|April C||Nancy Warreen|
Thanks so much for taking the picture, I really appreciate it! :) Have a nice day
Added by April C on Aug 18, 2014 8:54 AM
|Judy Mayberry Belford||RE: Winnie Grace Rood|
Not sure yet of the relationship. Your photos are awesome! Thank you so much. Looks like an interesting cemetery to visit.
|Judith Mihok||5 photos of my relatives|
Thank you so much for the pictures of my relatives' headstones at the IOOF cemetery. It is so appreciated. Thank you for your time and effort.
|Richard Culler||Robert Culler|
Thank you for the wonderful photo!!!
|Liz Spragg||Photo Sarah Lancaster|
Thank you so very, very much for taking time to add this photo for me. I appreciate the time and effort it took to fulfill my request. THANK YOU!
|Patricia Gilliland Devoti||Dunner|
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE GREAT Hainline photos I was very pleased to receive them.
PATRICIA GILLILAND DEVOTI
|Carole Herndon Weimer||RE: Neale Dunn|
|Dawn Clay||RE: McKenzie'|
My email is Dawn_clay@hotmail.com
|Dawn Clay||RE: McKenzie'|
Interesting. Do you know what happened to OSA? And her child? It would be great to know! My dad was the son of John James Lewis. My dad died in 1994. Daddy's name was Donal Lewis, i am his only birth child, he adopted my three half siblings. I live in Alabama. My Uncle Roy Lewis is John and Mabel's only living child. He has dementia. My Uncle Charles Lewis passed away three years ago. My Aunt Sylvia Bernice passed away in 2001. My Uncle Vernon in the 90s. My uncle Paul died in the 80s. My Aunt Rosetta was murdered in the 50s. I was told her funeral was the last one in Emily's chapel church.
My great aunt Alma has three children alive. My dad's cousin Eunice live in Ironton and has a lot of family information,
|Pam Witherow||RE: Lemuel Small 73313852|
I have sent Lemuel to you. I am so glad you let me know about his burial location. There are some sources that give Oak Chapel Cemetery as burial location and from what you are telling me I think that my thoughts have been proven. I think when the say Oak Chapel Cemetery they mean Fort Donaldson--with the church being so close it was probably called Oak Chapel. Both descriptions of location are almost exact--you have probably come across that same scenario in your research. In the Olden days it was quite common for a cemetery to be called by more than one name--still happens "today" as those names have been passed down from "yesteryear." I thank you for letting me know what your Grandmother told you about the funeral and burial locations for Lemuel--it is those kind of "treasures" that are pretty rare.
Good luck with your research!
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