|Four Leaf Clover||RE: Irlene Bosenko photo request|
You're welcome. Glad to help.
|Four Leaf Clover||Irlene Bosenko photo request|
Hi - Just wanted to let you know that Irlene's grave is unmarked, but the cemetery office confirmed her burial location and there's a red flower in the photo to show where it is.
|S PRICE Nance||Garrett Martin|
I have sent a request for Linda Martin be deleted as spouse for this memorial. She is listed as a daughter in his obituary. When I have more time, I will locate his spouse. If you know any information, I would appreciate.
|S PRICE Nance||Garrett Martin 77369143|
I did not link the spouse to Garrett Martin. The request to remove this link will have to be requested by the person who did. I am out of town until middle February and at that time I can do research to iind the spouse, but not until then.
|Travis Holt||Baby Ray Tennison|
The Newton County Cemeteries book and the online gravestone transcriptions both read 'Baby Ray Tennison' though I haven't been back down to Ben's Branch to verify. I will try to do so soon so we can clear this up. Thanks!
I have transferred Santo to you per your request.
Buried next to Santo and Lucille were Santo's parents, father Angelo 1882-1950 and mother Salvatrice 1889-1967. Buried next to Angelo was his brother Anthony 1887-1963 and his wife Josephine 1894-1995. They do not have memorials.
I do have photos for them and if you are interested post memorials for them and request the photos.
Added by Judy on Sep 03, 2016 8:36 PM
|SLGMSD||RE: Clara Mae Rippeon|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to send a much more informative obituary. I appreciate you doing so.
Added by SLGMSD on Aug 29, 2016 7:39 PM
|SLGMSD||Clara Mae Rippeon|
Find A Grave Memorial# 38483629
Can you direct me to a source for this information? I was unable to find a marriage record. Thanks for your help.
Added by SLGMSD on Aug 28, 2016 2:42 PM
|sue warren||RE: Rev. Jeremiah Leaming 53745403|
Had to get my magnifying glass out. You are right it does appear to be for her. I did not see any others with That name on them. It was actually along the path. It not a huge cemetery. A lot of the stones appear to be slate. You can see the rough backs. Some of the stones are the ones that lie flat like a lid to a crypt. So sorry for the mistake.
Hello! Jasper is a Civil War Veteran.
He served in the CSA Comp A, 44th Consolidated Regiment, TN Infantry.
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