I just found Joseph Jennings Smith
His memorial #38354928 does not have his spouse(s)
|Banana ana||RE: 31475560|
I too have a Henry Clay Sprowls 1833-1895
Son of William Sprowls #31475560 and Dorcas Towne#
31475588. Who were the parents of your Henry Clay? I couldn't find him or Mary Magdalena Stollar or Margaret Sprowls Smith in Find A Grave.
Thank you for the information.
Thank you for leaving Virtual flowers on William's Memorial and for his Obituary.
Are you related to the Sprowls family?
I am a relative of the Sprowls family. How did you find his obituary?
Thank you very much.
|Phyllis Sutton Hargreaves||RE: Mt.Olivet Cemetery Mixers|
You are welcome! I am so glad that I can help.
|Teresa Fordyce||RE: Sunset Memory Gardens|
|Franny ||Thomas Sinclair|
I saw your request for Thomas Sinclair's picture in Twin Valley Memorial Park. I have taken a lot of pictures but have not indexed them yet. Can you call and find out what section the person is in? Then I can search for them.
Added by Franny on Jun 04, 2014 6:52 AM
|Jamye Durfee||William Posey|
Hi! I called the Village of Breckenridge office to find out where he is buried. They told me B605. There is only a foundation for a marker there. But that foundation looks like it is not new. You might want to call to make sure that is where he is. If I was given wrong information, let me know and I can go back out. :) Jamye
|Phyllis Sutton Hargreaves||RE: Mt. Olivet Cemetery|
You are welcome for the Smith's grave marker photo. I am glad to be able to help!
|Ace||Reminder for William & Amelia Rector|
Can you please call the cemetery and obtain the grave location (Section & Lot numbers) and ask them whether or not there is a grave marker?
Forest Home Cemetery: 708-366-1900 or 773-287-0772
This cemetery will not assist photo volunteers with finding the grave's location and the Find A Grave FAQs (Help File) states it is the photo requestors job to provide this information.
Thank you! Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 11, 2013 6:40 AM
|Teresa Fordyce||RE: Pleasant Hill Deerwalk Cemetery|
The stone for Jesse says that he is the s/o H. and L. South. Died June 12, 1852. I couldn't make out the aged part, it is really worn. I realize that I made several mistakes in my transcription. It was one of the first ones that I did and hadn't yet discovered that if you use a wire brush and clean off the years of accumulated gunk it makes them more legible. I took another photo of Jesse's stone that is a little more close up. I also cleaned Lucinda's (wife of Samuel)and took another photo. I posted them on their memorials.
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