|Daniel Wyatt (#47241302)|
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I am retired and realized I knew very little about my family history. I started researching and got addicted. I found that Find a Grave was a great source for locating lost family members. I have posted many that are not immediate family and will gladly transfer to family members who can fill in or correct better than me. Much Data is just from stones and realize there can be many mistakes. Will make corrections and links when requested. I am no whis so patience is a virtue.|
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|Viola Mullen||Sardis Cem.|
Do you know if all the tombstones in Sadis Cem. have been put in find a grave?
Viola Mullen #47207493
Thank you very much for taking the photos of my great grandparents and other family members. It is greatly appreciated.
|JAP||James Minor Eden|
Thanks so very much, Danny, for the great photo and all the others from the Eden's chapel cemetery. They are priceless to me! Fleming county has a rich historical past and I'm so glad such an excellent photographer is "on duty" to capture it before any is lost for the future!
Added by JAP on Nov 14, 2013 12:43 PM
|Sherry Rahlmann||RE: Rev Oshea Harmon|
Thank you so much for posting the correct picture. Can you tell me where Wedonia Cemetery is located? I understand it is close to Maysville, Ky.
|Researcher||Ross in Eden's Chapel Cem.|
Hello, these Rosses are my direct family and I have lots of information on them. Please transfer management so that I can add that information. Thanks!
|Bonnie James||Elsie Carpenter James|
Thank you so much for the photo of Elsie James' headstone. She was my husbands great grandmother. From one volunteer to another, you are appreciated!!!
|Ron Shrack||Jacob Eden|
Thank you for posring the picture of Jacob's burial headstone on his findagrave memorial page.
I saw you were researching the poor farm cemetery in plummers landing. My great-grandmother, Susan Reed is supposedly buried there. Apparently, she died while living on the poor farm in 1957. Do you know if there is still access to the farm cemtery and if so, do you know how to find out where she is actually buried? Thanks for all the help that you can give.
Added by mk71234 on Oct 16, 2013 10:12 AM
Well then, we are related.
Thank you again. I had not ran across the Hartley Cemetery,so this a delite in being able to find the resting place of family members.
My Paternal grandmother was Myrtle Hurst:Nov 1883-10 Jan 1955. She was the daughter of Joseph A"Joe" Hurst 1866-1939 and Mary E Bare/Bear 1875-1929. Myrtle married Rodgers Palmer of Bath County,Kentucky. One of their sons,Lucien Owen Palmer 1929-1993 was my father. Myrtle and Rodgers are buried in Longview/Bethel Cemetery,Bethel,Bath County,KY but I could not locate their graves. Bethel and Longview were seperate cemeteries and then were combined. I am afraid they are lost. I do have source of Myrtle's obituary stating that she was to be buried at Bethel.
Again Thank You
Sandy Palmer Munn
Thank you so much for finding him. He is my 3rd G G Uncle. Son of James Hurst 1774-1834 and Phoebe Gardner 1785-1860?
Sandra Palmer Munn
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