|David Kennedy||Frint family|
I Believe there was a cemetery reading done at one time but I do know of any records for the cemetery. I take pictures and list that way so a lot of times I find markers that was never recorded in a cemetery reading.
I did check though and I do believe this is who you are looking for as all of the Frint Family is buried in Elizabethtown cemetery.
You were right about the death year - it is 1883. If you would like his and his wife's Find A Grave memorials transferred to you - let me know. I am not related to them.
Added by Bonita on Aug 06, 2013 7:13 AM
|rhondajo||RE: John Baker|
Or he was a little bit hump-backed?
The sign on the top of the memorial is a Southern Cross of Honor, which, after 1898 was put on all new Confederate stones as directed by the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Added by rhondajo on Jun 03, 2013 9:51 PM
No have no ideas.... LOL :)
Added by rhondajo on Jun 02, 2013 11:25 PM
|Andrea Moffatt||RE: Clarence Boydstun|
You are very welcome! Glad I could help you out!
|kathy morehouse||RE: Florence Lake|
|Jane||Keesling photos in Beech Grove, Muncie, IN|
You are so welcome! I really did have cabin fever--we had 50 degree weather on Sunday, after having had a snow storm on Wednesday, so there was still some snow and lots of mud. But it was fun!
Take care and let me know if I have any memorials I can transfer to your care!
Added by Jane on Mar 11, 2013 4:37 PM
|NLColes||RE: Jesse Williams Photo|
You are very welcome. Ethel a boy? Oh my...I bet he had a difficult life. Almost as bad as a boy named Sue :-)
No thanks on the snow. We are getting some as I write this but I think the 4-7 inches is going to turn out to be just a dusting.
Have a good evening.
Added by NLColes on Mar 05, 2013 5:57 PM
|Nancy Robinson||Margaret Williams Cottrell|
I put the Cottrell stone picture on fine a grave. My cousin's and I done the research for years on the cemetery and on the Cottrell family. We worked with the Madison County Cemetery Commissioner to get the Cottrell Cemetery restored. A lot of hard work was done by Bob Cottrell from Iowa. Descendants of the Cottrell family paid for the stone.
|Glenda Barry||RE: Isaac & Emiline Williams|
Okay, just let me know whenever you need edits or transfers, I'm always happy to try to help. Seems like I'm busier now that I'm retired than during my working years, mostly because of this site! Thanks for the kind comments, I appreciate you for your work also, have a nice weekend!
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