|martha harrison (#47721185)|
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|I have been into genealogy for over fifty years, and have visited and photographed many of the cemeteries in the Barren County, Ky. area. I have several specific pictures, and would be willing to photograph individual graves, providing they are listed in the "Barren Co., Ky. Cemetery records" book. I have also found over 170 cemeteries not listed in that book, and many burials without marked graves, from death certificates, newspapers, etc. I cannot guarantee that I can do it as soon as the request is submitted, but I will try.|
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|Linda G. Baylor||Henry Clay Steenbergen|
Henry Clay Was My great Great Great Grandfather, He Was My Great Grandfather alex's grandfather, his grandmothers name was morning wood. And My Dads Dad Was A Steenbergen Too His Name Was Dennis, I Would Love To Know More About All Of This, And I Guess We Are Related, My Name Is Linda Gail Baylor My Phone No. Is 502-921-0697 Please Call
|carole taylor puntenney||RE: Payne- Basham Cemetery - Barren co, Ky|
Thank you for the info. I did REREAD the rootsweb trees that I took the info... and saw that I did assume that James/Amy made the trek with the family. But I have redone both of their memorials. Please see what I have done.
And the research on
"Smith Mountain Lake is a large reservoir in the Roanoke Region of Virginia, located southeast of the City of Roanoke and southwest of Lynchburg. The lake was created in 1963 by the Smith Mountain Dam impounding the Roanoke River. The majority of the south shore of the lake lies in Franklin County while a small portion, including access to the dam, lies in Pittsylvania County. Bedford County makes up the northern half of the lake with the Roanoke River as the dividing line. The lake has become a popular recreation spot and has also experienced significant development in the last decade. It is the largest lake contained entirely within the state of Virginia."
So 121 years prior to this is where they were laid to rest on his owned property.
Thank you again for bringing it to my attention.
|Wayne Foster||Permelia Lewis|
The originator of the memorial for Permelia Lewis suggested that I contact you. There are exact birth and death dates on her page but I see only her name on the photo of tombstone. Do you know the source for these dates? Thank you, Wayne Foster
|Jennifer Nordyke Hart||Benjamin Yancy Benedict|
Do you know the identities of the people in the photo on Benjamin Yancy Benedict's memorial?
Thanks for the great pictures .
|E O FRMN & T SELBY||Bertha B Benedict 65729756|
Thanks for the picture of her headstone. You made a great picture of it and it is greatly appreciated.
|E O FRMN & T SELBY||B H Benedict 65729679|
Thanks so much for the great picture of his headstone. I take it that it was knocked off the pedestal! Nice picture taking. It is greatly appreciated.
|E O FRMN & T SELBY||Edwin Benedict 65729776|
Thank for the picture of his headstone. It is greatly appreciated.
|Genealogy Bug Kate||Whitney Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the photos of Thompson and Katharine Berry's markers.
|sue chappell||George harrison|
Wow thanks so much for this, I really appreciate the job you folks do for Find a grave.
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