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|Pat Wilkerson||Ralph Parker date|
Ralph Everitte Parker listed in Lafayette Memorial Park in Fayetteville does not have a death date listed on Find-a-Grave. His death date is 04 Apr. 2012. I do not have a birth date for him only 1931. If there is no date on his marker maybe adding it to find-a-grave will help people. Thanks for looking into this...he was married to my aunt, Violet Rivers Parker.
|Doc Wilson||re: Cemetery that needs separating|
I'll see what I can do. I got started on something with Cumberland Memorial Gardens and noticed that someone had placed several memorial pages there that I _know_ were for deaths that occurred long before the cemetery was opened in the mid-1960s. I checked the death certificates, and the d.c.'s say "Cumberland Mills Cemetery." I did some checking, and it turns out they were really for what is now known simply as Cumberland Cemetery (Find A Grave cemetery id #2141051). When I can finish fixing that, I'll take a look at Elmwood/Mile Branch.
|G.E. Dunlap||RE: Daughter of Marjorie fuller Davis|
Hello cousin how are we related? I'm 79 yrs and still learning how to edit this site and how to tag your family's decesed.
|G.E. Dunlap||Daughter of Marjorie fuller Davis|
Gerry Dunlap born 12-7-37 married Charles M Dunlap 6-18-60 in Pueblo Co.
|G.E. Dunlap||William David Davis|
Quine family Marjorie fuller Davis
|D||St. Pauls Episcopal Church, Edenton, NC|
all of the stones for this cemetery have been photographed...you can find them on line at Lost Souls Genealogy, Edenton, NC. When on the site search for cemetery photos, it lists all of the ones that have been photographed.
Added by D on Jun 11, 2017 7:42 PM
|Doc Wilson||RE: Isabella E. Henderson Dark|
Thanks for the vote of confidence. I do try to get the best shots I can when I'm out in the field, but when there are problems (it was an overcast day when I took that shot, and the cemetery was deep in the woods with a lot of leafy cover), there's always Paint Shop Pro (a poor man's PhotoShop).
|Doc Wilson||re: Cemetery that needs separatinglso meant to add . . .|
Let me know which one and I'll see what I can do.
|Ken||RE: Alexander Wesley Bullard|
The last photo I posted maxed you out at 5. The last market was for:
Robert H. Bullard
Oct 9, 1916
Nov 22, 1941
Glad I could help. Its a pretty cemetery in a beautiful setting.
Added by Ken on Jun 04, 2017 6:30 PM
|Doc Wilson||Also meant to add . . .|
. . . that -- now I that I have the time -- I may take on Cumberland Memorial Gardens as a project. It's time to put that "violation of privacy for families of the deceased" canard to rest.
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