|Perry Brantley (#47426789)|
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|Mark McCrady||RE: Sgt. W.J. Rose|
You are welcome, Perry. I went on Memorial Day, and the cemetery had placed American Flags next to all the Civil War soldiers. It added the perfect touch to his photo.
Take Care, '
|Chris Moss||RE: William H. Price|
You are very welcome. Visited this Cemetery many years ago and photographed the entire place. I recently pinned it on Google maps and it is pending approval. You can find it on Google Maps Sat view. Address would be 798 Pleasant Ridge Cemetery Rd, Edmonton, KY. It sits about 100 yards off the road at a notched out clearance at the edge of the field. Many large cedars growing in Cemetery and at least 1 headstone is visible from the satellite view. Many old fieldstones and sticks marking old unmarked graves. Photographed them all back in Spring of 2007. Haven't been there since. Interesting old place. Reportedly close to the original Old Pleasant Hill Meeting House before the Church was moved to its nearby present location. Story has it, the Church split over the issue of Slavery.
|Marsha Toles-Smither||RE: Joel H. Price|
You are very welcome. I was kind of upset to see this marker knocked over. But there are several family members in the same area. God bless
|Marsha Toles-Smither||RE: John F. Wintersmith|
It was my pleasure.
|Eric & Tami Lowery||RE: Levi England|
You are welcome! I will add more pics of Red Lick Cemetery soon.
The Am I mentioned was actually MM.
Added by Rob M on Apr 18, 2015 9:07 PM
|Rob M||Halbert Dougherty|
Sorry to report "no monument" for Halbert. His family's markers were the old thin type and vandals and thieves have done considerable damage to those of that era in Cave Hill. I found one family marker, which had been pulled up and left lying under the grass in the adjoining Lot. That marker listed Wm & Martha, who were apparently 5 years old (could not read the year). William is not listed in Cave Hill's database, but that is not unusual for that era. I will add a photo of that marker for their memorials and a photo of the Lot for Halbert, Sallie (buried 1867), & Ellen G (buried 1854).
Also, buried in the Lot with them are Francis and Caroline McCorkhill, along with some children of two other McCorkhills. Don't know if they are family to you, but will add photos for them.
Added by Rob M on Apr 18, 2015 5:37 PM
|Joyce Nance-Woodcock||RE: John J. Quinian|
You're very welcome; it was my pleasure.
|David Matthews||RE: John Lewis Rogers|
Glad yo liked them
|Linda Gravette Gentry||RE: Abraham Turner|
Your welcome... my pleasure
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