|Fiori||John Franklin Martin|
Carrie, thank you for adding John on Find-A-Grave. I have him with a middle name of Ferris, his mother's maiden name. The dates and name of the cemetery are the same.
Added by Fiori on Jul 19, 2017 6:42 PM
|Keren Sites||Theodore Phillips|
I am looking for Theodore G Phillips. I may have found his grave but the inscription says it's for a Clayton Kemp...could this be the wrong inscription? Would you have any information on Theodore Phillips?
Thanks for your time,
|Betty L. Gonzales||Adams, Dwight & Mary K.|
I had a request for a Adams in the Tower of Memories and thought I would take some more of the Adams, I photographed Dwight M and Mary K. Adams, and a reflection from the stain glass window reflected on the memorial plaque. it is Christ standing. I went back in the late afternoon when the sun is to the West and the reflection is still there. DO YOU WANT ME TO POST THE PHOTOGRAPH?
|David Stearns||Oscar and Alice Coy|
Any relation to the Coy's? I believe their grandson James M. Coy is buried there. Their son, Archie L. Coy is probably buried there too with his wife Adella C., but so far I cannot find them. Obituaries for Archie and Adella state funeral at Crown Hill with interment to follow. They have not been able to find any records of burial.
James M. Coy was married to my wife Konnie back around 1967. Curious if you have any further information on this family. Thanks, David
Carrie thanks for you photo's on them.
|Janet||Coureton family photos|
Hello, Carrie. Thank you so much for the wonderful photos in Woodfin Cemetery. Best wishes
Added by Janet on May 31, 2012 10:32 PM
|Pam R.||Jamison and Phebe Dickey|
Thanks so much for taking photos of their graves. It is much appreciated.
Added by Pam R. on May 31, 2012 10:12 PM
Thank you for the photos of the markers Edith and Alma Irwin.
They are much appreciated....
|Bob Keith||James S. T. and Catherine C. Prosser Davis|
Thank you so much for the Davis photo's you posted. I really appreciate it!
Thank you for attempting to locate the grave of Elijah Littell. Undoubtedly, his is one of the very old and unreadable stones. I do appreciate your looking.
Added by Lori on Nov 22, 2011 8:51 PM
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