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|John "Jack" Richter||RE: Charles E James photo|
You are most welcome. It is my pleasure to add photos to the memorials of veterans.
|GraveRobber||RE: Thank you for photos!|
Absolutely! Those are your people, not mine! That cemetery has some really interesting graves. I've never seen any like them before.
|C. Wayne Austin||RE: Hall Cemetery|
I talked to the man across the road from there and he did not indicate the owner had a problem with visitors. Gate was unlocked an indication owners welcome visitors.
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Few gravestones with inscription are in the center of the cemetery fallen down.
On Findagrave click on the menu and the map feature and both tell you it is on the old Petersburg Pike (now a gravel road)
As I remember there were some of the graves moved from there but don't remember the particulars of who was moved. I hardly found anything very few stones. Grass was very tall but no thorns.
Wall was high but I am adept at getting over those if they are safe from falling rocks. Take a ladder. Well there is a gate in the center east side but it is overgrown as I remember.
|Chinook||RE: Second Presbyterian Church- Charleston|
Of course you can use the pictures. Thanks
Added by Chinook on Mar 02, 2017 3:55 PM
|John Blakemore Sellers||RE: The John Blakemore Family from early Tennessee|
Your very welcome. I have located where Fort Blackmore was and it's cemetery. Currently working on the individuals buried there.
Take care cousin,
|Joy Steele||RE: 50721958 James McConnell|
Yes. You are welcome to use it. It was impossible to read without the transcription notebook at the museum. So thankful to have been there to use it. I've added his father, too. Don't know where the mother was buried.
|Nancy Hutzler||RE: Goliad photos|
Yes, by all means use any of my pictures. They are there to help anyone that needs them.
|J Dillard||RE:Sarah Dillard|
This Sarah Dillard is a mystery to me. She and Jseph lived in the same area as my Dillards but I have been unable to find anything on her. There were so many Sarah Dillards. I am still trying to find out if Mary Ramage was also named Sarah Mary Ramage. I have a copy of the book about her famous ride through the night to warn the Patriot Army that the British were coming. It is titled "Sarah Dillard's Ride." But, if I can find anything I will let you know.
|J Dillard||RE: Grave Sponsorship for Joseph Adair|
Yes. Mary Ramage (Jean Adair's daughter) married Capt. James Dillard. I am directly decended from both of them. Therefore, also a direct descendant of her grandfather, Joseph Adair. My great grandfather was Thomas Milton Dillard, son of Samuel who was the son of Capt. James Dillard and Mary Ramage.
Are you related to Adair or Dillard?
|J Dillard||Grave Sponsorship for Joseph Adair|
Thank you Becky for sponsoring this grave site. I appreciate it very much.
Joanne "Jody" Dillard
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