|Cheri Johnston (#47319121)|
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You're here, so you know cemeteries are fascinating! It is our pleasure to take photographs when we travel, so feel free to use any we've posted for genealogical purposes with no need to credit.|
Send requests for corrections by using the "edit" button. We all want Findagrave to be accurate, so I'm happy to make changes as needed.
Personal searches include these surnames: Johnston, Lemmond, Moon, Grant, Roper, Mobley, and Barnes, in Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky & Missouri.
For my husband: Hutchens, Wilson, Lynn, Brady and Pearson in Indiana and Ohio.
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Bob Johnston, Cathy and Russe..., Dave Jenkins, Friends of Fall..., Jane Hullum Ber..., Karen Maddox, Mary Ann Bagget..., Searchers of ou..., Sherri A., v f, Vicki Lais
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|John & Linda Russell||Vivian Garland Sutton|
Cheri - I have made the corrections you suggested and since this is your family I have transferred Vivian's Memorial to you so you may add any additional comments you wish. Thanks for you input.
Best Regards - John
|KBounds||Lois Dean & Paul Miller|
Hi, I was just wondering, I noticed on your photo requests, you have the lot and space listed but no section in which the lot is located. Do you by chance know which section they are in? That would help in getting a volunteer to go out and shoot the picture.
Added by KBounds on Mar 07, 2014 8:37 PM
|Sheryl Cuthriell||RE: Frances Sutton Wallace|
Hello Cheri! Pictured with Francis is Sam Wallace. My mother had met Gladys Wallace and must have gotten a copy of the picture from her. I remember meeting Glady when I was around 22. I also met Kathy Johnston-Dill at that time and she only lives a few miles from me. I see at the Tag Agency where I work. I have also spoken with Margie her sister on the phone. Who was your mother and father? Guessing your father was brother to Reuben Cecil Johnston? I don't have much info. on the Johnston side.
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I have another picture to give you that is not suitable for findagrave.
Added by bonehead on Oct 05, 2013 6:38 PM
|Jack Merrill||RE: USSVI|
Tell him he needs to join. Have him go to USSVI.org and check it out. I am Base Commander of Sea Poacher Base in Bartow, FL.
|Jack Merrill||RE: Geo Robt Moon|
I was in from 59 to 69 mostly in Key West. Does your husband belong to USSVI?
|Johnny Egger||Mary Alice Webb Chandler|
Thanks for sending the full name of this person. I have added the change you sent. Romney Cemetery.
|Phillip Plotz, M.D.||Westview Cemetery|
If you will call the cemetery office at 404-755-6611 and request the section and lot numbers, I will go and try to find your loved one. They want to charge me for the information. The cemetery is massive and it would narrow it down for me. Thanks.
|Nancy Towns||Thomas A.J. Mobley #60955469|
I think I've finally figured out Thomas Andrew Jackson Mobley #60955469. He's buried in Beaver Creek Cemetery, Fairfield Co., SC. Someone told me that they saw his tombstone in that cemetery so I requested a photo. You can see it if you go to that site.
The confusion to me is that there is a marker in Concord Presbyterian Cemetery next to his brother, Robert L. Mobley #5032422 (my great great grandfather), that reads T.A.J. Mobley. For now, I'll leave that photo on Thomas' memorial until more information comes along. Robert had a son named Thomas A.Y. "Tuck" Mobley who died in 1898. I haven't found his burial place so the "J" may be a "typo". Robert, his wife, Mattie, "Tuck" all died within a month or so of each other in 1898 (influenza?) so a sister was left to bury them. My great grandfather had moved to Florida and was not informed that his family had died.
I was going to contact you anyway. Do you have a copy of the Mobley Bible or any documents that show that Thomas and Robert are sons of Penelopy Jenkins and Isham Mobley, Jr.? My copy of the Bible doesn't have the title page and is not acceptable for documentation. It's an old Xerox copy from the 1980s.
|Floyd Lanny Martin||RE: Raymond & Genevieve Wilson|
So glad to be able to help. There are so many unmarked graves that it is great to have a pic for folks to have.
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