|Dana Moore Gray||RE: Moore|
Hi. I was reviewing old messages and am not certain if I replied to yours. Knox Polk was a common "middle name" for males born around 1845 because the current president at the time was James Knox Polk. I've seen the trend of naming sons after presidents during the 1800s. Hope this helps. Thanks.
|Deborah Siebenhausen Kiley||RE: Benjamin O Moore|
You are most welcome
|Mary Lou & Dixon||Floyd Oaks|
You're very welcome. My pleasure, I assure you. It's a lovely place.
thanks for maintaining the findagrave sites for my relatives.
Added by CarpBizz on Jun 23, 2015 2:57 PM
Thanks for the tip. Thanks for the kind words.
I shall make me a little bag to keep in the car.
If you need any more help, let me know.
I will update you on the Cemetery when I hear from the Cemetery Association.
Added by Annita on Feb 11, 2015 7:06 AM
I have checked for him so many times. I thought maybe,I'm missing it.
There is no caretaker. Nor is there a Military section.
I am trying to get in touch with the Pleasanton Cemetery Association.
This place needs help.
30% of the stones are in the ground and or on there way in there. I dug one out with my hands, just to see the name on it.
I can't even find his wife's stone which has a picture of it already.
I'll leave his name and everyone else's there too.
Added by Annita on Feb 10, 2015 6:20 PM
I was wondering could Oscar have been buried with a different first name?
I have been looking for him and I can't find his name any where.
Have you seen his death certificate? Does it state he is buried there, with the name Oscar?
Not trying to bother you just trying to find Oscar.
Added by Annita on Feb 07, 2015 7:34 AM
|Luella Hinrichsen||RE: Bio|
Desi, This is a great pastime and I really enjoy it when I can help others find family and add to memorials. Almost all are appreciative of our efforts and it restores our faith in mankind! If there are other relatives you may think are in Seneca City, but aren't listed, let me know and I'll see if I can find them. :) Luella
|Bedelia Elllison||RE: Newton & Beauford Hanks|
This was my third trip to find them. I went out in the summer but it was very overgrown. When I went out today, I photographed every headstone in the cemetery and I added all the headstones I could identify to Find A Grave. I also added all names in the Maury County Cemetery Index that was not on Find A Grave. Check the site again, you may find someone else that you need. Checkout C.S.Hanks - I do not know if this is one of your family, but according to the Maury County Cemetery Index, it is the oldest grave in the cemetery.
Wanted to let you know i located clarance james follis and zuma follis daughter bobby faye..I have linked them! thought you would like to know! chat soon barb!
Added by barbara on Oct 28, 2013 10:59 PM
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