|Beverly Joe Vaughn ☮||RE: Charles A. Clark|
You're so very welcome!
I don't have a date on the pic of Charles' stone, so no clue when it was taken. Sometimes it's months before I get around to adding a pic to a memorial.
|Emory Ferguson||RE: Thank you|
You're welcome. Getting to know the cemetery quite well. --- EJF
|DandNWalker||Rowland I Terry - Memorial 26953206|
Hello! I am also researching the Terry family in Hinds County, Mississippi. Are you a descendent of the Terrys? Mary Terry Hutchison (1913-2000) was my fatherís half-sister. Her parents were my grandfather James Luther Hutchison (1894-1936) and Mary Terry Burnet Hutchison (1892-1913). We donít know very much about that side of the family, and Iím just getting started in my research. I was recently on vacation in Mississippi, and did find some interesting information that may interest you. I found a book called ďThe Old Cemeteries of Hinds County, MississippiĒ at the Terry Library. I looked up your request for Rowland I Terry (1802-1836) and found that he is not buried at the Terry Cemetery in town, but is buried at the William S Terry Family Cemetery. According to the book, the cemetery is located on private property ďnear County Line Church, between I-55 and the ICC (railroad) tracksĒ. We found the County Line Church between Terry and Crystal Springs (assuming itís the Copiah County/Hinds County line), but were unable to locate the cemetery. I made a copy of the page that lists Rowland I Terry with the authorís directions to the cemetery and her remarks, and also a copy of the cover of the book. It was written by Mary Collins Landin in 1988. I also have copies of the two pages of Terrys who are buried in the Terry Cemetery. If you would like the copies, please let me know and Iíll e-mail them to you. Iím sorry I couldnít locate the cemetery. If the book had given GPS coordinates, we might have had better luck.
Wishing you Godís peace Ė NWalker
|Kenneth A. Allgood||RE: Thanks!|
You're very welcome!
|Kenneth A. Allgood||RE: Thanks for all the hard work|
You're very welcome! Anything you need let me know!
|Millie Ann||RE: Thank you|
Your welcome and your right it is unusual and beautiful, also photographed really well.
|Jeff Roberts||Frederick Martin|
I found a gravestone for Fredrick Martin in Sec 111 of Woodland Cemetery. However the birth date is 1822 not 1812, the death date is correct though. Is it possible that the dates are incorrect? Please let me know. I have the pic if you want me to send it to you.
|E. Robert Malone||RE: Jacob Schuler|
There are a couple of other names on his monument, but they are hard to read; one of them appears to be for a Margaret or Margaretha, (records give her dates to be 5/4/1828 - 6/21/1884).
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||GENERAL JACKSON WHITMIRE|
Hi! We have put the following message as a "data flower" on his Find A Grave Memorial so his family might write back and give us more info:
Hundreds of "In Memory" plaques placed by cemetery caretakers exist where field stones were placed by families. UNKNOWN #123 WHITMIRE plaque is between MARGIE C & MARION A PETIT and CORA S WHITMIRE (General Jackson Whitmire's 2nd wife). Info?
- E-mail MIDDLEFORK2846@GMAIL.COM
|NGL||RE: Thank you|
I also took a marker photo of Charles Heath's spouse, Ida Pressley Heath, and another grave alongside them: Louise Heath Yeates (wasn't sure if that was a daughter.) Always glad to do such a small favor. Merry Christmas! Nancy
Added by NGL on Dec 13, 2012 7:58 PM
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