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Tina Grimm (#46997127)
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RE: Paul Dreier
You're very welcome.
Added by NLColes on Jan 04, 2015 2:56 PM
Peter William Law
Good evening Tina

Lykes family cemetery goes by several names: Lykes family, Ayers, and Confederate cemetery.

I have been looking for this cemetery for a few months, upon finding it I was very disappointed. Lykes family cemetery is down a dirt road in the clearing of a wooded area. During my brief observation I only found 1 stone and several flag to which I am guessing mark graves. I felt very uncomfortable in my surroundings as people have used the area down the dirt road, and in the trails to dump garbage. Not to mention the stories I have heard from some of the local old timers.

I want to venture out there again but after looking at the following video on YOUTUBE I feel that it might be a lost cause. I am going to go by the May Stringer Museum as I know they had a couple of markers from a run down cemetery they were repairing, just not sure who or what cemetery.

I am sorry :(
Added by MARY HARTMAN on Dec 27, 2014 5:11 PM
Peter William Law
Good evening Tina,

This cemetery goes by several names Lykes Family, Ayres, and Confederate cemetery. I went out to Lykes Family Cemetery the other day and was very disappointed at what I saw. The cemetery was disheveled and I only found 1 stone. There were a lot of graves marked by a flags but no other stones. I am going to try to venture another trip there with my husband (as I felt very uncomfortable there). The cemetery is in a field in a semi wooded area. People use the dirt road and wooded paths as a dumping ground. Very sad situation. Here is a YOUTUBE link to an exploration of the cemetery if you would like to see. It is about 10 months old, so it is fairly recent. I am very sorry :(
Added by MARY HARTMAN on Dec 27, 2014 4:51 PM
Eric and Candy Wicker-Tilton
RE: Madison and Littleton Hurst
Who is other cousin on fb?
Added by Eric and Candy Wicker-Til... on Aug 07, 2014 8:19 PM
Eric and Candy Wicker-Tilton
RE: Madison and Littleton Hurst
Are you on Facebook? we are having a marker/Headstone dedication for Madison and Littleton In November and we would like to invite family members/ The invite is on FB. Please contact me.
Added by Eric and Candy Wicker-Til... on Aug 06, 2014 11:46 PM
Richard Euhus
Littleton Hurst
I saw your Jun. 14 post. Littleton Hurst was my 3rd Great Grandfather through Madison's sister, Marzellor Hurst Smith.
Added by Richard Euhus on Jul 14, 2014 6:41 PM
Marsha Richardson
Hi Tina, saw your note asking Eric and Candy about Littleton. Is this Littleton Hurst?
Added by Marsha Richardson on Jun 14, 2014 4:01 AM
Sue Flury
RE: Augustus David Wood
Augustus David Wood is his proper name. In speaking with people in the genealogy department at the Laurens County Library, I have been advised that the woman who ordered the military headstone for David Wood mistakenly had his name listed as David Charlie Wood. David Wood's first marriage was to Margaret Glover & upon her death, he married his second wife, Mary Ann Hester both from Laurens County, Georgia.
Added by Sue Flury on Jan 24, 2014 4:49 PM
Robert Taylor
RE: Samuel B. Law

I have a copy of Joseph E. Law Bible.
If you send me an address i will send you a copy

Added by Robert Taylor on Oct 27, 2013 8:03 AM
Donna Maines
RE: Elvira Pazo
You are very welcome. It was my pleasure. I do want to say that this part of the cemetery is not in very good shape. It even seems to be sinking just south of the Pazo grave. It's maintained by the City of Tampa, but the grass is very very high and the stones are not in good shape in Additions 2 and 4. Donna
Added by Donna Maines on Aug 15, 2013 9:13 AM
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