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With the assistance of family, I'm walking along the genealogy path. Sometimes, it's a rough road, sifting through thousands of files looking for information on an ancestor, and sometimes the path seems to disappear when I can't find any information, but I keep walking. Thank you to FindAGrave -- you provide an excellent service and I'm so pleased that Ancestry.com links to you. Thank you to all the volunteers who photograph graves -- your help is invaluable in creating fitting memorials to our loved ones.|
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|Caroline Mohr||RE: Nancy Adair McKelvey|
"Consort of" means that the husband is still alive. If you see one that says "Relict of", that means the husband has already died. One of the few VERY VALUABLE things I've learned at National Genealogical Society meetings! But that also presumes that the person ordering the grave marker knows the terms as well. I'm just so sorry I didn't have the materials with me to clean that stone. I was in Alex City/Goodwater for a funeral and always go "cemetery looking". My mother was an Adair. Where do you fit in the tree???
I have posted Rudolph's photo.
Added by Samantha on Aug 27, 2014 5:00 PM
|Preservationist||Flanagan Family cemetery photo|
The photo that you added to the Flanagan Family Cemetery in Henderson, Rusk, TX is actually the Flanagan Cemetery in Trenton, Jackson, AL. I know because I took the photo. Can you please remove the photo from the Henderson, Rusk, TX location. I will request a photo for the cemetery.
|John Arsenault||Thomas Stone|
Thank you far taking the time to look for this grave marker. I have since learned that it's unlikely that there is a marker since the grave plot was paid for by the County.
I found Rudolph Baron 1924-2002 next to Mary. I already have photos for him. No need for a photo request.Please just leave me a message and I will post. Thanks
Added by Samantha on Aug 26, 2014 5:31 PM
|Merllene||RE: article on William Finlayson|
Added by Merllene on Aug 01, 2014 11:14 AM
|GenFreaks||RE: Ona Stueart|
You are welcome...it took a it of detective work lol. The index for the cemetery listed him as John Howard Stewart. We thought he was a woman also and looked up the death certificate to see if there was a maiden name...then discovered it was a man and found it under John Howard Stewart. Then when we found it...It had the other spelling and there was no John. He was the only one in the cemetery spelled that way.
|Jane Gilbert||DeeWitt Baulch|
Got you message that there's no stone for him or his wife. :( Thanks so much for checking.
|Dan Ryan||RE: New Hoyt ?|
Long time no hear, hope all's well with you. Nothing makes me more HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY than helping you solve your Peoria Ties.
Have a gr8 memorial day week-end, & I'll see what I can dig up on Jesse at Springdale, hopefully it will be something good.
Dan R :)
Added by Dan Ryan on May 25, 2014 3:51 PM
|Melody Ruble||RE: Thank you!|
You are welcome. There were other stones with Abishai Sharpe. They were Mother Frances Sharpe Dec 9 1812 - Feb 10, 1901. Fannie Aug 8,1853 - Mar 21, 1875. Mary Sharpe Yates 1846-1916 and a large stone that says SHARPE 1892. I will be happy to send them if you need them.
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