|Debbie Nowicki (#48289273)|
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If you are a family member and would like a memorial I have added transferred to you just leave me a message, I would be happy to. Most of the memorials I have added as a volunteer to honor those that have passed and preserve their locations and photos for their families.|
Widowed in 2011 I became interested in geneology when my children began asking questions about their heritage. I went on to do family trees for several friends and became fascinated in preserving cemetery records, especially as I witnessed the destruction of rural family cemeteries in my area because of expansions, weather related destructions, and simply being lost and forgotten by time.
It is not uncommon for hunters in my area to stumble across single graves in the middle of the woods, undocumented and forgotten about over a century ago. I am hoping to help compile these records and provide pictures for their families.
I have volunteered in order to help relatives find information about their loved ones and give them the ability to preserve this information for generations to come.
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|Lorraine Boardman||Cayce Fleming Brann # 121444482|
Hello Debbie, I have been doing some research into the US Sevicemen and women who were buried at Morn Hill Cemetery, Winchester during WW1. Having read through some documents today at Hampshire Records Office, I can confirm that Cayce was exhumed in 1920 and returned to the US, as requested by his family. I found this on the internet and thought it might shed some light on his final resting place:
Brann, Cayce Fleming, (Nov. 17, 1892-Sept. 26, 1918) 22 Co. Dept.. Auto Repl Draft, Camp Gordon. B. Anson, Texas, died in England, buried Marn Hill Cemetery, Winchester, England, Sept. 27, 1918. Second burial at Sandy Branch Cemetery May 20, 1920. According to letters and documents, Cayce Brann, who had been stationed at Camp Gordon, sailed for Europe Sept. 14, 1918, ‘hale and hearty,’ and died in a hospital in England on Sept. 26 of pneumonia. His last dinner before sailing was “chicken, sweet potatoes, potatoes, cabbage, light bread and biscuits, and a quart of lemonade.” He had received a 'pass' into New York for that 'eve.' Son of Reuben Milton and Mary Tabitha Vaughan Brann.
I also found this: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tnweakle/WWI_BrannCF.html
Hope this helps.
Best Regards, Lorraine
|James||RE: Cayce Brann|
No. I do not know for sure.
But I suspect not. I will try and have a look sometime. I suspect there may be a large group one,
I would imagine any individual ones have long gone.
Added by James on Sep 09, 2014 10:45 AM
I hate to tell you this, but he was exhumed from Winchester on the 17th April 1920.
Added by James on Sep 08, 2014 3:52 AM
|Glen Peddy||Picture - Cabo Cemetery|
You have the wrong picture uploaded for Alfred Taylor (Bud) Barton in Cabo cemetery, Chester County TN.
Thank you for the photo of the marker for Joseph Kinchen.
Added by Lyndon on Feb 04, 2014 8:49 AM
|L G Shinn||O'Neal Cemetery|
Debbie, thank you for the photo for John Wesley Melton. Your time and all you do for this site is much appreciated.
L. Gayle Shinn
|Wanda K. Lee||Pearson marker|
Thank you so much for taking a photo of Cecilia Pearson's marker. I appreciate it very much.
|Susie S||Sarah Alice Carroll|
Thanks for the picture of Alice Carroll's stone. She is indeed the wife of John Stanton Carroll and was known by her middle name.
Many thanks, indeed.
Added by Susie S on Dec 10, 2013 5:42 PM
|Rich65k||RE: Samuel Hosea|
I photographed Sam, Jr. & Mary too, but the the stones were wet and shiny so I couldn't see the inscription. I will go back when the sun is out.
Added by Rich65k on Dec 09, 2013 4:49 PM
|Shirley Stewart Milford||RE: Mary Carolyn Rainey|
Debbie, thanks so much for confirming that Cabo Cemetery was once Record Cemetery! I had wondered if it might have been since I've found several death certificates showing 'Record' but found the graves in Cabo. I saw some Record people were buried there too and wondered if the Record family might have donated the land for the cemetery. Thanks also for the photos of Roger Rainey and Mary Carolyn Rainey's graves. I do appreciate them.
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