|Monica Moriarty (#47515662)|
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|I would like to help others in their journey to find their ancestors. My journey began several years ago, and I wouldn't have been so successful if it weren't for others who helped me along the way.|
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|Stacia Padgett||RE: Ethel Lizzie Martin Miller|
Enjoyed doing it.
|barrettr135||RE: Willaim B Cundiff|
I looked around for it when I took the photo of W B's gravemarker and didn't see it. I'll check again the next time in the area.
|Arlin Kramer||RE: George Vessels|
I also posted a photo of his wife in her page.. See note attached to her photo
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Abner Loomis|
As I noted in my earlier communication, Chloe Barber Loomis' headstone is flanked by her husband Abner (1809)(Find A Grave Memorial# 49145020) and daughter Chloe (1816)(Find A Grave Memorial# 73118038). If you go to these memorials you will see the photos of those headstones. As to the Abner you requested Abner (1776) Find A Grave Memorial #73142172, no headstone exists, nor has there been record of one since at least before the Hale transcriptions in 1934. I am sorry if I cannot be more clear, and I hope this answers your query.
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Chloe Loomis|
Happy to oblige.
|Sweet Grass||RE: Wavy Cundiff|
You're very welcome!
|Susan Semonovich Corl||RE: Byron Tipton|
You are very welcome, Monica.
|Dick H.||RE: Paul Culliton|
Happy to help.
Added by Dick H. on Jun 08, 2013 10:20 AM
|Dick H.||RE: Katherine M. Hansen|
You're very welcome.
Added by Dick H. on Jun 02, 2013 10:17 AM
|Merf||RE: Thomas Stuart Greenwood Orlando|
You are very welcome - it's my pleasure! And yes, it is so disappointing to learn a grave has been left unmarked. We just placed a marker for my GGG Grandmother in Memphis, where her grave was unmarked since 1879!
You can contact the cemetery and they can put you in touch with a monument company. They even have inexpensive ones about the size of two bricks. You are lucky, because the section he is in is clearly marked and they can get the marker in the right place.
Some of the older sections of Greenwood - well, the records weren't kept well and people placing markers today for those who died a long time ago or in the Potter's Field section or "Strangers' Row" have to go with the caretaker's best guesstimation in some instances.
Added by Merf on Mar 20, 2013 5:28 PM
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