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Johnny (#47728023)
 member for 3 years, 1 month, 11 days
Jennie Gibson
Edward A. Butler Jr
Was my grandfather (we called him Papa). You left him flowers, I've seem the Kelly name on so I think we are related :D

Added by Jennie Gibson on Mar 29, 2015 4:41 PM

Emma Smith
Johnny, thanks for the transfer of Emma Smith, and others in her family. I have now been able to visit Evergreen in person, and because of your help I found my cousin's g-g-grandparents for her, and took her to visit!

Added by Andy on Mar 29, 2015 8:24 AM

Regina Stebbins-Gallardo
RE: Keneth H. Stebbins
Thank you so much for creating this for my Mom. She was a wonderful person and Mother. Thanks for transferring to me.

Added by Regina Stebbins-Gallardo on Mar 27, 2015 8:00 AM

Lucille Vaughan Strickland #98159493
Hi Johnny
Thank you for photographing the above grave. If you are related to the Vaughans, then we, too are related.
Your work has not gone unnoticed.
Mary #47328047

Added by Mary on Mar 25, 2015 9:20 PM

Joanna Gillen
RE: add info/sponsor or transfer
Thanks so much for the information, tranfer ect. I will work with Find a Grave in regards to my dad's memorial. Mom is listed on dad's marker but is still with us at 88. She is actually physically healthier than I am, but she has alzheimers. Sad but again Rev 21:4.
Thinking possibly since your high school friend served in Vietnam and both of our parents are buried there in Arlington, we might also have been classmates. My dad Richard Gilmore taught Art at Arlington Jr HI in the 1960's thru the 70's. He also taught Adult night Art classes. Photography for him was both a hobby and profession. At times I would be his assistant when he had weddings or single sittings for graduations and such. Both myself and brother William (Bill) attended Terry Parker High....graduating in 1965 and me in 66. We lived in the Englewood High boundaries but since dad taught at Arlington and we lived on the edge of Glenlea near little Pottsburg creek an exception was made.
Anyway thanks again for explaining as I learn to use this site. Today I found 3 generations and many cousins for an older friend. Many photos too. It was so fun to see him discover his family. The work done is so appreciated.Thank you


Added by Joanna Gillen on Mar 25, 2015 3:26 AM

Joanna Gillen
add info/sponsor or transfer
Hi Johnny,

Thank you for creating these memorials and providing nice pictures. In addition to the great scripture Rev 21:4 I also appreciated your comments in regards to your high school friend that served in Vietnam.
If I want to add information or connect these memorials do I sponsor them or do I request you to add that info or transfer to me?

Below please find my relationship to each of the deceased.

# 28660099 RW Gilmore: my father
# 91829231 Myra D Whitsett Stuchul: my maternal grandmother
# 91829147 WR Gilmore: my brother

I understand you created the last two listed memorials but my father's show "23inactive".

Thank you again for your time and effort in making this cemetery information available.

Hope to hear from you soon.
Joanna Gillen

Added by Joanna Gillen on Mar 23, 2015 9:07 PM

Shirley M. Strickland
William Strickland
Thank you Johnny for the transfer of
William Strickland to me.
Have a good weekend.

Added by Shirley M. Strickland on Mar 21, 2015 12:52 PM

Joe O'Brien
Thanks, Johnny, for the updates. Appreciate your efforts very much.

Added by Joe O'Brien on Mar 20, 2015 8:09 PM

Tom Going
Dennis Carlton Gibson memorial
Thanks Johnny, I corrected the spelling of Carlton on this memorial.

Added by Tom Going on Mar 19, 2015 1:12 PM

Shirley M. Strickland
Kemps, Strickland
Hi Johnny, thank you for the transfer of David and Elizabeth Kemps and their daughter, Dorothy
Strickland (no relation). This is a large family and it is taking me some real time to get them all together.
Your willingness to transfer is very much
Good luck with your project.

Added by Shirley M. Strickland on Mar 19, 2015 11:19 AM

Jean (Klinkhammer) Cummings
RE: Mary M. Baxter, Memorial 141440279
Thank you so much for transferring the memorial!


Added by Jean (Klinkhammer) Cummin... on Mar 17, 2015 3:13 PM

O'Quinn edits
You are certainly Johnny-on-the-spot tonight, approving edits as fast as I send them-thanks!

Anna O'Quinn Richter

Added by Anna on Mar 16, 2015 9:50 PM

Jean (Klinkhammer) Cummings
RE: Mary M. Baxter, Memorial 141440279

She is my great grandmother. My grandfather was adopted and until last year we didn't know who his birth parents were. Now with DNA we have names and dates. (Mr. Baxter was Mary's second husband.)


Added by Jean (Klinkhammer) Cummin... on Mar 16, 2015 3:01 PM

sally baird
RE: Howard Baird
He is not on Findagrave. This information came from his daughter.
He is buried in Chapel of the Chimes, in Oakland, CA.....
I will add him to findagrave.....thks so much.

Added by sally baird on Mar 16, 2015 11:26 AM

sally baird
RE: Howard Baird
We found him buried in CA!! thanks so much for Martha's..........

Added by sally baird on Mar 15, 2015 1:39 PM

Jean (Klinkhammer) Cummings
Mary M. Baxter, Memorial 141440279

Are you related to the subject, Mary Baxter? If not would you transfer her memorial to me?

If you are related to her. How are you related?

It looks like you have contributed many memorials, pictures, etc to Find A Grave. I am so glad there are people like you involved with this worthwhile website and the projects that spring from it.

Thank you,


Added by Jean (Klinkhammer) Cummin... on Mar 14, 2015 12:21 PM

Thank You!
Thank you for taking the time to stop by and leave a token for my momís angel day. It was so very kind of you, and means a lot to me. God bless you for all do for Find A Grave!

Added by Anita on Mar 11, 2015 6:39 PM

Evergreen Cemetery
Many thanks for the pictures. The one of both graves together is most helpful.

Added by Carter on Mar 11, 2015 6:26 AM

MaLisa Fender Rembowski
RE: Re: Vernon Albert Richardson
I am so sorry! The info is from Lacy's granddaughter. She said he is buried in Jacksonvile, FL.
Their son is Vernon Alfred Richardson as well but he was born in 1935. I worked on their genealogy all night and apparently missed the dates! Thank you so much.

Added by MaLisa Fender Rembowski on Mar 08, 2015 11:10 PM

MaLisa Fender Rembowski
Re: Vernon Albert Richardson
You declined my edit because you have conflicting records? What conflicts with who his parents are?

Lacy Richardson married Emma (McDonald) Richardson July 18, 1930.
They had nine children,
Wilford Lacy Richardson born Jan. 8, 1932
Joyce Grace (Richardson) Griffis born May 6, 1933
Vernon Albert Richardson born Nov. 20, 1935
Harry Richardson born April 15, 1938
Infant son born and died 1940
Franklin Benny Richardson born Jan. 5, 1942
Carl Wesley Richardson born Aug. 24, 1944
Rachel (Richardson) Lauramore born Mar. 23, 1946
Redith (Richardson) Harrington born Jan. 10, 1948
They have 15 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren

Who do you have as his parents?

Added by MaLisa Fender Rembowski on Mar 08, 2015 7:48 PM

Mistake with typing
You Have Joe as Gunners Mate "C" C. (Chief!) Joe served in the "Armed Guard during WW II/ On Merchant Ships; (Including 1 that was Torpedoed/ but didn't sink- Faulty German Engendering?) [ Gunners Mate Guns/ Chief!] Can You fix that? I Miss Him/ and want the Marker right!

Added by Erik on Mar 07, 2015 9:09 AM

I was Probably there
I Had the "Pleasure," of Working a 4.5 Acre Field, in 1967- and 1968! In The U.S.N. ("We called them Bird Farms!") 2 Different ones C.V.A. 66 (east.) and C.V.A. 64 West! I saw Death or bad injury, too many times! I PROBABLY WOULD HAVE BEEN PSYCHO, had it not been for "Fellow Veterans!" #1 Was Julius C. Kudlo. (Lived exactly across the street in 1971!) Please fix= if Possible his "Grave Marker! (#88599731) Joe, Kudlo, (I never even heard of Julius, until he died in '85!) JOE (Julius c. Kudlo;) WAS A GUNNERS MATE "GUNS" CHIEF, WHEN HE RETIRED OFF OF THE U.S.S.SARATOGA/ RIGHT HERE IN MAYPORT. The Grave Marker "Says" GMGC! Can You fix That Post? #88599731?
I do appreciate Your "Contribution Here." (Especially on My Best "Post after Nam Friend!") [ Hell, I was spit on, by Hanoi Jane/ sleeze bags, in Los Angeles Airport! (Have You ever been taken across the Tarmak, and Loaded Up the Back of the Plane! (6 Of us "In Uniform," were!)1969!

Added by Erik on Mar 07, 2015 8:55 AM

JT Swisher
McDonald's in your family...
My aunt Jesse Mabel Timmerman was married to Hugh McDonald...they lived in Savannah and Florence at some point. The Timmerman's were from the Waycross, Ga. area originally. I have never explored the McDonald's but we may be 19th cousins!

Added by JT Swisher on Mar 04, 2015 7:38 PM

JT Swisher
RE: Photos of other family members at Evergreen...
Let me get back to you. I am looking for:
Charles and Barbara Magdelene (Tison) Christian, Horace and Grace (Johnson) Ricketson,
Henry Clay and Laura (Tison) Walker - buried with son Richard Valentine Walker listed on Find A Grave.
I know that they are buried there - but that is one huge cemetery to get all of the graves listed on Find A Grave. You are doing God's work...thank you.
I will call the cemetery as soon as I have time.
Jean Timmerman-Swisher, West Chester, Pa.

Added by JT Swisher on Mar 04, 2015 7:34 PM

Mary Katherine Flynn-Barrett
RE: robert flynn
Thank you! Do you have any idea as to how I can get in touch with Deborah? I would like to ask her if Robert had any family photos. His Uncle Robert, was my daddys brother. My dad passed in April of 2006.

Added by Mary Katherine Flynn-Barr... on Mar 04, 2015 6:16 PM


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