Ethel Catherine Barden Wilkinson Dottie, You're very welcome for the picture. There are a lot of photo requests for this cemetery and it is quite large, but I'll keep working on it and hopefully get more of your requests fulfilled. Danna
RE: Irene Elizabeth Walton Bottoms I was very happy I could help you as much as I did. I did not get quite done walking the cemetery but it was finally time to head back home. I wish I could spend more time at the cemetery. I have no idea how many memorials I created so I imagine there is a lot undone there. I hope someday you are able to make it there. It appears you are closer than I am as I live in NE Indiana. I was born in NC and so was my mom but my Dad move us to Indiana when I was a small child. Hope you have fun searching and have a great weekend. Barb
RE: Irene Elizabeth Walton Bottoms You are very welcome. Unfortunately, there will be no more photos coming from me. I live in NE Indiana and I was in VA for a funeral. I enjoyed my time at the cemetery as we were stranded a few extra days because of car problems. I hope someone else takes on the request but that area doesn't look very active. Have fun. Barb
RE: Mary Traina Taylor You are very welcome. I do enjoy the search and find and as a bonus I get some exercise too. I do see you have quite a few requests at this cemetery. Glad I was able to help you out a little. Barb
RE: Gladys P Ellis You are very welcome. There was a Gladys Pearl Ellis-Lewis Cummings close by with Walter Jr so I added memorials and photos. Don't know if she is someone you would be interested in or not. Barb
RE: Margaret Edna McDonald Bing I am so sorry. It is entirely possible that she is buried there, however, in 2007 a friend and I took it upon ourselves to catalog this cemetery. We walked it about 7 times, checking each grave with our database each time. We did find many errors, and corrected them each time. On the final walk through we had minimal adjustments and felt it was as accurate as it would get. We also photographed each stone while there. However, in the 7 times we walked it, the grave was never found. There are over 11,000 known and marked graves but you can see where many graves are and they have never had a headstone. If you know of additional family it is possible that I could check their sections and see if I can find an indention of a grave where she might have been placed. I will be happy to do that for you if you tell me of someone else close by.