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Dottie Meadows (#47025565)
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RE: William Meeks
You're quite welcome. Happy to assist. Best, Tom
Added by Thomas on Mar 25, 2015 4:37 AM
Emile and Charlotte
RE: Emerson Eugene Chapman
Thanks for getting back to me with this information. I now see , I believe, the main reason. There is an inactive poster, and the other is a Greg who I have contacted several times with no response. I feel badly this small, neglected cemetery now has over a 1000 souls when there is < 400 up and down the side of a mountain. Folks also appear to believe red warrior means "red warrior cemetery", which is not the case. I have tried to just let it go, but the history is so great and seems such a loss. Thanks for listening.
Added by Emile and Charlotte on Mar 25, 2015 12:21 AM
Barbara Blankenship
RE: Oscar B Atkisson
I usually go into the office about once a week with a few names. I don't want to overload them all at once as there are 88 requests on the list. I will try and get to some of yours as soon as possible.
Added by Barbara Blankenship on Mar 24, 2015 5:55 PM
M. Richards
Emily & Randolph MARCUM
No Emily and Randolph did not divorce. There is a misprint in copied Scioto County records. If you check the original paperwork, Randolph Marcum married "Emma" Lewis on May 23, 1909. Also check the 1910 US Census. Hope this clarifies the dates for you.
Mary Richards
Added by M. Richards on Mar 22, 2015 11:21 AM
Cindy Dodd
Adele Perkins
Adele Perkins is buried in Riverview Cemetery in Richmond, VA. She is my Great Grandmother and I scanned in the original picture and Obituary and up loaded them to ancestry.Please give credit to me cyndidodd which is my ancestry name.
Added by Cindy Dodd on Mar 20, 2015 2:59 PM
Victor Noel
William Blaine Kirk 143592485
Hi Dottie,
I looked through Lockbourne Cemetery and could not find a stone for William Blaine Kirk. This cemetery is a very old canal-era cemetery and most of burials were before he was born. I do not think he is there.

Vic Noel
Added by Victor Noel on Mar 19, 2015 9:22 AM
Melinda Pearl Allen-Grimes
Evelyn Newsome Kirk & Pearl Kirk Preece
Hi there,
It is my understanding that Evelyn Newsome Kirk, my great grandmother is buried in Delbarton at the Farley Cemetary up on top of the mountain. And my grandmother, Pearl Kirk Preece is buried in the Preece Cemetery with my grandfather Carl Preece and their son Carl Preece, Jr.
Melinda Allen-Grimes
Added by Melinda Pearl Allen-Grime... on Mar 18, 2015 9:47 AM
RE: Nancy McCall's memorial
I have transfered her memorial from me to you. Kay.
Added by Kay on Mar 14, 2015 11:30 AM
Rhoda Marcum Burks
RE: James P Kirk
Maybe we can just email each other. My email is
I have a few questions about what you just stated....
1. Who is the 2nd wife you speak of as I have Wm. Ratliff married 2nd to Laura Porter. I don't know of his first wife, Florence being buried there, so did you find some proof.
2. Hessie is buried in Huntington possibly at Woodmere Cemetery
3. McKinley "Ken" Kirk, who is a half brother to your James P. Kirk was buried here but later dug up and taken to Huntington. Quite possibly where Hessie is, since that's his full sister.
Added by Rhoda Marcum Burks on Mar 11, 2015 12:35 PM
Rhoda Marcum Burks
RE: James P Kirk
Just wanted you to know that there were more of his relations in that cemetery. His brother Henry Matthew Kirk or I think they just called him Matt Kirk, used to live in the little white house on that same sharp curve that the cemetery is on. His house was on the south side, almost across from the Grade School.
Another of his brothers died in Kansas. Albert M. Kirk. I would really like to know where he is buried and if it is in this Murphy Cemetery. So if you find any info on him, I'd appreciate it. The funeral was held in Kermit so I'm assuming he was buried somewhere in that general area.
Added by Rhoda Marcum Burks on Mar 11, 2015 8:15 AM
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