|shirley white (#47380856)|
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|Retired Home Health Care Supervisor of 29 years.I spend my days hunting arrowheads,pretty rocks, and new projects. Help husband on ranch, work cattle,repair fences, feed,shred pastures, and what ever else is needed. 3 Grandkids,1 in College, 1 Jr in HS, 1 in Jr. High. They live on ranch also. I spend lots of time on Ancestry.com and on find a grave.|
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|Cyndi Wiseman||RE: Thomas Barney Berry|
Please click on the 'Edit' tab on Thomas Berry's page to send me a message regarding his memorial.
|Cyndi Wiseman||RE: Thomas Barney Berry|
Please go to Thomas Berry's memorial and send me the same message you posted on my page. I need the link to his memorial and public messages don't include links.
Thanks for your help!
|Grave_Walker||RE: Photo request #127561843|
It was my pleasure. Glad I could help.
|Grave_Walker||Photo request #43116711|
I went out to the cemetery today and tried to found a headstone for Iva Rhea Holland #43116711. There was no headstone for her but was for her husband Frank H. Holland Jr. He also has a military headstone. I did find a small piece of a metal funeral home marker but that is all. I added a photo of the gravesite in her memorial.
|Grave_Walker||Photo request #127561843|
I went out to the cemetery today and found a FHM for Dorothy May Holland #127561843. The dates are all but gone but it could be 1931-1993. The FHM is in very bad condition. I am confident enough that I have changed her DOB to 1931. She is buried next to Jackie L. Holland in Section 31 of the cemetery. Hope this helps you.
|Robert Alan Carter "Dakender"||Solomon Daniel Cemetery|
Shirley, I went out and did some searching for this cemetery today. The instructions were all wrong, but I found it. I have sent in a request to have the correct directions and gps coords added to the page. I will add that info here for you too just in case it takes a month or so for them to add it. Pictures I have of the area are pending approval but should be up soon.
Cemetery notes and/or description:
From Ash Grove take State Road V north about 2 1/2 miles - turn right on
Farm Road 33 to Farm Road 44 - turn right and go just a little bit over 1
1/4 miles to a driveway on the right (If you pass the drive you will come
to an intersection with North Farm Road 43).
This is private property and there is no way to get to the cemetery without
going through the landowners back yard. We stopped and asked him if he
knew where the cemetery was and he then took us through the pasture
following the 4 wheel drive tracks to get back to where it is. From the
main road back to the cemetery is just right at 1/2 mile.
GPS Coords: 37.364375, -93.557563
The area is in VERY BAD shape. Landowner said it was like that when his
father bought the property many years ago and just never had the time to
keep it up. We found 4 or 5 stones that were not what I would call "Field
Rocks" that could have been head stones, and 3 or 4 that actually had
writing on them. They were all buried in the mud and cow droppings. As
you can see in the picture, they are all under a thorn tree and the cows
come up to visit.
Land owner talked about sometime this spring or summer, he is planning on removing the tree with all the thorns on it. Cows don't like it and it hangs over the fence onto his little road he drives on to get to the barn. He said he would contact me when he get's ready to take it down and I can come out and do some digging around.. He has hesitated about taking it down because he is afraid that when it falls it will make things worse for the graves. Will have to wait and see. But of the 3 names listed in the FindAGrave list, I did find 2 of them... The other thing is that the two without writing on them, one is not the same color as the stones with writing... one is more redish.. So in that thinking, since the one that didn't have writing on it and matched the other two that did, I would almost bet it's Solomon Daniel..... Not bad for looking for a needle in a haystack.
|chip||Brown - Old Union Cemetery|
Just wanted you to know that I have located the general location of John Brown's graves. One day soon I will take a photo for you. I use to have a friend named Shirley White. Do you think you might be related. Have a Blessed day! Chip
Added by chip on Jun 03, 2013 2:41 PM
|A Reed||RE: Dorothy Allen|
You are welcome. I enjoy doing it. I usually find it easier to photograph the whole headstone, particularly in a perpetual-care cemetery, because it is impossible to get a shot small enough to post and get the surname in as well. Anyway, I am glad I could help.
Added by A Reed on Feb 07, 2013 9:00 PM
|S. Reeves||E. A. Rains|
Thank you so much for this photo. It and your generous effort are very appreciated.
|Kate Welch Denney||Thornton Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the D C Edwards Tombstone, it is greatly appreciated. Kate
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