A heartfelt thank you to everyone that has fulfilled a photo request, responded to a transfer request (when possible)and has added additional information to the memorial pages. Your help is invaluable to those of us who may be unable to visit their final resting places.
I have added a few deaths with "unknown" burial places hoping someone in that area has the knowledge that can help fill in the blanks, as was done with Emma Lee [Davison] Ledford, my gg-grandmother - tombstone inscribed with "Emmer".
Findagrave is assuredly a place to add memorials, but it has also grown and exploded into something so much more over the years. It is a special place for those who would like the chance to remember and honor those who have passed before us.
With sincerest regards, Karen
When we die we become 'stories' in the minds of other people. Unknown
Labertha Landrum Almond Would like to hear from anyone working on this line as we are trying to find her parents. Some have reported they are John and Genetta Birdsong Landrum but so far we haven't been able to find any proof.
Any information will be most appreciated and we'd love to work with you. Hope you'll contact us directly at Broward223@att.net
RE: Ary Jane Chandler McKinney 62896110 I want to say a big THANK YOU for all the information you have put on this memorial. I wish everyone paid attention to detail like you have. It sure makes it easier for those of us looking for someone. The life history of that person is so interesting and I think you did a great job. Bravo to you!
Find A Grave volunteer said he wasn't here? Name Sheridan P Sizemore Service Info. PVT US ARMY AIR FORCES WORLD WAR II Birth Date 13 Jan 1923 Death Date 12 Sep 2003 Cemetery Garvin Cemetery Cemetery Address McDermott, OH 45652
This is the info submitted by the military, and when we requested a copy of his headstone the volunteer stated he was not in the cemetery. Could you assist? Respectfully submitted, Molly
RE: Re: Lucy Emma McDowell #16968148 It was fall nine years ago, but pretty sure this was the small (seemingly "abandoned" church). Leaves covered so very much so I turned to the internet for more info ... http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/jasper/cemeteries/concord.txt .... I see there is a photo loaded, but the grass appears to be well maintained (different from my visit). Perhaps the "submitter" of that photo can remember more.
RE: Re: Veo Pullin I understand you keeping Uncle Perry. I grew up across the road from Sister and Uncle Perry. He was quite a character. He had many a tall tale to tell. My brother took care of him, after Sister passed away, until his death. They were both very good people. I have several pictures of them and will share if you would like. Have a blessed day. Nancy