BUSH buried in Forrest Cemetery, Gadsden, AL. I saw where you have linked this wife to John, so I am transferring the memorial to you. I am no kin. ngl
Added by NGL on Oct 14, 2013 8:38 PM
|NGL||John Daniel Bush|
Photos made of double tombstone of John Daniel and Lillie M. Brown Bush. If that was his spouse you may want to link him to her memorial which was not on Find A Grave and I added today. Nancy
Added by NGL on Jan 18, 2013 5:14 PM
|C Wilson||RE: Fleming Family|
You're very welcome ...
I hope they were what you were looking for. That part of Willow Wild is kinda' confusing ...
Added by C Wilson on Dec 29, 2010 5:32 PM
|C Wilson||J P Fleming and Mrs J P Fleming ~ Willow Wild|
Regarding your photo requests at Willow Wild...
I beleve I have uncovered some discrepancies & duplication errors in the entries into the interment book list for Willow Wild Cemetery in Fannin County, Texas, as follows:
J P Fleming (no d/o/d) Blk A, Sec n/l, Lt n/l
... is the same as ...
J P Flemming (1857 - May 28, no year) ... and,
Mrs J P Fleming (no d/o/d)Blk A, Sec 149, Lt n/l
... is the same as ...
Elizabeth Flemming (1861 - 1911),Blk A,
Sec 155, Lt 2NE ... and, just for a location reference,
John W Fleming (1895 - 1914), Blk A, Sec n/l, Lt n/l ... is the same as ...
J W Flemming (1896 - 1914) Sec A, Blk 155,
This area of the cemetery is, itself, very confusing because the Blk grid in Section A of the cemetery plat essentially ends at Sec 150. Nevertheless, random burials continued around the unplatted, south side of the loop ... all the way around to Sec G. Then, at some later point in time, some dedicated family plots were identified in Sec A, ie, Sec 157, Sec's 189, 190 & 191.
I have taken a wide angle photo of a portion of Sec A & ostensibly identified as Blk 155; and I will post that photo in satisfaction of your requests. There are four marked gravesites in the photo. First, there is a tall Woodman marker inscribed John W Fleming (1895 - 1914, whom I believe to be the son of Joseph P and Elizabeth Fleming (ref from US Census 1910); on one side of the Woodman marker is a small stone faintly inscribed, J P Fleming; on the opposite side of the Woodman marker is another small stone, clearly inscribed, Mrs J P Fleming; and there is also a fourth marker in the photo, a tall monument having nothing to do with the Fleming group ... EXCEPT the particular gravesite is shown in the interment list to also be in Sec A, Blk 155 ... same as the Woodman marker.
If, after you see the photos, you feel that you don't want them posted in those memorials, just say so; and I'll remove them. However, I have searched this part of Willow Wild pretty thoroughly. If these are not the markers for your loved ones, then there are no other markers
Added by C Wilson on Dec 22, 2010 1:48 PM
Thanks so much for adding your photo's to Union Primitive Church Cemetery. Great pics!
Added by Liz on Aug 28, 2010 9:02 AM