|carol wilson||RE: malcolm|
you are very welcome and if I can be of more help please let me know, I am related to half of them also
I SEEN WHERE SOMEONE HAD TOLD YOU THAT YOU WOULD NEED 4X4 BUT IF YOU GO IN FROM FORT RUN SIDE ITS BETTER THAN POWDER SPRING. I TOOK MY 2009 EGUINOX CHEV AND DIDN'T HAVE ANY TROUIBLE BUT WOULDN'T ADVISE GOING ALL THE WAY THROUGH TURN AROUND AND GO BACK WHEN YOU REACH THE CEM. THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO LIVE UP THERE NOW.
I DID FIND THE WIFE OF EDWARD MALCOLM
I visited Baldwin cem Saturday and couldn't locate Edward Malcombs stone. My husband and I both looked for it and couldn't locate it.
|Yvonne Kanapaux||Incorrect cemetery entries|
Cynthia, I was looking at the entries you made for Magnolia Cemetery just by looking at the photo's I could tell you entered several that are actually in St. Lawrence and are aready listed on this site. There are very distinct features in St.Lawrence that do not exsist in Magnolia. The copeings around plots & the stones being so bright & clean are one of St. Lawrence's outstanding care. It is a perpetual care cemetery, Magnolia is not unless paid for & even then families have to keep n top of it. My maternal great-grandmother & 2 of her daughters are buried in Magnolia with a copeing that has "Perpetual Care" inscribed in it. a few years ago I found the plot had sunk and 2 makers were missing, I poked into the ground & located them about 6 inches below the ground. I stopped by the office & asked for them to be raised & more dirt added. I was told rather gruffly "we'll look into it" it took me going there & calling once a week for over a month for the matter to be taken care of. This cemetery is a "Trust" not a church or privately owned. As for St. Lawrence almost all the markers have been photographed & are on ths site.
|Yvonne Kanapaux||Capt. John T. Kanapaux|
You are incorrect about the cemetery,the Kanapaux's are buried in St. Lawrence. Many people don't realize where the boundry line for Magnolia & St. Lawrence is. It's just a very narrow "road" that was used when horse drawn wagon hearses were used, called the North Rd. The Capt. was my great grandfather, his sons are buried in the same plot, one being my grandfather. I had the Capt's stone placed several years ago.Thank you for your interest but trust me I know where all my family members are buried
|P.J. Funkhouser||RE: Annie M. Malcomb|
You are very welcome! If you plan to visit the grave site, I would recommend 4 wheel drive lol. Only one rough hill to climb and then flat the rest of the way...but it is an unpaved road and in very rough shape!