Do by chance know where he might be located at as the cemeteries database does not list anyone by that name. Thanks
Added by CRob on Jan 24, 2013 11:06 AM
|Paul Havemann||Julia E. Boyd - wife of Charles T Wallace|
If you examine carefully the two sides of the monument I uploaded, you will find that the wife of Charles is named as "Julia E" on her side, and "Julia F" on her son Winfield's side.
However, the actual headstone is engraved "Julia E. Boyd." It is sort of visible in the photo of her husband.
I found quite a few grave stones for Beach famly at Presbyterian Church cemetery. Beach is somehow connected to Winans family. I also left message for them. Please contact me so that I can send you the photos.
|KEN DOTY BROWN||COMPTON|
I POSTED THE PICTURES YOU REQUESTED. THE GRAVES WERE IN A COMPTON FAMILY PLOT WITH AT LEAST FOUR OTHER COMPTONS. I POSTED PICTURES OF ALL THEIR HEADSTONES.
HAVE A GOOD NIGHT.
|KEN DOTY BROWN||BLANCHARD|
I WALKED THRU SECTION M AND COULD NOT FIND A HEADSTONE FOR JOHN AND ELEANOR. THEY ARE BURIED IN PLOT 21.
THE PICTURE IS OF SECTION M.
HAVE A GOOD NIGHT.
|KEN DOTY BROWN||JOHN JACKSON|
I POSTED PICTURES FOR JOHN JACKSON. THERE ARE 2 PICTURES, ONE FOR THE MAIN STONE AND ONE FOR THE INSCRIPTION ON THE MAIN STONE.
DR. JOHN W JACKSON
BORN JUNE 3 1820
DIED MAY 3 1896
"THE BELOVED PHYSICIAN"
ARE YOU RELATED TO THE JACKSONS ?
HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU.
|Barbara Schaffer||Enoch and Elizabeth Beach|
Hi ~ I only remember the Revolutionary War marker for Enoch Beach at the Presbyterian Church Cemetery. There are two broken gravestones next to Hannah Youngs Beach, perhaps one is his.
I have not been able to locate the grave of Hannah Beach d. 1857 but will take another look next time I am there. Barbara S.
|Dave Peck||Hannah Peer 1826-1897|
I think this Hannah Peer's parents lived earlier than the ones you mentioned. It could be coincidence that the middle names of the ones you mention are Walter and Isabelle.
Thanks for the observation,