|drouen||Ratliff or Ratcliff Boone|
I noticed Turkey Creek cemetery isn't completely cataloged, i was wondering if you might have found my many times grandfather Ratliff, he was last in census before he died in ca 1875 he was married at one time to an Indian named Satsy leah their daughter Mary Boone Davis (b 1820-22) It would be awesome to know precisely where he is resting.
Mary Boone Davis had many children one of which bears his grandfathers name Ferdinand Ratliff Davis of Bay Florida, his sister and youngest child ( of Mary) Ivy Della Davis Paulk who was 3 times my grand mother. Anyway Ratliff is something of an enigma to us all, any light you could shed and share would be so gratefully appreciated.
Added by drouen on Apr 30, 2017 5:33 PM
|C Bozeman||Dollie Bozeman Foreman|
THANK YOU SO MUCH for the marker and photo on Dollie Bozeman Foreman's grave! Bless you!
|Glenn M. Massey||John David Holloway # 95359303|
Thank you for the great memorial photo of our family member. God Bless.
|Greg Kimberley||RE: Thanks|
Thank you. I also added memorials and photos for Catherine's parents and brother Alton, who are buried to the right (North) of Catherine and her husband Charles. Best Regards, Greg.
|Ed Hallman||Find A Grave Memorial# 91573221|
Thanks for the heads up on Betty Fussell. I have removed the memorial and offered a suggestion to add info to the earlier citation.
|J.D. Larimore||Madie Bell Taylor @ Pamlico Mem Gardens|
Thanks so much for the headstone photo!
|Irene White||Jay HollisWhite|
Thank you for taking the picture.
|C Bozeman||DOLLIE BOZEMAN FOREMAN, WEBSTER CO|
THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH for the photo of her grave marker! I got a photo today of her son in St. Pete Florida!
Thanks for the marker photo for Ann Renfroe.
Added by Jones on Feb 05, 2016 7:44 PM
|Jason Presley||RE: Pvt John Charles Slocumb #10501837|
If you click on the cemetery name and look at the other photos of the cemetery, you'll see a photo with a flagpole. In an arc, facing the flag, are about 30 similar period Veterans Affairs stones. The memorial was placed by the Wabash Chapter of the DAR in 1964. They might be able to provide more information.
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