In honor of my relatives and ancestors who have gone before me ... I have photographed many headstones in the cemeteries they are buried in. That is so others may also find their relatives and ancestors. And also for those who perhaps are not able to go there, but would like to leave a thought or something. Please feel free to write me, for any reason.
Unknown location of grave Hi, I have been trying to find my great=grandfathers grave for years now, with no luck. I did find out the my grandfather (William Parrish Cahoon) and his brother (Charles Cahoon) are both burried in Fairfield Cemetery without head stones. Just wondered if William A. Cahoon was also burried there without a headstone. He did live there till he was 75 in 1900 and then just disapeared from site. He's not listed on the 1910 census either. Thanks if you can help. (Hershey23062@cox.net)
George W, Jones I saw were there is George W. Jones grave. do you have any information on him? there was a George W Jones married to my husbands great grandmother, they had two children but we never knew what happen to him . this sounds like him, the same age and everything. Thanks Jewel Nagle
Thank you! I want sure how to "let the world know" that our Aunt John, married to J.D. Barnett, was a woman. My grandmother was named Clyde Eagle. (She never went by Clyde!) What's with those north central Arkansas grandparents giving girls such names? As my dad would say, it's a little Americana! Thank you so much for writing! Hoping to get to Bellefonte in a few weeks. Won't my early twenties sons love that visit. . . dead relatives! (Smile) Thank you, Laurie!
martin i am wondering if you would transfer the martins in the western grove cemetery as they all tie into my family. talleys are mine as well of robinsons and many others that are buried in the old part.
Honemann Family - Natrona, KS Thank you for posting all of the photos for the Honemann family buried in the Saint Paul's Lutheran Cemetery in Natrona, KS. These are all related to my second great grandmother, Catherine M. Honemann in Germany. Henry was her brother. If you would like to transfer these memorials to me, I would be happy to handle them.
Thanks again. It was a real treat to find these today!