I happened to be in that area having lunch with an old friend when I saw that cemetery down the street. So we went over and I took a lot of random shots. I did not even know there was a request for those graves until I got home. So I am very glad that I was able to unwittingly help. It's a lovely place with a lot of history. And I'm so glad you like the blog!
Added by Swangirl on Mar 09, 2014 10:23 AM
|Fredrick Tucker||SUSIE RIVERS Grave photo|
THANKS SO MUCH FOR TAKING THIS PHOTO FOR ME !!!
Bless you and Merry Christmas.
|Cindy Wooddy Sherrod||Lillian Langley Wooddy|
Thank you!! I really didn't expect such a quick turn around on that request. You guys are amazing. I appreciate your time. If I can ever help YOU, please let me know.
|Cindy Wooddy Sherrod||Joseph Wooddy|
Thank you so much for the picture of my uncle's grave. I should have asked for his wife, Lillian's too. Please don't make a special trip to get it, but if you're ever out there again and think about it, I would like to see hers too. Thanks again for being a volunteer!
Thank you for the excellent Larry photo.
|Ray ||Benjamin Clements|
Yes, apparently your Maj. Benjamin Clements is the same Benjamin Clements who worked with Willis Roberts to lay out the town of Cahawba, first state capitol of Alabama. I would like to know more about this and their working together.
Added by Ray on Mar 26, 2013 2:46 PM