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|Valita||Mary Rebecca "Polly" Randolph Fletcher|
I see that you posted a picture of her and John Goldsmith Fletcher's headstone in the "Fletcher Family Cemetery." Can you tell me where it is? When I was in Jonesville, I couldn't find anyone who knew where it was. In the family, it was always called "Fletcher Ford Cemetery." Thanks for posting the picture -- it's much clearer than the one that was given to me, which was taken at night.
Thanks for posting the picture and for any help you can give me. They were my third great-grandparents.
Added by Valita on May 21, 2014 10:39 PM
|Kathy S.||RE: Thank you|
Well Hi there Cuz! He son Tom was my grandmother Ethel's father. Ethel's daughter Nicola was my mother. I added some other Gray photos to Taylor mines Cemetery. I have some more memorials to add for the Gray's at that cemetery, but I need to finish processing my photos first.
Added by Kathy S. on Mar 09, 2013 1:15 PM
|Kathy S.||RE: Thank you|
You are welcome. I am glad I could help. I was going to take a photo of his stone anyway as he is my great-greatgrandfather. Have a great day.
Added by Kathy S. on Mar 09, 2013 11:00 AM
|Earlene Embry||RE: Taylor Mine Cemetery|
I have found the cemetery. I was in Beaver Dam yesterday with my niece and she took me to the cemetery. Since I had no idea I was going I did not have my request list and could not remember the name of the person you requested the photo for. I do plan on going back in the near future and will try to fulfill your request.
|Karen||RE: Taylor Mines Cemetery|
Well, I can take you directly there. I grew up in Ohio Co, and know exactly where it is. Directions, I will try my best. From Butler Countyon 231, take a left at the red light in Beaver Dam going to McHenry. On the long stretch of highway, there is a road that crosses the railroad tracks on the left and I believe that it says Taylor Mines. Follow it and it should take you right by it. It sits on the right up on a hill, so if you are not careful you will miss it. If you don't find it, just stop at one of the little stores there on the highway (62) and they can help you find it.
Added by Karen on Jun 14, 2012 8:29 PM
|Earlene Embry||Taylor Mine Cemetery|
I got your photo request from Find A Grave, requesting a photo for James Gray buried in Taylor Mine Cemetery, Ohio Co. Ky.
I found the cemetery on find a grave, there are pictures of the cemetery but no discription as to where it is located. Could you tell me where the cemetery is located, (directions from Butler Co.)?
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