I've been working on my family tree since 2007 and if it wasn't for Find A Grave I don't know where I would be. FAG has been such a tremendous help to me. Family lines I'm currently working on: Buck, Leroy, Rhea, Hollis, Gilbreth, Crawford, Robinson, and Owen.
I will be happy to transfer memorials that I have added to family members. I, unlike a few others, do not need "proof" that you are related. It's a sad day when someone won't transfer a memorial that they added and are not related to.
I looked for a stone for John Gilbreth in Bethel Cemetery yesterday & did not find one. The only one is Robert Dale Gilbreath & I have posted that photo.
I checked the Pope County Cemetery Book (copied 1970 by Viva Moore) and she did not list a John Gilbreth in Bethel. He may be buried there and does not have a readable stone. The Family Files had an article on Jess Gilbreath m. Rosetta Renfro in 1902 and lists their children. It was in the Searcy County Ancestor Information Exchange, April 2002.
RE: RM Rhea No problem. Cemetery is only about 2 miles from me. There is another grave about 2 or 3 spaces over that has the same type of concrete cover but has no name. I think it is some of the Rhea's because they are all in same area. Also on T.J's and R. M.'s stone it looks like something such as a plaque had been on there at one time.
Georgia Buck Holder On Georgia's find a grave - I connected her to her parents, children, & siblings. There is one more sibling - Frank Buck born 1885 married Fannie____. Haven't found his Find A Grave yet. Georgia is one of yours. She is my dad's aunt.
Bucks Hi Anita - I found some more links to other Bucks so I'm sending Morgan Buck's Find A Grave again with the added links. Thanks again for giving me Morgan. Also, you might want to check some of Dock E. Buck's siblings (he is my grandpa) but I notice further down the line they seem to intertwine with other Bucks and it might be helpful to you. Martha