|t. stephens||Cecil Cash|
I am researching the Cash family and I am looking for the burial location of Cecil Hovis Cash, who was a half brother of your grandmother, Willie Griffin. I was wondering if you, by chance, know where he is buried. He lived in Wisconsin at the time of his death and I have not been able to find an obituary for him or his wife, Betty.
If you have any information about the Cashes I can add, I would appreciate it.
I also have access to your grandmother's obituary. If you would like to have it, I can send it to you. Just let me know.
James Kelly Mcmanus was my great grand father and I am trying to find out more information on him or the Mcmanus from Lancaster SC you can contact me at email@example.com thank you somuch
I got the location for the Keeter graves at Oaklawn from the City of Charlotte Cemetery Office. Logan and Ellen are location in Section 6, Lot 322. Logan in Grave #1 and Ellen in Grave #6. There are no markers in the Lot. I posted a photo of the Lot to his memorial page. Sorry I could not get a marker for you.
|Julious||RE: Mollie McManus Forbis Baker|
Mollie is my wife's step-grandmother. My wife's grandmother died and her grandfather remarried. Mollie was his second wife.
Added by Julious on Jun 15, 2012 3:01 PM
|Jane M. Howard||RE: J T Rogers|
I am not related at all. go to this cemetery dailyes with my dogs and while they run around I transcribe graves. The Rogers marker happened to be icn the section I'm working on now. It is big and right on the corner so it is easy to spot.
|Laurie Dickson||RE: Emsley Griffin|
do you know what cemetary in Marshville? I could had him to a different list! lol
|Brenda Clontz Hash||RE: John Kiker|
Yes, the date of death is 1924. I have posted the picture and it was taken at Clear Creek Baptist Church Cemetery in Mecklenburg County, NC. Thanks. Brenda
|Susan I. Grills||RE: Teague's|
No, not related. I have just been doing photos and memorials at Sharon Memorial Park. I dislike the memorials with just names and dates. I research for info to make them more personal, a real memorial to that person, and to link them to other relatives when possible. Yes, the Teagues are all pretty much together there, which makes it easier to establish the relationships. Also easier on the family to visit the whole family right there together.
|Ralph (BUCK) Buchanan||Faulkner Graves at Linville UMC|
I did Dixie Faulkner as requested and I went ahead and photographed and posted all the other Faulkner graves there. They are all in a row. I added Robert H. Faulkner. I could not find Infant Faulkner or Mildred Faulkner. There is a small square granite block (about 8 inches by 8 inches) with no name and plenty of space between some of the markers for an unmarked grave.
|Erin||Pearlie W Wilson|
I've added Pearlie's parents to her memorial, thank you for the update :)
Added by Erin on Jun 19, 2011 10:07 PM
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