|Kay Duncan (#47341885)|
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Owner of Brass Balls Pawn, 2128 S. Main Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27127. |
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|deegraver||Jesse Ben "Jack" Donavant|
He is buried at Forsyth Mem. Park. Same problem that I had at Salem Cem. I put in the photo request and some one said they cannot take photos there. Will you get it for me and anyone buried near him sometime? I sure would appreciate it! :O)
|deegraver||BELL family photos|
again, thank you so very much. Did you get any photos of the whole plot?
were the words you wrote on the caption actually on their tombstones?
|Helen Cobb Rehm||Find a Grave photo|
Kay, thank you so much for the photo I requested for Find a Grave. I love that website and work on it all the time.
Helen Cobb Rehm
thank you for the photos.... it is a beautiful cemetery.
|Bea & Van (Charlotte Cty His & Gen. Society of||Adams|
Thank you so much for the photos and for what you do! I've been to Salem Cemetery and I know how large it is.
|AngloFreek||Turner Photos at Salem Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the photos of William & Fannie Turner's markers at Salem Cemetery! I've been looking for them for a long time. Several years ago my sister and I found a photo of a William Turner in our grandmother's belongings. My sister thought him very handsome and wanted to find out who he was. Well, I later discovered that my grandmother's aunt Fannie married Mr. Turner, and when I found his death certificate it listed his burial place.
I'm very excited that you were able to find them. I earlier looked at an aerial view of Salem Cemetery on Google and thought, "Oh my! It's huge. No one will ever find them." Well, you did!
thanks so much for the great photos!