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Joe Wages (#47635028)
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jnwinget
James Alvin Morse and Fora Wages
A woman located James Alvin Morse and Flora Wages headstone in Bee Branch Cemetery, Arkansas. But she didn't think Flora was buried there. I am trying to contact the cemetery to find out and set up on find a grave. Do you have any information about where she is buried or anything about them. I have found little information about this family. This is my grandpa's brother. Thank you for any information.
Jan,
Added by jnwinget on Oct 13, 2013 12:33 AM
Red
RE: Wages
Do you want a closeup of the dates?
Added by Red on May 04, 2012 8:31 AM
Red
RE: Wages
Do you have any info on my grandparents-Roberts or Young? I don't have much past Moses. I noticed that Lewis Roberts was married to Sarah Wages who according to the dates could be John Wesley's sister. John's son Hezekiah was the first tombstone we found. He is buried right next to the Stone's. There was another stone beside John's that was so worn we could not read. We have a picture of it but did not put on findagrave. Do you think that could be Elizabeth's?
Added by Red on May 03, 2012 5:56 PM
Red
Wages
Sorry about sending message twice.
Added by Red on May 03, 2012 2:09 PM
Red
RE: John Wesley Wages 1819-1864
My grandparents are Moses and Nancy Roberts. Moses daughter Elizabeth married a Beasley which is how I am connected. I am sure I am kin somehow to the Wages because everyone in the cemetery is married to son or daughter or brother or sister of someone in the cemetery. Moses has a brother in the cemetery and they are all connected to the Stone's who I assume the cemetery is named after. I haven't checked all the family connections yet.

Red
Added by Red on May 03, 2012 2:06 PM
Red
RE: John Wesley Wages 1819-1864
My grandparents are Moses and Nancy Roberts. Moses daughter Elizabeth married a Beasley which is how I am connected. I am sure I am kin somehow to the Wages because everyone in the cemetery is married to son or daughter or brother or sister of someone in the cemetery. Moses has a brother in the cemetery and they are all connected to the Stone's who I assume the cemetery is named after. I haven't checked all the family connections yet.

Red
Added by Red on May 03, 2012 2:06 PM
Red
RE: John Wesley Wages 1819-1864
I looked thru my pics and am sorry to say this is the only one I have. This piece was found under a lot of briars and weeds as we were going out of the cemetery. There were other pieces found but didn't fit or match John's stone. This cemetery is in really bad shape, we had to fight the overgrown brush to get the pics. My gggggrandparents are buried here and it brought tears to see the shape everything was in. We are going back and will try to take a better photo for you.
Added by Red on May 03, 2012 7:41 AM
 

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