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IF YOU WOULD LIKE ME TO TRANSFER OWNERSHIP TO YOU FOR ONE OF YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS LET ME KNOW.
Some have asked why I do not move the flowers out of the way of the photos I take, I leave it as it Is out of respect to the family and friends that come to visit their relatives and friends.
Taphophilia = an abnormal love for graves and cemeteries.
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|Terry Foenander||Edward Langford Bridges|
I have the following data on Confederate Navy midshipman Bridges:
Edward Longford Bridges, resident of Richmond, Virginia; midshipman in the Confederate States Navy; served on the school ship, Patrick Henry, James River, in 1865; accompanied the guard that protected the Confederate Treasury, at the fall of Richmond, in April, 1865; surrendered and paroled at Houston, Texas, June 21, 1865; married at Washington County, Texas, on March 1, 1871. [Confederate Navy subject file, R – Prisoners and Prisons, RL - Paroles, A-W, page 16; Texas Confederate Pension application of Minnie A. Bridges.]
|Sandra Bertram Meier||Holland / Berryman - Grimes County|
I do believe that you have confused two cemeteries here. After researching we discovered that the directions on the home page for Holland Cemetery are the directions to Berryman Cemetery. It is marked Berryman.
We took all the tombstones photos yesterday and they match with findagrave records for Berryman and not with Holland.
The picture that you have of Holland has a comment written on it that this Cemetery is located on St. Rd 6 in Navasota, TX next to Crossing Community Church in Navasota. The photo you posted is of Holland and that is right. Only the directions are wrong.
Could you contact findagrave administration and have the directions to Holland Cemetery corrected. This was very confusing for us - Thanks
Hello- I saw your wonderful memorial to John McCausland of the Revolutionary War. So much care and effort went into it that I feel certain that he was your personal ancestor. I am curious as to whether you have a family tree of McCauslands. I have an ancestor, Mary McCausland, who was born in Virginia in the 1785-1795 range. She married William Evan Grant in 1816 in Frederick, Virginia. Anyway, that is the little info that I am certain of. There are many family trees that try to place her as a child of Oliver McCashland,1748-1824... Due to the fact that this Mary McCashland (born 1788) was married to a John Lake, who died after her, I am unsure. Anyway, thank you for your time. Beth
Added by Beth on May 06, 2012 8:44 AM
|Kat||Photo Request Gate of Heaven|
This is a huge cemetery, and without grave location, impossible to find. Grave location is not given to anyone but family.
Added by Kat on Nov 10, 2011 10:15 AM
|Kerin McAfee||RE: 52595049 Mary Emola|
Thanks so much for the transfers.
|Kerin McAfee||52595049 Mary Emola|
Would you mind transferring Mary Emola to me? She is a relative and I would like to be able to make family links.
Thanks in advance,
Have fun with the transfers.
|D. Sjolander||Rebekah Brantley|
Thanks for the transfer.
|Holly Ann||Anthony Cardwell/ Misenheimer Cardwell Cem|
Hi. Anthony Cardwell was my ggg grandfather through his daughter Sarah Angeline Cardwell Johnson. The Meisenheimer Cardwell Cemetery is located outside of Lockhart Texas off of FM RD 2001. Off of 2001 turn on County Rd. 234. It is a gravel road. Follow it around until you come to the cemetery on your left. This is a dead end road so you will have to turn around shortly after the cemetery. You can go to the Texas Historical Atlas page and look for historically designated cemeteries in Caldwell County and you will find it listed there with directions. We do have an active cemetery association and will be meeting in Lockhart on October 2.
|Bill Daugherty||Mary Glenn|
I did look in the area in Spring Creek Cemetery where your Mary Glenn should be but did not find her or Hamil Glenn. I did find the other Mary Glenn, and took a photo of her marker, and John C. Glenn. They could be somewhere else in the cemetery. I did not find them yet, however.
Are these Shirks related to the Shirks that owned McClanahan's Drugstore?
I'll keep my eyes open for other Shirks as well. I copied the info you sent to Storres. He's helped photograph some markers for me as well.
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