|TombstoneChavers||RE: Infant White|
You are very welcome. I saw where you declined the change to "sons". Was that a misprint on the stone? Was there only one child?
|Kimberly Akers Johnson||Update On William A. Kent|
Hello, Teresa I Found Out That Mr. David Donahue recorded Sardis Cemetery October 30, 1999 and checked and updated it April 11 and 13, 2004.
Kent, William A., Dec. 16, 1827-July 15, 1856 (broken) [read in 1999 but not found in 2004]
I Hope This helps You ... Many Blessings **Kimberly**
|Kimberly Akers Johnson||William Kent b. 1827, d. 1856|
Helllo Teresa, I Wanted To Tell You That I Have Been Searchng For 3 Days Looking For William. I spoke With One Of The Grounds Keepers Today. He Said He Doesnt Know Of Any Kent In The Cemmetary. He Said Given The Date That Theres A Good Possability That It Could One Of The Many Stones That Are Unreadable. There Is some Stones That Are Broken. I'm Sorry I Couldnt Provide You With A Picture. I Will Keep William On My List And Ask The Community Here If They Know Of Any Kent Relatives... Many Blessings **Kimberly**
Fannin County Texas cemeteries
They have their own website and are not copying to Findagrave; you may ask them to do that. Your photo requested might be found here.
Can you tell me anything else about Ms. McCormick? I visited Auburn and found a group of about 10-14 McCormicks near the back of the cemetery, on the left side as you enter and near the fence. I located no other McCormicks in any other spot. It is a very hard little cemetery to search. I am there frequently and plan to search again soon. Do you know her middle and maiden names? Several of these lades were married to the Sloss Family, and the plot is adjacent to Sloss'. It is a very old section, but contained some markers from the 1980's. I am confident that if a marker is there I will find it eventually.
Added by John on May 10, 2015 12:10 PM
|Brent Fallin||Proctor Cemetery (Durham)|
I cancelled out your photo requests for the graves at the Proctor Cemetery in Durham. When I did the initial canvassing I photographed all graves that were visible at the cemetery. The ones that are unphotographed are known to be there from family records or individuals finding the graves several decades ago, but cannot be found today (at least not easily). The cemetery is in the woods in an urban neighborhood which is not entirely safe. The entire gravesite is overgrown and covered in leaves, deadfall, trash, and misc. junk. It's also on private property sandwiched in between two parallel streets so the cemetery occupies a portion of the back yards of about a dozen different people, a large fraction elderly, so there is not like much to be done with it in the near future.
|D. L. Lee||RE: Mebane, Sloss, & Maude Johnson|
You are very welcome.
|Steve Burton||RE: C. W. Palmer & San Luis Obispo Cemetery|
You are very welcome and should receive the photo you asked for by tomorrow. Best Wishes.
|D. L. Lee||Mebane Johnson - date of birth|
This is in response to the note you had attached to your photo request. Melbane Johnson's certificate of death lists his date of birth as November 19, 1881, his marker as November 19, 1882, and his World War I Draft Card as November 19, 1882. The 1900 United States Federal Census of Logan County, Kentucky had November 1882 that was changed to 1883, with an age of 16. My gut feeling is 1882 :) D. L.
|Steve Burton||Photo for Charles Palmer|
I am a volunteer like you. The owner of this cemetery promises to call the police on any Find A Grave volunteer.
You can always request again, but I promise you that the photo(s) you seek can be easily and quickly and reliably procured another way.
There has been great success with the San Luis Obispo County Genealogical Society. They completed exhaustive photographing of headstones at San Luis Cemetery in the past 5 years, and they will share them with you.
You can email a request for a photo of the headstone(s) you are looking for, by doing the following, and they will respond promptly:
Address your email to
Put in the subject line
San Luis Cemetery Headstone photo
Give them the name and birth and death dates, or as much as you know.
Ask them to send a picture of the headstone, and tell them how you are related or what your interest is in this person.
They will appreciate that. This information may only be used in genealogical research.
They will email you within a day or two with an attached photo(s), if it exists.
I will ask that your request be removed (so others arenít discouraged), now that you have a very reliable and quick way to achieve your goal. If there is any problem, please let me know.
As a reference here is the website for the index for all the burials and headstones at San Luis Cemetery through 2010. http://www.slocgs.org/pdf-files/SLO-Cem-Location.pdf
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