Please let me know if any memorials that I have created have errors - I will be glad to make a correction. Most of the one's I have created, I have gotten the information from the markers I have photographed.
If I have created a memorial of one of your ancestors and you would like me to transfer it to you, please let me know. I will be glad to do so.
RE: Fletcher Wyatt Brown # 67385150 Hello Angie, Thank you for your reply and offer. Fletcher is my dad's 4th Cousin 1x removed, I feel like that is not close enough for me to maintain control of it, as I know there are other researcher's who are more closely related to him. Thanks, Shelley Hill Shelbyville, Indiana
Fletcher Wyatt Brown # 67385150 Hello Angie, I am wondering if you really found the stone for Fletcher at Saint Michaels? I found his obituary at Newspapers.com and it states that he was buried at Oakwood Cemetery in Statesville. Which one is right? Thanks, Shelley Hill Shelbyville, Indiana
Photo req. for Daniel & Mary Flynn Greetings, I have started to work on your photo request. The grave(s) for Daniel and Mary are listed in the cemetery records as EE-96-7C and EE-96-7D. EE is the section, 96 is the plot and 7 is the grave. The letters indicate that there are multiple burials within that single grave (at least 4 since they are up to "D"). Since they were cremated, it is possible. I found the grave EE-96-7 and the marker is for Max O. Rawlins (1 Sep 1905 - 30 Jun 1959). The office lists his grave as EE-96-7A. I did some research to see if I could connect him with the Flynns and found nothing. Currently, everything indicates they are in the same grave as Max but the grave is beside a large fountain complex with lots of plaques for cremated remains and I wonder if I should check around there. Can you shed any light on the situation? (The office won't give me any additional information since I am not family.) Thanks, Paul
RE: Crum Family You are very welcome. I have had photo requests of my own fulfilled in Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee. I am simply "Paying it Forward". And... If it's not real muddy, buggy or snakey, it's fun to do. Have a great holiday weekend.