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Surnames: HILL, PEEL/PEAL, McGUIRE of Alabama, Virginia, Carolinas, Tennessee & Georgia. |
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|Laura Argo Higginbotham||RE: Lula E Argo|
I'm sorry....I haven't been on findagrave in ages and am now bouncing through and found your question. I am not at all familiar with the Argo you mentioned and have no suggestions as to who might could help you. So sorry and good luck in your research.
You are welcome to use the photo. No need to credit me.
Added by Essex on Nov 18, 2012 8:41 AM
|VJS||RE: Memorial #32315289|
I'd be honored if you used the picture I took. Sadly, I don't remember much about the cemetery except that it wasn't in the best condition.
Added by VJS on Sep 20, 2012 10:05 AM
|Richard Diamond||RE: Fields Headstone Photos|
Yes, of course. No citing necessary.
|Desert Wind||RE: William Cecil Hodges, Memorial#39121868|
Hello HillSeeker -- Yes, you may use the photo for William. Thank you for asking! You can use the caption that I have on the photo to cite the photo. It has all the info in it. -- Thank you! -- Laurel
Added maiden name and parents names.
Please feel free to use my photos. That's no problem, and I appreiate you asking. :)
Added by Blair on Jul 20, 2012 5:31 AM
|Shelly||RE: Oak Hill Cemetery Restoration|
Well, if you live in Hammond then you know all about it :-) I can give you Kara Gulickson's e-mail address and you can contact her about volunteering. She's the major person who got this restoration project going and was key in getting the Trustee's office moving on taking over the cemetery. I was born and raised in Hammond but now live in Central Indiana so it's not as easy for me to get there to help with clean-up, etc.
Contact me at my e-mail address: email@example.com and I will give you Kara's e-mail address.
Added by Shelly on Jul 08, 2012 8:15 PM
|Shelly||RE: Jesse Sutton, Mem#83480824|
Hi Sue. You are more than welcome to use the photo of the grave of Jesse Sutton. I did a little bit of research on Ancestry at one point and chose not to add anything extra because there were several Jesse Suttons in the area at that time. I have been leaning to this being Jesse Sutton who married Mary F. Sutton and if I am correct then a few of their children are also in Oak Hill Cemetery ... Albert, Dick and John Sutton (as well as mother Mary F.) and Dick's wife Inez. Am I anywhere near correct? If so, I'd like to add that information to the memorial. You are welcome to take over the maintenance of the memorial if you like.
There's no need to thank me ... I have been helped by many Findagrave.com volunteers and I, too, am quite thankful for their help and dedication. This memorial came about from the restoration of the cemetery as well as a major effort to record the stones before they are all gone. Have you heard anything about this poor cemetery???
Added by Shelly on Jul 08, 2012 5:31 PM
Hi Sue! Yes, you may use any pictures you like. Glad to help you with your family tree!
Added by Milka on Jul 08, 2012 10:07 AM
Sue - I could not find any records. I was in Alabama in April and I got the year from talking to the relatives who've lived there all there lives. Lacey's daughter Tincey died in 1967 and according to them Tincey claimed her mother died in 1901. Nobody knew of any written records or family bible notations.
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