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Kenn Evans, II
Emma French Desert View Cemetery
Thansk for putting Emma on Findagrave. When the city reset her headstone they moved the top of the marker to the north one grave. Her base stone is in the correct location. Wanted to share this with you for reference.
Added by Kenn Evans, II on Oct 15, 2014 10:33 AM
Georgann Hunter
RE: Jeff Hill
Please send me your email address.

Added by Georgann Hunter on Sep 29, 2013 6:11 AM
stevie hughes
Mary Hardin Harmon, Kidwell Cemetery Greene Co, TN
Hello, I am researching Kidwell Cemetery in Greene County, TN. It is very unlikely Mary Hardin Harmon is buried in Kidwell cemetery in the northern part of Greene Co, TN.

Mary and her husband, Isaac Harmon, and their family in 1850 lived in the far western part of the County near Wattenbarger Gap. Kidwell Cem is about 4 miles due north of Town.

By 1860, Isaac and his 2nd wife are living in Elk Horn, McDonald Co, MO. Based on the place of birth of the children in their household Isaac (and possibly Mary?) were in MO by 1855.

stevie hughes, Pres, Greene Co Gen Soc
Added by stevie hughes on Feb 09, 2012 12:13 PM
Is this you?
Does this "J. Sullivan" tag belong to you, Hal? It's Candy here. Please leave me a message on my profile so I'll now if this is you!
Regards to you!
Added by Candy on Jul 29, 2011 7:19 AM
RE: Paul Spur vs Paul's Quarry
What a kid! ! Thank you so much!
Added by Candy on Jul 14, 2011 4:52 PM
Kenn Evans, II
Please Transfer to me
Hello and thank you for your contributions to this wonderful web , I would like to request the transfer of Ma (Dr.) Emma Lee French to me. Thanks Kenn
Added by Kenn Evans, II on Jun 19, 2011 7:00 PM
Paul Spur vs Paul's Quarry

Have you visited the cemetery at Douglas, Arizona that is called "Paul Spur?" The "spur" refers to a railroad offshoot (spur) that was built to service the lime quarry that was owned by Mr. Alfred Paul hence the name "Paul Spur" and "Paul's Quarry." The two cemeteries entered as "Paul Spur" and "Paul's Quarry" are one and the same so we have a duplicate cemetery entry, me thinks! And Forrest, Arizona was about 3 miles or so more west about where Cochise Community College is today on Hwy 80. The siding area at what was later to be called Paul Spur was originally called Forrest. The Forrest Ranch was there and the Forrest School. The U.S. Post Office at Forrest, Arizona was established May 8, 1914 and discontinued November 15, 1917.

There exists, already, the Paul Spur Cemetery that you created and which physically exists and is located off Paul Spur Road in Douglas which has an access road off Hwy. 80. Paul Spur Road parallels Hwy 80 and the Mexican border and is not a good area to traverse w/o a number of people or a Border Patrol escort. I have chosen not to go to survey the cemetry because of the constant threat of illegal persons traveling the area. The burials at Paul Spur Cemetery represent the mostly Mexican laborers and their families who worked at the quarry and who could not afford embalming or funeral home handling. The deceased were prepared for burial and buried by their families. There are very, very few markers as a consequence because the wooden crosses which were used originally have sadly long since disappeared. We have only the death certificate notations that indicate "Paul Spur" or "Paul's Quarry" as the place of removal.

For more information on the area I would refer you to:
The Cochise County Historical Journal,
VOL. 28, No. 2 Fall/Winter 1998/1999
which you may be able to locate at your local library or, to order Quarterlies or Journals, you can send the number of the publication with a check or money order to:

Cochise County Historical Society
P O Box 818
Douglas, AZ 85608-0818
Phone 520-364-5226

All Quarterlies or Journals that are mailed are $10.00, postage and handling included.

Please note that some of the Quarterlies are "OUT OF PRINT" and no longer available. However, they can make a copy and that would be $10.00 including postage and handling.

If you already know all this, please excuse my intrusion but there needs to be but one cemetery.
So, might you be willing to move your 2 entries to the Paul Spur Cemetery which you also created so future generations will not be confused by the duplicate entry with different names? Or, have you another suggestion to remedy the duplication?

Let me know. I will be entering families in the cemetery and especially those whose families live here still in the Sulphur Springs Valley of Arizona.

Best regards,

Candy Young-Mayo
Cochise, Arizona

Added by Candy on Jun 04, 2011 6:20 PM
Enrique Robles
Same thing as Dora Robles. He is a relative. Please transfer memorial #41689402 to my care. Thank you, the family appreciates it.
Added by Susan on May 02, 2011 4:50 PM
Dora Robles
Please transfer memorial #41690180 Dora Robles to my care so that I may add her Arizona Death Certificate. She is a member of our family. Please feel free to check our family website: to verify our relationship.
Thank you.
Added by Susan on May 02, 2011 4:35 PM
Memorial Transfer
Please transfer memorial #41693276 Narciso Medrano Robles to my care. He is a member of our family. I would like to add him to our virtual cemetery.

Thank you,
Susan Long

Added by Susan on Feb 18, 2011 10:06 PM
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