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Dottie Meadows (#47025565)
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R G B
RE: Charles Richard Needham
yes - Thats why I went to Faith Tabernacle cemetery to find Charles tombstone. Brother Wiles was my pastor growing up at Faith Tabernacle.
When I saw Charles shown at the same cemetery.
I knew where to look for Charles tombstone.
it is Sunnyside Cemetery - The church use to be called Faith Tabernacle. It is now called Broken Bread Ministries.
look up cemetery for Faith Tabernacle. You will find Rev Wiles there - same tombstone.
i am not sure who called it Highland Springs Community cemetery. Maybe Broken Bread ministries changed the name. ???
I believe that Charles Needham may be there.See my first note to you about the soil erosion area.
The graveyard was still called Sunnyside Cemetery when my grandfather died in 2007-
He is buried in that cemetery as well. but listed under Faith Tabernacle Cemetery on find a grave.
Renee
Added by R G B on Sep 19, 2017 6:36 PM
R G B
RE: Charles Richard Needham
This cemetery is not called Highland Springs cemetery. I grew up in this church. It is Sunnyside Cemetery.
There is no such cemetery as Highland Springs Cemetery. I have lived here all my life.
I believe he is there. Did you read my note about the erosion in the cemetery ?
I found an Anne Needham. Her tombstone is half way in the dirt due to erosion and where the ground has shifted on the hill.

Thanks
Renee
Added by R G B on Sep 17, 2017 7:04 PM
B Mowen
RE: Claudia Evans Seay
You are welcome. I am photographing the entire cemetery and am 75% complete. I should be finished by the end of the year.
Added by B Mowen on Sep 17, 2017 6:45 AM
SearchingVA123
RE: Mabel Estell Barfoot Belcher
You're very welcome Dottie! I try to go to this cemetery periodically so I'll keep your requests up front. Maury is very large and has a hilly and confusing layout. But it's great for exercise! Debbie
Added by SearchingVA123 on Sep 16, 2017 5:47 AM
Faye Francis
RE: Clara Hayton Chapman
You're welcome.

Faye
Added by Faye Francis on Sep 16, 2017 5:10 AM
Rebecca Emmett
The Henleys
Ah, I was looking for Lander Arthur Henley which was what was given in the obituary. Didn't make the connection with Arthur O. Henley on the tombstone. The other day when I was looking for Dora, I found a stone, flat in the ground, that had just be uncovered. Looked like it had been completely buried and just rediscovered. I cleaned it up enough to take a picture. It will be another week before I get back to the cemetery. Since Arthur O. Henley's stone is flat, perhaps Dora's is nearby and has gotten overgrown as well. I'll look again.
Added by Rebecca Emmett on Sep 15, 2017 9:22 PM
Donna W
Ella Ballos #147819696
I just resubmitted the edits. I have submitted a name edit and also relationship edits. Please let me know if you receive them. Thank you.
Added by Donna W on Sep 15, 2017 1:42 PM
Donna W
Ella Ballos #147819696
I check my pending edit requests and they are there awaiting your response. Can you please check it again? Thank you.
Added by Donna W on Sep 15, 2017 8:04 AM
Rebecca Emmett
Dora Henley 120238576
Hi, Dottie. I wish I could help with Dora. I noticed that someone else looked for her in Berea Baptist Cemetery a few years ago, and couldn't find her then. She also called the church and the person who might have helped did not return her call. The obit lists her as widow to Lander Henley. He is not found there either. There are lots of Henleys in that cemetery, but there is no stone for Dora. It's not a big cemetery and it's easy to walk. Everything is in neat rows and I was able to walk up and down the entire cemetery twice without missing a stone. In fact, I've done it before and have taken a lot of pictures there. Perhaps there was a change of location after the obituary was sent to the paper.
Added by Rebecca Emmett on Sep 15, 2017 7:35 AM
Gail
Martha Hayton
I have transferred the management of this memorial per your request.
Added by Gail on Sep 14, 2017 12:24 PM
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