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Praise the LORD...my husband is in remission from Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma.|
Now I will have more time for Findagrave and genealogy!
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|Lynn||Lou S. Powell|
Would you please consider deleting your 2014 memorial for Lou? I established one for her in 2012. I thought she was buried in Towash Cemetery. Recently, I was sent an email by a findagrave photographer who told me that Loui's grave in Towash had been moved to Whitney Memorial Park when Lake Whitney was built. So, today, I edited the cemetery from Towash to Whitney. I then discovered that you had recently established a memorial for her there. My memorial has several links to family members. Lou was actually Louisa "Lou" Sarah Dyer Powell, the wife of Adam Benson Powell. Thank you for your consideration.
Added by Lynn on Mar 20, 2014 3:28 PM
|amys||RE: Robert Kesinger|
You are welcome, Sherry. For what it's worth, Robert and Edith's graves are in a nice spot near a big spruce tree. There were lots of cones and sticks sprinkled around and on their headstones, very pretty IMHO. (-: Take care, Amy
Added by amys on Feb 25, 2014 4:41 PM
|Debra Bell||Gerald Trevor Smith|
This cemetery is not large and we have searched all areas for this person. There are many graves without IDs. We even found two that were totally covered with diet and leaves. I am sorry but as of today we have not found Gerald Trevor Smith's grave.
|Sandy Bush||A. Wood marker|
Will photograph the marker for A.G. Wood 1864-1942 in Brumfield Cemetery, Seiling, OK when our snow clears. Sandy
|J Ziggy||Celstial Shelton|
I have added the links you requested.
Thanks for the info.
Added by J Ziggy on Jan 31, 2014 8:17 AM
|s schultz||Dora Ellen Wood Brock|
First CONGRATS! I pray a long, long, long remission. :-)
Dora Wood Brock was my Grandfather's cousin (Leonard Wood). I was wondering if I might have your permission to use the information you posted in our famiy tree. I was thrilled to see a picture of her. Grandpa has a memorial page as well (Leonard Wood, Napa, CA). Thanks so much for considering my request. S
|LKat||David O Burris|
You are welcome, always glad to help.
Added by LKat on Dec 22, 2013 4:13 PM
Im trying to fill your request for his photo, I Photographed the entire L section and could not find him, I did find pics for 2 other Pruitts and added those. Im going back today maybe Ill get lucky.
|Tom White||Nestrole/Nestroyle Family|
You requested pictures of the memorial markers for Mary and Frank Nestrole. I located the marker, but the name is spelled differently. I will notify the memorial creator of the discrepancy.
The picture I took is the reverse side of the family marker for Charles Nemec and his wife.
|Larry C Marcum||John Andrews photo Request|
I saw your photo request for John Andrews in the Methodist Church Cemetery in Bethesda, Williamson County TN. According to local residents, the Old Methodist Church was located on Bethesda Duplex Rd at the site of the present day Masonic Lodge. There is a cemetery on the property and I assume this is the Methodist Church Cemetery. However, John Edwards cannot be located in this cemetery although there are several stones in the cemetery that are not readable. Upon further investigation I located the Andrews Cemetery on Bethesda Rd which has recently been renovated. There is a stone in that cemetery for John Andrews with dates that match (1765-1842). This stone appears to be newer than 1842 and may have been erected when the cemetery was renovated in 2007-09. I have attempted to contact the sexton for the Andrews cemetery without success to learn more of the history of this cemetery.
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