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Loneta Boyer (#47325644)
 member for 6 years, 8 months, 2 days
RE: Change, Earnest Farmer
you are very welcome. and thank you for the correction. I am NOT related to this Farmer family, so I wasn't entirely certain. however, after numerous times running across the year 1886 for his birth year, i got to feeling more confident requesting the change.
have a great weekend!

Added by snipps on Mar 04, 2017 7:37 AM

Alpha Omega
RE: John Dobbs
I think I got all marked stones in Dobbs Cemetery. I decided to cruise Old Byler Rd and just stumbled up on Dobbs Cemetery. I appreciate your appreciation.

Gale Hobbs

Added by Alpha Omega on Feb 10, 2017 2:18 PM

Tracie Shrader Flack
Oscar Monroe Sharp
I am pleased to inform you that Oscar indeed married and had 3 children.I am in the employ of one of his descendants and I will try to remember to make the family connections for him on Findagrave. Thank you for your efforts in maintaining this memorial! Tracie

Added by Tracie Shrader Flack on Nov 11, 2016 4:42 PM

Tracie Shrader Flack
Oscar Monroe Sharp
I am pleased to inform you that Oscar indeed married and had 3 children.I am in the employ of one of his descendants and I will try to remember to make the family connections for him on Findagrave. Thank you for your efforts in maintaining this memorial! Tracie

Added by Tracie Shrader Flack on Nov 11, 2016 4:30 PM

Kate Messer
RE: Thank you
Dear Loneta,

I'm really sorry there are no gravestones. Just to give you a heads up, I didn't notice if you put in a request for pictures of headstones for the Thomas Arnold cemetery nearby, but there are no headstones there either, just a family monument. I'm not sure what happened with Stephen, but I understand the land on which Thomas' cemetery was owned by a man who became fed up with people wanting to see the cemetery and got rid of them. I'm not sure if he bulldozed them under, carted them off or what.

Also, not sure if you are writing a book, doing research for someone or if you are related, but

Thomas Arnold is my 5th Great Grandfather, so is Stephen.



Added by Kate Messer on Jul 03, 2016 5:56 PM

Connie Clark
RE: Thank you
You are very welcome! It was Wayne who went out and found this. Glad he found it for you! Best Wishes, Connie

Added by Connie Clark on Jan 17, 2016 1:33 PM

I will email you.
Judy Harrison-Foster

Added by JHarrison on Jan 10, 2016 2:11 PM

Dianne Wood
RE: Thank you
You're welcome. Don't know why I didn't put them on earlier, I took them in 2008 when the plantation had an open house.

Added by Dianne Wood on Jan 04, 2016 2:30 PM

RE: Margaret Roby
I deleted the duplicates that must have at the time that i was having trouble setting up memorials and they would duplicate as i punched the button again. All on same day. Sorry know nothing more from library records. I thought consort meant spouse. Will havevto check into that

Added by baack40 on Dec 07, 2015 7:32 AM

Mona Taylor
RE: Thank you so much
you are welcome

Added by Mona Taylor on Nov 04, 2015 9:40 PM

Mona Taylor
Sounds Good .Good Luck in your search

Added by Mona Taylor on Oct 28, 2015 9:46 AM

Mona Taylor
Just let me know if you have anyone elso you would like me to look for I will gladly do what I can to help you find your family

Added by Mona Taylor on Oct 27, 2015 3:19 PM

Cindy Helm Chadduck
RE: Thank you
You are welcome!

Added by Cindy Helm Chadduck on Oct 15, 2015 7:14 PM

Re; Kid
You are probably right about needing a kid to fix the upload. Thanks. I will have to talk with mine. :) Have a great week.

Added by Jennifer on Oct 08, 2015 6:00 AM

RE: Thank you
You are very welcome. I enjoyed taking the photos. Do you know how to get this website to stop turning the photos on their sides?

Added by Jennifer on Oct 07, 2015 12:39 PM

RE: Thank you
Your welcome, I also just added a picture of the original monument that was was placed in Greenlawn Cemetery. They moved the soldiers remains up to Crown Hill, but the monument went to Garfield park for some reason. And a picture of the plaque with his name on it, from the original monument.

Added by DLucid on Sep 13, 2015 10:59 AM

JM Herman
RE: James M Arnold
Ephraim and Abigail Arnold is the parents of James M. Arnold. Ephraim married Abigail before 1826. Ephraim died in 1867 in Benton Co,TN. Abigail died about 1869 in Benton Co.,TN.

Added by JM Herman on Aug 31, 2015 7:28 PM

JM Herman
RE: James M Arnold
Ma'am, I do indeed, know James Arnold's parents. My girlfriend is the 2nd great granddaughter of James and she has a book of the entire Arnold clan. I can answer many of your questions.

Added by JM Herman on Aug 30, 2015 4:34 PM

Lee Welch
Juliana North
Loneta, I saw your photo request for the grave of Juliana North (1835-unknown) at Sharpsburg Baptist Church Cemetery in Sharpsburg, Georgia. I have photographed that entire cemetery this year. There is a marker for Julina North 1833-1910). I know the spelling of the first name and the birth date are not a perfect match, but could that be the one you want? I posted that photo on memorial 64591283. There is some onfo on her family there too. Please take a look.


Added by Lee Welch on Aug 11, 2015 7:37 PM

Shirley Perez
RE: Eli Scott
The info I was give is that he was shot by George Washington Smith his wife Martha's half brother. Some kind of disagreement. I have copies of some of the documents concerning this "fued" between Eli and his brothers-in-law from old Sarber County records. I will try emailing you!


Added by Shirley Perez on Mar 31, 2015 6:45 PM

Tony Bell
RE: Thank you
Always glad to help!


Added by Tony Bell on Oct 30, 2014 2:20 AM

Sarah Black
Lois Kathleen O'Brion
The dates were 1921-1937

Added by Sarah Black on Oct 27, 2014 3:43 PM

Sarah Black
RE: Thank you
There was a marker for a 16 yr old girl Lois Kathleen next to the O'Brion marker. Would that be a daughter? I took the picture if you can confirm and want to do a memorial. There was no last name so I am not certain

Added by Sarah Black on Oct 27, 2014 3:42 PM

Stacey Ness
Hazel Walsh
I looked for Ms. Walsh yesterday. This cemetery is enormous. There are about 21,000 burials here. If you look at the photos for this cemetery, there is a map and you will see names of different sections. Each section has upward of 400 plots in it. If you could get the name of the section it would help. I don't have a map of plots and when I go there the office is hardly ever open so I can't access the map inside the office. I will be going back now and then and if you call the office at 816-279-5005 and get a section name and post it on the memorial page, someone should have a better chance of finding the marker. Directions or a location within the section could help as well. The office personnel don't want a person like me asking for the locations of a whole bunch of people....they just don't have time for it all at once.
I hope this will help you find your loved one.

Added by Stacey Ness on Oct 19, 2014 2:59 PM

Della Coen Yocum Lipe
RE: Mary Townsend
Loneta, I do believe Mary was born in 1869 because she is on the 1870 census (1 yr. old) with her parents. Her mother was Luticia TIPTON who marr. James F. Boyett. Mary was the oldest of their 7 children. Luticia was the sister of my first husband's great-grandmother, Mary Ann "Polly" TIPTON MUSGROVE BRIGANCE. I do have a LOT on this family that I would share with you. I have been researching them since 1978.

It is interesting that you mentioned going to the cemetery today because I just told my husband this morning that I wanted to go down there and try to find the tombstone (IF one exists). I would love to e-mail you with some more. Would that be ok?

Added by Della Coen Yocum Lipe on Aug 07, 2014 7:57 AM


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