If you request a picture of the stone for Florence and her husband, the baby may be buried by them. There are couple of people who take alot of pictures in Greenwood. Kay
Added by kpet on Feb 20, 2013 11:05 AM
Weekly Herald Despatch July 21, 1894
Leon, the infant son of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas V. Jones, died of cholera infantum at the family residence, 1155 North Clayton street Thursday at 8:30 p.m., age 3 months. The funeral was held Saturday morning at 10:30.
In 1894 most burials were in Greenwood. You could check with them to see if they have record of the burial. This cemetery was privately owned for several years and one whole cemetery book is missing. But since he was named he may have a stone. Hope this helps. Kay
Added by kpet on Feb 20, 2013 9:58 AM
|Alisa Pappas||Jones Family|
I would be happy to transfer the memorials to you.
|Carol Bestick||Elsie Andrews|
thank you for sponsoring this memorial
|WyCo Graver||RE: Thank You & ?|
Of course you can send me an email... it's posted to my profile... send away!
Thank u for sponsoring her
|Joyce Nance-Woodcock||Gary Cahill|
WOW ! Those are great pictures. Gary would be pleased.
You should do an "edit" on his memorial (in the right upper corner) and ask for a transfer. FFswife is very good about working with people. Just say that you were friends since childhood and would like to add/maintain info, give your name, and your member number (which is beside your name on your profile page).
|Joyce Nance-Woodcock||RE: Thank You Joyce!|
Your thank you was very touching and meant a lot to me. I know exactly what you mean. My half-brother that I met only as a child died at the age of 38 and was buried in the National Cemetery in California. I will never be able to get there to visit and I feel the same way about the wonderful photos someone else took for me. It would be great if you could get the photo of him on his memorial, would mean a lot to future generations of his someday.
I wasn't very pleased with the photos, as I took them in such a rush since I was being attacked by wood hornets but glad you liked it. Next holiday when I'm up there, I'll go back and leave some flowers from you; they leave the flowers on much longer around the holidays.
Have a great week and thanks again for your thoughts, it meant a lot to me!