|Mary Whithead Overson (#47472558)|
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Being a wife and mother are my full time occupations, but I do spend quite a bit of my time doing genealogy. I have found a lot of strength as I learn more about the people who paved the way for me, as well as more purpose to my life. I hope that I can help others along the way!|
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|Ecclesiastes 3:1-8||esther and George whitehead|
I placed a photo of the restored headstone on both their sites 78118
Thank you very much for the nice note and info about Mrs. Cesario. You are a very thoughtful person. No, I'm not related to her, but going into her memorial, I realized I had never left her a flower, which I usually do when entering a memorial.
Added by Barb on Apr 10, 2013 12:35 PM
I am not sure of the piece of broken headstone. The photo was taken by a volunteer as I don't live in the area where the cemetery is. I am related to the Warwood's/Worwood's but am not able to find any documents that prove the spelling is either Normand or Norman.
Added by Anne on Apr 03, 2013 7:13 PM
|Laquata McDonald||James W. Simister|
Sorry to say but there is no grave marker to photo. I looked carefully going back and forth over the area where he is buried. He is buried in this cemetery as he is listed on the sheet showing where people are buried, but there just isn't a marker. Since you mentioned that he never married and had no children, perhaps that explains why. He is listed in Block 18, lot 6, but there is nothing there.
Thanx for the info on Bill James. He sounded like a character. I posted your information.
Added by mj on Jun 03, 2012 1:10 PM
Updated the memorial. Thanks for the info. If you know of his wife or other son's memorial I will happily link them.
Added by xchaser on Mar 25, 2012 6:57 PM