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Cadmus is the combined efforts of the Stone family in Pulaski County, Kentucky. Our hopes are that our listings will help others to find family and friends no matter how distant. |
We feel this site can be a great aid in copping with grief after the loss of a loved one. The majority of the memorials we have added are of people unknown to us. These were added with the greatest respect.
Researching our family history/genealogy and playing with our pugs and chickens has become an enjoyable pastime for us.
If you would like to contribute information to someone's biography or if we have made a mistake in our information to any of the interments we have listed, please don't hesitate in contacting us. If you would like a transfer of a memorial of someone that is not related to us, please be nice there is no need to be rude or unfriendly.
If you are adding memorials to Find A Grave please add all the information you can to the listings, remember this is a tribute in memory to someones life not just another number on your way to being a top contributor.
We would like to thank our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ for blessing us with the ability to help those who have gone before us because we know that we only live as long as we are remembered.
Thank you to everyone who has left flowers, tokens and kind words for our loved ones. If you have time we would appreciate your visiting these memorials that are In need of Flowers.
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I have always thought a memorial on Find A Grave should be managed by those who knew the person and not just those who were related. I found very little information about her in the brief search I made other than a possible name for her husband which I have now added. Since your family knew her I will transfer management of her memorial to you and you will be able to add more information about her if you choose to do so.
Added by Raymond on May 23, 2013 5:18 AM
|Ronda Johnson||RE: Elmer,|
He died in Norma Tenn around early 1920's. The family story is he worked for the lumber mill in Norma and he was robbing a train when he was shot. He was alive when taken home, my great aunt remembered him being carried in the house. She was a small child and was told her daddy died from pneumonia. This is what was told for years. I was given a tape recently after the death of my aunt and it had my grandmother talking about Elmer while visiting the grave of his son Essie in Hatfield Cemetery in Norma Tenn. Grandma stated Elmer was buried beside Essie when he died. I have been to Hatfield Cemetery to place a marker and flowers on Essies grave. I have ordered a headstone for him as there is nothing there besides a rock in the ground. Any help would be so appreciated. I want to find Elmer, I feel the need to finalize it for Elmer and my grandpa. Grandpa knew the truth, according to my grandma and I know he loved his daddy and I know he is helping me to complete this for them and he is smiling down on me. Thanks
|Melissa Martin||Grave Correction|
I added the information for Delbert Spears for you. Would you happen to know his birth date?
|Rhonda (stephens)Cole||Uncle John Roeger|
Thank you so very much for all the hard work you all do!!!WHAT A GREAT JOB!!!! May I please have John Roeger put on my list. AGAIN THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU ALL DO!!
Hello , 'Thank you for stoppin by to flower my dearest uncle Manuel's grave . That was kind of you .
My wife's parents are both from Pulaski County, Ky., the Keno area. Her mother is now 92 yrs old and lives here in Indiana where we live. Mom has one brother still living in Somerset out of a family of 9 children. We try to get down to see him each year.
I want to thank you for the wonderful memorials your have created. I also am a contributor on F.A.G. and I appreciate your heart in adding biographies, obits, or any information you can find in the memorials you create. I also reseach genealogy and actually have created several memorials for my wife's family, surnames of Morrow, Casada, Brancum, Nevels, Tucker.
Your heart to serve comes through clearly and the respect you show is obvious within the memorials. Knowing Jesus makes all the difference doesn't it? Again, thank you!
Greg (aka PSnort on F.A.G.)
Added by PSnort on Mar 31, 2013 10:07 PM
|Wayne King||Kingtown Cemetery|
Good morning. I thought you would want to know that Kingtown Cemetery is in McCreary Co., KY, not Scott Co., TN. I have been there numerous times as I have relatives buried there. Also, there is a KY listing for this cemetery that already has 215 interments recorded. Consequently, the Scott Co listing is a much smaller and incorrect duplicate.
|Ronald Combs||Sarah, James & Winfred|
Thank you so much for linking Sarah Elizabeth & James Perry Prather to their son Winfred!
|D. Singleton Shell||Singleton|
The transfer was nice of you, we're all descended from the same guy, in Lincoln Co. 1785.
|Denny Roach||RE: Walter Kenneth Bradley|
Thank you for updating Walter's memorial and for the offering to transfer. Yes, I would very much like the transfer of his memorial. Will sned a formal request to you.
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