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scott dawsey (#46564912)
 member for 13 years, 3 months, 10 days
RE: James David Stringer
I don't think I ever said "Thank You" for this info.

Anyway, THANKS!

Added by GRP on Jan 23, 2016 8:07 PM

Linda Walden
RE: Sherwood Pearson
My husband's 2nd great grandfather Sherwood William Pearson was born Nov.8,1826. All of the Census records show 1826. The gravestone has 1824. He died Dec.27,1906 in Maries County, Missouri. The person you are looking for was Sherwood Pearson or Peerson (some of the census records and his gravestone show the Peerson spelling) born in Oct.1824. and died in July 1907. He married Mary Jane Milam April 4 1850 in Lawrence Co., Alabama. They had six children, Charles, Ben, Martha, Idella, Anna, and Harvey, all born in Lawrence Co., Alabama. Their son Ben and their daughter Martha are buried in the McKelvy Cemetery in Moulton, Lawrence Co. with their father Sherwood Peerson/Pearson.

Added by Linda Walden on Mar 21, 2015 1:19 PM

J. Faulkner
RE: Charles Carroll Castleberry
Thanks for the additional information that will be saved in my files. Preston Malone posted the memorial for Charles C. Castleberry. I donít know who is managing Preston's memorials since he passed away. You can try using the edit tab. If no response, contact F A G to update the memorial.

Where was William A. Johnson buried?

Added by J. Faulkner on Feb 23, 2015 7:01 PM

Wanda Quinn Bradford
RE: John T. Masterson
Scott - just click on the photo so you can see the caption. Dr. John Masterson is standing. :-)

Added by Wanda Quinn Bradford on Nov 20, 2014 10:34 PM

Wanda Quinn Bradford
RE: John T. Masterson
Scott - just click on the photo so you can see the caption. Dr. John Masterson is standing. :-)

Added by Wanda Quinn Bradford on Nov 20, 2014 7:03 PM

J. Faulkner
RE: Charles C. Castleberry
Thanks, his marker is missing and needs to be replaced. Your cousin is ready for a long overdue cemetery adventure.

Added by J. Faulkner on Oct 05, 2014 5:31 PM

Mike B.
Pvt. Abner E. Steel
I fixed his name and month, day, year of birth. Thank you.

Added by Mike B. on Jul 28, 2014 11:55 AM

Larry Chenault
RE: James Monroe Chenault
Hey Scott,

My direct line and brothers/sisters left Alabama before the Civil War.. but alas, with even them, I have no images to share, or I would..

Added by Larry Chenault on Apr 21, 2014 3:54 PM

Debbie (Gibson) Evans
RE: william b gibson
Sorry the William B. you are looking for was not in the military.

Debbie Evans

Added by Debbie (Gibson) Evans on Mar 30, 2014 3:31 PM

Sherry Oldham Coffee
RE: Elizabeth Barton Dickson
Glad I could help. Your request had been in quite a while but this is one of those wilderness extravaganza cemeteries so not too surprising. If you check the Rutland Cemetery I added photos for Elizabeth Barton Dickson's parents as well.

Added by Sherry Oldham Coffee on Feb 21, 2014 2:37 PM

Ann Lindsey
RE: John R. Holland

This looks like John R. Holland and his family on the 1870 Census and his wife is listed as Mary. So maybe Mattie was a nick name.

Event Type: Census
Event Year: 1870
Event Place: AL
Race: White
Household Gender Age BL
Jno R Holland M 32 AL
Mary Holland F 31 GA
Elizabeth Holland F 13 AL
Catharina Holland F 11 AL
Martha Holland F 8 AL
Sarah Holland F 6 AL
Mary Holland F 4 AL
Ross Holland F 0 AL
Charles Whorton M 18 AL

Added by Ann Lindsey on Feb 16, 2014 7:06 AM

Ann Lindsey
RE: Mary Mollie Tubbs Lindsey
Thank you so much Scott.

I know I've read that the court house burned and they lost lots of records but I have found so many others around that time. I have been searching for over 14 years with no luck. There is no one left to ask if she died in Colbert County but that is where they were on the 1910 Census and my grandfather with his new wife on the 1920 Census. I have found records that have her name as Mary E. Tubbs and the family called her Mollie, a nick name. On the 1900 Census they were listed as Robt. Lindsay? Her parents are buried in Crooked Oak also along with lots of other family.

Thanks again. Molly

Added by Ann Lindsey on Feb 16, 2014 7:01 AM

Ann Lindsey

Do you have anything on Miles R. Lindsey my great grandfather, Robert D. Lindsey's older brother. He was born in 1821 in SC and there is a record of him turning in a claim for property used by the Union Army after the CW. He dissapeared by 1870 with no further trace of him, where or when he died. My great grandfather was in Roddey's company.

Thanks if you can help.


Added by Ann Lindsey on Feb 15, 2014 1:23 PM

Ann Lindsey
RE: John R. Holland
Your Welcome Scott,

I will check for Mattie. I have lots of Holland's on my father's side. Many of his side are buried in Crooked Oak including my grandmother, Mary "Mollie" Tubbs Lindsey. Scott, do you have any access for the death records there? All the information we have is that she died of the flu in 1917 but I have never found a record of her death.

I'll let you know if I find anything on Mattie.


Added by Ann Lindsey on Feb 15, 2014 1:11 PM

William Walker Cameron
William Walker Cameron tombstone. No Scott i did not.
Not sure who did.

Added by Scrappy on Feb 04, 2014 3:05 PM

Billy Yarbrough
RE: dickson
I am not sure what Dickson's you transferred to me.
Which cemetery are they in?

Added by Billy Yarbrough on Jan 04, 2014 8:22 AM

Billy Yarbrough
RE: dickson
I can't find what you are referring to.


Added by Billy Yarbrough on Jan 01, 2014 7:00 AM

Billy Yarbrough
Hi Scott

I did not understand your message. There are 4 Dicksons in Rutland I created. There are some in
your name. I am not related to them. Are you
asking them to be tansferred to you? If not,
then are you asking me to assume the memorial.
Either way is fine with me. Please reply.

Added by Billy Yarbrough on Dec 31, 2013 1:33 PM

J. Faulkner
RE: John T. Barnett
Thanks for the information on John T. Barnett. He married 1 Aug 1867.

Nashville Christian Advocate, published February 14, 1901

JOHN T. BARNETT born Giles Co., Tenn., Dec. 1, 1842; died Iuka, Miss., Nov. 22, 1900; served in 26 Miss. Inf. Reg., CSA; wounded in his right arm, crippling it; married Sallie H. daughter of Dr. J. S. Davis, Iuka, Miss., in 1867.

I'm wishing the same for you and your Mother. Hope to see you soon after the first of the year.

Added by J. Faulkner on Dec 13, 2013 6:37 PM

Billy Yarbrough
RE: Jackson Cemetery
The marker for the cemetery was placed by sister
in honor of our grand mother nancey helen allen yarbrough(daughter of Aden Allen). I assume you found the cemetery marker. Also if you will check the Jackson Ridge cemetery (same as Jackson) I
have given the co-ordinates and if you have
a portable GPS you could find it.

Added by Billy Yarbrough on Dec 13, 2013 12:55 PM

Billy Yarbrough
RE: Aden Allen
No picture. Sorry.

Added by Billy Yarbrough on Dec 13, 2013 12:46 PM

Billy Yarbrough
RE: Billy
My GGrandfather Aden Allen was
a CSA vet. See #121601381

Added by Billy Yarbrough on Dec 11, 2013 3:36 PM

Beckie (Carter) Williams
RE: Tuscumbia Franklin Co. Alabama
Thanks for clearing that up for me.

Happy Thanksgiving to you, as well:)


Added by Beckie (Carter) Williams on Nov 27, 2013 5:39 PM

Beckie (Carter) Williams
RE: Robert Lockhart Armstrong

Thank you for this information. I have added it to his memorial. Next time it would be helpful if you would include his memorial number as I have added a lot of folks from several counties around here and can't remember them all by name and where they are buried.

Also, when I was trying to add his birthplace, it did not have Tuscumbia in Franklin County. I looked on my map and it is located in Colbert County. . . unless the town has grown into Franklin County? Please advise.

Thank you,

Added by Beckie (Carter) Williams on Nov 23, 2013 4:48 AM

RE: Simpsons in Colbert Co. Alabama
Thanks - I probably made a mistake on that. I deleted it!

Added by Oliver on Nov 21, 2013 4:49 PM


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