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billfall (#47284897)
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Yvonne Arnold
Antoine LaRocque
Hi. This is my great grandfather. I have been to Bell cemetery many times. My cousins Mark built the new cement stones and my husband built the split level fence around Antoine's grave.
I just wondered how you obtained the information about the drowning. I knew it happened but I was unaware of the information about Roger's City. Is there information available> There used to be a book in the light house that contained the story but last time I was there, they said it wasn't there any more and I should check the museum down the road. I didn't get time so I wondered if you had seen it.
Thanks. Yvonne Arnold

Added by Yvonne Arnold on Mar 27, 2015 6:15 PM

Colleen Sanders Broyles
RE: Carol Jenkins
I transferred to you :) Please, if you don't mind, send me a message when you update so I can see the progress on her memorial!

Added by Colleen Sanders Broyles on Jul 21, 2014 5:28 PM

VW "Vern" Goodrich
RE: Williamsons
Thanks, I learn something new everyday about editing Find A Grave. I think I have it done, check it out!

Added by VW "Vern" Goodrich on Jul 13, 2014 11:00 AM

VW "Vern" Goodrich

We just got back from our vacation yesterday.
Have these two memorials been moved (I don't see them listed in TN.). Should I go ahead and make memorials for them in this new cemetery and then delete the ones at Roseland. Also, will their grave-markers be moved also or should I re-locate the markers?

Added by VW "Vern" Goodrich on Jul 12, 2014 4:12 PM

Theron & Helen Smith
Arthur Leece
That's okay. I'm not about numbers. I just like the information to be "out there" for others who want to know about their family.

Added by Theron & Helen Smith on Jul 05, 2014 12:57 PM

Theron & Helen Smith
Arthur Leece
I will delete mine. Thanks. Find a grave goes by the numbers; which one was first. Helen

Added by Theron & Helen Smith on Jul 04, 2014 8:40 AM

VW "Vern" Goodrich
Doris Baltimore

I'll take care of it, as soon as it stops raining!
Thanks for the heads up!

Added by VW "Vern" Goodrich on Jun 23, 2014 2:57 PM

Aunty Bev
Cooks in Parshallville Cemetery
Hi! Thanks for your photos. However, there is a mistake in relationships. If you are the one who connected Charlotte Cook to William Cook as a spouse, please know that she is actually Charlotte (Cook) Cobb, wife of William Cobb and daughter of William Cook. If you could make that change I would appreciate it very much. See

Thanks, Beverly Royer

Added by Aunty Bev on Jun 15, 2014 8:57 PM

VW "Vern" Goodrich
Harrison Leverett
In your edits, you have Harrison having the same mother and spouse?

Added by VW "Vern" Goodrich on May 18, 2014 12:10 PM

Colleen Sanders Broyles
Carol Davis Jenkins memorial
I just got an SAC stating that the burial that I have for Ms Jenkins at Crown Hill has the wrong cemetery....that's when I noticed that you are sponsoring her memorial! Because you have done this would you like for me to transfer her to your care? Also I sent back a message saying I would need proof of a different burial location before I changed it.

Added by Colleen Sanders Broyles on Mar 28, 2014 5:24 PM

RE: Prince Family
hello, i am so sorry if i haven't gotten back to you before now. no excuse will work. yes, i would be willing to share what prince family info i have. my prince family started with my father whom was born in orr, lawrence county, kentucky and back. i will give you my email and you can let me know what it is you would be interested in finding out specifically to your needs. i have a very large family file, my prince family also led back to south caroling, georgia, virginia, kentucky and i know many also went west. thanks for contacting me, donna (

Added by Donna on Mar 17, 2014 8:08 AM

RE: Prince Family
hello bill,
i don't know if i ever responded to you so here goes it. i am directly connected to the william prince and rachel murphy from virginia and some of the prince's you mentioned. i would be willing to share any info you would like on the prince family. do you have the family bible or are you quoting someone? i am not sure if i knew of them coming from s.c. to kentucky but would be interested in connecting. my personal email is:
please write to me and i will get back to you with info. i have one of the largest prince family trees on ancestry. thank you and god bless, donna

Added by Donna on Dec 26, 2013 9:14 AM

RE: Gary Rice Firth
You are very welcome. I am so sorry for your loss! Blessings to you, his wife and entire family. I am certain, now that we are at the holidays, it is very hard. Stay strong.

Added by BW on Nov 24, 2013 6:29 PM

Anonymous IV
French gravesite
I might be able to fill this request as well. I wasn't aware this site was even there, so I wonder if you could provide a few more details about where it is in relation to the cemetery or other landmarks.

Added by Anonymous IV on Sep 30, 2013 2:10 PM

Anonymous IV
Bell photos
Hi Bill,

I've uploaded the photos for the two memorials I added to Bell Cemetery. I think you're right about the "Clark" stone belonging to Mary Clark -- it's not easy to read but you can just make it out. I'll go ahead and upload that, although I might eventually try for a better photo. I was getting eaten alive by mosquitoes the day I snapped those pictures, ha ha.

Added by Anonymous IV on Sep 29, 2013 9:15 PM

Anonymous IV
RE: Bell Cemetery
Hi Bill,

I'm afraid I don't have any additional info about the folks I added but I do have pictures of their grave stones, which I intend to upload when I get a chance.

There was a third stone with a name, which may or may not be different from one of those on the modern marker. It seems to be a "Clark", but unless I can make out the first name I'll hold off creating a new memorial -- it might simply be the original marker of one of the Clarks already memorialized. (It's not the best picture, either. I might go back and try to take another.)

There are also a number of cross-shaped markers with no names on them, but unless someone back in the day made a map, it's impossible to tell to whom they belong. Might you have any information regarding the cemetery's plot layout?

Added by Anonymous IV on Sep 26, 2013 7:23 AM

RE: Prince Family
hello bill,
it appears as though we may be related. i have a tree on ancestry and i will go on in a day or so and check out the info you gave me and see if i can tweak it out a little and give you more info. my direct line comes from william and rachel murphy/prince. there is alot of controversy about those 2 and if there is any if at all connections to john william prince married to mary giles. my prince family came from virginia then to lawrence county, ky. i believe there is a connection to the georgia and south carolina families. let me get a little more info to give you and i will get back to you. you can email me at:
thanks for contacting me,
donna prince-serafine

Added by Donna on Sep 10, 2013 2:14 PM

Above The Branches Genealogy, LLC
James R Prince

I am much interested in anything you might know about Willis Prince. My email is

Thank you,

Added by Above The Branches Geneal... on Sep 07, 2013 4:53 PM

Rebel In Texas
RE: Add Son
Hi Bill ,

Thanks so much. Appreciate your help. Darlene

Added by Rebel In Texas on Sep 05, 2013 11:49 AM

Rebel In Texas
Re: Add Son
I am sorry I forgot to mention that they are all buried in Maple Hill Cemetery. Thanks again.

Added by Rebel In Texas on Sep 04, 2013 6:00 PM

Rebel In Texas
Add Son
Would you please add the son of Levell Jesse Friar & Vira Ellen Payne? He is, Lowell O. (Oscar) Friar - Find A Grave Memorial# 63580800
Thanks so much, Darlene

Added by Rebel In Texas on Sep 04, 2013 5:58 PM

Arizona Kid
RE: Barbary Arney--Terre Haute
Sorry for the delay. I shall send them in a day or two--had to buy a new computer, hook it up and get used to finding my way around. But think I have it somewhat acceptable now. So, bear with me day or two. You are welcome. Sure looks like she may be the only one in that plot without a stone.

Added by Arizona Kid on Aug 01, 2013 10:43 PM

Arizona Kid
Barbary Arney--Terre Haute
Hello. I tried to find a stone today for this lady. I did find two of her sons burials but empty space all around them. Could it be the parents have no stones or...?? You know how that goes? I didn't want to list it as a "problem" just yet. I can post a photo of the plot on her memorial if you wish. Sorry. Arizona Kid (46520230) PS: I did post a photo for Charles Arney--his brother already had photos posted.

Added by Arizona Kid on Jul 25, 2013 4:45 PM

re: Seymour Housel photo
Thanks for taking the photo.
I guess this confirms that we may not know if Seymour actually made it to Michigan. :-)
I have his first wife buried in Steuben County, NY.

Added by CC-Genealogy on Jun 24, 2013 3:54 PM

Margaret Gagliardi
Alfred Arnold
Thank you so much for trying to find the grave of Alfred. I just they never gave him a stone. Your efforts on my behalf are greatly appreciated.

Added by Margaret Gagliardi on Jun 22, 2013 1:20 PM


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