James S Easley Thank You so much This has been driving me mad. Find a grave says he's there but no one knows where. If I can find Him that will make everyone else fall in line. I have proof that Elizabeth is my husband's Great-Great Grandmother. But I need James to finish it out. Thank You again for trying to help.
James Easley Hi! I have been to City Hall looking for James's grave. He is said to be the father of Miller Woodson Easley (My husband's great grandfather) Every where I look it says James Easley is buried at Seymour But can't Find him. On Miller's death record it says his father is James Easley from Tenn. Can you help me? Thank You
earl w potter #27766725 Greetings! I just found your email concerning my grandmother's son, Earl Potter. I am ignorant to the Find a Grave site other than looking up graves. I have no idea how to read your message other than in my email nor link the parents, as you requested. I thank you for your information on Earl. He was the only son of my Paternal Grandmother Nellie Mullins Potter Cox & her first husband.
Matney Family Transfers Thank you isn't enough! I appreciate the hard work you put in adding each memorial. Thank you so much for passing them to family!! I personally know how time consuming yet rewarding this site can become on a person.
Thank you for trying to find the grave for Neita Farmer in Memorial Park Cemetery. I really appreciate it. I am not surprised that she did not have a stone because her parents didn't have a lot of money most of the time.
RE: Van Dyke's I'm sorry I can't help with any of the history on your family. You might try contacting Marla Murphy #47142793. She has alot of obit her mother collected of people buried in and around Elmer area. She has been a get help to me for some obits and connecting memorials. Hope this helps you.
RE: Van Dyke's No I am not related to any of the Van Dyke's in Elmer Cemetery. They lived across the road from me as a kid and I started the memorial to get their names out there for family members. Any that you want me to transfer, I'll be glad to do it.