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|ivygeni||RE: ❀ THANK YOU ❀|
No problem, glad to help. :)
Added by ivygeni on Jan 26, 2015 11:49 PM
so sorry for the oversight. I have corrected his name and added his parents
|Churchwell||RE: ✰ Thank You ✰|
Mark, you are welcome. Today was not the best day (lack of sun) for photographing but hopefully these photos will be okay. I used baby powder to enhance the epitaphs on the slabs. If there are others in Chambers County that you want, don't hesitate to ask.
Don Clark - LaFayette, AL
|Kaye (Wickline) Rogers-Wells||RE: Thank You|
You're welcome. Eliam Cemetery is nearby and I enjoy going there and fulfilling photo requests.
|Barbara (Devine) Davis||William Cloyd|
Mark, I do not know any more about William, only what is on the memorial... sorry
|Becky Carden||Pictures of Gravestones|
Thank you Mark, for posting the pictures of the gravestones for my Alsey Stephens! I appreciate it very much!!
Glad I was able to find the obit. Been doing a lot of research on a branch of Bliss's that went from Pennsylvania to Oregon, so was really curious to see if there was a connection. So far, there isn't, but you might check the Genealogy of the Bliss Family in America that is available online at archive.org It's from the 1870s, and probably has errors, but might be a resource if you are looking that far back. Best wishes on your history and grave walking.
Added by Pam on Nov 18, 2014 1:20 PM
|Don Green||RE: Thank You|
You're welcome for the photos, Mark. No, I didn't see a marker for Jack Bryarly (or any others), but there is certainly room for more in the Mignonette lot. A lot card from Inglewood would show who is buried there and what graves are open.
1st message was for Jack & Dorothy
|Don Green||Fred & Laura Bryarly|
Hi again Mark,
Once again a family memorial associated with your photo requests. This time it is Bryarly Bryant, so makes sense. The only Bryant I saw was Daniel (1885-1886), maybe a brother of Laura ? Also 1886 was well before this cemetery opened, so Daniel was either moved or this is just a centotaph (would have to contact the cemetery). Also, I would guess Laura's parents are buried there either in unmarked graves, or perhaps the markers have sunk. Again you would have to contact the cemetery. Finally there is also a Janet Bryarly (1935 - 1974) buried with a Fred E (1936 - no year of death). You certainly get your money's worth with these requests ! :)
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