Old Damaged Tombstones
We would like to invite you to post pictures of old tombstones, from
your family files, that have been damaged or destroyed since you took
the photo. Sharing them with others who may never have seen the stone
of their great grandad and saving them for posterity is our goal.
However, you may find that doing so will connect you with other
researchers; perhaps cousins you have never met.
We would appreciate your sending them in "JPEG" or "TIFF" format, along
with a brief description of the family as you know it and the cemetery
in which you found the stone. Send your submissions to us at email@example.com
Please indicate "tombstone attachment" in the subject line of your
Our first example is: Moses Jackson McClenney
Moses Jackson McClenney (several different spellings) dates as listed
on stone: Born January 30, 1829; Died December 9, 1919
Married first: Catherine b. abt 1830
Known children: Louisa b 1853, Frances b. 1861 & Mary b. abt
Married second: Susan Evaline Lindsey d/o John L Lindsey & Sarah
Rebecca Prescott on 23 Dec 1895 in or near Milton, Fl.
No children were born to this union; however, he was a wonderful father
to Susan's children: Susan, Addie & James Moore & Lee Walton.
He was born in Jackson, Ala & died in Okaloosa, Fl. Burial was at
the Garnier's/Davis cemetery which has been vandalized & destroyed.
[Ed.'s note: I believe this may be a tintype taken around the time the
stone was placed. If you know more of the photo, stone, or lineage of
this man, please contact us] firstname.lastname@example.org