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I photographed all the graves in New Hope. there are some obvious grave sites with no marker. If you know other cemeteries in Noxubee County, let me know. I recently completed New Zion and Mount Zion cemeteries.
Added by kenagy on Nov 10, 2016 7:05 AM
|sharlene boevingloh||Leathy Hamilton|
Some of the graves in Washington Park Cemetery were relocated due to airport expansion. Leathy Hamilton was moved to St Peter's Cemetery. https://www.stlouis-mo.gov/government/departments/recorder/documents/upload/GUYTON-Fred-through-HARRIS-Harry-V.pdf
|Mary Landfair Whiting||RE: Thanks...|
Glad I could help.
|Weez||RE: Headstone photo for Lee QUINN|
Please see the email I sent you with an explanation about the photo.
Added by Weez on Apr 12, 2016 7:56 AM
|Richard Stephen||RE: Thank you...|
|Richard Stephen||RE: Re: problem with grave of Barry CHANEY|
Next time I do look-ups, I'll look up Barry Treadwell, and see if I can find him.
|William Meerbott||RE: Thank you...|
It was my pleasure
|jgore6194||RE: Thank you...|
You are very welcome and if you ever need anymore assistance at Jefferson Barracks, please let me know and I will do what I can to help.
|W & L||RE: Johnson Memorial Park - Groves|
I believe the rootsweb project that you referred me to is a complete image of Johnson as of 2009. There are some new additions. As to your requests and the possibilty that they may be in Greenlawn, the only two that it might apply to are the Ryas who were interred in the 70's. Johnson Memorial Cemetery is a reminder of a time when racial relationships were expressed, sadly, in tragic ways. The Greenlawn and Johnson Cemeteries were owned by one family but they were segregated. You can now move between the two from within Greenlawn but in its earlier days the two had seperate enterances and those are maintained to this day. Johnson access is on 32nd in Groves and you can access Greenlawn on 32nd by the office or use the main entrances on Twin Cities Hwy. I didn't read through each entry in Rootsweb but my opinion would be that the entries are only for those burials in Johnson Cemetery for which there is a headstone and I do believe it is complete.
I would trust the death certificates that specify Johnson or Greenlawn. Should a current burial be held in Johnson I don't know what the certificate would say but the newspaper obit would probably say Greenlawn regardless of the section. I have seen Obituaries that say Greenlawn when I have found the interment in Johnson. Johnson has 7 sections with stone pillar markers marking them 1 through 7. The pillars are recent so I know the identity is being maintained. Dignity maintains the Johnson name but they may be doing it as a legal thing rather than trying to incorporate it into Greenlawn.
Added by W & L on Oct 07, 2014 11:06 AM
|W & L||Johnson Memorial Park - Groves|
Tara: I walked this cemetery twice with my wife and we didn't find the headstones for the 7 requests that you have there. Do you have any idea which section they may be in?
Added by W & L on Oct 07, 2014 7:17 AM
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