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Renae Carpenter (#47195228)
 member for 7 years, 9 months, 5 days
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Bio Photo I will be more than happy to photograph any grave/cemetery in my area (Clarke County, Alabama). I do work full-time so please be patient.
Genealogy has been a hobby for several years now. I have always been somewhat saddened by the condition of older cemeteries. If we don't take care of them or at least record them then they will soon be lost to the elements. That is why I decided to join this website and do what I can to help locate and photograph as many graves as I can during my free time.
Most of the memorials I add are not my relatives so if you want me to transfer a memorial to you just ask. If you find errors please let me know and I'll make the corrections.
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Kaye Vernon
May Ann Margaet Price
First, I want to thank you for volunteering to photograph the stones. I am researching a Price family that was living in Marengo County, Alabama. I believe that Mary Ann Margaret Price is the first wife of William Simpson Price who died in Texas in 1877. I have request that you may not be able to grant, but here it is. I am having a hard time reading all that is on the stone. Could you look at your original picture of the stone and transcribe the pertinent information. I am hoping it will say, wife of William S Price or W S Price. Thank you for your help and, again, thank you for volunteering.

Kaye Vernon
Added by Kaye Vernon on Jul 24, 2017 8:11 AM
David W. Wilson
Marion Harper Photo
Thank you for taking the time to take the picture of Charles Marion Harper.
Added by David W. Wilson on Jul 16, 2017 3:40 PM
Bennie White
Stone photos - Pritchett family
Wow! I am overwhelmed! Thank you so much for taking the seven photos of the Pritchett family tombstones at Friendship Cemetery. Not only did you fulfill my requests, but on several double stone photos, also got the spouse! Again, thank you for taking the time out to this! It is very much appreciated!
Added by Bennie White on Jul 05, 2017 6:37 AM
Kara Harrington
Thank you!
Thank you so much for the headstone of Dixon Hestle. I am trying to find the headstones of the Hestles for my maternal grandfather.
Added by Kara Harrington on Jul 04, 2017 7:58 AM
GenealogyLibrarian
Thank You!
Thank you so much for getting the photo of Sgt. Alvin Goodwin!
Added by GenealogyLibrarian on May 11, 2017 11:26 AM
GEORGE NELSON
Grave Headstone _ Zoe William A. Luker
Headstone Photo_Zoe William A. Luker
The grave headstone photo for Zoe William A. Luker (Nov 29, 1853 - Dec 24, 1927) was taken May 27, 2012 at Live Oak Cemetery in Selma, Dallas Co, AL.
Added by GEORGE NELSON on Mar 17, 2017 6:09 AM
GEORGE NELSON
Grave Headstone _ Zoe William A. Luker
Headstone Photo_Zoe William A. Luker
The grave headstone photo for Zoe William A. Luker (Nov 29, 1853 - Dec 24, 1927) was taken May 27, 2012 at Live Oak Cemetery in Selma, Dallas Co, AL.
Added by GEORGE NELSON on Mar 17, 2017 6:08 AM
Stonewall
RE: Lemuel J Alston
Thanks!
I will check it out later this month.
Added by Stonewall on Mar 11, 2017 5:22 AM
Stonewall
Lemuel J Alston
Renae,

Do you know where Lemuel J Alston is buried? He died in 1836 on the Alston Place close to Grove Hill near where Ft. White was located. Do you know of any other Alstons in Clarke County? I live in Monroe County and plan to ride that way at the end of March.

Stonewall
Added by Stonewall on Mar 10, 2017 6:43 PM
beth
RE: Coate
It is very nice to meet you, too, Renae!!! B. J. Coate was the son of Marmaduke. It's a small small world!!! Thank you for all your hard work.
Added by beth on Jan 16, 2017 6:17 AM
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