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Currently, it is winter and I will not be out in cemeteries for pictures.
Once the weather breaks, maybe those warm days in March, I will be able to do so. Please continue to send requests, and I will archive them in a file until that day approaches.
I also request that if possible, do the research to determine the location in the cemetery (plot, etc. unless it is a tiny family cemetery), and in the meantime, I will contact those locations for a "map" which will save a lot of time. I'm new at this, so if anyone has a better solution, I would love the advise.
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|T M & M L||Burley Gay Lockhart Jr|
You left me a post regarding Burley Gay, which I have updated. Burley and my father, were 3rd cousins. I assume you are related in some say to Burley. I would love to communicate with you on the family tree. My email is Stockdale1042@comcast.net.
Theresa Lockhart Stockdale
|Richard Foster Eltzholtz Smith||Stephen Farley|
Added him to his veteran brothers as suggested. RFES
|Linda L. Cottrell Liss||Spencer State Hospital Cem.|
The Spencer State Hospital Cem. is located off Rt 119, on Rte 36, turn left at sign for Spencer Elementary School. The 1935-1940 [100 graves] cemetery is the unmowed field beside the school. There are no visible markers only a roadside sign placed in the field by the Roane County Historical Society in 1997. Yes, there were 100 marked graves according to the 1940 WPA cemetery readings. Today if the markers are there they are buried under the sod for 74 years. I have a list of those names if anyone is interested in a particular person. I find patients being buried there as late as 1963. The hospital closed in 1989.
|Linda L. Cottrell Liss||Burial for Nancy "Kate" Lockhart Franks|
Nancy C. "Kate" Lockhart Franks did die at Spencer State Hospital, Roane Co., WV on 9 Aug 1934 but she is buried at Spencer Cemetery which is very different from the Spencer State Hospital Cem.
Spencer Cem. is on Rte 14, just outside Spencer. Grave unmarked. Death cert. 11274
Linda Cottrell Liss WVRoots@aol.com
|Cathy F||Carberry in Mt. Calvart|
In reply to your message, I came across Mary Carberry because I thought that she was in the same lot as the Jankowski family that I was pursuing. Upon checking the cemetery records, I realized that she was in the adjacent lot. I added her memorial to findagrave though, because, well, that is what we do :-)
From the cemetery records, I see
Carberry Mary 5/10/1945 Mount Calvary C 331 2
Carberry Richard 1/24/1931 Mount Calvary C 331 1
Carberry Mary 10/15/1930 Mount Calvary F 458 1
So, there is a Richard Carberry buried with this Mary. Does this help?
Added by Cathy F on Jul 02, 2014 5:24 AM
|Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan||I can't link|
Please go to the record of the daughter and click on the edit button. You will need to send your message to the owner of the "daughter" record to link... I can't do it from the parents. Sorry
This is William and Louisa Jordan Hughes daughter: Find A Grave Memorial# 21691992
For source citation see: http://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Hughes-4933&public=1
If you could add her, that would be great! Thanks! Nae
Added by BC on Feb 25, 2014 12:55 PM
Just send me an email address so I can send it to you. I can't reply through the suggest a correction.
Added by BC on Feb 25, 2014 9:38 AM
|BC||William S. Burton|
Hi, I read your message about William S. Burton and looked over the thread you linked to. I do a have a death record I can send you but I think it will just confuse things even more if he was still living in 1879... it's a government record for a military headstone which may or may not be the one in Bethlehem Cemetery, but was at least in that vicinity of the county... it has William S. Burton, Co F, 1st Reg Ky Cavy, family cemetery at Montpelier, Ky, date of death Apl 11, 1871, headstone supplied in 1891. I wonder if the 1871 was a misprint for 1891? Bethlehem is not in Montpelier, but is close to it as the crow flies, and that may have been the closest post office at the time. If there was another William S. Burton with a Civil War stone buried in Russell County I don't believe it was indexed in any of the records at the library. If you want to email me again directly from your email address I will send you the image of it. I'm just leaving the death date blank on the memorial for now.
Added by BC on Feb 24, 2014 3:17 PM
|Carol McConkey Skeen||RE: Bessie Lockhart Ross Bloom|
Bessie is the one on the left and you have my permission to use it on http://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Lockhart-771&public=1. Thank you for asking.
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