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Perry Brantley (#47426789)
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Daniel Buxton
RE: Benjamin Franklin Caldwell, Edward Curtis Caldwell
Directions: From Shepherdsville take highway 61 south turn left onto highway 245 take 245 over the interstate follow it until you get to Bernheim Forest on the right. Turn right into Bernheim Forest when you get to the first intersection turn left onto Visitor Center Drive follow it all the way around pass the visitor center to the next intersection turn right on to Arboretum way toward the main gate follow it around turn left into Sun and Shade Loop. The cemetery is 10 to 15 yards to the right of the parking area in an open area with signs in circling it.

Added by Daniel Buxton on May 22, 2017 10:28 AM

Daniel Buxton
RE: Benjamin Franklin Caldwell, Edward Curtis Caldwell
Mr. Brantley

To be honest with you the cemetery is in bad condition and I will tell you what I was told. A person who has worked for Bernheim for years says that what stones are there are not in there original position. According to my source several decades ago the cemetery was removed and the stones were store in a warehouse until one day family member came looking for the cemetery. After that they decided they better put it back. They supposedly put them back where the cemetery was but there was no way to put the stones in their original position. The stones I placed on findagrave are the only ones there are. As you could see in the photos they are broken and incomplete. To answer you question about the death date on Edwards stone the stone was either made well after his death and the engraver was given the wrong date or when the stones were replaced the pieces were not match up right. If you don't mind please do not share this story with anyone else. What Bernheim did was bed but it happen years ago and the folks who run it now and work there are good folks. I don't want this to reflect on them.

Daniel Buxton

Added by Daniel Buxton on May 21, 2017 2:15 PM

Brian Clark
RE: Simeon Wilson
You are welcome.

Added by Brian Clark on May 05, 2017 5:55 PM

Mrs Fenton
RE: Thomas S. Linthicum
I just uploaded Mary Eliza, same monument, opposite side.

Added by Mrs Fenton on May 04, 2017 10:09 AM

Chris Carroll
RE: James Francis Strader
Hi Perry
unfortunately have no other info. His image came in a group of others from family, and I'm really about posting and preserving an image if identified such as James. I see he was in 2nd KY Cavalry and died in war, but don't know of his circumstances around death. Do you?

Added by Chris Carroll on May 04, 2017 6:40 AM

Mrs Fenton
RE: Thomas S. Linthicum
You're welcome. Wish it hadn't been such a gloomy day.

Added by Mrs Fenton on May 04, 2017 5:11 AM

nathandebora
RE: R. F. Garland
your welcome, and thank you

Added by nathandebora on Apr 18, 2017 7:36 PM

Geof Wyght
RE: Moses Scott
You're welcome. I added his wife, suggested they be linked, and I will be adding more Scotts.

Added by Geof Wyght on Apr 17, 2017 5:46 AM

EmLynn
RE: Alfred Drake
You're very welcome.

Added by EmLynn on Apr 16, 2017 10:46 AM

babs
RE: Dr. Samuel Manly, Marie Beebe Manly
The lot was full of Manlys and I have entered their stone pictures but someone else entered a couple of pics some time ago


Marie is Clemence 1845-1916
Samuel Manly Jr 1876-1948
Margaret Ferguson w/o John Manly 1883-1946
John 1881-1954
Mary L Beebe Died Oct 21, 1856 at age 64/birth about 1793
Mary Thomas Manly 1877-1926
Nellie Manly
Henry Beebe Manly

Added by babs on Mar 31, 2017 7:39 AM

Rick Nelson
RE: Albert F. Bradley
I did not see any other Bradley stones in the area. The two closest were covered with grass, as was the main stone.

Added by Rick Nelson on Mar 24, 2017 5:47 PM

ronwibb
Samuel Morton #157354922
Apologies. I did find your Samuel, however, his headstone reads "Sam'l Morton. Sorry 'bout that.

Added by ronwibb on Mar 23, 2017 4:09 PM

ronwibb
Samuel Morton #157354922
According to the Nationwide Gravesite Locator, no Samuel Morton is buried at New Albany National Cemetery, IN. However, there is a George Morton, died 2 Nov 1864, buried there at Section C-1959. Hope this helps.

Added by ronwibb on Mar 23, 2017 11:09 AM

Rob M
John Awbrey
Mr. Awbrey has no existing marker where the cemetery says he is buried - Sec. 6, Lot 76. I'll add a photo of the burial Lot.

Added by Rob M on Mar 18, 2017 4:28 PM

Mary Denzinger
RE: Daniel B. Kashner
Perry,
You are welcome for the photo. I enjoy doing this hobby so much. While I was there I photographed the other Kashner stones that were with Daniel's stone. If you are interested there is a John S. Kashner (1871-1948) Anna M. (1874-1940), A. Irene. (1897-1987) and a Stanley (1899-1942). If they are of interest to you and you want to make pages for them I would be glad to post photos for you. Let me know.
Mary Denzinger

Added by Mary Denzinger on Mar 11, 2017 8:12 AM

Mary Denzinger
RE: Daniel B. Kashner
Perry,
You are welcome for the photo. I enjoy doing this hobby so much. While I was there I photographed the other Kashner stones that were with Daniel's stone. If you are interested there is a John S. Kashner (1871-1948) Anna M. (1874-1940), A. Irene. (1897-1987) and a Stanley (1899-1942). If they are of interest to you and you want to make pages for them I would be glad to post photos for you. Let me know.
Mary Denzinger

Added by Mary Denzinger on Mar 11, 2017 8:12 AM

J. R. VanHoose
RE: Adam Martin
You are very welcome!

Added by J. R. VanHoose on Feb 20, 2017 4:50 AM

D. L. Lee
RE: Thomas M. Finley
You are very welcome. I plan to go back to the cemetery on a bright sunny morning to retake the photograph. I will let you know when I upload a different photograph. I did not realize that it was a requested photo until after I made the post.

Please visit my virtual cemeteries for memorials of other soldiers.

D. L.

Added by D. L. Lee on Feb 13, 2017 4:20 PM

Bill Schraeder
RE: John R. Grissom
There is no information on the grave marker except for Grissom. Bill

Added by Bill Schraeder on Jan 17, 2017 9:29 PM

Cat
RE: Jane Charlotte Tooke Cason and A. Marshall Cason
Very welcome, Cat

Added by Cat on Jan 16, 2017 10:12 PM

Inherit the Wind
RE: Phoebe Dunn
You're very welcome! Soon I'll go to Cullman City Cemetery to see who might be spending eternity with Mrs. Dunn there. (She and Mr. Dunn had eight children, and we only know of two at Brindley Cemetery.)

Added by Inherit the Wind on Dec 27, 2016 7:32 AM

B. Felix
RE: Robert Johnson
You're welcome.

Bruce

Added by B. Felix on Nov 15, 2016 7:55 AM

Debbie J
RE: H.C. William Nebel
no

Added by Debbie J on Nov 08, 2016 11:09 AM

Donna (VanArsdall) Hoffman
RE: John T. Bates
I am sure there are. The stone has just fallen over on it's face. We figured out who's stone it was by the process of elimination and the location of the two foot stones.

We didn't have anything with us to used to try to turn the stone. A couple of strong men would have been nice. ;-)

Maybe we can go back another day.

Donna

Added by Donna (VanArsdall) Hoffma... on Oct 28, 2016 1:47 PM

D. L. Lee
RE: Dr. Benedict Wathen
You are very welcome.

Added by D. L. Lee on Oct 23, 2016 6:59 PM

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