|Ed Patton (#46506275)|
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|Jim Davis||RE: Burnett Patton|
Eddie, You're very welcome! Burnett is interred in a very nice spot. As you can imagine Los Angeles is sunny (and sometimes very hot) and his niche is in the shade with a pretty view of grass and trees. (Call me crazy but I put great importance on the view from a resting place - actually I'm a bit eccentric!) It was my pleasure to help you out, Jim
|Trickykid1||Burnett Patton - Hollywood Forever|
I am planning a photo trip to this cemetery soon. If you call the cemetery and find out the exact location of the gravesite, I will try to find him. This cemetery is too big to find someone without the Section #, Row # and Space #. Thanks!
|Ed Stallings||RE: john Irvin Patton|
I transferred him to you.
|Jennie Kimbrell Jones||Old Lebanon|
Will I meet Thomas when you get here in Nov? Jim and I would be happy to take you there in the Bronco.
Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miss chatting with ya.
|LAHudson75||RE: How to get into the old cemetery|
I am emailing you the directions to the cemetery. I printed them a few years ago from an article online, but I can no longer find a link to that article. You can park right beside the cemetery, so no need to hike for miles! My father drove, so I don't really remember the area well, but we had no problem finding the cemetery. I do remember that it seemed to be on land that a hunting club owned, but we went ahead and drove there. No one bothered us and the cemetery was very clean and well maintained. This was quite a few years ago, so I don't know what may have changed. Feel free to share the directions with anyone, or they are more than welcome to contact me and I'll be happy to send them. Good Luck! I would love to hear about your trip!
|LAHudson75||RE: Thomas Patton|
Thank you so much for your post. I went to this cemetery to photograph three graves and it was small enough that I decided to photograph all of the ones with markers. I love to hear about other people's loved ones who are buried there. They were buried so long ago, but if you hear just a little about their life, they become an actual person! I wish your son a safe return from Afghanistan and thank him and your whole family for the sacrifice that all of you are making!
Can you tell me where you got the picture of William and James Griffith in their confederate uniforms? I am really interested to know. Thanks for posting this pic.!