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ancestryhunter2 (#46949759)
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Please feel free to use any pics that I post on Findagrave and please contact me about any changes or transfers. I took them for each of you to have!

I have been doing genealogy for about 10 years now. My sister and I have been going to different cemeteries around our county and taking pictures of headstones and adding them. We have been successful at finding a few cemeteries hidden on people's properties. We do not have family ties in these cemeteries, we do it to help everyone else. We also do it to document old graves before they are long gone and no one knows they were there. I have been searching for several family graves in other states for years. I hope someone comes across them one day and I hope we come across one that you are looking for one day!
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Pitit Fi
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Thomas Asbury- You have requested a picture of his stone for his memorial. I created the memorial and have a picture that a lady sent me but it does not meet Find A Grave guidelines. She had smeared it with shaving cream. (Cringe, I know.) The stone is no longer visible in the cemetery. Sometime prior to 2012, when the other stones were photographed, a playground was built over the cemetery. Members of the neighborhood sued to stop it but to no avail. The lady that took the shaving cream picture informed me of its location and that it was on the ground (the church laid the markers on the ground prior to 1959 using the school's agriculture students as the labor force, so they cut the grass easier.). I believe, from her description, that it is under the slide. I have tried to get the church to let me probe for it but have only gotten the run around. I will keep trying. If you would like a copy of the shaving cream picture for your records, I will be glad to send it to you via your personal email. Just send me the email address. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
Added by Pitit Fi on Jun 19, 2016 8:54 PM
BLESSING
Letha Reed Memorial# 46949759
Thank you sincerely for transferring Letha Reed's Memorial to me to manage.

Added by BLESSING on Jun 11, 2016 10:15 AM
Evelyn
147152593 Mollie Agnes Raines Caudill
I am sorry, I made a mistake in my attempt to connect Mollie her spouse, I just tried to change it but sure I could.

Her spouse was Hugh Lawrence Caudill.
I am very sorry.


evelyn
Added by Evelyn on Jun 09, 2016 10:19 AM
RG3
RE: 155262525 Samuel George
I saw that you moved him. While the cemetery is well kept, (because it is right in the middle of a golf course) there is plenty of evidence of unmarked graves. Based on what you said, I have no doubt that he is buried there. If his grave was marked, it isn't marked now.
Added by RG3 on Jun 08, 2016 9:14 PM
RG3
155262525 Samuel George
I did a photo survey of Horseshoe Cemetery (Black) today. While I did not find Samuel George, there are a lot of unmarked graves. You did not reply to my previous message, so I don't know why you placed him in the other Horseshoe Cemetery. If he is buried in the Horseshoe Cemetery that I added to Findagrave today, there is no evidence of his grave site there either.
Added by RG3 on Jun 07, 2016 5:09 PM
RG3
155262525 Samuel George
You created a memorial in Horseshoe Cemetery for Samuel George. This is a Snidow Family Cemetery. It is completely mapped by the family as to who is buried there and where their graves are. While there are graves with no stones or unreadable stones, the family has a name for every grave. Samuel George is not on their list. First, where did you get your info that he is buried there? Two, is he black? If he is he may indeed be buried in another cemetery that was also part of the Snidow Horseshoe Plantation and started as a slave cemetery. According to the local undertaker it is also called Horseshoe. This Horseshoe cemetery is not on Find A Grave yet. I do plan on getting out there this month and documenting what I can find. Could this be where Samuel George is buried?
Added by RG3 on May 09, 2016 8:19 PM
Sue Lapp
FYI
I noticed you had photo request for Samuel Muncy Deskins and his wife Rachel Ratliff Deskins, I wanted to let you know there are no markers and this information is by word of mouth as to where they are buried.
Added by Sue Lapp on May 08, 2016 7:54 PM
Edward Rodrigues
Beatrice Butler
It is her cause her mother is buried right next to her.
Added by Edward Rodrigues on Apr 05, 2016 4:13 PM
Edward Rodrigues
Beatrice Butler
The cemetery has Beatrice Butler buried in block 3 lot 421 grave 8 per their records. The grave site has a headstone Beatrice Boyd in that slot born 1900 - 1961 could they be the same?
Added by Edward Rodrigues on Apr 05, 2016 3:52 PM
Ronnie Mallory
RE: Graveyard
Hi, Ancestry Hunter I would like to try and find this cemetery. I will need to no such things as who the land owner is, name of cemetery, GPS, and etc. I have been on this Mountain Range before it is real tuff terrain. Just e-mail me any information that you may have that would help.
Thanks

Ron
Added by Ronnie Mallory on Mar 24, 2016 9:39 PM
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