Hi, and thanks for getting back to me so quickly.The word among descendants here is that Frances M. Webb, buried beside Josiah Jimeson (Middleton Jameson's son) is also his mother, and that she was married to a Cromer after Jameson/Jamison died trying to swim the Mississippi River.I have seen and held in my hands the Bible he is supposed to have had with him at the time.
Anyway, her headstone says Frances M. Webb, died June 18, 1886, aged 74-8-28.Immediately on her other side is Mozettie M. Cromer, dau. of J. L. and M. E. Cromer, Dec. 21, 1886-Sept. 1, 1888.She's buried in the Hood Cemetery, off Peytonville Road in Southlake, Tarrant County.
There's also a man buried her named Louis Clark Cromer, whom I believe to have been Josiah Jimeson's half-brother.They served in the same company and regiment in the Union army.
We're working on a Civil War veterans monument here, and I'm trying to put together some bios on the vets.
At Bedford Cemetery there are two children of J. L. and N. E. Cromer, born in 1880 and 1881.
At Calloway Cemetery where Louis Clark Cromer is buried there's a Virginia E, wife of J. L. Cromer, 1850-1901.
There's also another entry in the index of my book for J. L. Cromer, but the page number is a typo and I haven't found him there.
Do you know whether or not J. L. Cromer fought in the Civil War?
Thanks again for your email.I'll send you a photo of Frances's headstone if you're interested.