|Jesse M.B. HughesMacArthur (#48173627)|
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Are you related to any MacArthur's in the Manhattan area in Kansas
Jesse, I'm tranfering all my Creekmoore Mem. to you. I'm trying to downsize, eyes aren't good so don't spend as much time researching. Hope this is okay with you. TJ, Burns, OR. Dave and family were friends for many years.
Added by tjvon on Aug 02, 2015 12:12 PM
|Taweret||Regarding photo request in Calvary cemetery located in Lakewood WA.|
Office staff are quoting to photo request volunteers that they will be charging them to give locations of burials. As this cemetery was fully photo documented two years ago, chances are that your request cannot be fulfilled due to: A) Illegible temporary maker or a buried marker and B) No marker at all. If you wish your request to be honored, you will have to contact the office and inquire as to location.
Added by Taweret on May 03, 2015 7:46 AM
|Bonita Olmer||John Patrick Johnson in Holyrood Catholic Cemetery|
Please remove your copies of my grave photos from his memorial page. Thanks!
|Judy Rogers||Subject:: Nellie Johnson Manning Memorial# 114296074|
Nellie's Family A Grave Memorial # 114296074 added: Jul 24, 2013 has family history that is AMAZING and very treasured. Nellie was our father's father sister. They were born in Dingle, Ireland.
Could you provide a contact where you received the bio information so we can follow-up with them and perhaps exchange even more information between our families?
We would be extremely grateful.
searching for the author of bio information for
Find A Grave Memorial# 114296074
I don't know anything at all about the family. I only took photos of a section at the cemetery. The Seattle Archdiocese will release their burial records for people who died over 75 years ago, which should apply in the case of Michael.
|Karen Price||William Jones|
Thank you for getting back to me. His tombstone says W.M. Jones but I'm wondering if they just used that as an abbreviation for William. I don't believe anyone is keeping the cemetery up and I don't know of any records on it. My aunt, who is 102 years old, told me of the cemetery years ago. It was originally by a church but the church is long gone. The trees and weeds had grown up around the cemetery and there are only about 7 or 8 graves there. There are a couple of graves across the road in the woods. A couple of years ago someone had cut down some of the trees around it and my husband and I went down and cleared the weeds away. We bought a sign and put up along the road so people could see where it was. It is on Alsile Road just a couple of miles from the Alsile Church Cemetery. The next year when we went back someone had bent the sign backwards so we tried to straighten it but I'm not sure if it's still there. Someone told us that there used to be more people buried there but the family had some of the bodies moved. My 2nd great grandparents are Moses B. Jones and Margaret Peggy Meadors. I have quite a bit of information on them. Moses was married three times to a cousin and two sisters. If you will use my email and send me your email address I would be happy to share any information that I have on the family. That way we wouldn't have to leave such long messages on the Find a Grave site.
|Karen Price||William Jones|
William Jones and his wife Permelie are buried beside my 2nd great grandmother, Margaret Peggy Meadors Jones. I have been trying to connect how they were related. I saw the death certificate you mentioned and it said his parents were Ambrose M. Jones and Elizabeth Waldroup. Ambrose is a step son to Margaret ( son of her husband, Moses B. Jones) but I can't find any sources to connect Elizabeth Waldroup as Ambrose's wife. You apparently are a descendant of William's so can you explain to me the relationship? Also on the picture that you posted you have William Melton Jones and on his tombstone it is W. M. Jones, but on his death certificate it has William T. Jones. Which is correct?