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|Backwoodsman||RE: Thank You!|
You're more than welcome. Glad I could do it.
|Caroline Mohr||RE: Thank You!|
You are welcome! There are several grave markers around the Gambles that are totally unmarked anymore and I am sure that one of them is the other William that someone asked for. I'm in the Alex City/Goodwater area for a funeral and I'll go back to Liberty tomorrow on the way home and see if I can get a better photo.
|LJBC||RE: Fragments at Hopewell.|
I wanted people to know there were others besides the ones I could read.
Added by LJBC on Oct 25, 2014 4:03 PM
|Nancy Ann Norman||RE: Oh, and We're Cousins.|
My great grand mother was Grace Breed from Stonington. I have lots of Breeds in my database. And John Breed the first one that came to Stonington did NOT marry the Kirkland lady, his cousin did and they stayed in Boston area.
|Nancy Ann Norman||RE: Thank You!|
Was just going over what I had that was not there on Find A Grave. The photos were taken sometime in the 1920s by Fred Stewart Greene, a local photographer in North Stonington. His photos are housed in the North Stonington Historical Society and they are about to put a book out on all his photos and painting. I had them cull out the gravestones for me, but most of them were taken in an artsie way, not in a Find A Grave way.
Do you recall high close was the McAdam Cemetery to the Friendship CME church? According to the old directions, I figure it was on the east side, but I haven't found a path down to the markers from google earth.
Added by Calvin on Sep 22, 2014 6:47 AM
Hi, We couldn't get into the mausoleum at Oak Grove in Hillsboro, Illinois (it is kept locked) and there is no office, but we did find 3 other Linxwiler's that I made memorials for, another William, Laura and Mabel. Just thought they may be your ancestors also. Best Wishes, Connie and Wayne
|Jimmy||RE: Thank You!|
Don't worry about the name, I will answer to just about anything. Do not delete the photo request. There are some stones there that are really worn and not readable by my tired eyes. The marker may be one of those and someone else may be able to make it out. I hope someone can locate it for you.
Added by Jimmy on May 20, 2014 1:37 PM
|Helen McDonald||Elizabeth Waldron|
Hi: I notice that you have requested a photo of a headstone or marker for Elizabeth Waldron
Elizabeth is buried in the McDonald Cemetery in Sicly Island, Louisiana.
Are you related to her?
My husband and I visited the cemetery last year and there is no marker for her. I am trying to find out as much information as I can about each burial and document on Find A Grave.
Ebenezer T Waldron ( my husband's gggrandfather is buried along with his wife Mary Squyres Waldron.
Would love to hear from you.
Helen L. McDonald 47276060
|Laura||RE: Wallace at Manokin.|
I've been documenting cemeteries for years but this one confused me. The Manokin Presbyterian Church has a nice sized graveyard behind it. I photographed quite a bit of it, only to find out later that it was not all Manokin Presbyterian. According to locals, some part of the cemetery is used by St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. I didn't see any different signs or markings to differentiate between the two. There are large rusted chains along walkways dividing sections of the cemetery so I assumed that those were the dividing lines, however when I looked at who was buried in which cemetery, that does not seem to be the case. Maybe there have been mistakes made entering people on Find A Grave but it's going to take some more research to find out who is supposed to be where!
Added by Laura on Apr 15, 2014 5:16 AM
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