|Denise (Deni) Earle (#46620406)|
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I descend from William Crawford McAlister and Mary "Polly" Webb McAlister. They are buried in Dover, Pope County Arkansas. Photo requests: I try to do them when I can.PLEASE! Don't send me obituaries in Suggest a Corrections (SAC) as they are protected by copyright law.On the other hand, always feel free to contact me with a SAC if you note an error on one of my memorials!|
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|rick pickwick||RE: mary clay & isaac brackett|
Thanks for the reply. Isaac Brackett III and 2nd wife Susan (Green) Brackett are both in Sterling Cemetery in Stowe VT. His 1st wife Mary Clay interred location is unknown. She and her two children are probably in a cemetery in Sterling or Mansfield, both of which are now part of Stowe VT.
see find a grave memorial # 14288449 for Isaac Brackett.
The head stone pic is great, it is what I see in the second pic of the plot. One larger stone and in front two smaller stones. They appear to be VERY close to the Isaac & Susan stone. So I was wondering what else those other stones might show; Mary, Daniel & Bathsehba???
|rick pickwick||mary clay & isaac brackett|
Thanks for the transfer of Isaac Brackett's memorial. I am still looking for Mary Clay cemetery plot and her parents. I was looking at the pic that you took of the plot. In it is Isaac & susan's grave. Very close is an older stone and two smaller ones. I was wondering if you had pics of them too? I am wondering if those are Mary Clay Brackett son Daniel and dau Bathsehba, all died about the same time in 1830 in the mansfield vt or stowe area.
|Cheshire||RE: Dave Harvey|
So glad to help :)
Added by Cheshire on Sep 07, 2016 4:58 AM
|Lynn J. Gauthier||Susan Coffin|
Thank you for the updated information. It has been added to her Find A Grave page
Have a great day
|RPhilpott||Shiloh Crossroads Church Cemetery|
I noticed that you are credited for the photo of the Shiloh Crossroads Church Cemetery in Greers Ferry, Cleburne Co, AR. That is the reason I thought you might know the answer to my question.
I did a search for photo requests in my area (Russellville) and this cemetery came up. I think there is a problem with the location listed. The Map/GPS coordinates have the cemetery located in Russellville/Pope County.
Do you know how to correct this discrepancy on Find-A-Grave? Your profile makes me think you are more experienced than I am. :-)
|Dorothy||RE: SAG Mary Button|
Added by Dorothy on Mar 07, 2016 1:13 AM
|Glynda||Hines at Everett Cem.|
Thank you so much for putting the picture of the stone for Callie Ethel Hines. I was just at the cemetery last week and took pictures but didn't realize there was not one for her. She is my dau-in-law's granny.
Added by Glynda on Feb 08, 2016 8:06 AM
|Glynda||Oscar and Callie Hines|
Would you please add the tombstone picture that you have for Oscar Hines, memorial # 32537041 to his wife Callie, memorial # 58670127. Thank you.
Added by Glynda on Feb 01, 2016 9:25 AM
|Wona Chennault||RE: Ashford Pettit|
I don't think I ever sent you thank you on your reply to me some time back on my question regarding Ashford Pettit. Please let me thank you now.
|John Steward||RE: Lute Cemetery and Allen family of Shaddy Grove|
Hi, Dennis - I hope you and yours are doing well.
Regarding Sallie Anna Treece: "Anna" comes from the 1930 Census.
Please feel free to disregard the "Sarah" suggestion. Looking back, I find that it is from an Ancestry.com family tree and does not list a source. Although Sally is a common nickname for Sarah, I do not have documentation that this is the case for this person. Thank you for catching that.
Thanks for all of your work,
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