|Patricia MacMillan||RE: Absolom David Taylor|
Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you but I didn't realize I had all these messages until today... He was my Great-Grandfather but unfortunately I live in Virginia so I'm too far away to actually take care of his gravesite. I sincerely appreciate that you are doing so.
Regards, Patricia MacMillan
Added by Patricia MacMillan on Jan 24, 2015 1:25 PM
|Jacque Leehy-Dunning||RE: Sarah Palmer|
Usually the edit will be done over night. I think this is new since Ancestry bought Find a Grave. I have made a note to search for your stone, and if you need any others please just let me know.
Added by Jacque Leehy-Dunning on Jan 23, 2015 3:06 PM
|Jacque Leehy-Dunning||RE: Sarah Palmer|
You can go to edit and add any info you would like. Mary Edmonds will not answer anyone's requests. The cemetery book shows that Sarah and Thomas either share a stone or are buried next each other. But since the book shows no death date he might be buried else where. If you can wait until July when I am home next I will be happy to take your photos for you.
Added by Jacque Leehy-Dunning on Jan 23, 2015 1:26 PM
|Jacque Leehy-Dunning||Sarah Palmer|
Sarah Palmer's maiden name was Snyder/Snider. She was the daughter of George. She married Thomas A Palmer 10 Feb 1896 in Pulaski Co., Illinois.
I hope this was of some help to you.
Added by Jacque Leehy-Dunning on Jan 23, 2015 10:10 AM
|Christina ||William Palmer in Ferncliff|
No marker per cemetery records
Sec N Lot 8 Row 3 Space 14
Added by Christina on Jan 17, 2015 4:43 PM
|Doni Wright||Jonathan & Rebecca (Iverson) Heacock|
Ruth, the burial site I found was not the Senior Jonathan Heacock Jr. md to Rebecca R. Roberts, but his son, Jonathan Heacock Jr. md. to Rebecca J. Eavenson/Iverson.
Added by Doni Wright on Dec 31, 2014 11:12 AM
|Doni Wright||Jonathan & Rebecca Heacock|
I have updated my notes on both J & R. Please don't reupload until a few days after I've finished.
Added by Doni Wright on Dec 23, 2014 1:23 PM
|Doni Wright||Jonathan Heacock|
As you can see by the message I left on Rebecca, that I have seen his grave, and confirm that it is the only Heacock I found in the cemetery.
Ancestry has been placing Quaker Meeting Records on-line. This one confirms the burial of several of our relatives in the Darby FBG.
US Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1994
Births & Burials, 1835-1848
Mary Heacock, d. 5th day of 10 mo. 1833, age 23y. 7mo., day. of Jos. & Mary Heacock; Lived in Darby, Buried in Darby
Joseph Heacock, d. 28th day of 6 mo. 1843, age 76 years; son of Jonathan & Hannah Heacock; Lived in Darby, Buried in Darby
Mary Heacock, d. 21st day of 1st mo. 1846, age 72 years; widow of Joseph Heacock; Lived in Darby, Buried in Darby
Jonathan Heacock, d. 27th day of 9th mo. 1853, age 55y. 6mo.; son of Jos. & Mary Heacock; Lived in Darby, Buried in Darby
Added by Doni Wright on Dec 23, 2014 1:22 PM
|Doni Wright||Rebecca R. Roberts Heacock|
Beau (my son) and I (Doni) visited gravesite in Aug 88. Rebecca and her husband, Jonathan, are the only direct HEACOCKS in cemetery with headstones. They are buried in the rear of the cemetery next to the fence.
I thought you'd like to know I saw their headstones. I'm sure I took a photograph, but it's long gone, or maybe in a box somewhere. Also, their headstone were deep in the ground.
Added by Doni Wright on Dec 23, 2014 12:54 PM
|Bill Schraeder||RE: Your Bio|
It is sad that they can't wait until they are buried. I had the same thing happen when my father died. Linda Y should transfer your Uncle Bud To you. Bill
Added by Bill Schraeder on Nov 05, 2014 3:13 PM
|Bill Schraeder||RE: Macel & Melvin Palmer|
Glad I could help. They are located in Everlasting Peace, section KK, crypt 15. Bill
Added by Bill Schraeder on Nov 05, 2014 3:06 PM
|RonH||RE: Sarah Johnson Bugbee|
I'm glad to have gotten the photo before the stone was totally unreadable. Cheers!
Added by RonH on Oct 25, 2014 7:42 PM
|grandmacarol||Andrew Jackson Martin|
Just wanted to let you know that I have added a photo to Andrew's memorial, # 53486484. If there are other memorials in this cemetery in which you have an interest, I will be adding more photos in the coming days.
Added by grandmacarol on Aug 14, 2014 4:17 AM
|Nora Hicks||Martin Cemetery|
Believe that Elizabeth Hill was a Halford and married a Roland Hill. I have a stone that I haven't ID-d that says Dau of RL and E L Hill. Still trying to read the name. Thinking it is Margaret Hill died Mar 21 18 63 aged 18 days.
Added by Nora Hicks on Aug 12, 2014 1:56 PM
|Angie Hertzberg Martin||Valentine Martin|
(Re 2 Memorials #98373543 & #34731813
I just forwarded a document to your email, It is hard to read, I apologize for that :)
You had declined corrections that I had sent to you, so I wanted you to see the document so you could see the source of my request.
Thanks so much, and if you decide that this still isn't the right Valentine Martins then just discard the document.
Thanks so much again,
Added by Angie Hertzberg Martin on Aug 06, 2014 8:12 AM
Bengamin Roberts father was John Roberts
and his mother was Rebecca Jones.
Added by Allen W. on Aug 02, 2014 3:29 PM
My name is Allen,
One of my ancestry Was Benjamin Roberts.
He migrated to Louisiana around 1770-1775.
He married a Cole from va.
One of his daughter's[Susan] married my
GGGGGfather here in La.
Any help would be greatly apreciated.
Have a blessed Day
Added by Allen W. on Aug 02, 2014 3:22 PM
|Bill and April||RE: Ruth Nolan Sawyer & George Sawyer|
Happy to help. I had also taken pictures of several Gove headstones while I was there, and I noticed you had many of that family. Please look through those Gove memorials I entered and see if there are any family memorials you wish to have. Thanks, Bill and April
Added by Bill and April on Jul 31, 2014 5:30 AM
|Nora Hicks||RE: William Martin Cemetery|
I am going down there in about 2 weeks and will take more pictures then. I am having a small sign made to put on the fence so it can be located. I think the young lady who has been working on the grounds said they have identified about 28 stones. So excited to go see it.
Added by Nora Hicks on Jul 30, 2014 4:23 PM
|Nora Hicks||Wm Martin cemetery|
Ruth, I have located the cemetery through some wonderful people who live near by. I contacted the county assessor who put on to a map that you could use coordinates to find places. through that I got 2 names. I called 1 and she gave me the name of her niece who lives on the road w here the cemetery is. She tried to get hold of the man she thought owned the property. She got into it so much that she started looking for it. She and a friend found it and even started cleaning it up. She has also started taking pictures. Can you imagine!!! A total stranger helping me out. It is in worse shape that when I saw it a few years back. But she is trying to get it at least passable. We have permission to go on the property too.
Added by Nora Hicks on Jul 05, 2014 7:08 PM
|Millhaven||RE: Oliver Atkeson|
Thanks for adding Oliver's father's name to his memorial. I cannot locate him. If I do, I'll be sure to send you another update. Thanks again.
Added by Millhaven on Jun 28, 2014 5:17 PM
|Nora Hicks||RE: Eliza & Nancy Martin|
My cousin and I found it a few years back. It is on private property and it is in terrible shape. I regret I didn't take more pictures. I am go ing back for a Draffen reunion in Aug and my uncle and I are hoping to find who has the property and go back. It is hard to see and we walked through a cow pasture to get to i t. If I am able I will take a picture of every stone. I plan to have stuff t o clean stone first and hopefully I can get a good record. I found a John T who has not been listed on the Martin records so I added him. Took some research to find him as the son of Daniel Boone Martin and Nancy. Wish me luck.
Added by Nora Hicks on Jun 26, 2014 8:56 PM
|Chris Killingsworth||RE: Leah Patsey Tennis Hoffman|
Leah Patsey Tennis Hoffman
Thank you so much for sponsoring Leah.
Are you related?
Did I already answer you?
If not, she was my step dad's mother. He was [Frederick] Tennis Bowles, and went by Tennis. Leah lived with us a few years when I was in high school.
Let me know your connection also.
Added by Chris Killingsworth on Mar 20, 2014 11:09 PM
|Deborah M||RE: Mary MARTIN|
Thank you, Ruth. That is the same information I was given. My grandfather actually used to mow that cemetery. His parents are buried there. There was a fire that burned down the Christian Church when I was a child and he was so distraught at the thought that his mower had somehow sparked the fire. Again, thank you.
Added by Deborah M on Jan 27, 2014 11:15 AM
|Deborah M||Mary MARTIN|
I find this posted on the page for Mary MARTIN:
"Cemetery reports; Although listed in the cemetery book, no stone for Mary Martin was found. Some stones are obviously missing."
Does someone indeed possess the church records for Pisgah Christian Church Cemetery? I have been trying to track those down for years. I believe there is also a grave for James MARTIN (b. 1799, d. 1852) in that cemetery (I remember it from being there as a child as the birth year of 1799 particularly stuck in my mind). The stone is no longer there. I would be very interested to know that he is indeed buried there as I remember. Thank you.
Added by Deborah M on Jan 27, 2014 9:43 AM