|Emerson Monument (#47198354)|
| || member for 7 years, 1 month, 8 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
Emerson Monument Co. has been serving families in Northwest Arkansas, Southeast Missouri, and Northwest Oklahoma since 1914. |
Over the decades we have helped families create beautiful memorials; in doing so, we have memorial records dating to 1926 (the 1914-1926 records are yet to be recovered) as well as most NWA cemeteries with their respective caretaker contact information on file.
Please let us know if our records may be of assistance to you- we love to help with fun geneology projects!!
|Messages left for Emerson Monumen... (4)||[Leave Message]|
|Freda||Vina C. Pearson in Bluff|
Thank you so much, I have changed the spelling
Added by Freda on Jun 17, 2011 9:12 PM
|Freda||RE: Unmarked Graves in Shiloh Cem.|
Yes I will, do you know the persons name that was moved? I have an obit somewhere that explains some of the removal of the graves. I have been think about you, I didn't make it up there this week, I haven't forgotten. I will try to make it to see you Monday. If I can find that obit I will e-mail it to you.
Added by Freda on Dec 05, 2009 3:38 PM
|Freda||RE: Bluff Cemetery|
I will dig up what I have and bring it buy your business,I not sure if I will get by there this week but I will try to get it to you by next week. I think that it is great that you are interested in the cemeteries. There is so much history in them.
Added by Freda on Nov 16, 2009 10:50 PM
I have been working on the Bluff Cemetery for a while. I have talked to Larry at the City, who now takes care of the cemetery. We have been trying to ID the unmarked graves that were moved from the Shiloh Cemetery to the Bluff Cemetery. I know this maybe before you records start. But would you happen to have anything on the Bluff Cemetery around the early 1900's? I will go back in my records and look and see just when the graves were moved. I do know that when they moved them most of the headstones where not put back on the graves. Just thought I would ask.
Added by Freda on Nov 15, 2009 10:26 PM