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Jerri Conrad (#47015247)
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Bio Photo I feel it is very important to locate our ancestor's gravesites.
Photographing a headstone is one way of documenting our family.

I helped form the "Noble Family Association". We locate the graves of family members that need a new marker or perhaps only had a rock to mark where they are buried. So far we have done over 180 in Breathitt, Wolfe and Perry Counties in Kentucky.
{We leave the old marker in place and add a second marker in front of the old one}
This has been such a fulfilling program.
We have done this through donations and group fund raising programs.

If you find a mistake in my posting please email and I will change the information.

I will abide by the rules in transferring the memorials. However if the person is also related in my family line then I prefer to keep and maintain myself.

Good luck to all of you in finding your relatives and hopefully you may find a way to keep the stones in good condition or replace. It is so sad to see the condition of some of the markers.

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Miller Town Cemetery
The location for the cemetery in incorrect. Could you please change it on the map to these coordinates? Thank you

Lat 37.38794
Long -83.2543
Added by SWF on Mar 02, 2015 7:53 PM
William Joseph Miller Jr.
William is my great great grandfather. I have made a memorial for his son Lawson and so-on. My memorial or Lawson is Memorial# 46957716. Is there anyway we can connect them? I am so happy to have found more of my family's graves! Are you related?


Janice Miller
Added by Jan on Feb 05, 2015 3:09 PM
Z. DeWitt
Thank you very much!
Added by Barnard/Hinderlider on Jan 23, 2015 6:28 PM
Pearlie Miller
Would you be a relation to Pearlie Miller or her husband Robin Miller buried in the Mudlick Cemetery.
Added by Cindy on Sep 04, 2014 7:36 PM
Linda Hilz
Transfer of Grave
Hi Jerri, Could you transfer my Aunt Alice and Uncle Frank Bosler to me. Alice's Find A Grave Memorial# 39342452. I would like to add them to their parents and siblings listed on here. If you related, then maybe you could make the adjustments. Thank you. Linda Hilz Owen.
Added by Linda Hilz on Jun 06, 2014 12:59 PM
Deborah Sigrist
Mary Kilburn
Thank you so much for kindly taking the lovely photo of Mary's monument.
Added by Deborah Sigrist on May 11, 2014 4:46 PM
RE: Campbell-Grigsby Cemetery Perry Co
I don't know when the Campbell-Grigsby Cemetery was created but I just looked at the memorials you created in the cemetery and they were all done on January 2, 2014. My memorials were created last year in 2013 after I visited the cemetery and took pictures of the readable markers. There are only two Campbells buried in this cemetery. The majority are Grigsbys, Smiths and Napiers. There are three cemeteries in this same area. You may have a couple of people that I don't have. V.G. Combs owns this land and he called it the Grigsby-Smith Cemetery.
Added by SWF on May 09, 2014 7:10 PM
Campbell-Grigsby Cemetery Perry Co
This cemetery is a duplication of the one that I created in 2013 under the name of Grigsby-Smith. This cemetery began as the family cemetery of the Sam Grigsby family. I went to this cemetery and took pictures of the graves. It is very old. According to the local residents, the cemetery is known to them as the Grigsby-Smith or Smith-Napier Cemetery. The person I was talking with owns the land there. Could you please remove the duplications? Thank you so much, Sandra
Added by SWF on May 09, 2014 9:11 AM
Rhonda Fraley Burnett
Elbert & Susie Tharp

Thanks so much for the photo! Appreciate it.
Thanks for volunteering!!

Rhonda Fraley Burnett
Added by Rhonda Fraley Burnett on Mar 07, 2014 12:18 PM
Christopher Cody Reeves
RE: William Neace
Thank you from the entrie Neace Family.
Added by Christopher Cody Reeves on Mar 06, 2014 6:30 PM
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