|Beulah||RE: James R. White #126435021|
Thanks for the info. My James has the same birth and death dates, but my James was born in Virginia, and his parents were born in Virginia and Tennessee. Thanks again.
Added by Beulah on Jul 27, 2014 4:34 PM
|Beulah||James R. White #126435021|
I was wondering if you would have anymore on James. I am looking for him parents, to see if I have the right James.
Thanks for your time.
Added by Beulah on Jul 19, 2014 11:50 AM
|Kenneth Greene||Ella was the daughter of Phillip Henry and Martha Catherine Mathis Deason|
Found the information I needed.
|Kenneth Greene||Their suggestion:-------------------------Ella was the daughter of Phillip Henry and Martha Catherin|
Do you have the Find A Grave memorial numbers for Phillip and martha?
|Fay C. Leonard||Marvin Taylor Robinson|
I thought you would like to know that the memorial you have placed for Marvin at the Gordonsville Cemetery is a duplicate. According to his death certificate, he is buried at the Dickens Cemetery in Elmwood and has a memorial #71292722.
Fay C. Leonard
|L Mastan||RE: Mary Edith Forntenberry|
I went to Wards Chapel Cemetery again last Monday, and again found the tombstone for Mary Edith Fortenberry. She shares the stone with her husband who is likely still living.
I have added a closeup of her tombstone to her memorial.
Are you sure you are not looking at the obit for Agnes Naoma Fortenberry who IS buried in Tushka Cemetery?
Hope this helps,
Added by L Mastan on May 01, 2014 3:08 PM
|L Mastan||Mary E Fortenberry|
Thank you for your note.
I do believe Mary Fornenberry is buried in Wards Chapel Cemetery. I have no phots from Tushka cemetery on the date I took the photo of Mary's stone. I will, however, go to Wards Chapel and look for her stone to make sure. It may be a while due to heath problems.
Added by L Mastan on Apr 22, 2014 7:04 PM
|Paul Noyes||Harriette Sherman (Bouton) Noyes|
Thank you for recommending the link of Harriette Sherman (Bouton) Noyes [Find A Grave #36887374] to her father, Rev. Nathaniel [Find A Grave #125327268]. The link has been completed.
|Tom Nelson||Myrtle Adkins Bennett|
Hi! I just read your photo caption for this memorial. I may be wrong but I think you meant to call it the "Bridge Murder case" or somesuch. Here is the Wikipedia article. Thanks
|Ray Jackson||RE: Elizabeth Boone 1732-1818|
Elkhorn Cemetery Was Originally The Grant Family Cemetery Found Near The Elkhorn River As I Understand it.
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