoon, Steve. Thank you for the photo of the tombstone of James Henry Piggott. Much appreciate it. Pat Cronin
|Sharon Lavash Hawkins||RE: Augustus Riley|
You're welcome...glad I could do it :-)
Sharon Lavash Hawkins
|Marcia||Malcuit Farm Burying Ground|
Hi Steve: Do you have any idea where this burial ground is located in Sharon? I have searched for it and could not find it once before!!
Added by Marcia on Oct 23, 2012 9:31 PM
|Van Bender||RE: Emma Pursell|
Hi Steve - Glad I could help. I've made myself a note to check on David's grave. I believe he is buried in a different section in the cemetery.
|Elizabeth White||RE: Crabtree picture|
You are very welcome. There was another Crabtree next to him that I will upload later.
|Gail Metzger||Isaac Myers|
I searched Union Cemetery today (while helping my mom on maintenance on family plot). The only Myers I found at all was Rufus Myers, husband of Cornelia Forbes. That cemetery does tend to have burials in family plots without notation. Oddly, the Myers stone appears to be in extraordinary condition or perhaps a stone placed in the past few years, even though the date of death was 1892.
I did take photos so if you want me to pass those along, I will do so.
|Paul G. Healy||Ann and Michael Anderson from St. Joseph Cemetery|
Welcome to Find a grave! You can repay me for these photos by filling a photo request for someone else. It is how I got started, 250+ photos ago, and what makes Find A Grave work.
Glad I could help in your quest.
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