|Daniel Moran||ELIZABETH BURSON|
Ms. Rutledge: I went in search of Elizabeth Burson's grave last Sunday evening and was fortunate enough to run into the church pastor there as well as a couple other church members who have helped me understand the cemetery a bit better. The cemetery records are still trying to be compiled, I guess they've been scattered over the years. The 19th century graves are mostly just plain unmarked stones of which the pastor tells me are mostly black slave graves dating back to the Civil War. Unfortunately, I was unable to find Elizabeth Burson and the records being incomplete no one could confirm where her head stone may be. Only those buried during the 20th Century have appropriate headstones to them. I'm very sorry.
|Slick||RE: Gibb I Andrle|
You are very welcome. Slick
Added by Slick on Feb 16, 2017 11:01 AM
|Mary Lou Arion||RE: Eliza Ann English Plowden|
|Peggy Goodwin||RE: Lydia Ann Baker Satterwhite|
You are welcome
|Linda Claxton 💕||RE: Joseph Wesley Brunson|
You're very welcome.
|JOHNYM||Henry Orts Grave Stone|
Hi - I was in Gonzales, TX and fulfilled your request for a photo. Hopefully it helps complete your ancestry files.
Added by JOHNYM on Nov 26, 2016 1:41 PM
|Virginia Paredes-Tijerina||RE: Jasper Newton Casey|
You are so welcome. Sorry there was no headstone to show you but one was never placed. I wanted to at least show you where he is resting.
|Marsha Mitchell||RE: Lucy Stewart|
You are very welcome.
|P. Eadie||RE: Philemon S Reed|
You are very welcome! The Reed Family stone has 7 additional names inscribed. If you would like to post memorial sites for them, I would be happy to upload the photo to their sites. Please advise. Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Nov 11, 2016 5:48 AM
|Ladelle and Connie Cook||RE: William Barney W. Skates|
Not all graves are marked with the numbers - but a comparatively small number are, mostly the older graves. Some headstones have replaced the numbered sites, I suppose by the family. This particular cemetery has spent a lot of time and money putting all information they have on a website. We can look up names and see where the grave site is located which eliminates a lot of walking.
If we can be of further assistance let us know.
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