|Janice Erbe Mackey (#47478807)|
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I have been working on genealogy since high school, almost 40 years. My Grandmother and Mother were very concerned about losing the family history. They instilled this in me and I in my children. My Mother believes that Families share a special bond that words alone can't quite describe. For each member plays their part in contributing to family pride. It may not matter years from now who said what or did what when, it's laughs we've shared and places we've been that are remembered time and time again. Through special pictures and written words, filled with warmth and family love to be enjoyed by family here and now and generations still to come. If I don't put pen to paper about memories of my family that have gone before me, who will? This is what makes us human.|
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|Mary Perry||RE: Albert Carl Deutsch Sr|
thank you so much
|Mary Perry||Albert Carl Deutsch Sr|
The photo is a little blurred is it the same way on the tombstone if not can you take a new one. Thanks
|James Coston||RE: Jane Renfro, Liberty Hill Cem.|
Who is Mary ??? I'm with you, confused also, don't have a clue who Mary is all I can contribute that "error" to is that I was working on 3 requests at the same time and I plugged in the wrong name, sorry about that, I guess at the advanced age of 68 I need to stick to one subject at a time, which I will from now on, HA !!
As to the Renfro plot: The tombstones there with appropriate remains are James D. Renfro, Ellen F. Clendenon Renfro, James D. Renfro (1894-1895), Joseph Jay Renfro, Fannie M. Renfro (1887-1888) and the one I had the question about, Jane F. Clendening (1890-1892). She is in line with the Renfro children and in the family plot but with different parents listed on the tombstone, I was trying to figure out if she was the "Jane" that U were looking for but maybe had the association and surname wrong, maybe a niece.
Sorry again about the earlier bluder on the name Mary but hopefully this makes more sense.
I hit on this angle because Ellen & James are named as her parents and she is the only Jane there. Like I said earlier, with only the common name Jane to go on it's hard to tie it all together. All the markers there have with them the appropriate male, female, adult or child remains and there are no unmarked remains on site. And with this analysis, I am out of the picture. No need to reply ........
Later, James Coston
|James Coston||Jane Renfro, Liberty Hill Cem.|
Morning Janice, hope this Memorial Day holiday finds U and yours doing well.
On the subject of Jane Renfro: Just the name with no other info doesn't make it easy but here is what I found & since U have been doing genealogy for a while, I wanted to see if this makes any sense to you.
I found the family plot for James Renfro & Ellen Clendenon Renfro. Next to James is Joseph Ray on the first row.
On the second row is Ellen Clendenon Renfro, James D., Fannie M. & here's the strange part. The last person on the row is Jane E. (but not Renfro) Dau. of N.B. & Holly Clendening 1890-1892, another spelling for Ellen's maiden name, with little info to go on, it sounds like this Mary was a Renfro niece. Same person ???
It's a little to coincidental for Jane E. "not" to be the same person, what do ya think ???
Also, I am one of those people who can locate buried remains and there are -no- other burials on that Renfro family plot that I could locate.
Let me know, Later, James Coston
|Jerry Allen Turner||RE: Crosson headstones|
I checked the memorial pictures on all those posted by me. On two computers. They look perfect.
You might want to try using a friend's computer.
|Jerry Allen Turner||RE: Crosson headstones|
I checked those I uploaded and they all look OK on my computer. Which one(s) are sideways?
|Kathy Burr||Vesta Barnes|
Walton Cem., Delray, Panola, TX
please see the on line listing for the cemetery by Gloria B Mayfield
thanks for ur inquiry k
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Burroughs|
You are most welcome. There is one stone photo
|FCBrooks2||Bailey-Collins Cemetery, Bibb Co.|
No, Janice, I don't know where they relocated the cemetery. I've "Googled" for that information and have asked an archeologist what would be the process and who would have those records. I haven't gotten anything. Many of the bodies(coffins) were in brick enclosures. A backhoe dug at the foot of each grave, broke through either the brick encasement or coffin(if there was one) and removed everything they could. If I find out anymore information, I'll let you know.
I have noted the discrepancy between cemetery records and your notes.
Added by SLGMSD on Nov 17, 2013 6:39 PM
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