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Connie Cox
Kilsyth Cemetery
Can you describe to me where the Kilsyth Cemetery is located? I know where Kilsyth is, my family used to live there before I was born, and I have been there, but cannot figure out where the cemetery is located.

Thank You
Added by Connie Cox on May 24, 2015 3:55 PM
Susan Sizemore
RE: Reggie Randall Richmond
This is the story that all the King family has always told me. The King's and Richmond's were neighbors and good friends. When Mom was about 14 years old she became pregnant with Reggie's baby. They were not married. The child, Sherman, was born in 1937 and was raised by my grandparents, Frank and Myrtle King. Sherman often went to his Richmond grandparents. He played there and they bought him gifts. Reggie went off to war, mom moved away, married and had other children. Reggie died in the war.
Added by Susan Sizemore on May 19, 2014 9:12 PM
Walter H. Pack Family
RE: William Harvey Cales
You are very welcomed and am happy that I am able to do it.....Thank you and God Bless You & your family
Added by Walter H. Pack Family on Mar 23, 2013 2:26 PM
Walter H. Pack Family
RE: William Harvey Cales
I transfered him over to you. I just noticed that it was to ddc instead of ddc416 as it stated on Jeannette Richmond.
Added by Walter H. Pack Family on Mar 23, 2013 12:51 PM
Walter H. Pack Family
RE: Mary Jane Cales
Which one is of your family? I will be happy to transfer the one Mary J. of your family to you.
The 1865 records are distorded with mix up of middle initials.
Added by Walter H. Pack Family on Mar 23, 2013 10:20 AM
Long Black Veil
RE: Jasper & Jennette E (Cales) Richmond
That is sad, I saw the photos you had taken and posted of the Kilsyth cemetery before. It was in need of much work then. I've run into the same thing in other cemeteries in KY. So many cemeteries are forgotten and or lost to over grown bushes, bries and trees.

Years ago if people could afford to make or have a stone made for a love one, so many of the stones were set without a foundation and have long sunken into the ground

I just listed a 2nd cousins 2X removed in the Kilsyth cemetery..
God Bless,

Long Black Veil
Added by Long Black Veil on Jan 02, 2013 10:12 PM
Long Black Veil
Jasper & Jennette E (Cales) Richmond
While looking at persons buried in the Kilsyth Cemetery, Fayettte Co, WV., I notice the photos you had posted of Jasper and Jennette E Cales Richmond. I am not related to Jasper or Jennette, but the photos you have posted of Jasper and Jennette are priceless. The one of Jasper looking at Jennette' grave, is the kind of photo that should be on the cover of a magazine. I love these old photos

Thank you for all the work you do on find a grave.

God Bless
Added by Long Black Veil on Jan 02, 2013 8:08 PM
V. J. M. Suma
William Grant Richmond
This was sent to me from E.M.Smith.
William Grant "Willie" Richmond was born 13 Jun 1865 in New, Raleigh County, W.Va., a son of William L. Richmond and Eliza Wills Richmond. He died 30 Nov 1954 in Beckley, Raleigh County. William G. Richmond was married three times: (1) Rosa B. Farley in 1886 in Summers County, W.Va. Her name in a son's obituary is Rosalee Farley. (2) Nancy Ann Taylor in 1892 in Raleigh County. Her name in her children's obits is Anna Mae Taylor. (3) Lillie Belle Meadows in 1912 in Summers County.

"In the neatly fenced and carefully groomed cemetery at Pluto, across the road from Bethel Methodist Church, lies William G. Richmond (June 13, 1865-Nov. 30. 1954), one of the area's most respected citizens. Thrice was he married. He is buried between two of his wives, 'Lilly B. Richmond, May 13, 1887-April 9, 1963' and 'Annie Richmond, May 1, 1876-Feb. 21, 1910.' William G. Richmond was the father of 22 children. He had children by each of his three wives. Richmond District has long been noted for its sizable families." From "Richmond District Families Big: 27 in One," Yesterday and Today column, Shirley Donnelly, Beckley Post-Herald, W.Va., 15 Oct 1966, Page 4.
Added by V. J. M. Suma on Dec 29, 2012 12:14 PM

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