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Jeanne Plummer (#47624938)
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Ann Parkinson
RE: Blitchton Community Cemetery
Thank you for all the info! I'm working on a long response! Will get back with you soon!
Added by Ann Parkinson on Apr 27, 2015 7:40 AM
Bill Willis
RE: Arthur Cemetery
Done. Check your email.
Added by Bill Willis on Feb 28, 2015 1:32 PM
David Ward Hedick
Thank you for the information. Is that Robert Wayne his father? If so, is the 1929 a birth date?
Added by Foxhunt on Feb 18, 2015 11:52 AM
Gaye Strand
RE: Bassano Brass
Hi again Jeanne - are you a descendant of Arturo/Arthur and Margaret? They are my 10th GGrandparents so we'll be related if so.
Added by Gaye Strand on Oct 06, 2014 3:42 PM
Gaye Strand
Bassano Brass

The Bassano brass in All Hallows by the Tower memorializes Margaret Bassano nee Lothbury wife of Arturo/Arthur Bassano and also their daughter Camilla.

The rubbing reads :Here are interred the body of Margaret Bassano late wife of Arthvr Bassano of this parishe gent: and also the body of Camela Whitton late wife of Henry Whitton of Lamberhvrst In the covnty of Kent gent: Eldest davghter of Ye sayd Arthvr & Margaret: Bothe wch havinge christianly and charitably passed theire pilgrimage in this transitory life did comfortably & patiently yeld theire spiritts to almighty god who gave them the said Margaret at the age of 66 yeeres vpon the 26 of October 1620 levinge behinde her 3 sonnes & 3 Davghters & The Said Camela About The Age Of 46 Yeeres vppon the XIth of May 1622. In the remembrance of both wch This Memoriall Was Here Placed Ye 10 Of Aprill Anno D'ni 1623
Blessed are the dead wch dye in the lord

I have now inserted this into the memorial for the family.

Added by Gaye Strand on Oct 05, 2014 6:52 PM
RE: Clifton Hartman
You are welcome, I am sorry there was snow everywhere, if ever you would like to put in a request for another picture, I would be glad to go take another picture. It was just little flat stone almost buried in the grass, mud, and of course snow.
Added by kimmie925 on Jan 15, 2013 2:17 PM
Michelle Urban
RE: Staples-Frazier Cemetery
You are very welcome. I took pictures of all the stones in that cemetery. There is a stone that reads, "Jennie Lynn daughter of Elizabeth & Carey Staples, DOB-30 Sept. 1887, DOD-01 June 1888. It may be a member of your family? Would you like this picture also? I have not checked if there is already a memorial made for her. There is also another Allan & some more Staples. Let me know if you want any of these pics.

Regards Michelle
Added by Michelle Urban on Nov 04, 2012 5:49 PM
E L Hon
RE: Meadows-Houston Cemetery
You're quite welcome. I took a picture today at Lone Oak Cemetery of another Meadows headstone. It is Virginia & Irma Meadows. I just saw it and knew that I had taken another Meadows picture yesterday so I snapped it. Do you want that picture also?
Added by E L Hon on Sep 01, 2012 3:48 PM
Mary E. Murphy
Hedick Family
Hi Jeanne:

I am sorry to be so late getting back to you. The rest of the family is Frances W. Hedick, Sept. 7, 1885-Dec. 20, 1978. This is Dr. Hedick's wife. Their children were: Katherine Hedick, July 22, 1910-April 12, 1982; Margaret Hedick Pulliam, Nov. 7, 1911-Mar. 18, 1993, and John J. Pulliam III, July 15, 1906-Sept. 3, 1985, Margaret's husband.
Added by Mary E. Murphy on Oct 24, 2011 4:41 PM
Mary E. Murphy
Dr Hedick
Hi Jeanne:

I have the pictures of the rest of the family in the family plot, if you are interested in them.

Added by Mary E. Murphy on Oct 17, 2011 3:10 PM
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