|Michael Blanchard (#47524599)|
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|Valerie McCullough||Oak Grove Cemetery|
Thank you very much for the photo for Joseph Powell.
|Darrell Cole||Rose Hill Burial|
I see you posted one item for the Rose Hill Burial Park in Lexington, KY. Can you tell me where the Rose Hill Burial Park is located in Lexington. I can find not a record of it, a distant cousin listed it as the burial site for our common ancestor, Augustus Waldemarde Mentelle who died in 1846.
|Alice P.||George Emmitt Gibson|
I had already posted a problem for the picture request and went ahead and removed it but you will have to delete the memorial for Geore from Dayton Memorial Cemetery as you were the one who created it and only you can remove it. Here is the website for his page.
Added by Alice P. on Apr 14, 2012 8:29 PM
|Alice P.||RE: George Gibson|
Hey Michael, I think the mystery is solved. When you gave me a death date of 2/14/1965, I Googled his name with the word obituary and 1965 and found him listed for Find A Grave in the Dayton National Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery, OH. Memorial # 695077, also your memorial. He already has a photo of his stone, so if you want to remove him and your photo request from the Dayton Memorial Cemetery, this will clear up another request for Dayton Memorial.
Added by Alice P. on Apr 14, 2012 10:43 AM
|Alice P.||George Gibson|
Dayton Memorial Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery, OH does not have a listing for George Gibson. You only show a death year of 1961. Would you by any chance have a month or day for him? I can check the library in Dayton for his obit. but would need more info than just the year. I have tried to find more info. for him on Ancestry but haven't had any luck.
Added by Alice P. on Apr 13, 2012 8:23 PM
|Craig Thweatt||Minerva A. Cochrum|
Find A Grave Memorial# 24793214
Michael did you know Minerva A. Cochrum was a daughter of Eliza & William Cochrum from Young cemetery in Calloway Co KY ok I looked and didn't have Eliza & William but there are several stones hard to read from Young cemetery so they might have a stone but I do have one for Minerva though.
|Lillian A. Young Mioduski||Jesse Matthew Rittenhouse|
Hi Michael Could you please add Matts birthdate (May 11) to his memorial page? Thank you, Lill
|Jan Breshears Thomas||RE: Arnold- Jones Memorial|
I found some information about the cemetery. I have asked Find A Grave to add it to the cemetery page, but it will be some time before it is added. As a result, I will add that information below for your use. But, of course, it remains your choice as to whether you want to do it or not.
"The Wheat Community was settled during the middle of the 19th Century and took its name from the first postmaster, Frank Wheat. The area had originally been known as Bald Hill. Roane College, a liberal arts college, operated here from 1886-1908. Wheat was one of four area communities acquired by the federal government, in 1942, for the Manhattan Project."
George Jones Memorial Baptist Church and Cemetery is about a half mile down a gated gravel road from Route 327, just off the "Oak Ridge Turnpike" to the west of Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The Wheat Community Monument is about another half mile farther down the same gravel road.
LIMITED USE ROAD
Official Use and Cemetery Church Visitation Access Only
All Vehicle Occupants Must Use Seat Belts
Access For Other Purposes Prohibited
Maximum Safe Speed Limit 15 MPH
Off Road Driving Prohibited
Road Open To Hunters On Scouting And Hunting Days
Contact the Building Operator (576-1876) or the Facility Manager (576-8551) for Access During Normal Operating Hours.
Contact the Plant Shift Superintendent (574-3282) for Access During Off Shift Hours and Emergencies.
The route is along a one lane gravel road, up a slight incline. Just over the rise, past a row of trees, the church and cemetery sit up on the hill to the left. Despite being somewhat difficult to reach, due to road access being controlled by DOE, it appears that the cemetery is still regularly visited and fairly well maintained. There are a wide variety of headstones, and dates of death range from mid-1800's to current date.
|Aaron Strong||RE: pics/Guy|
Thank you for your quick responce! I'm completing my family tree on ancestry.com and am working on my brother in law's side of the family. The photos you took was of his Grandpa that he never met. I am wondering if there is another person buried in this cemetery by the name of George Washington Guy born maybe around February 1855, not sure on a death date or location yet? Looks like this family lived around the Roane, Tennesse area. Thanks again!!!
|Crick||RE: Thank You Thank You Thank You|
No problem at all I'm glad I could help :) have a blessed day!
Added by Crick on Jul 20, 2011 7:24 AM
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