|Nancy Liddell||Van Buren Union Cemetery|
Hello, I have been looking for an address for the Van Buren Union Cemetery on line and by calling an operator on the phone. There seems to be no address for this cemetery. Do you know of an address? Also, is there some one there that I can contact to get cemetery records? Maybe even a phone number? I doubt that there is a phone number if there is no address.
Thank you for your kind answer.
|Lisa Coyne Hall||Nannie Fisher Mem #34003968|
I am researching the Gifford family, some of which are buried at Hillside Mission and was wondering if you could tell me if the Nannie Fisher shown married to James E Fisher, mem #34003958 is the daughter of John Granville and Elizabeth Martin Gifford.
I found a marriage liscense for a Nannie and James (G) Fisher in 1903 at Craig Co. My g-grandmother, Edna Mae Gifford also got her liscense in Craig Co in 1906. If Nannie is the same, she would be Edna's sister.
Thank you for any information that you may be able to give me.
|MarshaJ||Found another House buried at Caley Cemetery|
C.C. House was buried by Michael and Margaret. It is a fairly small country cemetery so fel sure that they are related. Will add to the website.
Added by MarshaJ on Oct 29, 2011 6:29 PM
|Loren Bender||Anton Jindra|
Did not find the Anton Jindra you were looking for but did find one born in 1894 and added his grave photo plus a Ann and Frank Jindra.
|Lesley Gunnells-Ramos||RE: There is always still hope! (to find headstones)|
Can you send me the link of who it is? Maybe I can recommend a way to send out a photo request and get help on this.
|Lesley Gunnells-Ramos||There is always still hope! (to find headstones)|
I do not know what you were discussing with this gentleman (see this page: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=46883549), but I know I have safely found hundreds of stones that are buried (my bio should explain how I did it) . Sometimes if they are buried, also, they are very well preserved, too, because of soil, ect. There is always still hope!
Here is the first one I found like that.
All that green grass behind the stone?
It is an area that has lots and lots of buried stones:
Note that this cemetery (below) also has lots of buried stones that are full size stones (unlike the above):
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSvcid=139750&CRid=39166&pt=Mount Calvary Cemetery&
Added by Anonymous on May 13, 2011 6:33 AM
Re: Lucinda Davis
Thank you anyway for trying -- sometimes they just can't be found!!
|Mike Harcourt||Rev J. Starr|
I have transferred Rev. J. Starr's page to you since you seem to have a family connection. I only took the picture because it was a unique headstone.
|Kent Kooi||RE: James D. Starr|
Hi, No Name,
I found his pension card on Footnote.com. That is a pay-for site, but I have access through a friend. I can download his pension card for you if you'd like to have it. They download as a jpg file, so I'd have to send it to an e-mail account.
The other information on him came from one of the Civil War sites that I access through my local library. I can access it at home using my library card which is nice.
Some libraries (mine does) have Footnote available, but only in the library on their computers. You might want to check with your library system to see if they offer anything like that.
Let me know about the pension card.
|Richard Moberly||Fisher Memorials in Hillside|
Transferred the Fisher Memorials as requested. Best to you.
Findagrave Volunteer # 47003541
Washington County Oklahoma
and surrounding cemeteries
|Pam (Milliken) Redmond||Fisher's|
You're very welcome and I'm glad you found them.
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