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Elizabeth Morris (#47832227)
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Ruth Ellen Bartels
Duncan Buckmaster gravestone
Thanks so much for taking this baby's gravestone photo (Sunset at Norman, OK)
Added by Ruth Ellen Bartels on Mar 02, 2015 8:09 PM
Sandra Taylor
Wanda Lou Conley Perceful
Thank you so much for obtaining Wanda Lou Conley Perceful's headstone. She was a cousin, whom I never met.
Added by Sandra Taylor on Feb 13, 2015 10:24 AM
P Jones
Moris Cemetery
I'm happy to be able to help, so many Find A Grave members have assisted me.

You may not be able to find a grave stone for Sarah Jane Cowen. My cousin and I photographed everything out there we could find. I used a roster in a book from the library when I entered all of the names.

If you should find a stone I'd love to have a picture added to her site. I'd be happy to add more information about Sarah Jane to her memorial, or transfer her site to you if you are interested in becoming a Find A Grave addict, such as myself!

Mount Aetna Morris and Thomas Quarles are my gr-gr-great grandfathers buried in Morris Cemetery. Do you also have ties to Mount Aetna?
Added by P Jones on Jul 15, 2012 8:43 PM
P Jones
Morris Cemetery
I think the easiest way from Dadeville, and less gravel road to travel, is to go north on 245 to Bona, turn right (east) on 215. Go about a mile and turn right (south) on County Rd 231, it is gravel. You're going to go about another mile to the road to Morris, a little more that half way there you will pass Asbell Cemetery a distance away to the right (west) on a hill. They always have an American flag waving or you might not notice it. About a quarter mile or more further turn left (east) on County Road 32. You will pass a house and barn and if you think you are on someone's farm, it's true, you are. There will be a gate to open and close. You will drive down a hill, then up and on the right, with trees all around will be Morris Cemetery. It is fenced, but I don't think there is a sign.

I hope this helps. They change the county road numbers once in a while, so I checked with Google maps to make sure I told you right. I live about an hour away and don't go there that often. With the help of a cousin, who knows Dade County better than I, we have recorded all graves we know about in Morris Cemetery. If you don't mind telling me, who are you related to?
Added by P Jones on Jul 12, 2012 8:36 PM
 

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