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Hjordis Creel (#47098025)
 member for 8 years, 3 months, 13 days
Jamie "BamaFann"
Genealogy Society
I heard your working on Glenwood Cem. for the Genealogy Society. I've got me several lined up to work on and looking forward to starting this project. Have fun.

Added by Jamie "BamaFann" on Jun 16, 2009 9:53 PM

Jeffrey Thomas-Ledesma
Thanks....great pics!

Added by Jeffrey Thomas-Ledesma on May 01, 2009 12:39 PM

Jamie "BamaFann"
thank you with Glenwood cemetery
I greatly appreciate the pictures your adding and all the ones your sending that need corrections from Glenwood. I know there where a lot that didn't have death dates, some mispelled names, etc. and you have helped me out big time with this information, thank you!

Added by Jamie "BamaFann" on Apr 28, 2009 1:42 PM

GlennWood cemetery
I just wanted to stop by and say thanks for the photo of Rachel Sanders. It is most appreciated.

Added by Dianne on Mar 28, 2009 6:08 PM

Jeffrey Thomas-Ledesma
I just want to Thank you so much for the Photo! It's always great to see something you've always wondered about! Yes I am a bit of a graveyard junkie....again started by Mr. Guice! hahaha You know I thought he was one of the hardest teachers I've ever had...even my college teachers weren't as hard as he, but I still remember a lot of things he taught me! I'm glad to know he still remembers me! I miss being able to travel to the cemeteries where my ancestors are buried! The oldest one I've found is my GGGG Grandfather in Georgia, he died in 1825! It's amazing tomstone and I'm trying to keep it preserved. I do add people on here that I know, so their history is not lost amongst the many buried in the cemetery! So I'm sure you will see more to come! hahaha I will definitely give you a call when I come down! Oh what's the oldest tomstone at Glenwood? Do you know?
Thanks again!

Added by Jeffrey Thomas-Ledesma on Feb 20, 2009 5:08 AM

P. Bible
Henry L. Bible
I don't know the exact location of his grave. My father recorded the grave in about 1965. He is the son of Christopher Newton Bible and Minerva Bibe, I would assume he is buried near them, possibly in the same plot.

Added by P. Bible on Feb 13, 2009 10:38 AM

Jeffrey Thomas-Ledesma
Well I was raised in Fort Payne, and Mr. Guice was the horror that got me addicted to doing my geneology! Mrs. Biddle was my English teacher in High school, and yes when I had Mrs. Biddle she said it was Phurroughs, so I don't know why her tombstone has it omitted? My father was just buried at Glenwood in July..Larry Phillips, and I have many many friends buried there. If you happen to get a chance could you let me know where Gladys Long is buried? She was my grandmother's cousin and I have never been able to find her grave. I have her grave listed on here with a photo request but I know it's hard to find. I'm coming next month to visit my grandmother so I plan on spending the day at glenwood at least one day! hahahah It was great to hear from you! Thanks so much! Oh if you go up that way again could you let me know if they have my father's tombstone up yet? I haven't been able to get back down there since I ordered it?
Thanks so much!

Added by Jeffrey Thomas-Ledesma on Feb 13, 2009 10:37 AM


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