|Becky Feaster (#47450413)|
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|I have been blessed by Genealogy Angels on this site..... who took photos for me.... and I just want to give back.|
My families are: Babbit, Campbell, Randles, Maxwell, Pettigrew, Dickson, Moseley, Wadley, Ellis, Greer, Mulkey, and many others.... mainly in Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas, having moved there from NY, GA, PA, SC, and KY.
I live just north of Houston, Texas, if I can be of any help, please let me know. Any pictures I have taken, feel free to use. Please do give me credit, though.... THANKS!
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|Angela Cozart McKnight||Dickson and Wilson|
There is no marker for Jane Dickson that I can find. I did take a picture of the Dickson plot and will upload that later today. On Afred Wilson, I am going to have to figure out where he is buried. Mount Comfort is a decent sized cemetery and I did not see the markers for different sections. I am going to try to find a plot map if I can.
|Ron Lairamore||Pettigrew Memorials|
I will transfer the Pettigrew Memorials I maintain if you like.
|Granville & Patricia Murphy||RE: Wadley gravestones|
Yes you may use the photos and no credit is necessary.
|GLW||RE: Robert Grier Stephens family|
Good Morning, describing the overall photo, the two headstones in complete shade are Left Dudley Walton Reynolds and right Allie Stephens Reynolds. At the top of photo left to right, Robert Grier Stephens MD, Lucy Evans Stephens, Stephens Large Marker, then Dudley Walton Reynolds Jr, and Emma Stephens Wilson. Emma Wilson is not listed in Resthaven, her info is DOB Dec 31, 1910 DOD Dec 3, 2008. If you would like to add her, I will post a photo. Hope this helps.
Added by GLW on Nov 06, 2013 6:37 AM
|Vance Harris||RE: W. M. Bloodworth|
You can use the one in my profile
Vance C. Harris
|Vance Harris||W. M. Bloodworth|
I saw that you manage the W. M. Bloodworth Memorial who is buried at Fincher Memorial Cemetery in Pike County. I contacted Gayle Harmon whom I am I have worked with before and who originally created the memorial. Gayle said you are related to Mr. Bloodworth.
I am not related to the Bloodworths but am looking for a photograph of William Morgan Bloodworth and his older brother James Madison Bloodworth. I am also looking for photographs of two other Bloodworth Men who I am sure are related, I am just not sure how.
The others are:
Jeremiah James Madison Bloodworth
Thomas W. Bloodworth
Thomas Hiram Pouncey Bloodworth.
They were all members of the Barnesville Blues Company D, 3rd Battalion Georgia Infantry and later Company B, 4th Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters. I am writing a book about this unit and would love to include photos of them in the book. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
|K. Quentin Bremmer||RE: the Lindstroms at St. Jude Cemetery|
The closest headstone in the plot photo is Eleanor Fichtner (this would be the southeast corner). Next to her is J. Porter Patton (east center), and furthest away on the near side (northeast corner) is Elnora Patton. Closest on the far side of the stone in the photo (southwest corner)is Leon Lindstrom, with Margaret Lindstrom next to him (west center). Furthest away (northwest) is Neva Patton. I have no idea what Fichtner Eleanor married. It isn't a very common name in the area. There are some in Hester Cemetery, and I think maybe there are some still living up in Lewis County.
Yes, you can use any of my FindaGrave photos. Thank you for asking.
|K. Quentin Bremmer||RE: Lindstrom plot?|
It is actually the Patton plot where the Lindstroms are interred. Elnora Patton, J. Porter Patton, and Neva Patton are the other three stones, and the large family plot marker has only the Patton surname on it.
I was having connection problems yesterday, so I have not gotten the other three headstone photos uploaded yet.
|Donna Hall||RE: Jacob Dietrich|
Of course! Just sorry I couldn't get a rubbing to let you know the full inscription. There's a Charles Deitrich in the same place. He died July 31,1841. Let me know if you want that picture too.
|Lori Kingsley||RE: Eugenia Greer Odom|
I am happy to help. Please feel free to utilize the photo to help memorialize your ancestor.
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