RE: CROSSWELL Family Hello i am not sure if i can help you or not. The Crosswells on my page were my Granfather and Grandmother. They were from my mothers second marrage to a man named joe Crosswell he was my step father. let me know what you need from me...thanks..Michael Crook.
RE: Roger L Smith Sr.Memorial #77238918 Sorry, I typed the obit as is, and I do not know if the Kagel is Florence's maiden name or another married name. I did see her obit and Gabbert stated as maiden name. Roger's obit had as survivors a brother John Smith and a sister Sue Hoover. I left the living children and siblings' name out as per guidelines. Sorry I cannot be of more help.
RE: Cox family Yes, my family is all from Kentucky; no pretty much about it. My grand parents are named Slusher, Parsons, Boatright, and Cox: all four branches arrived in the Bell Co./Harlan Co. area in the late 1700s and early 1800s. Mostly farmers and, then, in the early 1900s, coal miners.
Some of them migrated from North Carolina and Virginia.
Clinton H. Dodd and Howard C. Dodd Thank you for the additional information for Clinton and Howard Dodd. I added the information to Cinton's memorial. I am always happy to get more information on memorials Floydene
Harrison Hi Bev, I just got in my car to go down to Auburn Cemetery to find Florence and brought it up on my phone and saw someone put a picture up yesterday so I will take my claim down so she can claim it. I thought I was going to get down there a couple days ago, but got busy. Take care, Connie
RE: Iola Mace Headstone Poto I see them. I will look through the 250 photos I have left to post & see if they are there but I'm doubting they are. Those graves look like they would be in the old part and I began with the newer part. But I will be going back in the next 3 or so weeks so I should be able to find them at that time.