|Ruth Foust Wayer||Daniel Foust|
Thanks so much for the stone photo of Daniel Foust in Zachary Cemetery, Knox Co., TN. It's very doubtful that, living in Colorado, I would ever be able to get it myself. It's very kind of you.
Added by Ruth Foust Wayer on Oct 18, 2016 7:05 PM
|Steven Roberts||RE: Harriet Stegall Study|
I took over that web page from the originator and did not check back when I found that error in my Ancestry family tree. You are correct, she was born in NC. I will correct the Find A Grave entry.
Added by Steven Roberts on May 30, 2016 2:22 PM
|Robert Estes||RE: Nancy Vineyard|
I'm so sorry in the delay in getting back with you. I went down to Vineyard Cemetery but could not find any stone marked with any name similar to Nancy. I don't know what say.
I even went back to my old desktop where I have my "master files" on Findagrave records that I've accumulated over the 15 years I've been on this website. They're primarily notes of other graveyards and names in them. They are BY NO MEANS 100% but I've pieced together notes on cross marriages, hoping to find any "unlisted" Nancy in the smallet cemeteries I've worked in my immediate area, but with no luck.
Sometimes a woman remarries and is buried under her new married name & not being buried with her "previous married" or "maiden" name. But I didn't have any luck. I'm sorry. It was a shot in the dark.
My mom married several times and thus her "complete" named couldn't be listed here on the website.
Edith Jean Bowker Estes Heggie Heggie Smith (unknown) Arthurs. Unusual, huh?
The unknown was a man she only stayed married to for about a month. She married two Heggie brothers, back to back.
Needless to say, this isn't the norm, but its one example of how a last can "disappear", depending on how her life events occured.
Once again, I'm so sorry I couldn't help you. Good luck! I hope maybe another volunteer can find something that I failed to come across.
Added by Robert Estes on Apr 06, 2016 2:37 PM
|Lloyd Boner||Slave memorials Holland Cemetery|
Which Holland Cemetery, and what memorial # are you referring to. I would like to just transfer management over to you and you can add what you have to add.
Added by Lloyd Boner on Apr 04, 2016 6:29 AM
|William Smith||RE: Russell Hair|
You're very welcome Lorie... Best of luck in your search...
Added by William Smith on Nov 01, 2015 3:38 PM
|Brenda Goodson||RE: Thomas Neal photo|
Added by Brenda Goodson on Oct 21, 2015 2:32 PM
Thanks for responding with link to photo for Judith Ladd Green.
Added by marjorie adams on Oct 13, 2015 10:03 AM
|DSON1492||RE: duplicate photos|
Thanks for your message, I have never had no one ask this before. I know there is room for 5 pictures for each memorial and if I have added a picture to one that already had a one it is fine as it gives a different angle.
When I go to a cemetery I try to take pictures of every grave and so I upload them.
All we do is create these memorials and manage them till family comes forward.
I have seen some adding all 5 pictures by there self of different tombstone angles and leaves no room for others. This is wrong.
Hope you understand, Have a Great Evening
Added by DSON1492 on Sep 18, 2015 4:11 PM
|History Hunter||Sophia Hill|
Thanks for letting me know.
I deleted duplicate and added photo to original.
Added by History Hunter on Aug 18, 2015 8:19 AM
|Darlene Ellerman Palmer||Charles Hatcliff 14955095|
You are very welcome. Since I can no longer get out easily to photograph cemeteries, I've subscribed to newspapers.com and am using it to update people's memorials.
Have you checked the "edit" tab on your profile page? I sent through more info on Charles in addition to the obit.
I'll keep an eye out for more Hatcliffs for you.
Added by Darlene Ellerman Palmer on Jul 30, 2015 10:50 AM
|Darlene Ellerman Palmer||RE: Thanks so much! (re: Hatcliff)|
Added by Darlene Ellerman Palmer on Jul 30, 2015 10:41 AM
|Luella Hinrichsen||RE: Thank You|
Glad family can add to their memorials, that's the goal! :) Luella
Added by Luella Hinrichsen on Jul 06, 2015 10:47 AM
|History Hunter||RE: Rush Station (Darke Co)|
Great photos!! Maybe this summer I'll check the school house out and see if the stones are still there. I only knew that in the 1960's the cemetery was in a pasture field and it said one stone standing. Your photos helps to document this lost cemetery.
Added by History Hunter on Apr 29, 2015 5:07 PM
|History Hunter||Rush's Station|
The list of burials were done in the 1960's. At that time they were is a pasture field all lying down and being walked on by animals. Any photos you could add would be great. When I get time I will check by that school house to see if any stones are there. What a shame that some cemeteries were so disrespected. Thanks for giving me a clue to where the stones might of went.
Added by History Hunter on Apr 26, 2015 10:15 AM
|Dale Adams||Laura Jane Plummer Barick|
Find A Grave Memorial# 28577480
I am not transferring this memorial to you.
She is my great aunt.
I updated information on the site just today.
If you have additional information you would like to be there, please use the edit tab on the memorial. I will gladly update her data.
Added by Dale Adams on Dec 20, 2014 10:58 PM
|Gay Hobt Morton||John R. Coram|
Thank you for this photo of this stone. I am trying to determine if he was a Civil War soldier for the East Tn. History Center. I appreciate your effort to help us.
Added by Gay Hobt Morton on Oct 25, 2014 7:36 AM
Any and all info submitted will be added to memorials, making no transfers required.
Added by fpw on Sep 28, 2014 4:10 AM
It can get complicated, right? I find myself doing similar things, no matter how much I seem to check, but that happens here. Thanks again, and happy "grave digging!"
Added by GeekyGraveGirl on May 02, 2014 5:59 AM
I transfered the gg grandparents of yours and a cousin but do not want to go as far as the gg uncle ,wife and gg uncle and such.
I bend the guidelines some to help others but do want to bend them that much.
Added by DSON1492 on May 01, 2014 1:55 PM
|Michigan mother||RE: Thank you for the transfers!|
Thankyou Lori, for that message. I love hearing about people. Very unusual to hear of a woman her age going into the service. Yes, she lived a long life like some of the Witter blood line that I am in. My mother was 99 when she passed away and she too loved genealogy and family history. I wish she were alive today to connect with other family members this way. She would have been delighted.
She was born in 1906. Horse and buggy days.
Added by Michigan mother on Jun 10, 2013 10:22 AM
|Brenda ||RE: Neals|
You are very welcome. I'll see what I can do this summer. No promises, but......
Added by Brenda on Jun 09, 2013 4:48 PM
The inscription on the headstones for Ora O and Infant daughter Neal are hard to read. If I get back up to the cemetery, I will take along my cleaning solution and see if they can be read better after they are cleaned.
Added by Brenda on May 03, 2013 3:28 PM
|Brenda ||RE: Sarah Sharp|
Wish I could have found the headstone for you. :o(
Added by Brenda on Apr 29, 2013 9:51 AM
|Brenda ||Sarah Sharp|
There is no headstone listed for Sarah Sharp. This is a cemetery that was in very bad repair until the 1990s when the board worked on it. There are some headstones that are unreadable, so perhaps Sarah's is one of those. Unfortunately, there is no record of burials, just the one of the readable headstones.
Added by Brenda on Apr 29, 2013 6:38 AM
|Susan B.||RE: Thank You|
You're very welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by Susan B. on Mar 21, 2013 9:14 PM