just a quick message to say hi, I to am a relative of daniel francis Lihue marbut jr. he is my great great grandfather, I am the great granddaughter of mary luiza marbut hllis.
|Marty and Julie Spillman Stewart||Sarah Morgan - New Boggy|
I added photo of the Sarah Morgan stone at New Boggy creek. As you can see it is easily readable. She is buried next to a hard to read stone, but it looks like "Ethline Morgan". (Can't read dates) The next closest grave is "Edward Perkins 1900-1914) This cemetery is very old and very vandalized. It has both Black and White burials. I hope this helps.
|Sennman||Dolly Cornelia Senn|
Source: FamilySearch.org Georgia Marriages, 1808-1967 "Joshua Marbut & Cornelia Senn, 23 Dec 1866, Newton, Georgia"
Cornelia Senn was also called Dolly Cash Plunkett Senn.
Their son's (James Luther Marbut) death record calls her Neely Senn.
Do you know when she died or where she is buried?
I have an ancestor tree for her.
Thanks James L. Senn.
Added by Sennman on Dec 01, 2015 1:06 AM
|Carl||RE: Sgt Thomas Wilson Morrison|
Added by Carl on Aug 04, 2014 5:24 PM
|Carl||Sgt Thomas Wilson Morrison|
I would like you permission to use your VA tombstone photo for my CW tombstone photo database of those that came from Lawrence County Ohio. You will be given credit for it.
Thanks in advance
This is a project of the Lawrence County Ohio Genealogical Society.
Added by Carl on Apr 07, 2014 9:55 PM
|Nicole Brunot||Almon and Amy|
I just added Almon and Amy's headstone pictures, I'm glad I could help. If you want, I can e-mail you the better quality copies. Let me know if you're interested.
|Dixie Home Georgia||Dr. Daniel P. Marbut|
Jason, Thank You So Much, for adding a Picture of The Headstone for Dr. Daniel Marbut. My 2nd great-grandmother, Susan Marbut and many of her family are all buried along the Georgia/Alabama State Line Counties. The Marbut were wonderful People, and as you know there were many, many Dozen of them in The Confederate States Army. God Bless You, Cindy R.
|david ||Sarah Bassham|
i was unable to locate this stone. i went through the cemetery as good as i could but they were getting ready to have a funeral service. some of the stones are old and weathered so im going to do a chalk rub on them to see if one of them is the one your looking for. i will keep you updated.
Added by david on Sep 08, 2011 11:44 AM
|Sandra Wysong||RE: James & Ann Holmes|
Not a problem at all. The crypt is about 5 feet tall and the marker on top is rather pieced together. I was not tall enough to read it all nor get a good photo of it.
Do you know who William Winston Holmes was? If I have time, will go back with a footstool to get a better shot. The cemetery is well mowed, but seems to have been neglected years prior and slowly things fading away.
|C. Walsh||Hall County Genealogy|
I'm very glad that I was able to help you a little bit. Have you checked the census records for Hall County? That might give you the names of some family members.Good Luck!
Added by C. Walsh on May 25, 2011 6:02 PM
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