|Janet Allison||RE: David Crickett|
I also took photos of Margaret, Mary and Norma Newman that were in same plot. I added these to their memorials. I live less than 1 mile from the cemetery so will be glad to help you.
|Joe Schenkman||Zenas & Charles Robins|
Zenas, who died 1847, was obviously 1st gen settler of Hancock, his son, Charles, 2nd, gen. At the time Zenas settled, there was a huge crop of ginseng discovered in Hancock that was the 1st of a variety that previously, only China had "bragging rights" for.
Speaking of "bragging rights," Robins was quiet the bear hunter. There are other stories--I believe he was in a published account of a guy who was taming bear cubs. He had them chained to his porch, and woke up in the middle of the night with a warm fuzzy creature beside him.
|oldboyscout||RE: Donald Alexander Calvert Headstone|
You are welcome, and at least we have a headstone for Donald.
Sorry that I could not find one for David Stewart Calvert.
|Janet Allison||RE: Norma H (Cricket) Newman Photo|
I live near cemetery and was going to run errands so just made one more stop. I have emailed the photos of Norma's sister's stone.
Hi Jerry: I see your request at this cemetery, but the plot location is lacking information. Findagrave volunteers are not welcome in the office, so I cannot check the information for you. Section 19 has 7 section within it and comprises over 20 acres (there are 100 acres in this cemetery). Does your information give you an A, B, C, D, E, F or G after the 19? Usually the location would be something like 19A, Lot 476, Grave 1, 2, 3 or 4. Chris
Added by macso on Aug 31, 2012 3:13 PM