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Cheryl Logan (#47362034)
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Bio Photo I was born and raised in Texas. My relationships with my grandparents was close. I inherited all their photo albums. Ancestry.com and Findagrave.com provides an ideal place I can pay tribute and maybe some loving closure to a relationship gone. When I joined Findagrave I discovered one grandmother had a lovely page and the other didn't even have one. That had to be remedied. Well, you know how it is.
Feel free to use any photo I provide. I try to get permission before using someone else's.
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Liz Bearden Smith
RE: Jimmie Logan
Hi Cheryl,
Yes that cemetery is big. We even got lost inside it. We stopped at the front office (chapel) and the lady gave us a map and looked up the plots for us. Sadly, I can not find that map. I must have thrown it away, sorry. If I am remembering correctly, Section Q is on the left hand side going in, go past the fountain, go past the tall monument in the middle of the cemetery. Over on the right, not a paved road, but a path made by the maintenance trucks. Section Q goes all the way to the left hand fence. It doesn't have many upright markers. Jimmie is about in the middle of the section. I think we counted 10 or 12 graves from the paved road. Good Luck. If you go during open hours, stop at the office. They were very very nice to us.
Added by Liz Bearden Smith on Nov 28, 2016 9:33 AM
Vicky Huckaba Alred
RE: Joyce C Sparks
Yes. Sorry it took so long to answer you but I have been sick. Use any photo I have that you need. Thanks, Vicky
Added by Vicky Huckaba Alred on Jul 04, 2012 7:57 PM
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James Daniel
Fairview cemetery is HUGE..there is NO WAY a single individual searched the entire cemetery --it would take WEEKS! Just wanted to let you know. I was there last week--took lots of photos--looking for no one in particular but adding photos to findagrave as I have time--I'll cross my fingers I got yours by chance. :)
Added by A on Nov 17, 2011 11:39 AM
Walk The Earth
William Jackson Moncrief
Please request a marker picture again. I added his death certificate and it can only go under "grave" - where you would normally place the marker picture. It popped your request as soon as I added the document. Perhaps it will help you in some way. I have linked a fair amount of this family - they are not kin to me. They are buried at several different cemeteries.
Added by Walk The Earth on Sep 12, 2011 7:02 AM
David L Nesbitt
RE: J and E Nelson
The covered gravesites are fairly common in the smaller church or community style cemeteries, along with the modern type of small headstones. Mainly it is whatever the family desires or can afford to have placed on the gravesite. I also took an overall picture of the Baugh family plot that had several more graves within. I will be glad to add it to the memorials if you so desire or I can email you the pic for your files.
Added by David L Nesbitt on Aug 23, 2011 7:21 PM
LeRoy Hanson
RE: Robert A Logan
You may certainly copy any of my photos. I do not do this for my gratification but for others to use.
God Bless
LeRoy
Added by LeRoy Hanson on May 20, 2011 6:27 AM
L. Phillips
RE: Scoggin cemetery
Yes
Added by L. Phillips on May 18, 2011 2:12 PM
Mary Cofer
RE: Dickson s at Smyrna
Yes, you may use any of the pictures and information. Hope it will help in your research.
Mary
Added by Mary Cofer on May 18, 2011 9:46 AM
L. Phillips
RE: Scoggin cemetery
Thank You ill find it one day when im not looking so
hard.
Added by L. Phillips on May 17, 2011 10:51 PM
Calvin Kyle Bobbitt
RE: photo use?

Yes, you may copy my photos of Belands and Moncriefs in Emmaus Cemetery in Troup Co., GA.

Do you have anymore info on the inscription on Amanda F. Moncrief's broken stone?

No.
Added by Calvin Kyle Bobbitt on May 01, 2011 4:23 PM
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