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Becky Feaster (#47450413)
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I have been blessed by Genealogy Angels on this site..... who took photos for me.... and I just want to give back.

My families are: Babbit, Campbell, Randles, Maxwell, Pettigrew, Dickson, Moseley, Wadley, Ellis, Greer, Mulkey, and many others.... mainly in Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas, having moved there from NY, GA, PA, SC, and KY.

I live just north of Houston, Texas, if I can be of any help, please let me know. Any pictures I have taken, feel free to use. Please do give me credit, though.... THANKS!
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Dale Schaefer
Henry Bedford
I found him....he was listed as only Mr. Bedford. He is buried in Chapel Hill #360 Sp.1 and his grave has no marker. Sorry.
Added by Dale Schaefer on Jul 30, 2014 12:38 PM
Dale Schaefer
Becky...I am getting ready to post some pictures. The Bedford plot for this group is complicated. 1st are you sure of the death date for Benjamin Bedford. It was appear from the cemetery records that he was buried on 12-16-1885. Now in the Shelby County Registrar's site it shows an infant Bedford age 1 yr+ who died 7-19-1866---similar to the death date you have for Benjamin. Although the burial date in the records for the 'child' buried with Sarah/Benjamin is 1-12-1867. Hugh is buried over in the next plot with the other Bedfords, but his grave is unmarked. So far I haven't found Henry's location. Also, to complicate the plot (Chapel Hill #361) they put no names or dates on their stones--only father, mother, brother, etc. Benjamin has a short epitaph which I'll attach. Let me know what you think.
Added by Dale Schaefer on Jul 30, 2014 12:29 PM
judy lakkis
RE: Cemetery Park in Ventura
This cemetery was converted to a park in the 1960's, and no headstones remain. There have been no interments in this cemetery since 1943.

Saint Mary's Cemetery on Poli Street in San Buenaventura is the resting place of 3000 Ventura County Pioneers. Their markers were removed by the City in 1964. Along with the names of the pioneers, the name of the cemetery was nearly forgotten. The future of Saint Mary's Cemetery is again at stake. The embarrassing mistake of 1964 was made, but now it is our opportunity to correct that wrong. We need to see that the mistake is not perpetuated.

On May 18, 2005, the Ventura Parks and Recreation Commission presented the results of its limited cemetery survey. The results of the response were positive but fell short because most of the stake holders were not solicited for comment and the survey questions were not directed at the true issue. After the commission survey presentation, the testimony by citizens painfully illustrated that there are three major groups trying to direct the future of Saint Mary's Cemetery. They include the descendents of Ventura pioneers-cemetery supporters; the new Ventura residents-park supporters; and the parks and recreation commission-non committal leaders.

The descendents of the pioneers, along with many other long time residents of Ventura County, want to restore the cemetery as much is reasonably possible. The descendents group want authentic recognition of the cemetery with respect and reverence for the 3000 burial sites. The descendents support remarking the gravesites along with a sensible historic memorial commemorating Ventura County pioneers. The second group are the new residents of Ventura-park supporters group. They would accept a discrete historic memorial wall at the "Park". They want a midtown park, where children can play, joggers can jog and their dogs can run. The new resident-park supporters desire that this space be for recreation, with minimal recognition that this is a cemetery. The Parks and Recreation Commission is collectively non committal and unwilling to forcefully recognize the historic significance of Saint Mary's Cemetery. They have been publicly unwilling
Added by judy lakkis on Jul 28, 2014 3:29 PM
Dale Schaefer
RE: Bedford family
Please feel free to use them as you wish. No credit to me is needed. I take them so they can be used and enjoyed.
Added by Dale Schaefer on Jul 28, 2014 6:59 AM
kent parsons
RE: Dr Nancy Duvall Campbell
sure, you can freely use/post the picture that
I took for you. I forgot to note
that her grave site is on the east edge of
burial area and not far from the office building.
It is (as you can see) shaded by a tree.

I don't know what records the Rivera
Funeral Home has -- when I asked for
help this morning in locating some
grave sites, I was informed that the office
was closed on Saturday and besides that they
had an important staff meeting going on...
So I went walking on my own. :)

Added by kent parsons on Jul 26, 2014 3:47 PM
RE: Laura Pratt Price
when I get a better photo I will replace that one.
Added by NWMGS on Jul 21, 2014 1:36 PM
RE: Photo request for Evelyn Mahaffey in Oak Hill Cemetery, Atchison KS
Morning Becky... go ahead and post the photo where you wish, I have no problem with that :)

Have a great day :)
Added by FranzJr on Jul 17, 2014 8:32 AM
Photo request for Evelyn Mahaffey in Oak Hill Cemetery, Atchison KS

I took a photo of her plot and placed a circle where she is buried. If you'd rather not have that photo, let me know and I will delete it and place one without the circle.

Have a great day :)

Added by FranzJr on Jul 13, 2014 1:06 PM
Love in Family
nix family
please feel free to use any of my photos in your family history or for personal use I would like the credit for shot but their use is yours ! Happy hunting brenda sorensen
Added by Love in Family on Jul 12, 2014 6:50 AM
K. Quentin Bremmer
RE: Lauck and Seyffer
You still have my permission. Enjoy.
Added by K. Quentin Bremmer on Jun 28, 2014 10:58 AM
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