|Bill||RE: Linking 114144818 to Wm Hudson Ashby|
Added by Bill on Aug 12, 2013 6:18 AM
|Debbie Forte||William Hudson Ashby|
Hi Angela. I am responding to the message that you sent to me. I did not create the memorial for William Hudson Ashby. You did. However, I did add a picture of him to the memorial you created. I would be happy to add his first wife and other children to the memorial page, but I can't because it is your page. If you could please transfer the memorial page to me, I will be happy to update everything. My member number is #48172028.
|Debbie Forte||William Hudson Ashby|
I noticed an error on this memorial. Ellen Eleanor Wadley Ashby was William Hudson Ashby's "second" wife. His first wife's name was Mary Elizabeth Ramsey Ashby. She was the mother of all of the children you have listed on William Hudson Ashby's memorial page. I have created a memorial for her and you will find that link and number on Felix Benton Ashby's memorial page that I created. The location of her grave is unknown.
William Hudson Ashby and his first wife had eight children. He had five more children with his second wife, Ellen Eleanor Wadley Ashby.
I've added a picture of William Hudson Ashby to his memorial page.
|Gloria||Louis Fleming photo request|
On two trips to to this cemetery I took photos of every marker that was legible. Since then I do not go back to this remote area. It has not been maintained. GO Jags!!
Added by Gloria on Aug 26, 2012 11:09 AM
Saying hi to a distant cuz..Thanks for your work here..
|Tammy Kincaid Ballew||Claud Ashby|
We searched Pleasant Hill Cemetary and markers were not to be found. Contacted the caretaker and she sent me to Mt. Hope Cemetary to look for another marker. Low and behold that is where we found the Ashby you were requesting. I also have pictures of markers for infant daughter and son of Claud Ashby. If you would like them, please let me know. Good luck in your research.
I have other photos of other Ashby markers that we could locate also. This cemetary is full of them.
|TLH||Harry & Amelia Ashby|
I see you have a photo request at Restland Cemetery. If you can call and get a burial location for them, I will go and photograph the grave for you.
Added by TLH on Dec 25, 2011 8:59 AM
|Lisa Polster||Travis Ashby request Arkansas|
Unfortunately I was unable to locate your request. The Newton Cemetery is very overgrown(so sad) and it is in the middle of a farmers field fenced off with barbed wire. Here is a helpful website http://arkansasgravestones.org but they were also unable to find it too! Sorry!
|Brenda Allen||Emaline McAfee Allen transfer|
Thanks so much for transferring this to me ... and so quickly!!!
Even though I haven't officially claimed your request, a friend of mine and I are looking for more info. The problem is, there's not actually a "Denton Cemetery", but there are a few rather large cemeteries in Denton that have been known as "City Cemetary" or "Denton Cemetery". It will just take some time to search the cemetaries on foot since I've not been able to find that name listed on any of their inventories. I found an infant of J.L. Ashby listed on the inventory for IOOF Cemetery but the death of the infant was in 1903, so the dates don't match up correctly. Do you have any other information you might be able to share with me about this person? I will also check out what funeral homes would have been in business at his time of death and check their records. If I can find the funeral home that was used, then maybe I can find out for sure what cemetery he's buried in. Thanks for your patience.
Added by dabw on Oct 06, 2010 11:20 PM
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