RE: Frank J. Vinson Hello, I visited section 48 and unfortunately could not find a marker for Erastus or Margaret. I did locate lot 475 and found the marker for Lula A Vinson (Lou Ann Vinson) d1922. I photographed and posted to her memorial page. You can see in one of the pictures that there is a large open space surrouding Lula's stone, so it appears their graves are unmarked. Best wishes to you.
RE: Frank J. Vinson You are very welcome. Erastus Vinson is actually buried in a different section from Frank. Crown Hill is a huge cemetery and is broken up into many different sections which are the size of some cemeteries alone. I do not see a listing for a Margaret Vinson in their online burial records. Erastus d1912 is listed as being buried in section 48 along with Lou Anna Vinson d1922 and Morgan Vinson d1912. I actually go to the graves to photograph so if you'd like I can go to section 48 and look for the Vinson plot there and get some pictures. Best Wishes
RE: J. Sheegog McClure I have a copy of an article published about this family in the Greenville Leader News in 2004. Parts of it can't be read, it did not copy well off the microfilm but this article first sparked my interest in family history research. I put flowers on Henri Ellen and John Erva Sheegog's graves when I make it back to Muhlenberg County. I could not, for the longest time figure out how Elzie Sr. ended up coming from Hazard to be buried in Winchester but I gather that his son, Elzie Jr. lived there. Is that correct? My email address is on my profile page here, feel free to email me if you would like to. A lady named Pat Vinson, credited as living in Louisiana at the time and also claiming to be a granddaughter of Elzie Sr, contributed the information to this article. Thanks for your response.