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Jauers (#47502318)
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PhD student in American history at the University of Nevada. Most of the memorials created or managed I am related to in some way.
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RE: Mary Corey Adams
You are welcome. If her husband was listed in the town record, I would have looked for his and double checked to see if she might have been added to the bottom of it and was missed. But looks like his memorial is a burial unknown.

Added by Patrick on Jun 29, 2015 5:36 PM
Highgate Cemetery - London UK
Hi there,

I saw you photo requests for Highgate cemetery in London and as I will be visiting London several times over the next few months I'd be quite happy to look for these graves. However without a plot or grave number it is impossible to find any graves at Highgate. Would it be possible for you to find out this information?

Kind regards,
Cambridge - UK
Added by JannaNL on Jun 21, 2015 2:34 PM
Henry Webber
Marion Downs
Just wanted to let you know that I have added the information you gave in Bio and gave you credit. Thanks so much, Henry
Added by Henry Webber on Jun 07, 2015 7:50 AM
RE: Melvin Pitman
Okay! Here's what I can tell you after my visit the historical society.

1. His name is not listed in any cemetery in Pulaski County.
2. If he is buried any where in Pulaki County including Science Hill Cemeyery specifically, then either he has no grave marker, an unreadable one, one that was simply a stone or one that like others was broken and over time slipped beneath the sod.
3. Their are a number of Pitman's buried in Pulaski County cemeteries, but none in Science Hill or those nearby.
4. It is possible he is buried in nearby Lincoln County a few short miles to the north. Casey county is also just a little further to the West. Both are in the realm of possibility, especially if his body was shipped by train.

Finding a near relative might help. Wish I could help more, but I will be moving out of state in a few weeks.
Added by chmpjf on May 27, 2015 6:22 PM
RE: Melvin Pitman
We'll see if he turns up in another cemetery. Who was he related to her in Pulaski County? He maybe buried in the same cemetery as grandparents or somebody he was related to. That has been the case before in these situations.
Added by chmpjf on May 25, 2015 5:25 PM
Melvin Pitman
Melvin's name is not on the cemeteries master list. I walked the two sections of the cemetery he would be buried in and did not see a grave marker for him. There are a number of unmarked and readable grave stones in this cemetery. Considering an unknown place of birth and his death is in Chatanooga, what evidence do you have that puts him in the Science Hill Cemetery. There was no FH here at that time. If he has a DC that says his place of burial is Science Hill, I have found that too refer to the train stop where the body came off. Science Hill has five cemeteries that are somewhat associated with it. I will check the cemetery books at the historical society. The books are the result of a county wide enumeration of all the known cemeteries in Pulaski County.
Added by chmpjf on May 25, 2015 4:17 PM
Kathy Holland, Gates to the Past Genealogy
RE: Perry Ernest Claypool, Jr
You're very welcome. I also added Louise Claypool's headstone photo. She's buried next to Perry, at Memorial# 137983526.
Added by Kathy Holland, Gates to t... on May 25, 2015 3:39 PM
RE: Philip Francis Claypool
You're very welcome.
Added by macso on May 25, 2015 3:22 PM
Steve Burton
RE: Thank You
You are very welcome. Best Wishes.
Added by Steve Burton on May 22, 2015 11:12 AM
RE: John Beck
You are welcome. There are quite a few very worn, illegible markers. Certainly, John Beck could be one of the them.

Best regards,
Devon Graf
Added by DevonG on May 12, 2015 10:14 PM
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