|Greg Miller||Lemon Hill Cemetery|
I've returned from my week long trip to Oklahoma to document Jackson Purchase of Kentucky Confederates that moved to Oklahoma. Did not get out to Lemon Hill Cemetery in Bryan County, but while at Tishomingo to photograph another's grave site was given the telephone number to the Bryan County Genealogy Library at Calera. Called it from there and the lady did not know who to talk to for permission or where exactly it was. I would still like to locate this cemetery and photograph the headstone of William James O'Donley. If you look at the Find A Grave page for O'Donley Cemetery in Ballard County, Kentucky you will notice that I have added some photographs of some of their headstones. If possible I would like to come back some time this winter and photograph his headstone, and hopefully by then I can come up with a contact for a cemetery in Roger Mills County which is way off the road.
Added by Greg Miller on Oct 30, 2016 9:52 AM
|Greg Miller||Lemon Hill Cemetery|
Do you have a contact for Lemon Hill Cemetery? I am coming to Oklahoma and plan to spend most of the week trying to locate Kentucky veterans buried in the State, and one is at Lemon Hill Cemetery.
Added by Greg Miller on Oct 20, 2016 9:51 AM
|Brian Davis||Lillie Francis Holden|
I saw a post of yours on Brady Kelley memorial page saying that you are related to Lillie francis holden. she is my 2 great grandmother, her daughter Nancy Grace Kelley is my great grandmother. I was just wondering how you are related?
Added by Brian Davis on Sep 14, 2016 2:55 PM
|Mandy Thigpen McConnell||Andrew B Thigpen|
Spent time today at Center Hill Cem searching for rock of Andrew and Maudie. it is not there. After doing some research, I discovered they are buried at Center Star Cemetery in Center Star, AL. His Mem # is 42396919. There isalso a photo of their tombstone. Hope this helps yiou in yiur search. ;)
Added by Mandy Thigpen McConnell on Feb 12, 2016 8:00 PM
|Bobby Merritt||RE: Rosia Lee Cox Stinnett|
Don; I do not have any additional information on Rosia Lee Cox's family members. My wife descends from Samuel Edward Stinnett and his first wife, Lillian Lee McNabb. After Lillian died, he married Rosia. I have a couple of photos I think of them together, but I do not know of her family members.
Added by Bobby Merritt on Nov 02, 2015 6:19 PM
Don, do you have the report of Descentants of John NelsonSr.born 1645 through 8 generations. It's from Family Tree Maker's Genea;ogy Site. I copied the whole thing.George w. Nelson born 1833 Green Co., married Harriet Ward. They had 11 children. Which child is yours from George W. Nelson?
Added by Irma Hargis on Dec 15, 2014 7:10 PM
|Irma Hargis||RE: Thomas C. Morrison Family|
Hi Don, All the information is correct. I didn't know about the Ellen,for Ann Elizabeth Nelson Morrison. She was the child of Thomas nelson and Mahala Ann Lyon. They married Aug. 24, 1835.My great grandmother was born in 1849. Didn't know the marriage date. Thank you.My grandmother was Caroline Isabelle Morrison. She married John Joseph Ramon. My mother was Violet Thersia Ramon. I have all this on find a grave.
The date I got for Josh A. Nelson born 1852 from a page written from The Bladwin County Heritage book. The site I got it from was:
Thank you for correcting me on John Nelson's place of buriel.I figured he was buried the same place of his parents, which they say is now a swamp.I will have to go through a ton of articles on the Nelsons to find the place of burie.
Added by Irma Hargis on Dec 15, 2014 2:27 PM
|Irma Hargis||RE: John F. Nelson 37775816|
Hi Don, Seems like we are related way back. Ann Elizabeth Nelson Morrison was my great grandmother.She was the daughter of Mahala ann Lyon Nelson and Rev. Thomas Nelson. I have serached for years for Mahala's parents, with no Luck. She was from Tennessee.Lost tract of her when thomas Died.The census records, no help. She was born 1816. If you have any ideas, let me know. irma Hargis
Added by Irma Hargis on Dec 14, 2014 9:22 PM
|Irma Hargis||John F. Nelson 37775816|
Don, the last message on John Ramon, I forgot to put the number of the memorial. There are three or four John F. Nelsons.I am requesting a transfer. Thank you, Irma hargis
Added by Irma Hargis on Dec 13, 2014 9:13 AM
|Irma hargis||John F. Nelson|
Hi Don,I would like to get John Nelson's memorial transfered to me, so I could put a bio in.He was my great, great grandmother's son. Would really appreciate it. Thank you. Irma hargis
Added by Irma hargis on Dec 07, 2014 3:21 PM
|Eileen M.||RE: Thank you for Willis Andrew Trout|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help. When I first spotted the stone, all I could see were Trout and the numbers 12 and 15..I was very happy that when I pulled the grass back it turned out to be the one that you needed.
Added by Eileen M. on Oct 09, 2014 9:35 AM
|Misty O||Baggett Family Cemetery|
Can you please tell me where this cemetery is located in Rogersville, directions or GPS?
I am 5th generation descendant of Archibald and Nancy Baggett and I would like to visit the cemetery if possible.
Added by Misty O on Aug 22, 2014 12:54 AM
|Jay Kruizenga||RE: THANK YOU !!!!|
Don, I've uploaded some information I found pertaining to the Wells family of Ottawa County. Perhaps this might help you in your research.
Looks like Blanch and her sister died from Diphtheria.
Added by Jay Kruizenga on Aug 13, 2013 10:43 AM
|Jay Kruizenga||RE: THANK YOU !!!!|
It was my pleasure Don. I also photographed adjacent WELLS graves that I also posted to FindaGrave:
Carrie E. Dell WELLS
George M. WELLS (already had a posted photo)
WELLS Monument (sits adjacent George)
Irene E. WELLS, dau. Roswell & Lillian WELLS
and the Eastmanville United Reformed Church, erected in 1871.
The Eastmanville Cemetery sits behind the Church. I've passed this church multiple times and would never have thought there'd be a cemetery sitting behind it. It's hidden by woodland growth.
Added by Jay Kruizenga on Aug 13, 2013 8:27 AM
|Jim Sager||William and Anna Lemay|
I spent several hours walking through the New Garden Cemetery, near Elkmont, Alabama, looking for the graves of William and Anna Lemay. Unfortunately, my search was unsuccessful.
The cemetery is bisected by a road. The area on the west side of the road is known as the "Old New Garden Cemetery" and contains the oldest graves in the entire cemetery which includes those from the early to mid-late 1800's. This part of the cemetery is very overgrown, and the inscriptions on most of the grave stones are illegible or the stones have been destroyed by vandalism or the ravages of time.
After spending over 2-1/2 hours in my own unsuccessful search, I happened upon and talked with two cemetery care-takers, and neither of them remembered ever seeing the names William and Anna Lemay among the headstones. However, both said it was likely, considering the dates of death, 1855 and 1853, that if they are buried in the New Garden Cemetery, it would be in the "Old" Section.
I would be glad to go back to the cemetery in the late fall or winter when the overgrowth has died back and the threat from snakes is non-existent and look again. Sorry.
I did take photos of the "Old New Garden Cemetery" as well as the historical marker which reveals some interesting facts about the cemetery's origins. I would be glad to share those with you if you'd like.
Added by Jim Sager on Jun 24, 2013 12:20 PM
|Footprintseeker||Your photos on find-a-grave|
I am currently researching the Norris/Colvin/Strickland families (ie: James Andrew Colvin and Mary Ann Elizabeth Strickland- Colvin) and just came upon the photo you provided on find-a-grave site. I would very much like to speak to you about this family privately via e-mail when you have the spare time and are willing. Thank You.
Sherry "Footprintseeker" Bloodsworth
Perdido Bay Tribe volunteer researcher
Added by Footprintseeker on Jun 11, 2013 7:31 AM
|Robin||RE: Woody & Alice LeMay|
There was nothing on the other side of the stone. Also, I thought it was odd because it was in the middle of several Walker family headstones.
The cemetery had very old headstones along with new grave sites. It is in the middle of nowhere but very well maintained. I took several pictures. I can email them to you if you are interested.
Have a great day!
Added by Robin on Dec 10, 2012 1:36 PM
|Ramona Thigpen||Lillian Cox|
Thank you for posting the picture of Lillian Cox
Added by Ramona Thigpen on Nov 21, 2012 12:39 PM
|Asa Tiffie||RE: Thomas Henry Averitt|
your so very welcome i love to help someone out and i enjoy taking the time to do it.
Added by Asa Tiffie on Aug 15, 2012 11:41 AM
|Mary Tiffie||RE: THANK YOU for E. R. LeMay photo|
You are so welcome! Thank you for appreciating the photo. I'm so glad I could help.
Added by Mary Tiffie on May 29, 2012 8:21 AM
|Scot Dailey||RE: The Hope Family|
You are welcome. I have some Great Grand parents and lots of other distant family at Hope Cemetery. (Derhammer and Campbell I seen At least 2 other Hope headstones there, 1. Edward Hope 1814-1890 and wife Amelia 1825-1901 2. A Robert A and Betty S Hope who appear to possibly be still living. It looks to be a fairly new stone which shows both born in 1919 no death dates inscribed.
Added by Scot Dailey on May 21, 2012 6:18 AM
|Donnie Stanford||RE: Eunice Overstreet Underwood|
Glad I could do it.
Added by Donnie Stanford on May 14, 2012 6:07 AM
|Virginia Brown||George Washington Cox|
Thanks for George's correct name & for the interesting story about his death.
Let me know if you would like to maintain his memorial, & I will be happy to transfer him to your care.
You did a nice job taking & posting his tombstone.
Added by Virginia Brown on May 13, 2012 9:51 PM
|Paul ||Seymour-Rverside Kalamazoo|
Sent a E-mail and pic's did you receive them.
Added by Paul on May 03, 2012 4:37 PM
|Gravefinder45||RE: William Henry Harrison Coleman|
You are welcome. Glad I was able to help.
Added by Gravefinder45 on Apr 16, 2012 8:24 AM