|Sandi Danielle||93595194 Brinnie DuBose-Drinkard|
Hi there Sylvia :::waving::: I've been trying to bring to your attention the "error" made on this Memorial. This is a "Mother" and "Daughter" headstone, and it's not being read correctly.
Brinnie DuBose-Drinkard is the Mother, Della L. Drinkard-Willis is her married Daughter.
Brinnie Never married Anybody surnamed Willis. That's her son-in-law's surname, Della's husband.
Brinnie's husband and the father of All of her children is Oliver "Ollie" Drinkard. They are front Wilkes County, Georgia. Oliver Drinkard and their son Oliver Drinkard. Both died and are buried in Georgia.
I would like to connect their burials to Brinnie, but I refuse to because her actual name has not been corrected.
This type of Headstone is intended to be read from the Top Downward. One side is for Brinnie DuBose-Drinkard, who Never married anybody but Oliver Drinkard [she is Not a Willis}; and the opposite side is her married daughter Della.
|Shawn Dawson||George A Davis|
I was wondering if I could add your picture to my ancestry.com page, he is my second cousin. Thanks.
thank you for the additional information, i have updated it.
Added by esc on Jul 22, 2012 9:12 PM
|Ruth M||James Edgar Bunt|
I understand now and I thank you
Added by Ruth M on Jul 14, 2012 1:38 PM
|Ruth M||Wrong Photo????|
Thank you for being a Find-a-Grave contributor.
I see that you added a photo to the memorial of James Edgar Bunt. The photo you added was a grave marker for Lorena S Culberton. I don't see the connection, James is a relative of mine and I never heard of Lorena S Culberton. Maybe I have a long lost relative. Let me know
Added by Ruth M on Jul 08, 2012 2:43 AM
|Dennis M Hood||Frances Shifflett|
Thank you so much for taking the time to locate and photograph my cousins headstone.
|Laura Bailey (Finger)||Thank You!|
Thank You for trying.....
|Sandy Schilling Payne||RE: Photo requests @ Mt Comfort Cemetery|
I'm sorry one of your first tries at this was Mount Comfort. :) Don't let it discourage you. Not all large cemeteries are this difficult. Many are very accommodating. Hang in there. This really is a lot of fun and provides a wealth of information, if not today then somewhere down the road. My first experience with this was so weird and wonderful that I got absolutely hooked. I wish the same for you.