|Sandy Anfinson (#47192921)|
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I live nw of Purdy.Mo just down the road from the Stinnett cemetary and the Stones Prairie cemetery. We were the first ones to clean the Stinnett Cemetery in over 50 years. I enjoy walking thru cemeteries and have found some fascinating headstones in my area. I'm not related to some of my memorials but thought they should be on here anyway. I am Always happy to get photos of any graves someone wants in my area in Barry or Lawrence County.. Sometimes I snap photos of a headstone just because I think it is unusual.|
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|Becky Pyland Davis||RE: Frank Pyeatt|
I saw the tombstone and thought when I saw it that someone had spent a lot of time making the tombstone for Mr. Pyeatt.
I am not kin to this family but please know I appreciate the trouble y'all went to, in seeing to it that Mr. Pyeatt DID have a marker.
|Judson Rhoads||Pyeatt in Fort Collins|
I went out to the cemetery today and confirmed that the Pyeatt graves are both unmarked. They are in the same row, but are separated by one grave. Most of the graves in that section were paid for by Larimer County.
|Judson Rhoads||RE: jake pyeatt|
I'm not related. I just documented the burial. If you would like the memorial transferred, I'd be happy to do that.
|J. KEVIN CONRAD||RE: Bessie Pyeatt|
No it is a bought marker. It was nearly buried when I found it. Almost did not see it.
|Bettye Sue||RE: James and Mary Pyeatt|
I am unsure whether I resonded to your email. It was such a joy visiting that very beautiful cemetery in the Huachuca Mountains. My daughter went with me. There was snow on the ground with green grass peaking through the melted area. A very peaceful place. This cemetery is in a National Park. I enjoy visiting Cemeteries, especially in such a beautiful place. I live on the other side of the mountains, about 50 miles away. We probably never would have visited the area except for your request. Both of us are so glad you gave us the opportunity. Thanks again for the chance to visit a beautiful cemetery in the mountains, on the side of a hill. What a view. A very serene setting. We stayed there about an hour looking at all the graves.
|Terry||THANKS!|Added by Terry on Jan 02, 2013 5:04 AM
|Terry||Abraham S Piatt|
Please link Abaraham S Piatt #50170753 with:
His wife: Mary P. Piatt #50170801
His father: Jacob Piatt #64920061
His mother: Hannah Piatt #64918471
It would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Terry on Sep 25, 2012 5:51 AM
|Dee Ann Donham Wooldridge Barton||RE: A>J> Henderson cemetary|
I found out a while ago about the condition of the cemetery. I'm going to cancel all of the photo requests for that cemetery. I don't want anyone hurt.
I do appreciate your trying to do this for me. I also found out that some researchers in 1999 took photos as best they could, so I have contacted one of them to see if they could upload what they had.
I also added memorials to that cemetery using the data I found on rootsweb.
Again, thank you, and I apologize for sending you on a wild goose chase into snake country.
|Susie & Rod Smith||RE: Linda Mars|
Linda Mars (No dates listed). Name taken from "Cemeteries & Burial Sites of Randolph County Arkansas by Margaret A. Barnhart)published in 1988.
|Amy (inactive)||Wormington pictures|
Thanks so much for fulfilling my photo requests!
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