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LSH (#47057569)
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Millard & Emma McMillan
I'm not sure of their exact plot location, but when you go in the cemetery, take the first left. They are there on the right sort of at the intersection of section U and section 14. Some Barbers are nearby as well.
Added by Merf on Apr 22, 2013 11:34 AM
I've transferred Frank McMillan to you, and I'd previously transferred Gertrude Rushin.

The only thing you have to do to maintain a memorial is to add info you feel is important, and make family links if you know them. You are free to edit it as you see fit.

So glad to get these folks with family...

Plus, when you send edits, you should log in to Find A Grave first so all your info comes with the emails. Other people not familiar with you may have a hard time finding your contributor number to make transfers or to reply back to you.
Added by Merf on Apr 22, 2013 10:09 AM
RE: Orlando McMillan
Gertrude Rushin is at Greenwood. I found her cemetery index card. It says she's in section B. If she's by the fence, that's one of the "stranger's row" sections. Usually used for people who didn't have a family plot, or were poor. Most of those graves are unmarked. Section B has been photographed, so if her marker didn't turn up on findagrave, then she doesn't have one.

The cemetery index card doesn't even have a plot location - only the section number, which is unusual.
Added by Merf on Apr 11, 2013 10:58 AM
RE: Orlando McMillan
You are so very welcome. I'm glad after it took me so long to figure him out, that someone was looking for him! Makes it even more worthwhile!

It's true that a fire swept through the section he is in, but the markers that were destroyed were made of cypress. His was stone. I don't know when it fell and broke, but I don't think it's been like that since the 1930's, when the fire happened. Only one cypress marker remains, in a different section, and it just looks like upright driftwood.

If you'd like me to transfer your Great Grandfather to your care, I'll be glad to. Is there any other family you think may be in Greenwood? I'll gladly find out for you.

Added by Merf on Apr 07, 2013 6:16 PM

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