|Kathleen Bennett||Benjamin F. Denton 1798-1864|
Benjamin F.Denton IS buried at Flippin, Ark.
I have a picture of his tombstone. He is buried
at the top of the hill by a very old tree. It is
about 5ft tall by 2 ft wide and 4 inches thick, with kinda of rounded top. If you go in at the front of the cemetery it would be clear at the back. His wife, Sarah might be buried to his left, as there seemed to be a place for her, but no tombstone was found. My greatuncle Earl Denton
lived in Flippin most of his life, and he did not know it was there. (Earl is buried at Gassville.)
I did not find the tombstone until after Earl had died.
|Judy Stansbery||Benjamin Denton|
There is no record of Benjamin Denton in the Flippin Cemetery,Flippin AR. There is also no record of him on 'arkansasgravestones.org' website.
I wish I had better news for you.
|Becky Buie||RE: Photo|
at the Chota memorial in Monroe County Tennessee
|Andrena's Daughter||San Juan Baptista Cemetery|
By the way, I asked FindAGrave to please make some changes to this cemetery section. The name was spelled wrong; the picture of the gate was no longer the same gate. I asked if they would please add the street names, city, county and state so others can find it too.
|Andrena's Daughter||San Juan Bautista Cemetery|
FYI: Per the photo request at San Juan Baptista Cemetery. I drove around looking for it too. Asked a lot of people (no one knew of it). I asked a lady at the Veteran's home & she knew of it but told me it was near a church (which led me back to the New Hope Cemetery).
She said it was close to the Golf Course (a road before, after or thru it). My grandsons were ready to give up when I said, let's take the road before it (Victory Lane) & we saw the San Juan Baptista sign on the road directly across from the Veteran's sign!
I took 300 photos (the cemetery has been totally restored); mostly all white crosses (lot of them hard to read). I only saw one Montour (John L). I wonder if the L stands for Louis? I've added 93 photos so far. I will share this with the person who requested the photo also.
|Warren Dale Tervooren||RE: Cason, Henry|
Am I a Cason....?? not exactly... My great aunt was Emma Tervooren and married John T. Cason and they had ten children. I got to know most of them.. some pretty well. Their family nicknamed my father (Oren Tervooren) "Jason" .... meaning he was almost a Cason.. He apparnetly ran around with them a lot when he was young. Oddly I named my second son Jason without knowing it had been my father's nickname by the Cason family. Charles (Charlie) Tervooren was my Grandfather and Emma's brother. Rocky Creek Cemetary was once part of the Cason ranch which contained many sections. Part of that ranch is now under Lake Brownwood.
|Kim Millett||RE: New Here|
She is my 4th ggrandmother so I do not wish to transfer these memorials. It seems we're family to some degree.
|Valerie McCullough||Adelia Murray|
Thank you so much for the photo. I appreciate it.
THANK YOU FOR THE PHOTO! I REALLY APPRECIATE IT!
|Tracy Ice||RE: Poteet & Swope|
You are very welcome. I lived in Sunnymead (Warner Ranch) for 8 yrs and went to MVHS. From 79 to 87
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