|NHans||RE: Animated flowers|
Thanks. Your directions were excellent and I've used it once already.
Added by NHans on Apr 05, 2014 10:09 PM
I noticed that you placed an animated flower with bird on my Memorial# 81502007. It's great! How do I find them for my use?
Added by NHans on Apr 05, 2014 4:44 PM
|Ruth Smith||Mrs. Burnham|
Hello - I noticed your message on the memorial page for Mrs. Burnham at Poplar Springs Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery memorial #57707187 wising we knew her first name. I believe I have it and am related to the Burnham family. her name was:
Minerva Ann Chappell Burnham - Born: June 10, 1822 and died Feb. 5, 1893. She was married to William Burnham - B. 1821 in Georgia and died (I think during the Civil War) 16 April 1862 and is buried at the New Bern National Cemetery which is for veterans and is located in New Bern, N.C He served in the US army during the Civil War.
I will send an edit to the lady who put her memorial page on if that is o.k. with you.
Thank you for all the work you do on this web site and I agree with your philosophy about using the pictures I take. They are there to help others. Ruth
Added by Ruth Smith on Mar 31, 2014 11:24 AM
|shelia waskey||Elizabeth Grogan gravesite|
Dear Sabrina, I am very new to finding relatives. I am looking for my great grandmother's grave which is in Poplar Springs Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Carroll County, Georgia. I hope to pay a visit possibly next week. I need directions on how to find her grave. I am also trying to find her first husband William Dearing who died sometime between 1864-1870. Any suggestions or help would be deeply appreciated. Thanks, Shelia Waskey@ yahoo.com
Added by shelia waskey on Mar 27, 2014 5:52 PM
|patsy bollen||RE: Joyce Massey|
JAMES WALTER MASSEY 1886-1968 WAS THE S/O MARY MALRY WHITE AND WILLIAM MONROE MASSEY. HER FATHER WAS CORNELIUS "NEIL" WHITE AND MOTHER SARA AGNES POE. ONE OF HIS BROTHERS WAS AMERICUS "MACK" WHITE. HE WAS MY GREAT GRANDFATHER. THE ONLY THING I HAVE IN MY BOOK ON THE WHITE'S IS JAMES WALTER MASSEY MARRIED LORENA H. THEIR CHILDREN WERE ARLIN EASTERWOOD MASSEY, ARTHUR MASSEY, EVERETT MASSEY AND JOYCE. JOYCE HAD 1 DAUGHTER BRENDA M. MASSEY. SHE MARRIED TOM MCCARTY. I HAVEN'T DONE ANY RESEARCH ON THE WHITES IN A LONG TIME. ESPECIALLY NOT IN THE LATER GENERATIONS. YOU CAN GO ON FIND A GRAVE AND TRACE THE WHITES. YOU CAN START WITH MY MOTHER NANCY LUCILE THOMPSON BOLLEN, HER MOTHER LILLIE WHITE THOMPSON, HER FATHER AMERICUS WHITE. MY MOTHER AND MY GRANDMOTHER ARE BURIED IN THE BREMEN CITY CEMETERY, HARALSON CO. GA. MY GREAT GRANDFATHER IS BURIED AT MT CARMEL IN CARROLL CO. GA. NEAR TEMPLE. THIS IS NOT A CHURCH CEMETERY. IT WAS ORIGINALLY THE WHITE FAMILY CEMETERY. THE FIRST BURIED THERE WERE ROBERT AND SARAH MANERY BRADBERRY. THEY WERE MY THIRD GREAT GRANDPARENTS, THEIR DAUGHTER MARY ANN MARRIED ABDA WHITE. THEY WERE THE PARENTS OF 12 CHILDREN. NEIL AND MACK BEING TWO OF THEM. THIS WAY YOUR FRIEND CAN TRACE HER WHITE ANCESTORS ALL THE WAY BACK TO MY 4TH GREAT GRANDFATHER ANDERSON WHITE. HOPE THIS HAS BEEN OF SOME HELP.
Added by patsy bollen on Mar 26, 2014 9:56 PM
|dhintx||Leah Hall photo reorder|
No problem. Should have caught that when the request link was sent, but didn't. I like to have the personal photos at the top, too.
My husband has some Hall relatives in his tree, but they are mostly up in Wood county.
Added by dhintx on Mar 17, 2014 11:52 PM
|Kitty Kelley, Ph.D.||RE: Holdbrooks Graves|
Of course, I don't mind! I am happy that the photos are appreciated by family and friends. I just love the photos of my ancestsor grave stones, so I know just how you feel.
Added by Kitty Kelley, Ph.D. on Mar 13, 2014 11:55 AM
|Nancy ||Joseph White|
Thanks for the transfer of our gg grandfather. I appreciate it.
Added by Nancy on Feb 25, 2014 12:57 PM
|The Irish Lady||RE: Mary Jane Holston|
I found their graves and sent link requests back to her. Thanks for the help. Gail
Added by The Irish Lady on Feb 03, 2014 6:54 PM
|Robbin Kaylor||RE: Jackson Graves|
You are welcome. I was happy to do it.
Added by Robbin Kaylor on Dec 28, 2013 11:23 AM
|MCW||R Arnold King|
Arnold's father, mother and 1st wife have been added to his www.findagrave.com as you wished. May God bless & keep you, Mary Clyde
Added by MCW on Dec 02, 2013 7:38 PM
|Mildred Collins||RE: Melton/Milton S. Crawford|
I don't have any information on Melton Crawford or his family. I created his memorial because he was married to Louiza Kersey. She was my grandfather's first cousin. Melton and Lou were both buried at Hendricks Cemetery where a lot of other Kersey family members are buried. I am sorry that I can't help you on this. If I do run across anything on the Crawford family in the future I will let you know.
Added by Mildred Collins on Nov 23, 2013 12:24 PM
|Martha Fontaine Patterson||RE: Harmon W. Reed ~ Memorial # 71226351|
Thank you for the quick reply.
Added by Martha Fontaine Patterson on Nov 19, 2013 4:58 AM
|Martha Fontaine Patterson||Harmon W. Reed ~ Memorial # 71226351|
Good Evening, Sabrina:
I am doing Reed research for a friend and noticed that you photographed the headstone of Harmon W. Reed and wondered if you also were doing Reed research. I have an idea that this Harmon W. Reed remarried on April 1, 1884 to Mattie/Martha Taylor and from this union a child Charles Wesley Reed was born August 19, 1885, but I am not having success proving it. Are you doing Reed research?
Added by Martha Fontaine Patterson on Nov 18, 2013 6:48 PM
|Karen||Jane C Ayers Myers and Jacob Myers|
Thank you so much for the picture if my ancestors' tombstone. I have only been to the area once in my life. Passing through and didn't have enough information to search at that time. Having Nancy's information was an added help. One place I had seen her as a spouse and then not so the proof is great.
Added by Karen on Nov 14, 2013 8:43 PM
|Mountain Traveler||RE: Antioch|
Ok, that was Carter's Station that has the 2 cemetery locations and on Find A Grave they have a site for each of them.
I see that at Antioch they do talk about that other little cemetery. I guess then that the only thing that would be nice is to mark the plot section on each memorial as to if it is in that smaller section if at all possible. What do you think?
Added by Mountain Traveler on Nov 12, 2013 8:50 AM
|Mountain Traveler||RE: Antioch|
I got to thinking about it after I went to bed last night...lousy sleeper. That wasn't the church I was thinking about that has 2 cemeteries like that. I should have them put that on the main cemetery page for Antioch. If you could write me up a description of where that other little section is I could send it in to my contact at Find A Grave, or I could just use what you told me previously. I don't think I have been to this church. There is another church over on that side of the county that has a cemetery up on a hill and the church down the road a bit that also says it has a cemetery behind it somewhere. It is on Find A Grave as the new & old cemeteries. I'd have to look it up...too lazy this morning. How many stones do you think are in that littler section? Do you think those stones should be labeled under PLOT as to being in that smaller section? and would you know which ones they are?
Added by Mountain Traveler on Nov 12, 2013 6:30 AM
|Family Member||RE: Nancy Hankins Myers|
Unreal....I thought the area around this memorial looked different from the rest in the small fenced in part. Where it's located must be behind the play area? I didn't walk over there...
You are wonderful!
I'll be back up there next month and will go back...just want to see it.... :-)
Added by Family Member on Nov 11, 2013 8:56 PM
|Victoria Taylor-True||Antioch United Methodist Church Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the Pennington Photos from this cemetery.
It is great to find there is a headstone and another section of the cemetery that now will help us find other relatives' headstone.
Thank you so much for taking the photos as well as letting me know of your new find. Allowing me to fix the "no headstone" info.
Reallllly appreciate it
Added by Victoria Taylor-True on Nov 11, 2013 8:48 PM
That's funny. I looked for that 2nd cemetery once, but at the time I did not get out of the truck...husband driving. I just could not see where it might be. I am glad you found it.
Added by Mountain Traveler on Nov 11, 2013 8:22 PM
|Family Member||Nancy Hankins Myers|
How awesome to finally have the info from this headstone! Thank you so much for taking the time to locate and post. I have been there twice, but did not find it. Strange, as it is such a small cemetery.
I so appreciate your expertise!
Thank you again,
Judi Hankins Davis
Added by Family Member on Nov 11, 2013 3:51 PM
Thanks so much for the picture of the Evans stone. It's a great picture.
Added by Jennifer on Nov 06, 2013 1:14 PM
|patsy bollen||RE: OTIS HUGH BOLDEN|
THE PICTURE I HAVE IS VERY GOOD. I KNOW JOYCE WOULD LIKE TO SEE YOU. IT WOULD BE NICE TO GET TOGETHER. JOYCE'S DADDY OTIS AND MY FATHER JOHN WERE FIRST COUSINS. THEY JUST SPELLED THEIR LAST NAMES DIFFERENT. BOLDEN OR BOLLEN.
Added by patsy bollen on Nov 05, 2013 2:05 PM
|patsy bollen||OTIS HUGH BOLDEN|
HI, SABRINA ONE OF MY COUSINS TOLD ME THAT THE PICTURE I HAD ON CICERO BOLDENS GRAVE WAS HIM. I SHOWED IT TO MY COUSIN JOYCE BOLDEN DAVIS AND SHE SAID THAT WAS HER FATHER OTIS. SO I TOOK IT OFF. IF YOU WOULD LIKE ME TO ADD THE PICTURE OF OTIS LET ME KNOW. IT IS A REAL GOOD PICTURE AND IT LOOKS LIKE THE SAME ONES THAT YOU AND ANOTHER PERSON HAVE ON THERE. PATSY BOLLEN
Added by patsy bollen on Nov 04, 2013 8:23 PM
I know what u mean by that going to the gravesites of your family is better cause u there as in computer its not as good
Added by Jamie reed on Oct 13, 2013 6:15 PM