|Susan Hill||Ulysses Minton|
Sorry, I have not taken care of this message in a timely manner for you.
No I am of no relation to this person, I have just volunteered my time photographing the Westlawn Cemetery in Henryetta. When I can not find a memorial for a grave I have photographed, I make a memorial for them so loved ones can find them on FindaGrave.com.
If I can be of any more help, please contact me.
|Sidney Schuhmann Levesque||Anna Feist Schuhmann|
Caroline, I just got the alert that you have sponsored Aunt Annie's memorial! Thank you that is very kind. Now we can add lots of pictures and good stuff about this great lady.
|Pat LaHue Mitchell||RE: Bradlley Transfers|
|Pegasus||Re the Camp sponsorship|
Thank you for the photos and the sponsorship.
This line of Camps are my step-father's ancestors. Lew died without issue and it is a shame because he was a wonderful man.
It gave me a bit of a jolt when I saw the sponsorship - I suppose it's just one of those odd turns of fate that my (20 years gone) beloved half-sister's married name was
Added by Pegasus on Mar 13, 2013 11:25 PM
|Valerie McCullough||Susan Scott|
Thanks for the photo.
|R.E. Vincent||RE: John Vincent|
Thanks for the info. I knew Maud Kelly placed the John Vincent marker. My dad and I visited her when I was just a kid. She may have told us about the grave marker then because daddy knew she was responsible for it. What I did not know was her brother Richard had anything to do with it. I'd be interested to know which Vincent cousin helped her find the grave. My Aunt Evelyn always seemed to know where the old church was except the name has changed. She always called it "Resin Hill" (she pronounced it "Rawsum Hill"). She said it was a Methodist church back then. Dad said it was Methodist Episcopal. Makes sense since the Vincents came from England to eventually settle in the old southwest and stayed here 300 years.
John Vincent's tombstone was placed by Richard Bussey Kelly, Jr and his sister Maud McLure Kelly. One of their Vincent cousins helped identify the site of the grave.
|Jim Ottmer||Sponcoring Camps|
Thank you for sponcoring the Camp memorials. Everyone who visits these memorials will benefit from your generosity.
Thank you so much. :) I will note on the cemetery map those plots belong to the Craddock family.
|D McK S||Photo Requests|
Thank you so much for attempting to find the gravestones of Mary and Jane Grace for me. Also for letting me kn ow the situation in the cemetery and that their gravestones could not be found. I truly appreciate your effort!!
Added by D McK S on Jan 30, 2013 6:32 AM
|Joe Bagley||Thank you|
You went over the top on this. I really apreciate your sponsorship as well as all the photos.
I've been studying the pivture of Joab's stone. There appears to be additional writting just below the date of his death. Can you make that out?
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