|Zelda Capehart||Daniel & Elizabeth McPhaill|
I have been to Maysville cemetery 3 times and have not found the graves of Daniel & Elizabeth McPhaill. I believe they are related to Mary Phillips. Do you know what part of the cemetery their graves are located? I wonder if their graves are located near hers?
Added by Zelda Capehart on Oct 06, 2015 2:08 PM
|Phil & Donna Whitaker||Russell McOmber|
If you Google the name Russell McOmber several sites appear and indicate that he is buried in Fort Sill. One site has a photo of the marker.
Added by Phil & Donna Whitaker on Sep 29, 2015 11:38 AM
|Mentiplay||Agnes McPhail (1902) - Leslie, Fife, Scotland|
Have just posted photo in response to your photo request. However, transcription for stone was incorrect. This Agnes died 1962 not 1902/ Gravestone inscription reads:
In Loving Memory Of / AGNES McPHAIL / Died 8th March 1962 / Aged 72 Years / Beloved Wife Of / MURDOCH CURRIE / Died 7th Oct. 1964 / Aged 81 Years
Rest In Peace
No other Agnes McPhail listed for this cemetery. If you're doing a single surname study, hope this might still be of some use.
Added by Mentiplay on Sep 21, 2015 3:18 PM
|JPK||Mt. View Cemetery Pueblo|
puelolibrary.org has an index to obits that appeared in the Pueblo Chieftain newspaper; look under search on home page. Free digital copy of the obits are available....it may take a couple weeks as microfilm has to be read.
Added by JPK on Aug 02, 2015 9:05 PM
|Lori||RE: Margarethe Holzkamp|
You're very welcome. I also like the old grave stones, they so much character. You might find this site on St. John's cemetery and church interesting,
Added by Lori on Jul 20, 2015 4:33 PM
|V.Usunier||ALYEA, Alice (McPhail)|
Just wondering if you could e-mail me please. I might have so info for you in regards to Alice Alyea.
Tx Val Usunier, Neepawa, MB
Added by V.Usunier on Jul 18, 2015 9:44 AM
|Mark Wilson||RE: Shelba McAdoo|
I noticed that the obituary for Shelba McAdoo says that interment is in the Fletcher Cemetery. If you would, please re-enter a photo request for this person as a reminder to me to keep an eye open for the grave. I will check the funeral home records and ask the Baptist Church minister, Rodney Campbell, if he has any record of the service since he officiated it. I'm thinking that Fletcher Town Hall just didn't get the entry made in their records.
Added by Mark Wilson on Jul 16, 2015 12:55 AM
|backntyme55||RE: Lorene Lambert Berryhill Vaughn|
after going to the Berryhill reunion today i was able to find out from her daughter that her ashes were divided between both of the husbands Noble and Mr. Vaughn. so i posted the picture on the duplicate. technically both are correct. she had previously discussed doing that with her daughter.
Added by backntyme55 on Jun 27, 2015 11:53 PM
I would be happy to photograph this for you if you can contact the cemetery office and find out where the grave is located.
Added by lrspig on Jun 10, 2015 5:41 PM
|Elsie Halsell||St. Theresa, KY|
My husband & I both had a camera & took pictures of all the stones in the older part of this cemetery. It took over 2 hours, and we took over 600 pictures. Many of the stones are broken & unreadable. I posted as many as I could read & some that I pieced together. Sorry to say I didn't find one for your loved ones.
Added by Elsie Halsell on May 27, 2015 7:38 AM
|Yvonne||Walter Wade Monument|
I know he is buried at Mt. Zion and that he is supposed to be buried in the first row, last grave, but when I looked Sunday morning, I did not find his grave. I will look again in the next few days and try to do better. Sorry I didn't have any luck this time.
Added by Yvonne on May 26, 2015 4:53 PM
|David Radcliff||RE: Ft. Sill Post Cemetery|
Not a problem. Most of the graves are marked with a number, but that doesn't mean they are in order or in the same section. I will ask the cemetery director for further help next time I go out since they just recategorized the entire place with correct sections and plots.
Added by David Radcliff on Apr 28, 2015 6:27 PM
I am the daughter of Elizabeth Eugenia McPhail who was a child from John Tildon McPhail's first marriage to Laura Lee Kirk. I met my grandfather only once but have become familiar with my McPhail ancestors through my genealogical research. Are we related? I am hoping to acquire information about Douglas McPhail's wife, my great grandmother, Katie Sevier. Do you have any information regarding her parents and/or her birth and death?
I would be most grateful for your input if you care to share.
Added by Jane Belote on Apr 28, 2015 4:01 PM
|Tami||RE: Winston McPhail|
You are so very, very welcome! We are working on adding some markers onto some of the graves with the older temp markers.
Are you family, by any chance? If so, I would love to keep in touch with you!
Added by Tami on Apr 26, 2015 10:06 PM
|Jarodd Stansberry||Alexander bashear in hardin cem.|
His body and headstone washed away in the flood of 93. He is listed on the wall st the cemetery of all the headstones lost.
Added by Jarodd Stansberry on Apr 25, 2015 11:01 AM
|Mark Potter||RE: Amanda Dees|
You are welcome, mcphail. I searched different area in New Hope for Amanda Dees, but I have been told that she never had a headstone. However, it's possible she may be near her family members.
Added by Mark Potter on Dec 21, 2014 5:54 AM
|Aleta Hobbs||RE: McPhail|
No. A John and a Duncan, but not a Francis Marion. My McPhails married Warrens and lived in Sampson County, NC. Sorry I can't help!
Added by Aleta Hobbs on Nov 14, 2014 10:27 AM
|Alycia K||Anson jr|
Is the fellow who died in 1999 the father of an Anson III? I met a young man years ago...
Added by Alycia K on Oct 27, 2014 6:34 PM
|Joe Gibbens||Ira Hurst|
I remember he was a gentle giant, a very large man but very soft spoken. He was always coming or going to some farming chore. I particularly remember watching from their back porch one day while he caught a chicken for dinner. That was my first sight of the quick spin way of removing a chicken's head. Ira was big enough to really hurl them.
Family gatherings in Ness City included May and Ira and my other great aunt and uncle, Lucille and John Schultz. May and Lucille were sisters.
Ira and John helped each other with large farming jobs.
Added by Joe Gibbens on Oct 18, 2014 1:25 PM
|Joe Gibbens||Ira Hurst|
Thank you Jane. I remember him so well that it's hard to believe I was barely 10 when he passed.
Added by Joe Gibbens on Oct 18, 2014 10:18 AM
|Cheryl||RE: McPhails in Starr Cemetery|
Mine is a 100lb. Choc Lab. we try to walk to the cemetery everyday for weight loss.
Added by Cheryl on Oct 15, 2014 11:29 AM
|Cheryl||RE: McPhails in Starr Cemetery|
Your welcome. I might be able to get a better photo if I bring a water bottle and brush. I was walking my dog at the time and didn't have enought hands :-)
Added by Cheryl on Oct 15, 2014 5:39 AM
|Anne Lawrence||RE: Elizabeth Burgett|
There are two well-maintained Meguiar Cemeteries near one another (Joseph Meguiar Cem. and John Meguiar Cem.) I checked both of them for E. Burgett's gravestone. Sorry I could find it in neither. Are you, by chance, a Meguiar descendant?
Added by Anne Lawrence on Oct 14, 2014 8:26 PM
You are very welcome for the photos. I am not sure if these are your relatives but in my wanderings at Crown Hill I found Thomas P and Annie McPhail. I added Find A Grave's for them. I would be happy to transfer them yo you.
Added by Robin on Oct 05, 2014 7:29 AM
|David Hawk||RE: Anna M Ringer Memorial|
Indeed, Frank Michael does not have a stone yet. My wife overheard me talking to the lady at city hall - she was a schoolmate of Mike!! Attended school together for several years from first grade on until she moved to Elmore City. We will keep an eye on the family plot.
Added by David Hawk on Sep 29, 2014 12:54 PM