Oop's Let's try this again. Boy when I'm wrong I really out do myself. That was George Louis and not Godfrey. But the pictures I have were taken from the end of the Miner monument and I have other pictures that show George's name on one pic and Anna's on another. Watch your email....
Cave Hill Double check Cave Hill's database again. There are two Godfrey L.'s and the first one is in Section 5. lot 28 and that is who I have a picture of. Don't you think it's strange that the Minor's and Miner's have very similar monuments and they are beside each other. I am going to send their pictures to your email. That way you will have them if you find that they fit into your tree.
Fischer's I have taken pictures today and will enter them tonight. Could you send me your mailing address and I will send you the Lot Card. It show where everyone is buried and the day they were buried. There are 4 additional people buried there but do not have headstones. Be sure to check dates as I think one or two are in question.
Miner Family I located and photographed all persons with stones in that lot today. There are two other people, whom I will enter memorials for, also in the lot. My feeling is the woman, Edith M. Schwengel (#9) 1888-1974, may also be a Miner. Her husband is Edward H Schwengel (#10), 1887-1928. If they are your family I would be happy to transfer them to you.
Quesenbery's Per you question regarding Thomas W. Quesenbery I found in the 1870 VA Census: Joshua Age 34 Farmer Melinda 30 Keeping house Nancy 9 Thomas J. 3 Franklin P. 1 They were living in Carroll County, VA. I'm not related and have no further ibnfo at this time. Regards, JEM