|T. Bach||RE: Martha A. Kershner Crain # 63329160|
I would be happy to transfer it to you. And I just did!
Added by T. Bach on May 30, 2017 7:49 PM
|donna collins||RE: g-ma Mahala|
Thank you! G-pa JOHN Mullins (Lets not leave him out, I bet g-ma Mahala never hammered one nail to build that cabin! LOL) cabin was moved off the ridge to Vardy. If you have any questions please feel free to ask.
Added by donna collins on Jun 02, 2016 4:41 PM
|donna collins||g-ma Mahala|
My grandmother Mahala Collins Mullins is NOT buried in Vardy. She is buried on Newman's Ridge at her old home place in Hancock Co. in Sneedville Tennessee.
Added by donna collins on May 31, 2016 11:55 AM
|garry crain||Jasper Crain|
Jasper Crain is my great grandmother's father. Finding the 1908 pic was very cool. I'm only a few hrs into my genealogy research and am looking forward to learning more.
Thanks for posting the pic & info.
Added by garry crain on Mar 19, 2015 1:00 PM
|Cheryl (Beall) Heeth||Lewis|
Jane send me the information on the Lewis in Madison Co. Alabama and I will see what I can do. I have a way to look into where it might be located.
Added by Cheryl (Beall) Heeth on Mar 12, 2014 9:20 PM
|Cheryl (Beall) Heeth||Sarah Harris Lewis|
I think the cemetery that you are looking for is t the "WHITE-LEWIS-HILLIARD CEMETERY" It is in Madison, Al on the outskirts of the county. I looked up the information and I believe these are the relatives you are seeking. If not just let me know.
Added by Cheryl (Beall) Heeth on Feb 27, 2014 4:28 PM
|David Gambrel||Gambill family|
thanks for your work on the Gambill family cemetery my 5th great grandfather William was a brother to Capt. Martin Gambill. William's grandson John was my 3rd great grandfather and moved to SE Ky. The family spelling here is Gambrel. Would love to hook up with members Capt. Martin Gambill's family.
Added by David Gambrel on Jan 17, 2014 9:22 PM
|Susan Hill||RE: Request for Info|
The marker is located on Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville (Redstone), Alabama.
When I do a look up of the cemetery - there were many located on the arsenal. I put together a map of places/locations where the property was/is located. In some cases, they were in pastures where 'bunkers' are located. Most of the sites were located down range in a 'secure' area of the arseanl.
I wa snot allowed access to the sites mainly becuase someone woul dhave to 'escort' me the whole time I was out taking pictures adn it just happened during a goverment shutdown. maybe once things pick back up here and getting close to Spring again, I'll try once more.
Added by Susan Hill on Dec 06, 2013 2:22 PM
|Mary Ann Sexton||Susan Fanny Caudill Holloway|
Sorry but she is not buried in the Palacios Cemetery but is buried in Robstown, TX cemetery. This info is according to her death certificate.
Mary Ann Sexton
Added by Mary Ann Sexton on Aug 28, 2013 10:06 AM
|Dennis Alan Deel||Nacy Jane Vickers Stinnett|
Janet, as per your request, I just transferred Nancy over to you.
If there is anything else I can assist you with just let me know.
All the best!
Added by Dennis Alan Deel on Jun 22, 2013 5:06 PM
|Chet Walker||Gambill Fam Cem-Ashe Co., NC|
I am interested in photographing this cemetery and noticed that you had visited it a few years ago. Do you have and would you be willing to share directions?
Added by Chet Walker on May 15, 2013 5:46 AM
|Shirlene Williams Kirchain||RE: Francis Wesley Lewis|
Thank you Janet. You are very kind.
Added by Shirlene Williams Kirchai... on Mar 18, 2013 7:20 AM
|Shirlene Williams Kirchain||Francis Wesley Lewis|
I would like to have your permission to use the pic you have of Francis on his Find-A-Grave site. He was married to my 3rd Great Grand Aunt, Judith Ann Jennings Duval. I appreciate all that you do on Find-A-Grave and if not for people like you, people like me would never know of long lost relatives.
Shirlene Williams Kirchain
Added by Shirlene Williams Kirchai... on Mar 16, 2013 4:57 PM
Leroy McCraven Crain Jr., is the Great, Great Grandfather to my two girls and I would be very interested in finding out more about the family.
I can be reached at email@example.com
Added by Carol Pullen on Oct 09, 2012 8:33 PM
I can't find any record of this cemetery, so I messaged the guy who posted the memorials and pics from there. If I get a response, I'll try to fulfill your photo requests.
Added by Heather on Jul 19, 2012 9:03 AM
Janet I transfered James Pinkney Ward over to you I am related to his wife's mother Charity Russell Rhodes she was sister of my GGGranpa John Russell
Dawna Russell Carlton
Added by Dawna Carlton on May 16, 2012 12:10 PM
|James Durham||RE: Ida Louise Leach McDermett|
No problem...I transferred Ida to you. Take care, Jim
Added by James Durham on Dec 02, 2011 9:35 AM
|James Durham||RE: Ida Louise McDermett|
Janet, I don't have ownership of William R. McDERMETT's grave. sorry. Jim
Added by James Durham on Nov 26, 2011 9:45 AM
|DSmith||RE: Christian-Craddock House|
Lucille gave some of her info to various family members. She is the one who told me about the Vandeveer house north of Marble Falls.
Added by DSmith on Apr 06, 2011 3:27 PM
|DSmith||RE: Christian-Craddock Rock House History|
I don't think I can tell you much. Emily Lucinda Vandeveer Christian was the younger sister of Eliza Vandeveer. My husband is a descendant of Eliza's. Emily died in Morgan County CO in 1921.
The middle section of the old rock house directly north of Marble Falls on Hwy 281 was originally built by Logan Vandeveer--the girls' father. Logan was a San Jacinto veteran. He also built the old Masonic Hall just south of the square in Burnet.
I would love to see some pictures of your house.
Why is it called the Christian-Craddock house? One of my husband's aunts married a Craddock.
Mary Ann Vandeveer Flippin was another sister. She and her husband are buried on the grounds of the now Hammond-Galloway Center in Burnet on Hwy 281.
Added by DSmith on Apr 06, 2011 3:04 PM
Okay Janet, I just found the answer to my previously posted question... yes, Chestnut Hill is where Capt Martin is buried... I just needed look a little more... Thanks again for your nice photos!
Added by GambillGirl60 on Nov 14, 2009 12:45 PM
|GambillGirl60||Chestnut Hill Cemetery (Gambills)|
Janet: Is this cemetery on the old home site of Captain Martin Gambill? In your posted photo of the graveyard, does the large, ornate gravemarker, centered in the photo, belong to Captain Martin Gambill? It's design looks like a (poor quality) copy I have in my possession from "Grandpa's River". Is there a grave marked for Nancy Nall Gambill in this cemetery? She should be buried next to Martin. I am definitely interested in individual grave photos from this cemetery... Capt. Martin was my Gr x5 Uncle, a brother of my Gr x4 Grandfather, John Gambill, Sr. of Wilkes County. I doubt I'll ever find a grave for John, Sr... His son, John Jr, Esquire, was a Wilkes county judge and was still alive in the 1850's... I would be interested in any correspondence that might relate to a location of his grave. Thanks for your posts!! Nancy
Added by GambillGirl60 on Nov 14, 2009 12:42 PM
I am sorry about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Added by Geno-seeker on Oct 25, 2009 7:55 PM