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Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams (#15286517)
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Rick Lambert
RE: Dorothy Murl Smithson Lambert
Sure you can use the photos. Rick

Added by Rick Lambert on Aug 02, 2014 4:46 PM

gen2003
Mary Ann Thompson Hughes
I have found an article of her death, and the only way to save it is in a photo. The Laurel Chronicle, Jan. 21, 1910. Would you like for me to post it or send it to you?

Added by gen2003 on Jul 08, 2014 5:40 PM

Les Varner
RE: Emma Early Stringfellow
No problem with using the photos. They are yours. Best wishes

Added by Les Varner on Jun 05, 2014 1:05 PM

Donna Harkins Fred
RE: Hi, I am kin to the Louie Forest Scales family
Hi Nancy...I not only am kin to the Witherspoon line, but Louie Scales was my grandmother Eula Scales Harkins' brother. That said, I don't know about Mary G. Witherspoon. I am sorry. But my daughter may have info on her since she is on Ancestry.com. If I find out from her, will let you know. I guess you have checked my Witherspoon family graves I sponsor and have found nothing.
Hope you have success in your endeavor!
Yours,
Donna

Added by Donna Harkins Fred on Jun 04, 2014 6:25 PM

Sherry Jumper
Faulk land in Wood/Upshur Counties
Hi Nancy, I am descended from William R. Willingham. He came to Upshur County in 1861 and died shortly after he returned from the Civil War as well as his wife. He bought 325 acres. The land was sold by his heirs to JW Faulk and then 1/5 was sold to JM Green and 4/5 was sold to Phillip Marion Faulk. After his death the land was heired by the nine children of PM Faulk. I understand that the area that held the Faulk home is owned by descendents of Richard Webb Faulk. I tell you this only because my sister and I came out and found the area, but didn't have the nerve to go up to any of the houses. I ask you if you could get me permission just to walk on the land, and visit with a descendent that still lives there. My grand father was raised by our Surratt and Davis relatives as were his older two brothers and sister. My grandfather married my grandmother in the big town of Big Sandy in 1889. My Dad was born in Oklahoma but returned to Big Sandy with his mother at the age of two when his dad died. I live in Upshur County at Coffeeville. Sherry {Willingham] Jumper

Added by Sherry Jumper on May 28, 2014 9:04 PM

Diane Pinion
Charlie C. Pinion
You can probably add 1931-1932 in OK for his death. I have been working on it, and found him on the 1930 census, his wife a widow on the 1933 directory and further as a widow. Nothing between 1931-1932 for him. That could help a little at least know when, a family researcher went to Como and didn't find a gravestone, and we think it's possible he's not buried there since he was living near or with his son Byron and his 2nd wife Flora. Please let me know if you have something more I am all ears.
Thanks, Diane Pinion

Added by Diane Pinion on May 25, 2014 1:05 PM

L Mastan
Mary Ann Overturf McCorkle
Hi Nancy,
Yes, you may use the photo I posted for your personal use.
Thanks for asking,
L Mastan

Added by L Mastan on May 15, 2014 8:45 PM

James Noble
Gunn
hello im a Descendant of William Alexnder Gunn and Wife Lucinda was wondering if u could help me out with my family tree email me at jamesnoble6913@yahoo.com plz

Added by James Noble on May 12, 2014 6:55 PM

Larry Mabra
Elmer Mabra
Elmer is my 1st cousin 1x removed. He and I share the same great grandfather, James Adkinson Mabra. I have quite a bit of information on the Mabras and allied families and would be glad to help in any way I can.




Let me hear from you.

Added by Larry Mabra on Apr 21, 2014 8:09 AM

Dannis C
RE: Brittany Leann Rodgers
You are very welcome! I am happy you found her :) We are all in this together, adding leaves to the family tree.

Added by Dannis C on Apr 10, 2014 4:00 PM

Gary Long
RE: Jeanetta Caldonia Gore Long
Yes you may use the photo, I wish that I more. I was lucky enough that one of my cousins shared it with me.

Added by Gary Long on Mar 24, 2014 10:53 AM

Terry Knight
RE: Leslie Lillian Suggs Bell
Certainly, glad to be of assistance. Beautiful cemetery, am planning to complete all photo requests at Hillcrest over the next few weeks. My son, mother-in-law, and I walked Hillcrest and enjoyed the beautiful day and search. So many stories lay buried in this beautiful place, would loved to have a chest with each and every one of them. A moving note, a young lady brought her mandolin and sat on the ground and sang to her loved one a pretty song, while I was on the search . So wanted to speak to her but did not to ruin her tender moment. It definitely had an impact on me though.

Added by Terry Knight on Mar 10, 2014 3:41 AM

Mike White
RE: Willie B
HI, Is ok to use the photo as you wish, also, linked Willie to her parents, very much appreciate the updates. Mike White

Added by Mike White on Feb 17, 2014 12:42 PM

Cindy
Thanks!
I loved reading your bio. Thanks, Nancy, for all you have done for Find A Grave!

Added by Cindy on Feb 14, 2014 11:03 AM

Marion McGee
RE: Jasper Cox
I know! I had several in the Cox-Wright and some are still there. I know that cemetery well and it is not in Horry County; but Find-A-Grave makes it so difficult to straighten things out when they get messed up. Guess I'll wait for someone to come along who "knows the ropes" to help put it all togethere correctly!
Thanks!!

Added by Marion McGee on Feb 13, 2014 2:25 AM

Robert Braselton
RE: Andrew Jackson Spruill
I have no problem with you using the photo of Andrew Jackson Spruill and his wife, Elizabeth. The original photo is on file in the Bossier Parish Library Historical Center if you would like to get a better copy of it.

Added by Robert Braselton on Feb 12, 2014 6:46 PM

C. R.
RE: Rufus Swann & other's
You are welcome Nancy. I know I can count on you to add corrections as soon as possible and I truly appreciate that. In my opinion, you are a true findagraver!!

Added by C. R. on Feb 07, 2014 2:08 PM

Patricia Riordan-Faver
OLD GRAVE MARKERS
For all family members who have a difficult time reading the inscriptions on weathered grave markers here is a little trick I picked up many years ago...

take a bag of white flower with you and blow a handful onto the surface of the marker. It is amazing how the images will appear.

I have used this method while visiting grave markers in cemetaries from the middle ages in Ireland and it works wonderfully.

THANK YOU all family members of the Southern States. I am so appreciative of how you revere and take care of our families final resting areas treating it truly as hallowed ground. THANK YOU.

Patricia Jean Riordan-Faver, a direct decendant of the Green and Reppond family.

Added by Patricia Riordan-Faver on Feb 02, 2014 7:52 PM

C Wilson
James Marion Gamblin Jr ~ Gamblin Cemetery
You appear to be correct. I believe that the photo posted by Phyllis McBride to this memorial is actually a portrait of his son, James Marion Gamblin (by Mollie Satterwhite) and, from the looks of it, taken later in life ... sometime in the 50's.

James Marion Gamblin (1888 - 1958) might have been named after his father which would have made him a "III"; but, since his father died (I think) before he was born, that distinction was never used and apparently lost.

This isn't my direct family line; and I never met him personally ... that I can remember. His mother, Mollie, was a great aunt.

Added by C Wilson on Jan 23, 2014 9:25 AM

Roots in Texas
RE: Hi, I have a brick wall.
Sorry, I didn't find anything much. The only Butler/McCorkle connection I found was for a Archibald Clarence McCorkle (born 1878)who married Estelle Butler (born 1886). She is the daughter of George Butler and Julia Gattis of Henderson, TN. He is the son of Thomas James McCorkle and Jenny Lind Woodruff. Assume this Thomas James McCorkle was from around Henderson, TN also but don't know that for certain. Maybe you can check the census records and try to work backward to see if they are somehow connected to your line. Archibald was a minister and he and his Butler wife moved to Batesville, MS and died there. Hope this will help you in some way.

Added by Roots in Texas on Jan 16, 2014 8:18 PM

Brian Jordan
RE: Little Mary Fomby
I hated to see it was broken too. There were two other graves that were weathered and I could not make out their names. One was very elaborate. I also made a photo of an old chimney, perhaps from the old home place.

Added by Brian Jordan on Jan 14, 2014 10:56 AM

Linda Hon
RE: Robert E. Crow
It is not upside on our website so I don't don't know how to fix it so if you can fix it, please do so. Thank you.

Added by Linda Hon on Dec 28, 2013 3:28 PM

CynMarin
Update
Right after posting my previous message I located an Eldy DeVaughn Ludlum who is my E.D. Ludlum. It appears someone has connected it to your Faulk family. You may wish to investigate. Eldy is #36972426.

Cynthia Heath

Added by CynMarin on Dec 28, 2013 9:45 AM

Chris Easley
RE: Upton
Nancy,

Thank you so much for your help in resolving this matter. I really appreciate it. Hopefully Darla (devasdaughter) will get the photo moved over pretty soon. I know she is active as I have communicated with her in recent months.

Added by Chris Easley on Dec 23, 2013 6:00 PM

Kelly Black
RE: Your family tree
No not yet I've been super busy with work. I have almost more than I can handle. I'll check out the tree and try to reach out to you soon. Thank you sweetie!

Added by Kelly Black on Dec 13, 2013 10:40 PM

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