I am a genealogy nut.I take photos and transcribe information from tombstones with hopes of helping someone with their family history.If I have put a memorial page up for one of your family members and you would like to do it yourself then email me and I will gladly remove mine.
Nathan Mayfield Nathan A. Mayfield 02-17-1872--12-07-1953 & Harriet P.(Ellington) Mayfield 02-03-1872--08-14-1952. These are my Great Grandparents. You have him buried at Dowd Cem. they are buried at Batson Cem. Johnson Co. Ar. His find a grave #29917967 her find a grave #66443293.
6279154 Hi Judy, You are doing a great job and so appreciated! Addie May Hanson has two memorials - is there a way to combine them as both are good. #37986909 shows date of birth and where is is buried and 6279154 shows her parents and cause of death. Thanks, Charlene
Thank you so much for posting the photos and info on my great-great grandfather Thomas H. Doss. I came across a different date for his death: Feb. 6, 1912. In my search I found his Military Pension files that indicate filing for his widow (Elizabeth J Doss) was Mar.13,1912 which appears to support a Feb 1912 death. I was hoping that could be updated. His Find A Grave memorial is #31113192
Thank you again for all your wonderful work- it is very appreciated!! PMCalcagnie
Memorial# 36433162 Judy, thanks so much for creating this memorial for my relative, James Mustain! I've read that there are 400 unmarked Confederate graves in this cemetery, and I didn't know if I would find his grave.
I've done extensive research on James, along with his cousins: my great-grandfather Nathaniel Baxter Mustain, Nathaniel's older brother, John, and their young uncle, Shadrack Thomas Mustain. All volunteered into Company A of what was later renamed as 15th Arkansas Infantry Regiment (Northwest), Company A.
James' Muster Roll was indeed labeled as McRae's at the time he was left in Van Buren hospital. I've sent you an email with research to update Jame's memorial page. I appreciate your time and help.