McCamy Cemetery Michelle, The subject cemetery is in Marshall County, Alabama and is where my Grandparents and great-Grandparents are buried. I had a hard time finding it on Find a Grave, because it is spelled McCamey Cemetery on the site. Do you have any way to correct the spelling? (you are listed as the person that added it)
thanks/AL. Laten photos Thank you for all of your efforts. Your contributions are appreciated. How blessed we are to be able to link our family chains together. The photos help me to feel present with my loved ones and able to pay my respects, even when I am far away. I appreciate your time and kindness. Sincerely, Penny Habermehl
I personally want to thank you for the grave marker photo for Pvt Challie Whitworth, it looks great! I wished everyone in the military had their markers showing out of respect for their service to our country. Thank you for taking the time to photo his marker, I know I didn't put in a request but you took photographed it and added it and I thank you. BTW, my sister's name is Michelle so i have a soft spot in my heart for anyone name that! *hugs*
Thank for finding and photographing the gravestone of Lena Maley. She was my grandmother. Would you please transfer her findagrave listing to me to manage? Thank you again for photographing her gravestone. Sandy
Christopher C Cloud #111589748 Michelle, would you please check your research and consider a correction to a link you have for Christopher C Cloud in Bolivar Cemetery in AL. You have George Cloud #143296742 in Forest Hills Cemetery in Chattanooga link as his son. I believe that George is the son of George and Nancy Cloud buried in Forest Hills cemetery and in the same plot with him. I could be wrong, but it just seems logical, unless you have other information. Thank you for your consideration SteveL
RE: Old City, South Pittsburg It looked like most of your pictures were taken in the summer when everything was green. Did you ever see a snake? Not sure I would be brave enough to go up there then. I will keep you posted on the clean up. I think they are there because they are 9 WW1 veterans buried in the cem.