|Anita Kay Turner-Myers (#47798856)|
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Hello Find A Grave Friends & Family!|
I was born in a small eastern, coal mining community, that was nestled in the beautiful Appalachian Mountain range known as McDowell, Kentucky. My parents are Carl Turner and Ruth Friend. I spent most of my preschool years of life there, in Floyd County, before moving to NW Ohio, in 1963, to a small suburban union auto/glass town of Waterville, outside of Toledo and The Great Lake Erie. I would marry my high school sweetheart Jim, and built our home in Swanton, Ohio, not far from both our childhood homes where we would start our own family with two handsome sons. Most of my cousins, aunts and uncles (Turner, Mosley, Friend, Salisbury families) still live in Floyd Co., Kentucky where we travel to visit. Any questions you have about my family history or my husband's side (Myers, Lowe, Hoover, Ruble from NW, NE, & SE, OH) feel free to email me below.:)
A family tree can wither
if nobody tends its roots
Tree of Life
From the Tree of Life each leaf must fall.
The green, the gold, the great, the small.
Each one in God's own time He'll call.
With perfect love, He gathers all.
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|Jim Spencer||Arthur Mosley|
I made the link to Arthur's parents and edited Aretta name.
|Jim Spencer||RE: Arthur Mosley and Aretta Mosley|
So, it is Arthur Mosley you want linked with Ben and his wife, is that correct. Also, what is Arthur's findagrave #.
|Carmen Robinette Adkins||RE: Passing of a cousin, Carol Fife Robertson|
I am so sad for her family. She was such a wonderful person. We had been friends on Facebook for almost a year. I am so glad she found me on here and I got to know her through the internet. Thank you for taking the time to tell me. Did you add her on Find A Grave? I didn't add her. I wondered if someone in her immediate family would add her.
|tdefrange||RE: Daniel Myers|
Please remember to tell whomever goes looking to dress to protect yourself from poison ivy. It is everywhere on the west side of Stone Road. If you locate the stone, I will happily delete my photos so you can post yours for Myers Cemetery. Happy hunting.
|Mr. Ed||RE: Thank you and Question|
I changed the information. Thank you so much for bringing it to my attention. I must have read the dates wrong. Have a great day and thanks again! Ed~
Added by Mr. Ed on Apr 30, 2014 11:04 AM
I checked both corners and saw no sign of any kind of grave. If Daniel Myers' stone is a flat against the ground position, it will be very difficult to locate under all the debris of the woods. The cemetery is totally unmarked. I cant be sure whhich corner it's on. It has happened in the past that stones from seemingly abandoned cemeteries like this one are stolen, especially if it's an old gravestone like this one. I hope that is not the case with Daniel's stone.