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Most people on Find A Grave are wonderful and it's a blessing to work with them. However, due to some people being hateful, I need to post this....I do not make changes without proof that submitted change is correct.
I enjoy the quiet time I have when I go to cemeteries for pictures or information.
Even though I may not know some of the people, I believe they were loved by someone and if I can honor their memory in some small way, it's worth every step I take.
We are blessed to be a part of such wonderful histories that we can research and enjoy.
I am learning so much as I travel the journey of seeking my family from the past as well as helping others seek theirs. Many memories as well as many mysteries among them all.
I love helping others solve their mysteries as well. The connections and friendships made are such a blessing.
I am happy to transfer memorials as long as they are not my own family, just ask.
I'm glad to help others find graves, get photos and information. To me, this is not a competition, it's about our loved ones. Family and friends are to be cherished.
Researching: Robertson, Jessie, Coffey, Fields, Creel, England, Kidd, Hensley, Cawthorn, Warf, Denney, Bragg, Brooks, Bacon, Barbour.
Feel free to contact me with any information or questions you may have.
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|gail lenhoff||James E. Riddle|
The notice has James' middle name listed as Erbie. Erby Riddle was his father. James middle name is Elbert. Thank you.
|Edith Bastin||correction made|
I've added the correct stone for Willie Lee Bradley. Thanks much and I appreciate you pointing out the error that I may do the correction
|Remember the beyond||RE: Ed Milton|
Your very welcome
Estill Colwell is not buried in the Colwell Family/Combs Cemetery in Perry Co. I just visited this cemetery and he is not buried there. I believe that he is buried in the Colwell Cemetery at Grassy Branch in Leslie Co. This cemetery is close to the Perry/Leslie line. These cemeteries are often confused.
Added by SWF on Aug 02, 2015 7:47 AM
|Betty||RE: Hurt-Defevers Cemetery|
Thank you for the confirmation of the location. My husband and I were there several years ago in the fall. Lots of fallen leaves on ankle high grass with many fallen tree branches down, making it quite difficult to find tombstones of his Hurt and Franklin family members. Not unlike many other old cemeteries we have visited; might have to consider an early springtime visit.
Added by Betty on Jul 30, 2015 2:47 PM
Is the Hurt-Defevers Cemetery a fenced graveyard in the middle of a horse pasture? Not regularly mowed; trees and weeds not trimmed?
Added by Betty on Jul 29, 2015 8:35 PM
|Tracy Bale Flowers||Early Green co records...Alexander Coleman Kidd|
Hi Cheryl, i notice on your gggrandfather Alexander Coleman Kidd, it mentions his cause of death and there is a brief bio/obit from Green co Records in 1911. Your gggrandfather is buried where my gggrandfather is buried in McGlasson cemetery. I know so little about mine and was hoping to locate his bio/obit from 1907 when he died. I would like to know where i might find this record, like the one mentioned on Alexander Kidd's Find a Grave page. It would mean a lot to me to find out where to search or which entity to call for this information. Sincerely, Tracy Bale Flowers. Tbflowers279@yahoo.com
|Gone but not forgotten.||Sturgeon memorial|
|Randy Jobe||Rev. Carl D. Jones|
I placed the note...unique for sure! Amen
|Mary Crockett||Myrtie Hennion|
Thank you so much for taking this stone photo..
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