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Barbara Bartlett (#47322324)
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James Archer
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AJF
RE: James R and Maude Weaver
You are welcome. I don't live far from that cemetery, so it was very easy to get photo once I found the marker. Sorry the photo is a little dark, but dusk had set in and the headstone was in shadow from nearby shrubbery. (Such a lovely place, as you know.) Re: the memorial page and all the information included, those thanks belong to 4losthistory (#46983562), the creator of the memorial. I just took the photos. (-: All best. -ajf
Added by AJF on Sep 03, 2014 10:47 AM
Vonna
RE: Benjamin E. Burwell
Barbara, call this number and ask them if they can look him up. They are in charge of Cross Creek Cemeteries #1 through #5. That covers a LOT of people! I would start in 1 and work my way to #3. That is what I would do... If you find him, let me know and I will see if I can get the picture, if you would like. Thanks! Vonna
Cemetery office is 1-800-255-8217
Added by Vonna on Jul 02, 2012 10:54 AM
Carol Kraemer
RE: Margaret Elizabeth Burnett Bartlett Clontz
I do believe that Elizabeth Burnett Barlett Clontz was also buried in the old Riceville (Stroup) church cemetery. From everything I have seen, that is where she had to have been buried. I also think "they" were members of the German speaking little church. Somewhere I found that there were as many as 30 people who attended church there. I have looked, in vain, to find that list.
Added by Carol Kraemer on May 17, 2012 2:21 PM
James Archer
RE: James Bartlett 1809-1849
Barbara, I did not enter James Bartlett. His memorial is listed by a different member.
Added by James Archer on Nov 08, 2011 5:17 AM
James Archer
RE: James Bartlett 1809-1849
When I was at Riceville Presbyterian Cemetery in 2009, I took photos of all legible stones I could find. As I recall, there were several places where stones most likely would have been. That leaves open the possibility that your family may be there. I have no other information I can offer.
Added by James Archer on Nov 07, 2011 6:34 PM
 

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