|Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)||RE: Davis memorials|
You're welcome and thanks for finding them.
Added by Mary Downing-Mahan (grave... on Oct 03, 2015 5:13 PM
|Sandi Postle||RE: Uncle Buck Creech|
If I find anything I will make sure I get the info to you!
Added by Sandi Postle on Sep 26, 2015 7:37 AM
|Sandi Postle||Uncle buck Creech|
My grandfather was James Thomas. He was a close friend to Uncle Buck Creech and Joe Chambers. I found the obit on Find a grave and am printing off to show my Mom! My grandfathers ancestors have been hard to research. My grandfathers father was James Thomas too! Thank you for the picture. I'm going to check out Lee Co. VA because some families moved to a new territory together! My grandfather, James Thomas was with one of Uncle Buck,s sons and was shot. Your info shows two of his sons were killed. Again, thank you for posting the info and the picture.
Added by Sandi Postle on Sep 23, 2015 4:27 PM
|Janecb||RE: request for transfer|
Sorry..I was not ignoring you..just a very busy summer that did not leave time for genealogy..I have transferred both to you..
Added by Janecb on Aug 31, 2015 5:03 AM
|Gracie Katherine||Ella Linkous|
Thanks for the info. She married Armstrong Spencer I think, too.
Added by Gracie Katherine on Jul 20, 2015 8:29 PM
|Gracie Katherine||Annie Roberts|
Thanks for the info. Would you know if she is related to Ella Linkous Davis? Ella was my husband's g.g. aunt. Thanks.
Added by Gracie Katherine on Jun 30, 2015 5:01 PM
|Gracie Katherine||Roberts Photos|
Thanks for the photos. I have a question about your Annie. Who are her parents? Have a great 4th of July. Take Care.
Added by Gracie Katherine on Jun 30, 2015 2:34 PM
|Eileen Shelton||Zollie Creech|
Enoch Creech married on 05 Jun 1886 in Lee County, Kentucky to Lourana Jones. Spelling could also be Laurana and transcribed wrong by family search.
Zollie's mother died as Mrs Lorraine Cockerham in Monica, Kentucky on 16 Oct 1865 in Lee County, Kentucky. These two facts should have been able to be found in Lee County archives as well as all the years that she lived and was added to the censuses in Lee.
Laurana is the d/o of my 2nd G-grandmother Louisa Lawson and Andrew Jones. After Louisa Lawson married Jeremiah Brewer in 1869, only Asa Jones was living with them from her first marriage and Laurana was living with her grandmother Eliza Jane Jones.
To my knowledge, Zolliecoffer was her and Enoch's only child. Name is on the 1900 Lee County census.
Added by Eileen Shelton on Jun 28, 2015 8:25 AM
|Eileen Shelton||RE: Louraine Jones, Zollie Creech|
I will get back to you late tomorrow or Sunday with all the info on Zollie. We had storms today so I was not on the internet and tonight I need to get some sleep before my brother's memorial service tomorrow.
Added by Eileen Shelton on Jun 26, 2015 9:15 PM
|Eileen Shelton||RE: Zollie Creech|
Thank you. I am sure you did all you could in that cemetery. It is great that you are in Kentucky right now.
When looking for Laurana, and she does go by several names-Louranie- Lourane-- Lurance--Laurana, she died as Lorraine Cockerham in 1939 in St. Helens voting precinct and buried in Monica. Her second husband is Zachary Taylor Cockerham. Information for DC was Lillie Creech.
I only had Zollie, so I will look up his sister. Thanks for the information.
Added by Eileen Shelton on Jun 13, 2015 9:34 AM
|Eileen Shelton||RE: Zollie Creech's mother|
Thank you for telling me the condition of this cemetery.
It was the younger Zollie(Zolliecoffer) Creech b. 1887, s/o Enoch that I was referring to. I think I saw the he was buried in this cemetery. His mother Lurana/Lorraine Jones was the d/o my gg-grandmother Louisa Lawson and her first marriage.
Added by Eileen Shelton on Jun 12, 2015 5:51 PM
Marvin, I am doing some research on my family and saw that you said Mary Ann Parsons is your grandmother. She is my great great great aunt on the Pennington side! How crazy!
Added by Sarah Pennington on Mar 25, 2015 10:40 AM
|Linda Lane||RE: pictures|
It was my pleasure.
Added by Linda Lane on Feb 14, 2015 7:18 PM
|Linda Lane||RE: Bruce & Pearl Davis photo request|
Ok, well don't give up. When I get my ducks back in a row I'll give it another shot. Maybe one or the other of them was the purchaser.
Added by Linda Lane on Feb 11, 2015 11:11 AM
|Linda Lane||Bruce & Pearl Davis photo request|
Hi there. I was at DeLand Memorial Gardens yesterday and hoped to fulfill your request for a photo for Bruce & Pearl Davis. However, the cemetery lists burial locations not by the name of the deceased, but by the name of the person who purchased/owns the plot. Seems very odd to me. Would you have any idea who that might be?
I'd love to take this photo for you!
Added by Linda Lane on Feb 11, 2015 9:34 AM
|Dave Davenport||RE: Thomas Davis|
THESE TWO CEMETERIES GET MIXED UP ALL THE TIME. GLAD WE FOUND HIM.
Added by Dave Davenport on Feb 02, 2015 5:45 PM
|Dave Davenport||THOMAS DAVIS 1893-1959|
FURTHER INFORMATION. HIS WIFE, EVA MURRAY DAVIS IS ALSO BURIED IN RESTHAVEN WEST. HER MEMORIAL # IS 142062970. YOU MIGHT WANT TO REQUEST A HEADSTONE PHOTO FOR HER ALSO. I DON'T SEE ONE PENDING AND THERE IS NO PHOTO ON HER MEMORIAL PAGE. HOPE THIS HELPS.
Added by Dave Davenport on Feb 02, 2015 9:39 AM
|Dave Davenport||THOMAS DAVIS 1893-1959|
THOMAS IS IN RESTHAVEN WEST IN GLENDALE ARIZONA. SECTION F. LOT 199, SPACE 2. YOU WILL NEED TO SUBMIT ANOTHER PHOTO REQUEST. THAT LOCATION IS A LITTLE TO FAR FOR ME TO DRIVE.
CEMETERY PHONE 623-939-8394
Added by Dave Davenport on Feb 02, 2015 9:22 AM
|Long Black Veil||RE: Palmer Cemetery|
I'm sorry I don't know where this cemetery is located.
Added by Long Black Veil on Jan 06, 2015 5:15 PM
I have been looking for information on Mamie for a long time. She is my Great-grandmother. Thank you for including the photo with her parents! Do you know where she is buried? The only information I can come up with is cemetery 37 in Filmore Kentucky.
Added by Kimberly on Dec 14, 2014 12:44 AM
|Martha Chrisman Riley||RE: Thomas Hill Davis|
You asked what my Davis line is. There are actually two and I don't think they are connected, but any info you can give me would be great!
1) Lewis Davis (Kentucky) 1802-1859, son of Isaac and Jane (Jameson)Davis -- married Margaret Coyle, who was my grandmother's aunt.
2) Hannah Davis (North Carolina) 1761-1811, daughter of Capt. Myrick and Margaret (Myers) Davis -- married my great-great-great grandfather's brother.
Do either of these lines end up with Thomas Hill Davis?
Added by Martha Chrisman Riley on Oct 18, 2014 9:05 AM
|Martha Chrisman Riley||Thomas Hill Davis|
Hi Marvin, I have been photographing my Davis ancestors in the Berea Cemetery, Berea, KY, and came upon T H Davis and Mary Bell Davis, so I added the photos of their graves to Find A Grave. I am still trying to find out if my Davis family is related to that family. I'll let you know if I figure it out. Glad to know of your research! It helps. Martha
Added by Martha Chrisman Riley on Oct 11, 2014 6:23 PM
|betty reese||RE: Faulkner-Tutt Cemetery|
I would have sworn that I already answered this but it is still showing I need to reply. I think I told you that if you need any info from Wolfe County that I might be able to get the info since I live here. Other than that I have no connections to the Tutts. I am just trying to photograph some of these unknown cemeteries.
Added by betty reese on Apr 25, 2014 12:51 PM
|betty reese||RE: Faulkner-Tutt Cemetery|
Marvin, I really don't have any info regarding the Tutts or Stampers. I do try to link my memorials together that I put on Find A Grave so sometimes I run across something that gives me info and here is a link on your James Stamper that I did find. http://yeahpot.com/stamper/james.html
If I can be of any help trying to locate info in Wolfe County, just let me know.
I know some of the stones that I photographed could really use a cleaning, but I do not like doing that as I may cause damage. One military stone really needs to be dug out and around. I just accidently found it as over half of it was buried under an ant hill. After two trips I was able to uncover it enough for a photo.
Added by betty reese on Apr 22, 2014 5:10 AM
|betty reese||Faulkner-Tutt Cemetery|
Marvin, I just photographed that entire cemetery a week ago and am in the process of getting memorials done. Can you give these directions: From Campton take 746 and go 3.6 miles. Cemetery is on the right side and there are no signs.
Added by betty reese on Apr 20, 2014 6:36 AM