|Dale Schaefer||Ira Robinson Jr|
This is an interesting,but difficult plot to photograph. In 1860 ten or so Robinson family members were dis-interred from the Morris-Butler Cemetery in Downtown Memphis and moved to Elmwood. The burial records all date from the second burial date. Unfortunately none of the 4 intact stones can be clearly read due to wear and dirt. I am sure the taller obelesk is for a Virginia and Mary Robinson, but can not read the inscriptions clearly. One stone is broken. Interestingly enough, this plot is two plots away from was 'could' have been the Jefferson Davis family plot. The Davis's lived in Memphis after the War and a plot was purchased by their daughter and her husand Addison Hayes. In this plot were buried a grandchild of Jefferson Davis and Jefferson Davis's oldest son, J.David, Jr. In the late 19th century Mrs. Davis had all of the pre-deceased family dis-interred and moved to Richmond VA.
You are very welcome.
Added by SRGF on May 15, 2014 6:21 PM
|Bronx Aquarian||RE: Headstone|
Found Mary Judith Billing death cert at the Archives today.#3593Bronx
Death on 14 July 1908 @ 3 am
age: 71yrs, 2 months, 20 days
POD: 59 Clinton Place, Bronx (private house)
20 years in NYC
Secondary cause: cardiac asthema
Burial: 16 July 1908 Woodlawn
Father: Nicholas Kerus
Mother: Elizabeth Robinson
|Bronx Aquarian||RE: Hollis-Billing/Judge|
Done. I also have the following photos:
Morgan J. goldsmith
Helene J. Goldsmith
Winifred C. Judge
Mary Hollis Goldsmith
Eugene Warner Stockwell
Victor H. Stockwell
When you want them, just ask.
|Bronx Aquarian||RE: Death Cert Info|
I have just taken pictures of the other footstones surrounding the large monument at Woodlawn. I loaded 2 more onto the Hollis-Billings page and then it told me there is a 5 picture limit. If you would like the others, I can mail them to you.
|t. stephens||Hurst photos|
Thank you very much for taking the time to get the photos. I appreciate it!
I meant to say "If only I didn't live in Missouri . . . "
|Lynette Miller||Mary/Glenn/Grady Maynor Photos|
Thank you for the wonderful photos. I am so happy that my research is confirmed with an actual gravestone at the designated cemetery. Every so often I get a photo request problem reported that there's no gravestone or there's no record of that individual at a particular cemetery. Now if only I did live in Missouri, I could access these cemeteries myself so that's why photo volunteers are so helpful. Thank you for taking the time to locate and photograph their gravestones! Have a great weekend!
|Susan I. Grills||RE: Carrie Teeter|
Thanks, Louise! I am sure it is the same one. I knew from her death certif. that she was buried there but when I photographed the cemetery, I didn't find her. Glad you were able to uncover it and photograph it. yes, please add it. I have already changed minor details to match what is on the stone.
|Lanie||Hickory Grove United Methodist Church Cemetery|
Thank you for adding the grave photo for Bartley Kissiah at Hickory Grove United Methodist Church Cemetery. I really appreciate your doing so!
Added by Lanie on Jul 26, 2013 1:31 PM
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