Just a note on Josephus & Elcy Potter's stone - the bushes are too thick to get a view of the other two sides, but it's possible Welcome Potter is on there.
|Tracey Saxey||William Card research|
Kimberly, I noticed you requested photos from the Card Cemetery in Troupsburg New York. I am a descendant of WIlliam Card and am researching the family line. Do you have any family history on this family? If so, I would love to see what you have. Thanks
This site may help with your search for these stones.
Added by TLT on Oct 08, 2013 1:34 AM
|H M G||Photo request for James H. Bynum|
I have removed your photo request for Mr. James H. Bynum in the Floresville City Cemetery as he is not buried there. He is, however, buried in Fairview Cemetery in Wilson County and there is a headstone photo for him on memorial #80613307.
Added by H M G on Jan 02, 2012 11:56 AM
|Patricia Kemper||Rhoda Bynum d.1874|
Land for Oak Branch was not donated until 1875; the first burial was Susaner Bynum in 1881. Rhoda is not in the published cemetery record nor did I find a marker for her when I walked the cemetery in 2008. I've sent "Marigay," who entered the memorial, the same info.
|Becky Romo||RE: Mary Toombs|
You are more than welcome. I have just started taking pictures for Find A Grave. If you have anymore requests in this area, please let me know I would love to assist you.
|YAVUZ BILGIN||david esplin|
thanks for the pic and your time
|YAVUZ BILGIN||ann esplin|
thanks for the pic
|Ted Deen||RE: Toumbes-Venable Cemetery|
I spoke to Paul Ridenour again and he confirmed there is not a headstone for Martha Toumbes. However he is trying to locate the pictures he took of the rest of the graves. have a great day!!
Added by Ted Deen on Sep 30, 2010 7:18 AM
|Ted Deen||Toumbes-Venable Cemetery|
I live about 15 minutes away from the cemetery location. I went but could not find it. Did a little research and found that the cemetery had been photographed in 2008 by Paul Ridenour. He has an article on his website about the cemetery and stated he was unable to locate Martha Toumbes grave at the time. Take a look at his website to read the article.
Added by Ted Deen on Sep 24, 2010 3:18 PM
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