|Lori Wooten||Isaac Moore|
Long time since we've visited. Have you found conclusive evidence that the above was buried in Old Union Cemetery or is it still a theory? It does seem logical because of the difference in miles to Johnson County, but several of the family did live in Johnson Co. and could have transported his body by wagon.
My memory fails me, but did we have other ancestors in common such as the DeSpains?
Added by Lori Wooten on Jan 30, 2017 3:54 PM
|Martha||RE: Temperance P Strahan Corley|
if you want to edit the memorial, go to the memorial and click on edit and delete the incorrect info and if you want me to transfer, click on suggest other corrections and tell me to transfer. I cannot make corrections without the memorial number.
Added by Martha on Feb 04, 2015 1:34 PM
|Larry Hume||Malcolm Chestnutt|
Do you have any information on Anna Liem Chestnutt's son Malcolm who served in the Navy during WW II. I was doing some research on him since coming across an old newspaper clip that he was on raft in the Pacific for 23 days after his ship was sunk.
Added by Larry Hume on Jun 27, 2014 2:57 PM
|Amy||RE: Elizabeth Maund Allen|
you can access for free from your computer at home Texas Death Certificates for 1890-1976. I posted the link above and if you need any help let me know I have other resources I can tap into to help you as well.
Added by Amy on Oct 15, 2013 9:06 AM
|pharrout||RE: T.S. Pearson stone|
i have photographed all grave sites in the cemetery and am posting them as time allows check back often. there may be other persons buried in the surrounding areas, as I have found the same names and relatives in Klondike, Saltillo, Sulphur springs and other cities in Hopkins and delta counties.
Added by pharrout on Mar 04, 2013 5:58 PM
There is an Old Klondike Cemetery and a New Klondike Cemetery but, I have never seen just a Klondike Cemetery. I live in Delta County and have tramped over both cemeteries.
Added by BG on Oct 02, 2012 2:47 PM
|Lisa Heyduck Watson||Shelton Headstones|
You are more than welcome. I loved her headstone too never seen one like it yet, beautiful.
Added by Lisa Heyduck Watson on Jun 27, 2012 6:27 PM
|Lisa Heyduck Watson||Shelton headstones|
LOL thats funny. I will work on it tonight after I get off work. I will see if I can find the names online and can add the pics if they are there if not I can make the memorial and if you want them you are welcome if related. I didnt get pics of all the headstone while there but I plan to make another trip out to Pleasant Hill Cemetery soon. Be glad to help if there is any others you are looking for or need.
Added by Lisa Heyduck Watson on Jun 21, 2012 11:59 AM
|Lisa Heyduck Watson||headstone for Mary A Shelton wife of Ariel|
I have a photo of this headstone if you would like it.
Added by Lisa Heyduck Watson on Jun 18, 2012 7:41 PM
|Lisa Heyduck Watson||Amanda J Shelton pic|
Hello Im new to find a grave. I took some pictures at the Pleasant Hill Cemetery this weekend and seen Amanda J Shelton but the date the headstone is different it has June 7, 1851/ Feb. 14, 1918. please let me know if this can be the same headstone you are needing.
Thanks Lisa Watson
Added by Lisa Heyduck Watson on Jun 18, 2012 7:33 PM
|Robert L. Young||RE: Nancy Critz again|
The one is Full the other is Nancy A. Critz b the first Reqest Was for Center Hill, Ark, but they are in Oak Grove Cemetery Searcy, Arkansas Thanks and ok to the others, And I have seven other Critz There
Added by Robert L. Young on Dec 05, 2011 7:24 PM
I don't know if it will help or not, but I found in 1910, Palo Pinto County, Texas, a Maren Parson, 72 divorced, born AL (1838?) and his son Luther 14 born TX (1896, his mother born MS.)
This is kinda unusual, a 72 year old man with a son 14 years old, living by themselves. I looked and looked every which way and could not find them in 1900 Texas. Also could not find them in ancestry.com, public member trees. Hope you have better luck if they are your relatives.
Added by Mary on Nov 09, 2011 2:57 PM
Added by Mary on Nov 09, 2011 2:49 PM
|Marty and Julie Spillman Stewart||RE: Cammack Grave stones|
Added by Marty and Julie Spillman ... on Sep 02, 2011 7:46 AM
I transferred the Pearsons to you. I'm glad they can be managed by family, I always think it's better that way. Let me know if you need anything else. Thanks! :)
Added by Alician on Jul 25, 2011 5:49 PM
I added the information you requested to Infant Pearson and Isabelle Pearson. I don't have a William Pearson listed in my memorials and I didn't see one listed in my search. Do you want to make his memorial? Let me know if you don't and I'll created it.
Also, if you are related or researching this family would you like me to transfer them to you? I think it's always better for family to be able to edit them and add more information and I'm not related to this family.
Thanks and let me know. :)
Added by Alician on Jul 23, 2011 5:21 PM
|Alician||Re: Pearson Photo|
I'm not sure of the dates for Infant Pearson. I actually took the pictures a couple of years ago and just now managed to get them uploaded. I was not planning on photographing the whole cemetery when my family went down to find my great great grandfather's grave, but we deiced the cemetery was small enough we could manage to take the photos in one setting. However, I didn't manage to make notes of all the information on the stones. I'm sorry I can't be of more help. However, I am hoping to visit the cemetery before the end of the year and I'd be happy to get the dates for you then. :)
Added by Alician on Jul 19, 2011 1:12 PM
Is this the Nancy A. Critz you are looking for?
If so, she is interred in Oak Grove Cemetery, White, Searcy, Arkansas.
Critz, Nancy A. September 06, 1923 October 07, 1901 Wife of Col. John Critz
Added by Pete on Jan 18, 2011 8:54 AM
|Robert L. Young||RE: Samuel Critz|
I do have the stone pictures, If you will send me the Requrest, I will fill it thanks Robert
Added by Robert L. Young on Jan 03, 2011 8:26 PM
|Robert L. Young||Samuel Critz|
I Am sorry i Didnot find Samuel, But the Largest Stone in the Cemetery is his wife but her name is Minerva Critz B-24-June-1825-D-31-Mar.-1860
Married to Samuel Critz 15-Mar.-1842.
And i started Puting it on Samuel but then was hopping to find hes Some day, but there is a lot of Room on each side of her, the Storms of 1999 Killed the women that took care of the Records and the were Lost so it onley shows one Critz in the cemetery. I will be Searching for hem,
Added by Robert L. Young on Dec 24, 2010 9:15 AM
|Margaret Vieira||RE: Marian Perkins|
You are very welcome... It was my pleasure. :)
Added by Margaret Vieira on Nov 11, 2010 10:29 AM
|Steve Centner||Edward Niemann|
Thank you for taking the time out to find the information on Edward. Although the grave is unmarked, you did give me crucial information on Margaret Langley.
Added by Steve Centner on Sep 14, 2010 1:30 PM
|C Wilson||RE: Jerimiah Ashley|
You're very welcome ... BUT ... you should be aware.
The side of the marker for Jerimiah only has a name & b/d inscribed on it ... no dod ...
On the opposite side of that same oblisk is the inscription for Margaret, his wife, which is complete with b/d & dod.
So ... this stone may only mark the final resting place of Margaret; and Jerimiah's remains may not be there.
Added by C Wilson on Sep 08, 2010 8:58 AM
|Danny Grizzle||RE: Old Center cemetery|
Yes. It is the best plot map I have ever seen at any cemetery. Done by a Nacogdoches engineering firm, it is very precise, drawn to scale, and has names and dates on all known graves, plus color keys to various types of burials (unmarked graves, unrecorded graves with a stone, military graves, etc.).
I snapped a photo. Also, due to work, I might have an opportunity to stop at this cemetery again tomorrow afternoon if you would like additional information.
Added by Danny Grizzle on Aug 05, 2010 1:00 PM
|Anna McMillan Rowell||RE: Salter Memorial|
I believe someone has sent photos they took of the Memorial since my post, correct? I did take photos and if you would like my copies please let me know. I am distant kin too. My grandparents were A. A. and Ida Salter.
Added by Anna McMillan Rowell on Jun 16, 2010 8:48 AM