Sorry to hear that. I'll make sure the ones you sent to me go to good homes, then. I hope you aren't quitting because of the bullies. I wish you good luck!
Added by Merf on Mar 17, 2015 3:31 PM
I've received a couple of transfers from you that I have no connection to whatsoever, and one that's in the cemetery I work on. I'll keep that, but the other two I'd rather not have since I don't know anything at all about them or the location. I see you are transferring a lot. Are you quitting findagrave?
Added by Merf on Mar 17, 2015 3:24 PM
|Bruce Mayhall Rastrelli||RE: Elizabeth Frances Raburn Clement|
Yes, I'm the same guy...always happy to hear more information -- I'm guessing that William Washington Clement and Martha Laird/Lord? are among the unmarked graves at Lower Hackleburg - That location is very close to where WW lived before the War, and Peter lived closer to Bear Creek, Phil Campbell and other locations after he returned to AL...
I'd be glad to have any information you might give.
|Bruce Mayhall Rastrelli||Elizabeth Frances Raburn Clement|
Peter Richard Clement is also my 2nd Great Grandfather. I did not know that Molly was buried in Hackleburg -- assumed she was in Memphis.
Do you know if some of the unmarked graves near Peter are those of his parents.
|Ken Dillon||RE: Benjamin Clement|
Carroll, Thanks so much for responding so quickly. I will follow up on your suggestions. Thanks again.
|Ken Dillon||Benjamin Clement|
I see you have a Benjamin Clement in you Find A Grave site. This Benjamin is my wife's 7th Great Grandfather. I was wondering if there are tombstones or markers where both Benjamin and his wife are buried. If so, would it be possible to have some pictures taken of them?
|joyce Osborne||Benjamin Clement|
Sorry, I am no kin to Benjamin Clement and have no information on him except what is posted . If you find he is a relative and want a transfer, I will be glad to do that.
|Thomas R McKee||Booker Cem (18) Photo Request - Amelia, VA|
Carroll - do you have more detailed location information?
I drove out to Amelia this afternoon and looked for the cemetery at 11441 with no luck. The address is currently a Bed & Breakfast - Winterham Plantation, est 1848. I will contact them to see if they know the location.
Next door at 11440 is the Winterham Farm which is now Watkins Nurseries property. The original Watkins Nursery near Midlothian was taken over a number of years ago by a highway 288 loop and exchange project. I talked with an old black gentleman at the Nursery barn. He said he has worked on the farm for 25 years and has never seen any hunt of a family cemetery. He said the original plantation had slave and tenant houses behind the big house but they were all leveled by a German fellow who came over years ago, bought all the property and levels all of the outbuildings. He said that fellow was an architect and he designed and built all of the present barns and farm buildings. He referred me to a Mr Little who lives further down the road across the creek. I will try to go back on the weekend and look further.
Tom McKee (Chesterfield Historical Society member)
Link happily made. Thanks for the info. Fay
|Lyle Fulton||RE: Photos for Carroll Grossman's Family|
Very glad that I could do these photos for you. The graves were easy to find, thanks to you for identifying the cemetery sections. Had you not done that, I probably would not have taken the time to find them because the cemetery is so very large. And thank you so very much for placing a flower with my beloved Elaine. She rests not very far from your relatives.
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