|William Anthony Watkins (#47007064)|
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My name is William Anthony Watkins, I go by Anthony, I live in Florence, Alabama, since I have been a member I have enjoyed every minute of it. I look forward to my off days so I can go graving. I enjoy being able to help people find their relatives tombstones and I can't wait to get home and check my e-mail to see if I have some new cemetery to visit. My wife has let me know several times that I am addicted to graving and my computer. If you send me some names near me I will do my best to photo the stone and get it sent to you as soon as Possible.|
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|Glenda Sims||Rufus W. Sims|
Thank you for your efforts; they are very much appreciated. I would like to offer a correction and additional information re: my grandfather, Rufus Wesley Sims. Correction: he died in Florence, Lauderdale County, AL, not Winston County. Additions: my grandmother Leona Hyde Sims was born in 1882; my grandfather also had a full brother, William. (As far as I know Rufus and William were the only children born to John and Emma Sims.)
|Sharon Counts Morris||John M. Counts, Sr.|
I thank you so much for the photos of my grandfather's stone. I greatly appreciate you taking the time to fulfill my request. Best Wishes in your future "graving" endeavors!
Sharon Counts Morris
|Arie Donaldson||Paul Monroe Donaldson|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take photos of our loved ones gravesite. Arie Donaldson
Thank you so much for taking the time to take the pictures of my ancestors memorial. I can not say thanks enough. Arie Donaldson
|Tom Tosh||Murray Family|
Thank you very much for the pictures of their grave markers. I certainly appreciate your time and effort in doing that.
Added by Tom Tosh on Nov 01, 2013 1:18 PM
|Shirley||RE: Ronald Robertson|
Thank you very much, it is appreciated
Added by Shirley on Oct 28, 2013 9:00 AM
Thank you so much for the great photos.
Added by dandrew on Oct 22, 2013 1:46 PM
|Ann Elizabeth Conway||RE: Casey Cemetery|
From Florence -- go north on Al 157, go .4 miles to where road curves & stop. There is a farm road on the right, follow this road, walking west & staying as close as you can to the hedge row for 785 yards. When you reach the corner of a large field on your right, and woods in front you turn right and follow the edge of the field and the woods. There is a large oak tree about where you should go into the woods. The cemetery is not listed on the 1987 Lauderdale County Hwy map. The legal description is Sec 7, T2S, R11W.
This is the directions surveyed by Orlan Irons in 1990.
Note: This cemetery is on privately owned property & I have no clue who owns it. Mr Irons took me down there close to 10 years ago & he knew the people there. I don't know that I would actually remember how to get there from the directions above. I do remember 2 large farms. The road took a very sharp left curve. We parked in the curve & then walked a straight line between the 2 properties up to the back border of the property on the right. We took a right at the shrub line & walked for a short distance - then took a left into the shrubs & lots of thorn bushes.
I wish I could give you better directions & do wish you good luck in finding the cemetery. I wish we had a way to get this cemetery cleaned up & had someone take interest in preserving it.
|Tab "n" Tony||Cecil & Adolphine Patterson|
I want to thank you for all the hard work you do and did for me...I really appreciate it so very much. Hope you have a great week! Thanks again!
Thank you very much for the photos!
Added by Lisa on Oct 16, 2013 6:31 PM
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