|Patricia J Cumbie (#46928973)|
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|Beth & Doug||RE: Dodson Photo|
Your very welcome! I'm happy to be able to help you out. :) Have a great day!
|Kelly Brown||RE: Galvin Headstone Photo|
I was able to get out to the cemetery today. It is a typical church cemetery. Looks like they cut the area, but nothing else. I suspect the family members, if they are in the area, are who really keeps their areas looking good. I did find something interesting. Next to Daniels marker is one for Mildred. However, there is not a death date on this marker. Then in the front of the cemetery is another marker for her with both dates on it. I will post the second marker on Find A Grave. I wonder where she really is? Daniels marker and the one of Mildred next to him is under a tree whose roots have moved the markers up out of the ground slightly. I have a call into the church, if they return my call, I will see if they can tell where Mildred really is. Kelly
You may use the photo, pls credit...Used with permission of Hillsborough FLGenWeb Project. As I mentioned I did not go to this location yet, but when I do, I will let you know how the cemetery looks. :)
|Kelly Brown||Daniel Galvin|
I placed a picture that I was able to locate from a survey done at that cemetery. When I get to that cemetery for another request, if I can get a closer picture then I will replace the one I placed today. Kelly
|Sam||RE: Bostic Headstones|
Yes you can use them.
Added by Sam on May 09, 2015 6:45 AM
|Margaret Brown Caldwell||Rev. Reuben Cumbee|
Do you know anything of the Reverend's pastoral history?
|al ray||RE: McCampbell Photo|
You're very welcome, of course. I sorry the stone didn't have some legible markings. It is my understanding that his stone is of the oldest in the cemetery..
Added by al ray on Apr 22, 2015 2:29 PM
|Steve Voss||RE: Templetons Photos|
Yes, you may use any of the photos I put on Find A Grave.
|Sue Ann Harfst||RE: Ingrams Headstones|
Well, it is so sweet of you to say so! If the goose droppings bother you, I can go back in the summer and try to get pictures without them. But it is a fact of life in Morris Hill Cemetery; their goose flock numbers many hundreds, and they rotate around visiting everyone. The pictures yesterday show the place as it really is ....
|ja-cgsb||Joseph Greenberry Adamson|
Hello, I have Joseph Greenberry Adamson's birth date as May 4, 1831. I took that from my great-grandfather's (Augustus Pitt Adamson) book. Joseph Greenberry Adamson's grandparents, Greenberry Adamson and Sarah Coates Adamson, were my 3rd great-grandparents. Jan Adamson
Added by ja-cgsb on Dec 28, 2014 3:03 PM
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