|kathy||Dry Valley Cemetery|
I tried to locate John Goen at Dry Valley, near Sarcoxie, MO. I'll try again but there are numerous markers that cannot be read. Do you know any details that might help? Kathy
Added by kathy on May 30, 2015 5:31 PM
|Linda & Joe Richards||Photo Request for Winifred Camp|
I was looking through some old photo requests near me and found your request. Even though another contributor said he couldn't find the tombstone, the name sounded familiar. I checked photos I had taken of Campbellton Methodist Cemetery a couple of years ago (August 2012) and found a photo of her tombstone. It was next to Benjamin Camp's tombstone. There is a duplicate memorial for Winifred listed as Winnefred Washington Arnold Camp #42225210, added in 2009 I added the photos to this memorial as requested by Patricia Williams Curry. I didn't realize it was a duplicate of one already added in 2002. I have just added the photos to the original memorial. Her tombstone is old and worn. The only way I could identify it as hers was by the location next to her husband and the words: "Born Nov 20__02 Died July 20 1868. "At the top is "Our Mother." Perhaps you can ask findagrave to merge the two memorials so the flowers added on each one will remain.
|James Coston||Mary Baldwin, Mexia Cem.|
You requested her tombstone foto last year at this time.
The records show only one Baldwin in the Mexia Cemetery, James H. (1862-188_) and I found his marker in Section Y-Z. Buried beside him is an unmarked adult female with no marker.
The birth years are really far apart & in the wrong direction to be husband & wife but I thought I's check with U, in case you know the family, before I disregarded the connection.
Let me know, Later, James Coston
|RainbowGal||Infant Lawrence - Powell emetery|
There was not a stone that was marked for Infant Lawrence - I looked again for Robert Lawrence also. No stone. This is not a large cemetery, so one could not miss a marked stone. Sorry.
|Daniel Jones||W M Jones (Jan. 7, 1862 - Dec. 12, 1938)|
You have two requests for a picture of Mr. Jones at Brownsville Cemetery near Hickman Ky. and there has been a picture on the memorial page since 2008. I just thought you should know so someone won't go get another picture.
|P. V. Hays||Florance Woods|
Greenwood Cemetery - you have requested a photograph of the tombstone. There is already one posted.
|James Coston||W.A. Carley, Armour Cem.|
With no bio, I don't know what to call ya' so I'll just say that I have the requested foto(s) for Armour.
I am writing to ask if U are a family member or just filling a request. The reason: If U are just filling a request, then I'll post the single foto that U listed. If U are a family member, then U need to know what I found in regards to the other family members and maybe let me know about how I should post and associate them..
Let me know,
I'm gone, James Coston
|D. L. Lee||Photo Request - Lee Orton|
You have a photo request for Lee Orton in New Salem Cemetery in Hopkins County, Kentucky.
His memorial is listed in New Salem Cemetery in Nortonville in Hopkins County in error. His marker is in New Salem Cemetery in Jewel City which is also in Hopkins County.
I have added a memorial with a picture to the correct location for him. Please let me know if you have any problem finding it. Once you locate the new memorial, you may want to remove your photo request from the Nortonville New Salem list.
I do not show an Ella Wilson who was born and died in 1905 in the book for Mount Hope Cemetery, however I have an Ella Lipham Wilson Find A Grave #100922852 who was born in 1872 and died 1953. She is bureid along with Jessie James Lipham #100732255. I find Mr. Thomas who entered Ella Wilson (1905-1905) has several entries that do not match listings in the book. Also if you check Thomas Wilson #62972918 who you requested pictures you will find I have already posted pictures along with wife Sarah.
If you have further records that might help let me know.
|Robert Bryant Jarman, Sr.||Csa Lauderdale, Ms.|
All memorials with names are listed on Find A Grave. There is a large memorial standing with lots of names. Sorry.
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