I have found findagrave very useful in my research, and I am trying to give back by adding profiles and photos as I am able. I am glad to transfer memorials if I am not related to them. I have interests in Green and Breckinridge Counties in Kentucky, Jackson and DeKalb Counties in Alabama and Morgan, Putnam and Greene Counties in Georgia. Surname interests include Wilson, Bridgewater, Meador, Pile, Payne, Weatherford, Smalley, Williams, Whitmore, Walker, Shepherd, Moseley and Veal.
RE: Crofal Board Bethel Cemetery: You're most welcome Joe. I recently visited Kentucky and made a trip to Bethel Cemetery and took photographs of all the headstones. It was a glorious sunny morning! I've been loading photographs of some of the same headstones that you'd taken photos of - only because it was nice and sunny. If you'd rather I didn't load duplicates, just let me know. . . and thanks again. I love it when we find those elusive long-lost relatives! Patty Shreve
Charles and Loraine Wilmot Thanks again for the photo for Arlie Wilmot. I also have a photo request for her son Charles and his wife Loraine Wilmot ...who are also in Section 9 Block 1, but graves 3 and 4. If you are ever out that way again :)) Lisa
RE: Thanks! Indeed -- I never knew about this branch of the family until recently - a sad and tragic story.
ALSO - I notice you have interest in Putnam County, GA. My JONES brick wall is in Putnam County, GA in 1850 with a widowed Ann Jones and 4 children -- no idea who the Jones husband may be or anything about her family.
Ann and the kids moved to Harris Co. GA in 1857 - and the kids eventually married into several other families who had settled in Harris Co. via Putnam Co. -- the Autrys and Slaughters. I also know the Farleys made a similar trek and ANN JONES was actually deeded her initial 100 acres of land in Harris by am ARTHUR FARLEY but we have been unable to determine if there was a relation.
Kentucky Hi Joe, in looking at your bio I see that Breckinridge is of interest to you. I have family there also. I have been to Breckinridge to research and, as you know, many of the records were buried in wars. My family, in particular, is the Watts family. What is your family? Shirley
McCreary The McCreary family buried at West View in Atlanta are my husband's family. His maternal grandmother was Kate McCreary. Did you take the photos? How many graves are in Section 25, Lot 29? I am trying to locate the grave of Zach McCreary who died in 1917. Thanks. Judy Jett Rivers
Since our last communication I have found another six sources for 155196592, and like you, I am convinced that he is the father of Victorine Cheek. Like you, I have found a number of sources for Lena but nothing about her death and burial.