Glare, etc I never was able to get a photo of Jim Gammel's picture on his stone that didn't have a bit of glare in it. Uploaded it anyhow, but will go back later in the week when it's supposed to be cloudy and see if I can't get a better photo.
Sorry that the photo of James Morris's stone is so skewy, but there were flowers in the way, and since I never touch offerings, I could only get a shot that showed the inscriptions from the side.
Didn't see any other Hills. Let me know if there is ever any other photos in my neck of the woods you'd like me to get. I go around Lonoke County and over some into Prairie County. Have a great day! - Dee
! Me and a number of other folks in my neck of the woods are having connectivity issues, apparently the problem is with our provider, so I am online sporadically right now. BUT, Good Lord willing and the creeks don't rise we will be out to Walter's Chapel tomorrow morning and get the photos for Andrew, Frances, Jimmy, Jim and James, and I will get them on here and there if not all at once.
Will get photos of other Hills if I spot any but will notify you of them before posting to confirm kinship.
Take care now, hear? And have a mighty fine weekend! - Dee
Andrew & Frances We ought to be back out to Walters Chapel next Saturday, I will get the photos then. Since Andrew and Frances do not have memorial pages, I will make "bare bones" memorial pages for them (name, dates, & location), post the photos to them, and then immediately transfer management of the memorials to you, if of course that is all right with you.
If I spot any other Hills besides Andrew and Frances I will go ahead and get photos and then notify you before posting them.
I am thinking that at least one other Hill buried there may well be related however, an infant's grave, Andrew Hill, is right next to your aunt and uncle. Andrew was born and died in 1997, a grandson of theirs perhaps? Maybe not, but the location of his grave sure is suggestive, so I thought I'd let you know of it.