|Larry Bloom||James Headley|
Thank you so much for the Photo. Your time and efforts are truly appreciated.
|Gibbens/Gaeta||Montraville & Eliza Todd photos|
|Hank Cox (inactive)||RE: Whites in Lexington Cemetery|
I have transferred the Whites to your care.
|Terry Hughes||RE: Terry photos|
I'd love to get a copy of your photos. Please e-mail to email@example.com.
|Terry Hughes||Mary Terry|
Yea! You were able to find them both!
Any chance you were able to read the "fine print" on Mary's stone?
Thanks, again. Breaks my hearth that the stones have fallen over and broken but I guess that isn't uncommon in some of the smaller/older cemeteries.
Thanks, again. Maybe I can come visit them some day soon!
|Terry Hughes||Enoch Terry photo|
Thank you so much for getting a picture of my ggg grandfather's grave. It doesn't sound like an easy place to find. You're the best!
|owenjulia||RE: Theo Thompson|
I'm not related so I transferred him to you so you can add family stuff to his page...
|LuannG||RE: Baber Cemetary|
I took the photos of the headstones in Baber Cemetery. I was there a few weeks ago to visit my gg-grandfather's grave and while there I took photos of all the stones I could find.
It's a shame that the cemetery has been left to the cattle, but the current owner of the land doesn't have the time to tend the cemetery and has no family in it. I think the reason it isn't overgrown anymore is because the cattle come into the cemetery and trample and eat the weeds. Unfortunately they have also knocked over nearly every stone.
I am planning to revisit the cemetery soon because we are going to set a proper headstone for my gg-grandfather, who currently is marked with a fieldstone. We have chosen a monument that we think won't be easy to overturn - similar to the one for Richard Thompson.
Added by LuannG on May 04, 2010 5:29 AM