King William Virtual Cemetery

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Name: Amanda Parker-Collins <trooperzqt@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-08-02
Name Of Loved One Or Friend: William Henley Parker
Name Of Cemetery: Sharon Baptist Church
Type Of Flowers: Roses
Comments:
Love you, Pop!
From: Mandy and Reid

 

Name: Cindy Mitchell <CPM610@aol.com>
Date: 2006-06-27
Name Of Loved One Or Friend: Francis Lousie Mitchell
Name Of Cemetery: Epworth Methodist Church
Type Of Flowers: Red roses
Comments:
Our Mother, we miss you very much.
 

Name: Jennifer Martino <!@#>
Date: 2005-02-06
Comments:
t h a n k s
jenn martino

 

Name: Carolyn Davis <Edavc@cox.net>
Date: 2004-02-06
Name Of Loved One Or Friend: Capt. Thomas Claiborne and wife Anne Fox
Name Of Cemetery: Sweet Hall
Type Of Flowers: any
Comments:
These are my ancestors and they are buried at the home called Sweet Hall. Sweet Hall is just off route 33 near West Point, VA
 

Name: Gail Moore <embracer@strato.net>
Date: 2002-09-14
Name Of Loved One Or Friend: Cockerham Family Members
Name Of Cemetery: Unknown
Type Of Flowers: White and Red Roses
Comments:
Thank you for all the massive improvements made in America for me! Thank you for all the battles fought and blood shed for Me! Thank you for the like type blood running through your veins passed on to Me! Thank you for making me...............ME!
 

Name: Amanda <LDKeeper13@aol.com>
Date: 2002-01-14
Name Of Loved One Or Friend: Frances Connor
Name Of Cemetery: Acquinton Chruch
Type Of Flowers: Roses
Comments:
Though I never met you and though I don't know who you are thatnk you for being who you were and doing what you did.
 

Name: Liz Mims <lizmims@mindspring.com>
Date: 1999-12-26
Name Of Loved One Or Friend: Clements and Timberlakes
Name Of Cemetery: McKendree Methodist
Type Of Flowers: Roses, carnations and babies breath
Comments:
Thanks to my ancestors, Eugene Verdo Clements and Virginia Clay Timberlake Clements for their dedication to and faith in God for the building of this church. To my ancestor, Paul Downman Clements for being fun but brief grandfather in my childhood.