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|Arthur Brodie||RE: Hemphills|
Apologies, I'm getting caught up on Find A Grave items now.
(Great Aunt)-Salina was my grandfather's (Samuel Bell) sister. Regarding the children Of Samuel & Bertie, the child sitting on the stool is my mother. William & Martha are my great grandparents- Samuel's and Salina's parents.
Sounds like we are indeed related.
|Donna Sutiff||RE: Florence A. Sullivan Lott|
Hi, I know nothing about new tombstone. It is like you said the tombstone might have been gone, and someone replaced it with a new one. I have a Uncle that died at age 14, my Aunt bought a memorial and had it placed in the cemetery. Write or call the cemetery, and ask them if they know who place the memorial in the cemetery, they might know.
|Bill Warren||RE: Re: Susan Hulme|
I am pleased you liked the obituary. As I noted on the "photo", it came from The Daily Herald, Saturday, April 18, 1931.
There were two other newspapers in Weatherford at the time, The Weekly Herald, and The Weatherford Democrat. I did not look for the obituary in those, but typically, the obituaries were essentially the same in all the local newspapers.
|Bill Warren||Re: Susan Hulme|
I searched the cemetery today and could not find the stone. I have left it active should someone with eyes better than mine discover it.
I did, however, find her obituary and uploaded it. The obituary says Susan Hulme was buried in the Greenwood Community Cemetery, so I think it good reason to believe the stone, where ever it is, is that of your 3rd g-grandmother.
I get requests from that cemetery on occasion, and will look again another day.
|Bill Warren||Re: Hulme|
According to my cemetery book, there are no names or dates on the stone. However, I will see if I can locate and photograph it if you like.
|Bill Warren||Hulme Marker-Greenwood Community Cemetery|
My reference book of cemetery readings done in 1998 does list "Hulme" but with no dates or other information. I could see if I could find the stone, but do not know if it is the relative you seek. It is the only "Hulme" listed in Greenwood Community Cemetery. Please let me know if you would like for me to search for it.
There is another Henderson buried at Kelton, TX