|Dorothy Mills (#48065801)|
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Happily retired and doing genealogy! Discovered my Grandfather's grave in an abandoned cemetery in Wilson County Texas and am HOOKED on restoring it. Still have not found all the graves but will post them when I do.|
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|Grady Loy||Swift infants in Maxwell Pearce Cemetery|
I think these two infants may be my aunts Barbara June Swift and 1927-1929 and Patty Frances Swift 1929-1933. If there is no stone for them in the Fairview Cemetery then this would be their marker I am pretty sure. They were daughters of W. Grady and Frances Franklin Swift, who were living at that time on the ranch of Isaac Thomas and Margaret Carver Swift. Both died tragically in childhood accidents. Their two sisters were Virginia Grace Swift (Loy) 1931~2002 and Grady Ann Swift MacAlister, the last surviving of the four sisters. Thank you so much for all of the dedicated work you have done with these memorials.
Grady Loy (Yokohama)
|Tim Osborne||RE: Maxwell Cemetery|
The poem by Thelma Greene Reagan, pretty much sums it up. Sorry to hear about her passing.
|Tim Osborne||RE: Maxwell Cemetery|
I removed the ones I had on Maxwell Cemetery. Too many duplications out there. This cemetery is too far for me to travel, I live in Tennessee and we have a few issues of our own about forgotten cemeteries. If I lived out there, I would be glad to pitch in on the clean up. Take care
Dorothy: Thank you so much for all of the hard work you have done on Pearce-Maxwell Cemetery in Wilson Co., TX.
The dedication you have for making sure the cemeteries on findagrave are correct is truly worth making note of.
Thank you for that dedication and all the help you have given to me personally in reseaching families buried in Pearce-Maxwell Cemetery.
This is my Gr.Gr.Grandfather. This graveyard is one that I wanted to visit.Have many relatives buried in the area.Want to visit and get some pictures of my own now that I have a better idea where it is.Could not find it in 2012 when I came to Pleasanton where my grandmothers parents,JH Dossey and Martha Fatima Props are buried.Have a lot of family history in the area and am looking forward to getting out there soon and help clean up some.
|Connie WEEAKS Pace||RE: Neal's|
Dorothy, Thanks so much for letting me know. It looks as though ya'll have gotten some work done on the cemetery. As for George W. Neal, I see you mentioned a difference in dates. Is it possible, he is the son of John W. and Anna Elizabeth nee SMITH Neal? I notice he has a son born about 1846 or 1847. I'll let you know when I have additional information. You've done a great job. Connie
|KaysRoots||Pearce-Maxwell Cemetery in Wilson County, TX|
Mrs. Mills: According to the write-up for this cemetery all readable headstones have been photographed.
Am wondering what information you have on this cemetery to place people in it that do not have tombstones?
I am interested in the 3 Henderson's you have buried there?
|Connie WEEAKS Pace||Neal's|
Dorothy, I see that you are responsible for many of the memorials at the Pearce-Maxwell Cemetery. Do you know if, that is all of the graves. Many of the Neal spouses are not added and some should be buried there. Any help you can offer will be greatly appreciated. Connie 46984521
|Joe Pearce||Maxwell - Pearce Cemetery|
I noticed you had no photographs of the Pearce memorials.
How did you determine the Pearce individuals were buried in this cemetery?
Did you create this cemetery? If so, why was the Maxwell name used since there are no Maxwell memorials?
I noticed the cemetery was on land once owned by Samuel Pearce? How did you determine that fact?
Joe A. Pearce 46885687
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