|Daina K. (#47664139)|
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I have always been interested in history and enjoyed walking around old cemeteries. More recently, too many of my loved ones have left this life too early, so I have spent even more time in cemeteries, and I find it useful to be a volunteer contributor.|
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|David E. Slocum||Richards Cemetery|
I have been to the Richards cemetery.
I know some Holts buried there. I have posted this cemetery as Holt Richards cemetery. on Rt. 602. see my listing for directions and MAP.
I know this is known as Richards Cem, But I like my directions and listings better, Note: You can NOT see cemetery from road.
|Lynda Puakea||Henry Anable Clarke & wife, Mary Adela Dillard|
Just found your photos of Henry & Maryʻs graves... he is my 2nd cousin 3X removed... may I use the photos on my private family tree? I always give credit to my sources... thanks very much...
|Beverly Belcher Woody||RE: Woody-Richards Cemetery|
Hi Daina. I hope that you are doing well. If you turn off 220South onto 619 towards Sontag, go past Sontag School and turn right onto Woody Lane. It looks like a driveway but is actually a road. The cemetery is just past the brick house on the left. One of the Woody homeplaces is at the end of that little road and another small cemetery is there that I haven't been too. If you go past Woody Lane and turn the next right onto Goose Dam Road, there is another cemetery where Ferdinand Woody and Mary Jane Tyree Woody and Walter Giles Woody and his wife are buried. Just past that, to the left, turn at Rolling Acres Lane at the Primitive Baptist Church and down that lane is where my husband's great grandparents are buried at the homeplace they built. They are George Wiley Woody and Annie Jefferson Ramsey. My husband's grandfather was Stafford Woody who was the brother to Trinkle Woody who lived at the homeplace last. On this land, is a very old graveyard where Mary Jane Tyree Woody's parents are buried. Their names are George Tyree and Elvira Hutcheson. There are many other old graves in this cemetery that is in very bad shape. My husband and I have wanted to clean it up, but sickness has stopped us this winter. So, all this land that is Woody land in that area originally started as Tyree land!
|Harold G. Richards||Josiah Richards|
I am sorry you could not locate the cemetery. There are two or three cemeteries where my family are buried with the name Woody/Richards and/or just Woody. I deeply appreciate your effort, and thank you sincerely for your time and trouble.
|Lois Maxey Storm||Headstone|
Hi Daina, thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the Clingenpeel headstone. It was a great photo and I appreciate it very much.
|Norma Rochester Plunkett||Akers headstones|
Thank you so much for the great pictures , it takes a very special person to contribute as you do! Thank you, Norma
|deegraver||Capt W. K. Byrd|
Thank you so much for the photo
|Samuel Taylor Geer||Callaway updates|
Thank you for the updates and all your work, you are a credit to FindAGraves best volunteers, SAM
|Shelley Kinsey Adams||Chas.Beckner vs. Marvin C.Beckner|
Looks like the same man to me!! Thank you! I did not see that there were two of them.
Have a good day.
|Linda S. Johnson||RE: Alvin Johnson|
You're certainly welcome. Glad to help.
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