RE: Old photo request I'm sorry, but after walking through this entire cemetery, I could not find anything identified as any Ewing. There are several "unknown" markers, done simply on a small cement block throughout the small cemetery. I did take a photo of one of the unknowns. If you would like that I will happy to share it with you. Sorry I did not have any luck. I left a comment on the request as well. -Jeff
Old photo request I notice you have a rather old photo request for a Dr Alexander Ewing, Find A Grave memorial 9764766. This cemetery is just a mile from my house, and I'd be happy to look for this headstone. Given the amount of time passed from your request, I thought I'd ask you if you ever heard anything about it?
Photo requests I see that you have left photo requests for David Baker and his wife Phebe Baker in the Morristown Baptist Cemetery in Morristown, New Jersey. You may not have noticed in the description of this cemetery that it is an extinct cemetery. Remains were removed in the late Nineteenth Cemetery to Evergreen Cemetery in Morristown where these remains may now be in unmarked graves. David Baker and Phebe Baker were my fourth great grandparents. I am curious about your relationship to them. I can direct you to a good deal of information about them that you may not have. Please feel free to contact me. My e-mail address is email@example.com. Eric Baker Durham, North Carolina
I am interested in the 'warning' you posted regarding the woman who lives near the Butler-Short cemetery in Amite, MS. I am descended from the Butlers (Decatur N. Butler and Martha Wilkinson Butler are my 4th gr. grandparents) and I was interested in visiting this cemetery one day soon.
Were you personally accosted by this person? What happened exactly?
I was visiting gravesites for my family in Arkansas and found a plot area for the Aydelott Family. There were two headstones: one for William and Margaret and one for Edwin Aydelott. I also took two pictures of the plot area. There seems to be a "corner" marker, a whitish stone with possibly a "W : A" carved in it. I hope this helps.