|Gretchen Frase Dignowity McAlexander (#47160596)|
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|Dale Schaefer||Charles Frase|
I'm afraid Mr. Frase has no marker. He is buried in Chapel Hill Public Lot #2, Sp 1654. There are several thousand folks buried in this lot, but only a few hundred gravestones. All known gravestones in this lot have been added to Find A Grave. I attache a photo of the section. If you do not want it please feel free to delete. it. Thanks.
|Denice Huerta||Eva Allen|
I went to Laurelland cemetery today. I had a wonderful funeral director look up ALL the listings for me. The only Eva Allen that came up was Eva Mae Goerte (maiden name = Allen)husband is listed as Carl W. Goerte. I found this grave and have the pictures for you if this is the correct person. Same dates for birth & death. Let me know & I will add them for you.
|Kim Beauchamp||M. M. Grantham b1826|
I believe that your death date and place for M. M. Grantham is not correct. The following documents show that he moved to Texas after his wife's death. He is remarried and living next to two of his sons in 1900 in Collin Co. TX. He also joins the Robert E. Lee Camp of Confederate veterans in Tarrant Co. TX in 1903. He died in 1910 in Ryan, Jefferson Co. OK and is buried there as his his son Thomas J. Grantham.
Terral Weekly Times [transcribed by Anita Emberlin]
March 17, 1910
M. M. GRANTHAN, familiarly known as Grandpa Grantham, died on Saturday, March 12 at the age of 85 years. Old age and general debility was the cause of death.
The decline in health began about 6 months ago shortly after Mr. Grantham came to visit his grandchildren.
Mr. Grantham was a member of the Methodist Church. He was also a member of the Masonic lodge under who auspices the funeral was conducted. He had been a member for 60 years.
Interment was in the Ryan Cemetery where the wife of the deceased is buried.
Mr. Grantham leaves three sons, one at Ryan and two at Milburn, Oklahoma and several grandchildren, many of whom live in Ryan.
The Terral Weekly Times
February 3, 1910
GRANDPA GRANTHAM is reported very ill with lagrippe this week.
Date: Monday, May 2, 1904
Paper: Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Fort Worth, TX)
Volume: XX Issue: 300 Page: 5
MEETING OF THE VETERANS
Resolutions on the Death of Geo. C. Ward--Memorial Day Discussed
Rev. I. Z. T. Morris, by invitation, offered prayer in the opening of Lee camp, United Confederate Veterans, yesterday afternoon.
The following members were admitted into the camp: J. A. McGregor, who was a private in company E, Fourth Georgia regiment, army of North Virginia; J. H. Spencer, company B, Morgan's battalion; M. M. Grantham, captain company B, Forty-third Georgia regiment and J. M. West, company G, Young's cavalry.
The committee designated to draft resolutions on the death of George C. Ward, reported as follows: Whereas, Time's reaper, whose scythe cuts down all, both great and small, has laid low the manly form of another of our trusted comrades, George C. Ward, who died April 22, 1904. We deem it most befittinhg that we pause for a moment, drop a tear in tribute to the memory of a departed hero.
George Ward was born in Yellowbusha county, Miss., October 1946. In December, 1863, he joined company H, Fifteenth Mississippi regiment, infantry. . . .
[source: GenealogyBank see "scrapbook" in this file for copy of article]
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Robert E. Lee Camp, United Confederate Veterans
Record Collection # S 1105.2
Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
Index compiled by Michael and Marilyn Patterson
Copyright 2005. All rights reserved.
Box 1, Folder 1 - Descriptive Lists and Letters of Affirmation, 1899-1909
Please note: These records are loose papers and are not in alphabetical order. In some instances there will be more than one paper per veteran, and they may not be in the file together. This list was made on February 28, 2005 by Mike and Marilyn Patterson of Colleyville, Texas.
. . . J. W. Gowin
M. M. Grantham
R. M. Graves
John P. Green
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Tarrant County TX GenWeb
The Robert E. Lee Camp #158 of
Confederate Veterans, Fort Worth, Texas
Compiled by Barbara Knox
The Camp was established in August 1890 in Fort Worth, and group met regularly on Sunday afternoons at the Tarrant County Courthouse. This information was abstracted from the original Descriptive Lists, with additional material added if available. Each veteran joining the camp completed a form showing his name, age date of enlistment and unit in which he served. Unfortunately, many felt that no one would be interested in their war service, and information given, in some cases, was extremely sparse. Those veterans signing the 1900 Roster gave only their names and the unit in which served. This information has been supplemented with other cited sources. The Camp was officially disbanded in 1934. SCH indicates member received the Southern Cross of Honor. All cemeteries mentioned are located in Fort Worth unless otherwise indicated. Additions/corrections will be appreciated.
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M. M. Grantham b. Habersham Co. Ga; enl Cherokee Co Ga; Capt of Co B 43rd Ga Regt, Barton's Brig; Battles: Perryville, Missionary Ridge, Chattonooga, Vicksburg.
W. R. Grantham b. Dec. 11, 1839 Wilcox Co. Ala enl Meridian, Miss 1862 Sgt Co F, 46th Miss Regt; bur. Oakwood.
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1900 CENSUS Collin Co. TX, 21June
293 GRANTHAM Thomas head wm Jan1852 48 m26yrs GA GA GA farmer
Corinna wife wf Nov1849 50 m26yrs 11ch/8living AL KY NC
Thomas O. son wm Aug1879 20 single AL GA AL at school
William A. son wm July1881 18 single AL GA AL farm labor
Jesse B. son wm Jan1885 15 single AL GA AL at school
Charles C. son wm Aug1886 13 single AL GA AL at school
Eugene O. son wm Nov1887 12 single AL GA AL at school
Clarence J. son wm Dec1889 10 single AL GA AL at school
Claude L. son wm Dec1892 7 single TX GA AL
William M. brother wm Aug1869 30 single AL GA GA bartender
295 GRANTHAM Monroe head wm Oct1826 73 m14yrs GA GA GA farm laborer
Laura O. wife wf Oct1848 51 m14yrs 0ch GA
1880 CENSUS Jackson Co. AL 3June
37 GRNTHAM T. J. wm28 farmer GA AL AL
Corrina J. wf29 wife keeping house AL
Walles wm4 son AL GA GA
Byron wm2 son AL GA GA
Coker wm9/12 July son
CLARK Bud bm11 servant at home AL
38 GRANTHAM M. M. wm52 married farm & Mercntl GA NC NC
Mary M. wf53 wife married keeping house NC NC NC
James B. wm18 son single farming GA GA NC
Robert L. wm13 son single workin on farm GA GA NC
Wm R. wm11 son workin on farm GA GA NC
1870 CENSUS Marshall Co. AL, Meltonsville P.O., 20Sep
GRANTHAM, Mathedos M. 47 [abt1823] mw farmer GA [transcribed fr original by KimB]
Mary 46 fw keeping house NC
Thomas J. 18 mw GA
Walter R. 17 mw GA [probably Wilton]
Mary A. 15 fw GA
Smith L. 12 mw GA
James R. 10 mw GA
Robert E. 4 mw GA
William M. 1 mw AL
|C Wilson||RE: John P Alexander ~ Oaklawn|
You're very welcome ..
However, as a caution, just because someone may have created a Find A Grave memorial doesn't mean that your loved one is at rest in a particular cemetery ... nor that there is a plot marker for them if they are at rest there.
Nevertheless, I wish you a good and successful search.
Added by C Wilson on Sep 25, 2011 10:21 AM
|C Wilson||John P Alexander ~ Oaklawn|
Dear Gretchen ...
No ... the John P Alexander @ Oaklawn is the son of John P McAlexander and Laura Ann (Greer) Alexander ... dob 8-13-1901 & dod 1-1-1937.
John Pennington Alexander (Laura's husband ... 1865-1911) apparently passed away before the family moved to Texas; and he reportedly lies at rest in the Red Banks Cemetery, Marshall Co, Mississippi (See Find A Grave #8311095) ...
James Miles McAleaxander (John Pennington's father ... 1827-1903)is reportedly at rest in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Marshall Co, Mississippi (See Find A Grave #46674524)
Good luck ...
Added by C Wilson on Sep 25, 2011 8:04 AM
|C Wilson||RE: Laura McAlexander ~ Oaklawn|
You're very welcome ... glad to do it.
BTW ... there is no plot marker for John Alexander (1865-1911) in that lot; and there is no such listing in the published transcription inventory. There is a military service marker for John P McAlexander; but it only has a dod on it.
Added by C Wilson on Sep 24, 2011 11:45 AM