|Phyllis Galloway||Jacob Andrew Graves dates|
I am wondering if you have sources for the dates that are posted from you. Unfortunately I don't have good ones for my dates of born:1 Jan 1783 Caswell, North Carolina and died: Feb 1838 Find A Grave Memorial #101368295.
Thank you for any help you can give me.
|Tim Heath||Jacob Graves|
Hello, I am a 4th Great g-son of William Graves, a bro. to Jacob.
I have walked that old cemetery some 25-30 years ago.
Please contact me. Thanks Tim Heath
Ms. Sue, I went to Harmony Cemetery this morning and walked the entire place. I only found 4 Sinquefield stones. Two were children which I posted for Delia. I could make out a D as middle initial and it being common practice to call a child by their middle name especially if someone else in the family uses the first name I posted that along with a sibling. There also is a Ben J. and Sadie D. in this plot of whom I would assume to be the parents. As they were fenced off from the rest I would feel that they are all family. I have the photos on file and will post them seperately if you wish. Let me know and I will act accordingly. You can e-mail me if you wish at email@example.com Larry
|Kathy Ward||RE: Sinquefields in Harmony Cemetery|
My sister and I went to this cemetery earlier in the summer and took photos of everything we could see. I am still trying to identify some of the stones we saw but I am not sure if I have a photo for your last request. It could possibly be a flat stone and this cemetery has many trees and there were many leaves on the ground when we were there. I will post if I have it.
|Margaret Webb||Sconyers, Obedience|
I went back and looked. I only found the two Sconyers listed in the cemetery. I'm sorry.
|Margaret Webb||James Sconyers stone|
I found James's stone. His is a Confederate marker with company he served with. I did not think to look for Obedience and will try again. There are no other Conyers in the cemetery unless she is.
|Mimosa||James Thomas Asbury Cartwright|
His memorial stone is happily attached to his memorial.
Enjoy the view.
Added by Mimosa on Apr 09, 2012 12:19 PM
|Red||RE: Annie Laurie Tate gravestone|
No problem...going to cemeteries has become a favorite pastime of my husband and I.
Added by Red on Mar 23, 2012 10:24 AM
|Mona Lentz Manning||Hello Sue|
I am working today. So much information is here. I am so thankful you took all this time to take pictures, etc.
Still too early for me to go over there.
As my understanding, I have to request each picture? This is quite alot of requests.lol.
I will request as I go and you answer when you can. Will this work for you? Let me know on Facebook. Thank you, Mona
You are so welcome. It brought me such joy to be able to find at least one of them for you. There are many stones in this cemetery that are just that stones and I am sure Sarah's is one of them. Nala
Added by Nala on Mar 04, 2011 8:35 AM
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