|Ann Everal Callis Swanson (#47298115)|
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|Nancy Marks||RE: George Prather|
You're very welcome. Sorry I couldn't do more...
|Cathy Miller Giddeon||RE: Emma Neal Emrick|
Your very welcome, glad to help :o)
|Geraldine Barnett||Callie Stark Newkirk Gosnell|
Thanks so much for the information. It has been added and I have sent a request for Launcie to be linked to his parents. Related? would you like her transferred to your care? Let me know, enjoy this beautiful Sunday. geraldine
|Janice Lapp||Heskets @ Oakridge Cemetery|
I just filled your request for Margaret Hesket @ Oakridge Cemetery in Coshocton, Ohio. And, I took photos all of the stones that were in the Family Plot while I was there. I made Memorials for all the ones that didn't already have any made for them. Would you like for me to Transfer all of them to you ????
|CMR||RE: Abia Hamblin|
Finding the location buried can also be worthwhile.
Added by CMR on Nov 30, 2014 7:31 PM
|at||Callis, Earl and Eliz.|
I added the locations but the website indicates they are not marked.
Added by at on Sep 07, 2013 8:36 AM
|David Noveske||Fork Episcopal Church Cemetery|
Follow-up... This church's cemetery has implemented a major restoration project in recent years. Today it is one of the best maintained cemeteries in the Doswell, VA area. There are several civil war era private delineated burial areas that clearly have more interments than markers. One such 20'x30' area in the front of the church has only one marker today. In the Ann Callis private walled burial area (15'x60') adjoining rear of wall of the church, there appear to be about 6-8 grave 3'x6' depressions in excess of 6". All existing markers in this area are very prominent society or military folks of the civil war era. Several of the markers there have been professionally restored to the extent possible. I am sure if the church had documentation or other grave materials they would place it or a substitute marker on the grave as they have done in other places in the cemetery. Today there are high society people from all over VA who are seeking to be buried in this cemetery because of it status and care. Just an FYI.
Pumphouse, Row 1, space 43.
website does not indicate a marker.
Added by at on Apr 12, 2013 5:41 PM
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Abi and Heman Munson|
You're very welcome, glad to be of help.
|Beth.Bailey||RE: Orian and Lawrence Hamblin|
You are welcome...glad we could do it for you.Wishing you & yours a Happy Thanksgiving,
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