Thank You for the photo of Joseph Stinsons headstone. It is very much appreciated.
Added by Mark on Oct 18, 2016 6:41 AM
|MTW||RE: Mary Vertz headstone|
OK, I get it. So we still don't know if that's Mary's headstone, or indeed whether she even has a headstone. But thanks for your efforts in helping to shed some light on this! :-)
Maybe I'll try to follow-up with the cemetery...
Added by MTW on Oct 17, 2016 8:31 AM
|MTW||Mary Vertz headstone|
Thanks ever so much for posting a picture of my great-great-grandmother's headstone. She was the last missing link in documenting the graves of my entire family going back four generations! :-)
Did you happen to note the text of the engraving, since it is almost illegible in the photo? Also, it looks like maybe that headstone had been moved (like, away from her husband's). Did you get that impression?
Thanks again for your much appreciated help! :-)
Added by MTW on Oct 16, 2016 3:28 PM
Thank you so much for a photo of this Civil War Veteran's marker. Much appreciated!
Added by JSOrorke on Oct 16, 2016 3:16 PM
|Melissa Brown Wolfe||RE: Robert McGowen|
Happy to help. Have a great new year!
|Bob Law||RE: First Concord Presbyterian Cemetery Location|
Dave. I cannot give you coordinates but can give directions that might help. Take the highway going East from the city of Lynchburg. At the intersection of Highway 24 and 460 go 2.9 miles and turn right on to a private road. This road crosses over the railroad and to .6 mile to the mouth of Reedy Creek. The cemetery is directly behind the mouth of the creek approximately 300 feet to the top of the hill and 25 feet into the edge of the woods. Only five stones remained in May of 1990 but it is said there are as many as seventy seven graves visible, most with fieldstones. I have been told that since I was there a lot of the woods has been cut so I don't know if any of the graves are still there. I have a crude map that I drew that describes the location, if this would help, give me your address and I will send it to you. The man that owned the property when I was there lived within a few miles of the cemetery but I don't remember his name. Hope this will help you. I am sure you found my entry in findagrave of the stones that were there.
Added by Bob Law on Nov 07, 2015 9:21 AM
|George Seitz||RE: Grave Photos|
The Hollywood website indicates that Jane and A.J. Lechler are in the same plot. R-106. The site also indicates Sarah and Edwin Kelley are in R-66, and Frank W. Kelley is in R-138.
|George Seitz||RE: Grave Photos|
It was my pleasure. Yes, I just posted the details at William Matt Kelley's entry. Here are some things I noticed. A contributor had already added some pictures, but they must have been in the wrong place. Also, the tombstone has the middle initial N. There is documentation that his middle initial is M. And lastly, the craving states Captain, the entry, Lieutenant. There is no paper evidence that he went beyond lieutenant during the Civil War.
|MTB||Bettie Kelley #93307128|
Just found her parents, James & Maria Moore, in Plot F-57. Close to Bettie.
Added by MTB on Aug 19, 2015 6:48 PM
|Kitty Whitlock||RE: Lou Kelly|
Thanks so much for going the extra mile. I didn't know the children were there.
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