|Bob Collins||Mullallys in Green-Wood|
I'll be glad to photograph the Mullaly lot, but only Francis has a memorial page. Please create pages for the following MULLALLY individuals in the same burial lot: (dates are burial dates)
MULLALLY: Marjorie Blanche D and Baby, both on 1/31/1918; Elizabeth K, 8/18/1899; Elizabeth K, 3/22/1963; Katherine H B, 11/21/1934; Mandeville, 10/29/1957; Mandeville Jr, 11/22/1976; Thornwell, 5/17/1943; and William Thomas, 11/26/1957.
|Stones In The South||RE: Catherine Billings|
Hi Ann ~ you are very welcome and I agree this is a beautiful cemetery ...
Greetings, You have a photo request for Frances Clinch. She is not listed in the Sparta Cemetery book and the cemetery is over 9 acres. Not being listed in the book indicates she is in an unmarked grave. Do you happen to have a lot number for her? Otherwise, I'm afraid this request will go unanswered. Sorry. Jim
|RickC||RE: Brent family|
You are very welcome. Glad to do it.
Added by RickC on Jul 05, 2015 6:32 PM
|Roxanne (White) Lucas||RE: Mary Walker|
|DebraLee||RE: Roswell Baker|
You're welcome... it was my pleasure!
Added by DebraLee on Jun 14, 2015 2:48 PM
|Ames1008||RE: Susan Hatcher|
You are welcome. There is a duplicate out there as a non-cemetery burial - #91756242. Linda
Added by Ames1008 on May 24, 2015 9:00 AM
|Swangirl||RE: Catherine Baker Simpson|
Glad to be of help. I wanted to let you know that she has two other people buried beside her. I believe they are her son and his wife (Carolus Adams Simpson Jr. and Nanon Simpson). I looked it up on Ancestry.
I'd be happy to post the pictures I took of their graves if you want to go ahead and create memorials for them.
Carolus Adams Simpson Jr. 1885-1924
Nanon Mott Simpson 1894-1971
Added by Swangirl on Apr 29, 2015 5:56 AM
|Margaret Gilmore||RE: Mary Dalhgren|
I was recently at Routh Cemetery and photographed all the stones - I didn't notice any Dahlgrens. (I haven't posted all those photos yet but I'll look again tonight). There is one corner with many broken stones...
I have many photographs of Mary Malvina Routh Dahlgren's grave at Natchez City Cemetery with General Charles Dahlgren at her side - and the rest of the large raised fenced plot is empty.
also, thanks for the book title, it is one we've enjoyed - got it at an antique store in Vicksburg.
|Pat Millican||RE: Henry Varnedoe|
You are very welcome. When I noticed there were no dates on his marker, I checked all around the big monument to make sure there was not another marker with more info on it. I wanted to make sure one had not been covered over with grass. I have found several that I had to dig out before taking a photo in this cemetery. Unfortunately, there wasn't.
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