Unmarked Infant grave
near Samuel Edward Durden
Could you please tell me where exactly is this grave. My husband and I clean the Durden graves at Webb and we cannot locate. His great grandfather is Thomas Wade - dad to Samuel Edward
Thanks so much
|Winnette||Re: William C. Smith, Jr.|
I am not the manager of this memorial and have no idea which William C. Smith he is nor where he is located. At my age if it happened over 30 minutes ago, you forget where you were. :)
Please send me a link or a memorial number to help me remember this.
Thank you so much.
Added by Winnette on Mar 29, 2014 8:36 PM
|Beals||RE: Minnie Granger Brown|
Thanks a million for all you do to preserve the history of our loved ones.
Added by Beals on Jan 20, 2014 8:39 AM
|Pamela Meadows||thomas and abbie durden children|
thomas wade durden (71446405) and abigale "abbie" evelyn cannington (71445750)'s children that are buried at webb city cem are: samuel edward durden (71446104), eula durden webb (40419500), james patterson "pat" (71446006), thomas newton (71446317), charles william "charlie" (71445817)
|Lucas Naranjo||Ranew family?|
By any chance are you related to the Ranew family?
|TLadd||Mary Verna Hatton|
I wanted you to know that there was no tombstone on the gravesite for Mary Verna Hatton. I posted a picture of the tombstones for Mary Etta Hatton and Luther Coy Hatton. All three are buried in the same lot in Cedar Hill.
Added by TLadd on May 05, 2013 2:01 PM
|J Delity||RE: Infant Cutchin|
You are very welcome. Glad I was able to help. There were 6 requests at that cemetery and this was the only one I was able to find.
Added by J Delity on Apr 07, 2013 9:27 PM
Are you related to the Durden family?
|CryptoGrammy||RE: Glenn Bezemek|
Baby Glenn went into the Santa Barbara area of Mount Calvary, but MC has almost no records prior to mid-1930s when the cemetery was expanded...even the church records are not specific, only says (if anything at all) things like "buried near to," and that cannot be determined unless the "near to" person has a marker...even then, exactly where and which direction is never known. Many markers (mostly wooden) and records were lost to flooding, as were many bodies that were later enhumed in a mass grave in the hill in the SE corner of the cemetery.
Glenn was born 29JUN1903, and died 30JUN1903 and buried same in Santa Barbara; those details are on his death record, the cemetery has nothing on him.
This page has a listing of all "known" Santa Barbara area of Mount Calvary burials: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nma/bernalillo/besntabr.htm
|Janice Guy||Luther D Smith|
Could you please change the date of birth to match the headstone?
I would like to thank you for doing such a great job
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