|Mark Patton (#47727435)|
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Bit by the genealogy bug over 15 years ago, I've made visits to several of my ancestor grave sites over the years. Families include PATTON, LINDSAY, CROCKETT, AULT, BOYD, DROLTE, ROBB, DUNCAN, HARPER.|
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|MK||RE: Thank you!|
Hi, Mark. I went back and took another look for Sarah & Elizabeth McClure, but there are no headstones for them. I did, however, find a stone for Jeanette McClure, who apparently was married to the other adult James McClure in the 1860 Federal census of this community. I did a memorial for her, and uploaded the grave photo. I think the reason it survived in such good condition is it fell backwards when it broke off from its base, and then was more or less covered by brambles and underbrush until someone recently weed-whacked the cemetery. (She was farther up the slope from the stone for Ann and the other James McClure.) Not sure how the McClures all relate, but at least she's there now on Find A Grave.
Added by MK on Oct 16, 2016 9:57 PM
|sue sullivan||RE: Mabel Hunter Wood|
you are very welcome-
|Richard Enriquez||RE: Charles Kosonen|
You're welcome. The cemetery is not very well organized and it sometimes takes a while to locate graves, even when you do have the plot numbers. I'm glad I was able to find him for you. How did he die so young, if you don't mind me asking?
|Gemeniguy||RE: Thank you!|
There are 3 or 4 other Murphy's in the same plot. Let me know if you want photos of them.
|clevelandpole||RE: Old Rose Cemetery|
You are very welcome. I was unable to find any other gravestones for the McClure family. It is possible that something may surface in the future, so we should keep the requests active for a while
|K Berry & JGBC||Crockett|
Not a problem. Let me know of you would like transfers!
|bluelady||RE: Thank you so much!|
You are welcome.
Added by bluelady on Feb 28, 2016 7:06 PM
|Jim Copley||RE: Thank you very much|
You're sure welcome...Jim C.
You're very welcome. It's unfortunate that is was unmarked, but many graves in this cemetery are
Added by macso on Jan 26, 2016 11:01 PM
|RobMinteer57||Albert H Flett|
When I entered spreadsheets there was no way to add info to the Bio section, so sometimes ages and other info got put in the Transcription or Note fields. So I have deleted the info from the other Fletts when birth dates could be added from the markers photos, and to the Bio section for the others.
You could contact the cemetery and see if they have a record of Albert ever having a marker. Good luck!
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