Im taken control of this Grave.
Added by RColeman on Mar 23, 2015 5:21 PM
|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
|Wendy Way||RE: Willie Ringer|
You are welcome. I got the obit for Alpheus Ringer today and I am going to be adding it to his memorial page.
Added by Wendy Way on Nov 11, 2014 6:07 PM
|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
|Alycia K||RE: Burt Maynard|
I am going to try again!
Added by Alycia K on Oct 27, 2014 3:04 AM
|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
|The Proffitt's||McPhail's in Riverdale Cemetery|
Hello! I was at Riverdale today and located the stated plot for the McPhail's. They are in a very nice plot with their daughter who married a Byrd. Also, Mr McPhails parents are buried there as well. However, The names that are listed here have no marker. In this plot, there is an infant slab but no name. And adult slab with only the name McPhail on it. I would be happy to send you the pictures if you leave me your email address.
Added by The Proffitt's on Sep 27, 2014 3:40 PM
|Earnest Ward||RE: McPhails|
Next time I go that way I will see if I can get permission from people there to get in.
Added by Earnest Ward on Sep 24, 2014 12:22 PM
|John Panhorst||FAG request for Diana McPhail|
I went to Bethel Lutheran Church Cemetery this morning and could not locate Diana. I did find her son's grave and several relatives. I have a copy of her newspaper obit. No mention is made of her final resting place. If you want a copy, send me your e-mail address. Service was at Dunbar Funeral home. Requests for memorials were made to Chapin Methodist Church. Was she buried here???
John Panhorst, Prosperity, SC Panhorst_J@bellsouth.net
Added by John Panhorst on Sep 18, 2014 1:37 PM
|Sidney||Barbara Garcia Rosario|
Hi, I have added a photo of the current (temporary) marker for Barbara to her memorial. I will keep checking back, and replace it as soon as the headstone is set.
Added by Sidney on Sep 17, 2014 3:40 PM
|David Hawk||Anna M Ringer Memorial|
That middle name 'Myrtle' probably isn't correct. I created the memorial then transferred it, not realizing my computer was doing autofill on the names. You'll have to delete it. Also, Frank born in 1943 is not buried with the other Ringers. I'll have to catch the office open and get a location for him.
Added by David Hawk on Sep 13, 2014 3:37 PM
|Cyndi Fletcher||Janette McPhail|
Good morning! I've located Ms. McPhail's burial location at Mulhearns Memorial Park, however, since she just passed away in March, there is no permanent headstone. Just the temporary sign and a plant that someone has placed. Do you want me to upload that picture? Or would you like to recall your request and wait until a headstone is placed? Thanks!
Added by Cyndi Fletcher on Sep 05, 2014 9:34 AM
|gisele kurtz mitchell||RE: Harley Brashears|
Hi, I didn't want to post it publicly, would you like a private email?...& I saw your note on his memorial, thanks, I have started doing that myself, because several times I have had multiple requests for the same people. I wish F.A.G would come up with an emblem that would could use as "photo" request fulfillment, because there a lot of unmarked graves everywhere. I love your picture, that's a great idea, I will have to come up with something like that!
Added by gisele kurtz mitchell on Aug 17, 2014 10:03 AM
|Sandra Medrano||Fort Sill Post Cemetery|
I went on post today but I was told no one can take any photos at all on post. I think this is because of the illegal children that are being housed there. Someone with find a grave will have to call the post cemetery commander and get it OKed before I can take any photographs of the headstones. Fort Will is only 3 miles from my home so it will be no problem for me to go and snap the pictures. I just need some type of confirmation confirming from the post cemetery commander when and how he wants it done. As this is a Federal government run facility and I will need it when I go back to show proof to the MPs on post if need be.
Volunteer Grave photographer.
Added by Sandra Medrano on Aug 03, 2014 11:51 AM
|Edward Arnold Swink||Jackson cemetery|
You have requests for grave pics at Jackson Cem. Near Harrisonville MO. I checked at the Historical Society and they have no record of it. Do you have other information on it?
Added by Edward Arnold Swink on Jul 23, 2014 11:14 AM
|Diane Hurst||RE: Wanda Sunley & Katie Marsheim|
No, my husband's family is not from Bazine, they are from Wisconsin. We did notice one small, old marker at the Bazine Cemetery for a C. Hurst. My daughter and I were driving home to Wichita from Colorado and noticed the Bazine Cemetery had 24 photo requests...way too many for a small cemetery, so we stopped and found 22 of the 24!
Added by Diane Hurst on Jul 15, 2014 8:09 AM
|Jane Belote||Katie Adella Sevier McPhail|
I am a great granddaughter of Douglas McPhail. My mother, Elizabeth, was the first child born to John T. McPhail, Douglas' son. I am looking for information about the death and burial of "Katie" Adella Sevier, Douglas' wife. She died between 1902, the date their last child was born, and 1910, when a US Federal Census showed Douglas as a Widower. I have been unable to find specific information about either her death or her parents. Any info would be much appreciated.
Thanks for any and all information.
Added by Jane Belote on Jul 12, 2014 6:28 AM
|Suz||RE: Hinnergardts in Ransom Cemetery|
There was no memorial page for Bernice, so I created one for her and posted the photos. If you would like, I can transfer the ownership of her page to you (or not, it matters not to me).
It was an interesting plot. I hadn't seen a family stone quite like that before. . . .if you click on the large stone photo, you'll see the middle image says "Memory Lane" with a couple walking down a tree-lined path. The book on the left has a shock of wheat and on the spine it says "Book of Life" and the book on the right has an image of a cow and again the spine says "Book of Life".
Good luck in your research!
Added by Suz on Jun 23, 2014 9:29 PM