Trull Cemetery/ Sarah??? I noticed your post to the Templins regarding a photo of this headstone. Could it possibly be Sarah Cooley Trull? Her dates would be 1773-1794 (I think) and she was married to William Trull.
Trull Cemetery, Buncombe Co., NC I noticed that you had posted several tombstone pictures for Trull Cemetery. My 2nd great-grandparents are buried there and you posted a picture for Rachel Harkins Trull but not one for John G. Trull. Could you tell me if there was one or not. May try to make a trip to the cemetery in the future. Thank you so much.
RE: George fowler the problem that we have with requests is that Find A Grave limits to 20 photo requests per week. since the limit is so small I, and most others, request both the husband, wife on same request since they are usually side by side if on separate memorials.
I usually use up my quota of 20 requests within 15 minutes, so I try to get in as many different families as I can.
I've already used my quota this week. So if you don't use the original request to get the photo, there is little likelihood that I will revisit that family again for quite awhile. I have over 180,000 people in my database and know the cemetery locations for many thousands. It will be years before I could request photos for every single person one at a time with a limit of 20 per week. 20 x 52 = 1,040 per year I would like to have requests for about 35,000 at this point. I don't think that I'll live that long.
Sometimes, if there is an entire family buried in the same place, such as father/mother and a bunch of small kids, I would even try to do that on a single request.
Thank you! Thank you so much for sending me this photo...and sooooooo quickly. Michael was a dear friend of mine during my undergraduate studies. When we went our separate ways for grad school we lost touch. I knew he had been ill but did not find out he had died until about 7 years ago. I have a sister that lives in Charlotte and hope that the next time I drive down to visit I can stop by his grave site to pay my respects. Thanks again.