|Gwen Ford||Looking for WT Bevill grave|
I've been trying to find the grave of William Thomas Bevill who died in Nov. 1891. He was my grandmother's first husband. The were married Nov 5, 1886, but he died when his third son was 17 days old. Several of his wife's family are buried in the Old Shamrock Cemetery, and I'm hoping to find him there, too, though there may not have been a stone marker. His parents-in-law are George Michael (1840-1904) and Buena Vista Baugh Spracher (1849-1891) and ET's siblings Molly, Kora, and Mary Spracher.
Added by Gwen Ford on Jul 11, 2017 4:01 PM
|Leslie ||me again|
I love what you do with hard to read grave markers. How to you get the letters blackened on vertical standing stones? Thanks for any tips you are willing to share
Added by Leslie on Jan 01, 2016 8:19 AM
|Leslie ||Seymour and Orpha Pratt|
Thank you for posting memorials on Seymour and Orpha. I'm working on my family tree and a descendent of their daughter Lelah, my great grandmother who my father adored. Anyway, the dates are useful to me in filling in gaps in my tree. You are undoubtedly a cousin- thanks
Added by Leslie on Apr 24, 2015 5:04 PM
|Linda Mahood Morgan||Nancy Ritter Greever|
Hi, I noticed that you have duplicate memorials for Nancy Ritter Greever 40398792 and 50421285.
Added by Linda Mahood Morgan on Dec 16, 2013 6:01 AM
|Dawn Meehan||Stanley Pratt|
I thought Stanley Pratt that you placed the picture on is the husband of great grand aunt but I'm not sure now could you tell me Stanley's wife's name.
Added by Dawn Meehan on Aug 03, 2012 2:39 PM
|Connie Sanders Beebe||Margaret McFarland|
Thanks so much for taking the photo of Margaret's tombstone. It is people like you that make this website so very valuable.
Added by Connie Sanders Beebe on May 28, 2012 3:27 PM
|J. Bryant||Lucretia Ritter Spracher|
I have a friend who is sending me a picture of Lucretia's tombstone (snail mail). I will post it as soon as it arrives.
Do you have a better birthdate for her? What I have is all based on speculation and census information.
Added by J. Bryant on Jul 19, 2011 10:37 AM
|deloneva||Pheobe Newton Photos|
May I please use the photos you took of Pheobe Newton's headstone and the photo you added of her (where on earth did you get that?!) on my Ancestry family tree? She is my great x3? grandmother and her family (the Coleys) has been so challenging to trace. Thank you for your consideration!
Added by deloneva on Jun 12, 2011 10:52 AM
|MaLinda Daniel||RE: Added Helton Graves|
THANK YOU FOR ADDING THE HELTON GRAVE STONES
YOUR TIME IS MUCH APPRECIATED.
Added by MaLinda Daniel on Mar 07, 2010 9:16 PM
|MaLinda Daniel||PHOTO OF PHYLLIS ANN HELTON|
THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME IN SENDING ME THE PHOTO
OF THE GRAVE STONE FOR PHYLLIS HELTON.
YOUR TIME IS MUCH APPRECIATED
Added by MaLinda Daniel on Mar 07, 2010 3:28 PM
|Howard Lee Peake||RE: Dates added for Cleva Peake|
Thanks John....Great site and I have found lots of the old folk here, verifying info from the Mormon online database. Looking forward to linking even more.
Found the site through a contributor/friend in Bland VA.
Have a Great One!!
Added by Howard Lee Peake on Mar 01, 2010 10:34 AM
|Chemistry ♥ Girl||Brittany Brooks|
Thank you so much for taking the time to get the picture for me. Your kindness is greatly appreciated.
Added by Chemistry ♥ Girl on Feb 23, 2010 5:37 PM
|Wanda Turner||JULIA HEDGECOTH LONG|
Thank you so much for Julia's headstone..nice photo..She was such a good friend & cousin.. I first met her at one of our family reunions..We had a long conversation and we continued to talk and visit with each other..She was very close to my mom and she told me stories of growing up with my mom..She is very special to me..
Thanks again for an excellent photo..
Added by Wanda Turner on Feb 23, 2010 8:18 AM
|Peggy Myers Spencer||Mary D Turberville|
Her mother was not Korah Bell Spracher who died in 1887, 1st wife of J L Turberville. Her mother was C E unknown per the tombstone and the 1900 census where J L and C E had been married for 11 years.
I really do like the photo of the Spracher graves showing names. I have not seen that done before. Thank you, Peggy
Added by Peggy Myers Spencer on Jan 11, 2010 10:46 PM