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ID8808 (#47075992)
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Lane Bergeron Oliver
RE: Miller records
Thank you ever so much. Will try to help if I can... Thanks again!

Added by Lane Bergeron Oliver on Feb 19, 2017 4:55 PM

Mary Gross
Photo request Henry Ellis
This has already been photographed. It is a double headstone. I did not take this photo, but have marked your request as fulfilled. If there is anything different, please feel free to contact me.

Added by Mary Gross on Aug 29, 2016 7:35 AM

W. Smith
Perry Gillespie
Thanks for the correction. Check the memorial again to verify that I have changed it appropriately.

Added by W. Smith on Jun 01, 2016 9:34 AM

Jeff Fisher
RE: Old photo request
I'm sorry, but after walking through this entire cemetery, I could not find anything identified as any Ewing. There are several "unknown" markers, done simply on a small cement block throughout the small cemetery. I did take a photo of one of the unknowns. If you would like that I will happy to share it with you. Sorry I did not have any luck. I left a comment on the request as well. -Jeff

Added by Jeff Fisher on Apr 26, 2015 1:47 PM

Jeff Fisher
Old photo request
I notice you have a rather old photo request for a Dr Alexander Ewing, Find A Grave memorial 9764766. This cemetery is just a mile from my house, and I'd be happy to look for this headstone. Given the amount of time passed from your request, I thought I'd ask you if you ever heard anything about it?

I'm new on this site, so just saw your post.

Jeff Fisher
Houston, TX

Added by Jeff Fisher on Apr 24, 2015 1:01 PM

Eric Baker
Photo requests
I apologize for my typo in my previous message. Remains were removed to Evergreen Cemetery in the late Nineteenth Century not Nineteenth Cemetery.

Added by Eric Baker on Dec 12, 2014 5:09 AM

Eric Baker
Photo requests
I see that you have left photo requests for David Baker and his wife Phebe Baker in the Morristown Baptist Cemetery in Morristown, New Jersey. You may not have noticed in the description of this cemetery that it is an extinct cemetery. Remains were removed in the late Nineteenth Cemetery to Evergreen Cemetery in Morristown where these remains may now be in unmarked graves.
David Baker and Phebe Baker were my fourth great grandparents. I am curious about your relationship to them. I can direct you to a good deal of information about them that you may not have. Please feel free to contact me. My e-mail address is
Eric Baker
Durham, North Carolina

Added by Eric Baker on Dec 12, 2014 5:07 AM

James Fox @ StL Calvary
Sorry, He does not have a stone.

If he had stone, it should have been marked with and box and X.


Added by Kathie on Dec 06, 2014 10:36 AM

Fox StL Calvary
Yeah one has a stone! However it is unengraved. I bet you were beginning to wonder if I was even looking in the right places.

As usual... please, see the caption on the stone.

Happy hunting

Added by Kathie on Jun 02, 2014 5:42 AM

Cath. Ryan StL Calvary
I am sorry, but her's and those in the lot are not marked. Please see the caption on the photo for more information.


Added by Kathie on Jun 02, 2014 5:34 AM

Virgil Roberts
Butler - Short Cemetery
John Lusk,

Stop by the brick house and tell Ms Hayes that you would like to go to the cemetery or, email me to see if I am home from work, and I will take you.


Added by Virgil Roberts on Apr 29, 2014 12:52 PM

John Lusk
Butler-Short Cemetery

I am interested in the 'warning' you posted regarding the woman who lives near the Butler-Short cemetery in Amite, MS. I am descended from the Butlers (Decatur N. Butler and Martha Wilkinson Butler are my 4th gr. grandparents) and I was interested in visiting this cemetery one day soon.

Were you personally accosted by this person? What happened exactly?

Added by John Lusk on Mar 28, 2014 7:46 PM

Aydelott Family Plot Hazen Arkansas

I was visiting gravesites for my family in Arkansas and found a plot area for the Aydelott Family. There were two headstones: one for William and Margaret and one for Edwin Aydelott. I also took two pictures of the plot area. There seems to be a "corner" marker, a whitish stone with possibly a "W : A" carved in it. I hope this helps.


Added by Virginia on Mar 11, 2014 6:21 AM

Ryan/ Votruba
Sorry once again most are un marked. I took two different pictures. The one for Votruba I accidentally cut off the top of the stone, but it just flat... But I wanted to show more that there were no other stones around that I might have missed.

As usually see the caption on the photo.

BTW You do know about the Archdiocese website?

Happy Hunting

Added by Kathie on Feb 23, 2014 10:36 AM

Keith Hill
RE: Christopher Strong
Found your message from a while back about Christopher and Elizabeth Strong. I posted a picture of CHristopher Strong's marker. In going thru my pictures, I do not find an Elizabeth. I found and have a picture of a Letigah Strong and a Sacred Strong. Are these on your list?

Added by Keith Hill on Jan 24, 2014 9:23 AM

RE: Davidson
Hi...My name is cindy and I descend from the Jones. Epsy was my aunt, so not a direct descendant, but Uncle Hob only has one daughter who remains living. His oldest daughter Nell just passed recently. No one else is left to go to his and Aunt Epsy's graves anymore. My family travels there once per year to attend all the family graves as best we can in what is referred to as a "flying trip"! LOL I am working on finding photos that are still packed from when I moved to Tx. in 2009 so that I can post them to the memorials for every one to enjoy. If I cant find my copies, then my Mom will find them. She still has the originals. So, I guess in a round about way...we are cousins! I traced the Davidsons many years ago and I was surprised yesterday at how much info I have forgotten. I used to be able to tell you everyone and who they married just from, not so much! I will add some info over the next few days. Thank you very much for trusting a "newbie" to the site to manage Uncle Hob's memorial. I look forward to chatting with a new-found cousin!

Added by hollidaywoman on Jan 20, 2014 6:08 AM

RE: transfer request
I am SO sorry! I am new at the virtual cemeteries and am still learning. The numbers are: 45705708 and 45705633. I appreciate your patience and I promise to maintain the memorials well. thank you.

Added by hollidaywoman on Jan 19, 2014 3:43 PM

transfer request
I would like to request a transfer of this memorial. This is my Uncle. The information recorded here is incorrect. thanks.

Added by hollidaywoman on Jan 19, 2014 12:54 PM

transfer request
I would like to request transfer of this memorial. This is my Aunt and there are no other known living relatives.

Added by hollidaywoman on Jan 19, 2014 12:49 PM

The Hinckley Graver
jack brown

Added by The Hinckley Graver on Nov 15, 2013 6:11 PM

Emily Taylor
RE: Hattie Fleming photo
I just did the ones that were requested, plus a couple of personal interest to me. My cousin, her husband and I spent the whole day out there clearing the cemetery which was severely overgrown and becoming a pine forest. If there are more you want put in a request and I can get them next time I'm in the area, though I usually only get up there once a year. My people are the Dicksons and Seales, who are yours?

Added by Emily Taylor on Oct 30, 2013 7:58 PM

Sue Lee Johnson
Emma Bridgforth
Is there not a gravestone for her? Is the death certificate all you have? I have that and could have added it. Since it states she's buried at Elmwood I thought there would be a grave. I just now posted that request and you immediately put the death certificate up. Did you look for a grave?

Added by Sue Lee Johnson on Oct 24, 2013 10:32 AM

RE: Difficulty reading stones
That really looks great!

Added by Merf on Oct 08, 2013 1:40 PM

RE: Difficulty reading stones
No. I've only chalked them. While many people would slap me for doing so - I can't see how one chalking will permanently damage a 100 year old stone, when the chalk allows the opportunity for the writing to be revealed for a documentation photograph. I may be the only person who looks at it and records it, so pfffft on them. It's not like someone is out there every day working on a stone, left out in the elements and making it wear away too fast.

As long as it isn't permanent, I think you have to do what you have to do to read a marker - it's only going to be harder to read as the years pass. I don't see any difference between chalking and taking a rubbing.

I've never heard of the Barbasol/Squeegee method before, but that comes too close to a cleaning of a marker for me to be comfortable with. I'm all for dry stuff.

Added by Merf on Oct 08, 2013 1:01 PM

RE: Hopkins famimly
You are most welcome - it was my pleasure!

Added by Merf on Oct 08, 2013 12:44 PM


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