Lonnie H. Tomblin/Tumblin Hi, I was posting some photos, and noticed that Lonnie has two memorials at Green Hill, one as Tomblin and another as Tumblin. I posted the photo to both and will leave it to you to sort out which spelling he used. The stone says Tomblin.
CHC Hi! I see you have a photo request for Cedar Hill Cemetery in Suitland Maryland. I'm taking a trip there soon and I'm planning on trying to fulfill as many requests as I can. Since this cemetery is so large (about 80,000 graves) it would help to have the section and plots of the burials. I have spoken to Carmelita Walker from CHC. She said she can't give locations of these sites to me since I'm not related but she said if you call her at 301-568-5400 & tell her that you're a relative (or think you may be!) she can give it to you. She said there's no charge for this information. If you could get the info soon (by 9/6) that would be great! If you are no longer interested in fulfilling the request for whatever reason, just let me know too so I can cross it off my list. Thanks!
Smallwoods Am related to the Smallwoods via my Hudson/Maddox family and my Ashby family.Bayne Smallwood is my G.Grandmother Mary Maddox's bro.I have the pedigree on my Ashby bunch and Nimrod is a distant cousin. Hugs,D.
Family Names Hi Tracy, I am also related to the Ashbys,Smallwoods and George Washington is my 9th.cousin.My 4 th. Great grandfather is Halifax Ashby and Sarah Jane Hudson.Ashbys and Hudsons married into the same Smallwood family.Col. Joseph Smallwood is my 8 th. Great-grandfather..So, are you and I distant relatives?? Hugs,Dorothy
Charles E. Kincheloe Charles wife Narcissa (Stout) Kincheloe is buried at the Little Sandy Cemetery in Wilson Co., KS. I've put a photo of her gravestone on the Little Sandy Cem. page if you would please link them together. She is the only Kincheloe found there. But there is some other Stout's. I'm happy to have found some of her family. I always thought it sad that she is there alone and her stone was under the soil where no one would have found it. They are not my family, I just recorded the cemetery a few years back (2004). We almost missed her stone it's in the very far back corner of the cemetery. I believe it's probably one of the first burials there (but have no proof of that). Narcissa's stone was buried under the soil and the tree branches had completely grown over that area. The cemetery is now all cleaned up and very well taken care of. Most of the Little Sandy Cem. is now online here at Find a grave, but I have my recording & pictures of the cemetery online at www.williamsonfamilytree.com if you would like to look. Thx, Connie
Braden Ashby #14815840 Hi Tracy, I'ld love to help you out with connecting Mr Ashby's wife to him but the only ones that can do that is the one(s) that have control of the memorial page. You will find that on the lower, left hand side of the page. If it has been transfered from the one who set it up, to someone else to have control,it will also be there. For Braden you will need to contact Sabrina & Tim Benner. Wish I could help more. Enjoy Find A Grave!