|Emily Taylor||RE: Nathaniel Wells Cemetery|
Just to clarify, they are all listed in Find A Grave, regardless of whether they have a headstone? Or is there another list somewhere?
|Emily Taylor||Nathaniel Wells Cemetery|
Do you think there are any unlisted graves in there? Searching for an ancestor who died of yellow fever in 1868 and understand this was the "old yellow fever cemetery." Do you know how to contact the landowner?
|C E Davis||Sgt Lazarus Revees|
My Name is Cecil Davis, I also am a 5th Gen grandchild of Lazarus.
My sister (penny Davis Potts)has located all the grave locations in our line that are located in and around Lincoln Co.Our 4th gen. would be Thomas Andrew Revees married to Elizabeth Forgey.
Thomas had 6 brothers and sisters. They were from Lazarus second wife also named Elizabeth(unknown).
my info comes from a book titled A FAMILY AND GENEALOGY OF LAZARUS REEVES AND HIS DESCENDANTS. By Rev. Gregory S. Smith published 1979.If you would like to know more or know someone who does let me Know
|William Blount||Lottie Mae Johnston Parker|
Thanks for the update on Lottie. I have recorded this info, and the link has been made.
Linked to parents.
Added by Denise on Feb 26, 2013 12:57 PM
|William Blount||Lottie Parker|
Thanks for the information. I thought she was still living.
|William Blount||Lottie Mae Johnston|
Thanks for the beautiful photos. Your work is certainly appreciated. May the Lord Bless you
and your family as you continue to assist others with their family research.
|Nancy Brown||RE: Nathaniel Wells Cemetery|
That would be great. I think you can add them to the main page, if not, you can email them to me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for the excellent photos honoring Jewell and James Woodall.
Added by RobertS on Feb 10, 2013 3:49 PM
|Doug McBroom||Tombstone pictures|
Many thanks for posting the MAY family tombstones! Sure made my cold, snowy Virginia day enjoyable posting them all. Doug McBroom (a MAY genealogist)
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