|TLilly||RE: Ray Arnold|
You're most welcome Bobbie! Glad I could help.
Added by TLilly on May 10, 2017 9:16 PM
|Mike Smith||RE: Larsen - Mt. Zion - Batesville - AR|
There is another Mount Zion Cemetery about 15 miles east of Batesville. I looked and could not find them there as well.
There are several old stones (mostly small stones) placed in the cemetery where I looked but none of them have any writing on them, or it has been so many years that it has all worn off. I know some of the family members who donated the land and who take care of the cemetery here. I will try to take time and see if they have any old records that would show burial plots for any of the Larsen family. I will keep in touch with you and let you know what I find out.
|Okfuskee County History Center||RE: Smith & Capps|
You are welcome
|Dennis Wilson||Photo Req for Jim Morrow|
I have recently photographed Fairview cemetery and saw your photo request for Jim Morrow with a DOD of 1948. I have a photo of a Jim K Morrow with a DOB of 1923 and DOD of 1944. I'll be setting up a different memorial if it is not the same person. I would ask the memorial manager but they have not responded to any of my suggestions/corrections in the last month.
|cynthia mullens||RE: Joseph A. Smith|
|Bonnie Ward Williamson||RE: Hugh McGrogan|
My pleasure. I wanted to tell you I took photos of all the McGrogan stones surrounding Hugh. If you check the photo for Mary McGrogan, she is recorded with incorrect date of birth-should be 1836 not 1886. She was probably Hugh's wife. I submitted an edit request on her date and on Hugh's name spelling and added a memorial for J. Hugh McGrogan.
|bc||RE: Gilbert Smith|
You're very welcome.
Added by bc on Aug 17, 2015 6:12 PM
|Wendy Nabors Way||RE: Sweetie Nolatubbee|
You are welcome. Glad I could take it for you. I also posted one of James Z. Nolatubby (different spelling same name) He was next to her.
|Tom White||Stroups at Grove Hill|
Pictures added for Minnie, Leslie Clark and their daughter Patricia Leota Stroup.
|Susan Cota||RE: Larson/Laursen|
This is a picture of the stated section of the cemetery. There was not a marker for Charles Larson specifically. Sometimes people changed their name to make the spelling or pronunciation easier.
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