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Dedra Boggs (#47001230)
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Frances K
Davis
Dedra I have not forgot you pic. It has been raining cat and dog here,As soon as it has stop's I will get it and post it. Frances
Added by Frances K on Jan 10, 2013 12:13 PM
Frances K
RE: Re: Clarence Davis - Slade Cemetery
Added by Frances K on Jan 08, 2013 12:43 PM
Frances K
RE: Re: Clarence Davis - Slade Cemetery
Dedra Yes I will be glad and check.But don't think the one I have is very good.I will be gald to go and make another pic. I may take me a day or to.My daughter went to work today an I have to get my grand son's of bus and watch them till Terri get home.I don't liveto far from the cemtery,so will go and take a another pic..And Thank you.I in joy doing the pic's and adding themto fing-a-grave.Frances
Added by Frances K on Jan 07, 2013 10:34 PM
Richard Parker
james hall
Debra,

James Wesley Hall's memorial on Find A Grave has a photo of his tombstone. The tombstone appears to be a replacment for the original marker. I don't believe the tombstone style is a 1946 style.

Richard
Added by Richard Parker on Jun 01, 2012 6:24 AM
Richard Parker
James W. Hall
Dedra,

The 1936 is in error. It should be 1946.

Sorry about that.

I'll take a look for the tombstone today but I don't hold out hope that a broken tombstone in 1998/199 is still there.

I do know that he is not buried in the west section of the cemetery. I walked that section early in the week. The east section is far the bigger part of the cemetery and most of the older graves are located there.



Richard
Added by Richard Parker on Jun 01, 2012 6:01 AM
Richard Parker
Baby Hall
Dedra,

I could not find a listing in the cemetery book for a baby Hall. I did find this listing for an Hall that did died in 1946 and could be the one you are searching for.

James Wesley Hall - infant - died: September 18, 1936 - son of thomas and Gertyrude (Stewart) Hall - small broken stone.

This listing was recorded in 1998 and since the marker was broken, it may be gone now. However, I will try see if it still exist. But I wouldn't count on it. If it was broken ten years ago, by now the pieces probably have been carted off.


Richard

Added by Richard Parker on May 31, 2012 2:30 PM
dhintx
RE: Much Appreciation
When I first found the Findagrave website aobut 3 years ago I discovered my long-lost uncle who had left wife, kids, family and Indiana back in 1947 to go off with his new lady friend "Tex". So when I put in Uncle Edwin's name to do a search not only did his record pop up but there was a photo of his tombstone.

Ever since then, I have been a big supporter of Find A Grave. I'm trying to give back because I found Uncle Edwin, was able to "bury" my great-grandmother in the Spangler cemetery when I never could physically find the cemetery all those many years ago when my sister and I drove all over Dearborn County roads near Dillsboro trying to find it.

So I'm happy to help others and was just glad I finally found a good place for all the many notebooks of cemetery recordings that my sister and I did back in the early 60s.

Happy Hunting
Donna
Added by dhintx on May 26, 2012 9:03 AM
dhintx
RE: Rosana Cornett
additions made as suggested - sorry I seldom look at flowers so didn't see your suggestions.

Added by dhintx on May 23, 2012 6:39 PM
Judy Young
RE: Gertrude B (Lyman) Meyer
You are welcome, it was a nice day to be out and about, a breeze that was blowing most of the time.
As for transfer, she is your relative and I always think family takes the best care of family. Hazelwood Cemetery has been a place I have been going to in order to send my family off since a little girl. I have a lot of family there, and I will someday be there too. The big thing that happens to me when I go out there, I see my own stone, with my name on it...some never see that site. The absolute easiest funeral arrangements that I ever made was that of my own...did not shed a tear nor terribly distraught, and could even joke. Now I say to every one those people that say you can't take it with you when you go never paid for thier own funeral. The cemetery will be my last physical address for my physcial body and I want to know my neighbors. I am constantly in contact with great people and great stories about the folks there. I have some horror stories that go with some, as there are some there that has murdered and some there that have been murdered, so it goes with all neighbors, you share the good and the bad times. Thanks again. I know you will take good care of your great great gram.
Added by Judy Young on May 05, 2012 10:09 PM
BamaChick
RE: Myrtle G Rayborn
Unfortunately when I took the pics of Myrtle's headstone and the one adjoining it, I took them separately and not one of the entire headstone. They were adjoining, however. I did some research on ancestry.com after your message and found Preston's obit and he was married to Billie but for some reason buried next to her mother with an adjoining headstone. That is confusing. I changed Myrtle's name back to Rayborn on her memorial. I assumed since they had an adjoining stone that they were married but now I am not so sure.
Thanks for your input on this.
Added by BamaChick on May 18, 2011 6:18 PM
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