|Christy Pollet Petrich||Nancy Alexander photo|
Thanks so much for the wonderful photos of this marker! It is so beautiful and a great addition to her memorial! Christy
|Elizabeth Dix||Francis Arnold|
May I use your photo of Francis Arnold with my ancestry research. He is my 4th great-grandfather. The picture is beautiful. Elizabeth
|Maria Gilliland (Headstone Hunter)||100862381 Gillilan|
Thank you for caring enough to add a photo to this family members acct but please remove it as we had added location and marker photos two weeks before u uploaded yours so they were not outdated. My husband's aunt is considering adding photos honoring her baby. Thank you for hopefully understanding and considering.
Maria Scott Gilliland
|Brenda Taliaferro||Photos at Mt. Hebron Cemetery|
Thank you Cheryel and Larry for the photos of Ella
Maud Mangum's grave. I was so surprised when I heard about it.All the time she was right next to her sister, Geneva. I had a picture of her grave, but couldn't see who was buried next to her. The pictures are excellent.
|Brenda Taliaferro||My. Hebron Cemetery|
I see you took the picture of Geneva Beatrice Christian tombstone. She has a sister buried there named Ella Maude Mangum mem# 176984201. I would love a photograph of her grave. She is very special to me. Her mother and stepdad is buried there and her grandmother Mahulda Kirkland. I have a photo request out for Ella's grave. She died July 20, 1957 and was born Feb. 12, 1904. Let me know if you can do it? I will be forever grateful!
I took some photos while roaming around this cemetery and when I viewed this memorial I saw photographs had already been added. Your photos were "absolutely beautiful" of Mr. Runyans gravesite. Thanks for your willingness to be a Find A Grave volunteer/photographer! Christmas blessings, Nancy
Added by NGL on Dec 03, 2016 1:55 PM
Just noticed your photos from Wood Cemetery, Jefferson County, and just wanted to say how appreciative I am for your good work. Thanks for ALL of your contributions to the Find a Grave community.
|scienceguy48||Which William H. Smith|
I am a great grand nephew of Captain Bill Smith. According to his death certificate, he was buried in Sylone cemetery. Clearly the military headstone that fits his service (except the Captain part) is in Pettusville, and he did live there for a while.
To make matters more confusing, there was a Wiliam Harrison Smith, who was born in 1838, died in 1924, lived in Pettusville Alabama and fought for an Arkansas regiment in the war, just as Captain Bill Smith did. (his name was William H. Smith as well, he just went by Bill). William Harrison Smith is also buried in Pettusville cemetery and his grave has a military-supplied headstone.
Do you have information that says Captain Bill Smith is buried where the stone listed on this memorial indicates?
I appreciate any information.
|Bob Stanford||Pheby Martin #113282047|
Graves Cemetery Blount Co AL
Listed as Pheby Ann Williams Martin
Should be Pheby Ann Campbell Martin
My ancestors, James Burrell Bass, James Burrell Bass, Jr. and Mary E. Griffin Bass are buried in Bass Cemetery in Jefferson County. Are their headstones still standing? If not, does anyone have pictures of the headstones before they were destroyed? Is there a plot of the cemetery? If so, where is it located? I need to confirm the birth and death dates listed on findagrave. I am grateful for any information you can give me.
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