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Mary Hunn (#46572126)
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Sharon Stewart
Issac Newton Stewart
His memorial on Findagrave say he was born in Texas, but all my info says he was born in Georgia. What info do you have regarding Texas? I am really curious. Thanks, Sharon Stewart

Added by Sharon Stewart on Feb 08, 2015 7:36 PM

Mary Ann Parker update
Mary E. (called Mary Ann)Parker is my great grandmother. She was born in 1850 in Georgia. She died May 22, 1907 in Lena's Switch (near Muldoon)in Fayette Co., Tx. She is buried in Old Muldoon Cem., now called Pitman Cem. in Muldoon, Fayette, Tx. She married William A. Johnson, Oct. 8, 1874 in LaGrange, Fayette, Tx. They had 3 sons, two of them apparently died in infancy or childhood as I can find no info on them except a mention of them in W.A. Johnson obituary. Their surviving son was Eddie Haywood Johnson, Born Jul. 23, 1878 in LaGrange-died Jun. 21, 1945 in Houston. He is my grandfather. He had 3 sons, Max Augusto, born 1899,Frank Edward , born 1902, and my mother, Myrtle Johnson Rowlett Henderson, born 1904.

Added by Countrygirl69 on Aug 22, 2014 9:27 AM

Vicki Hittson
Benton & Marshall Counties

I understand that many of the Beck family died at their plantation and surrounding area of Marshall County, Mississippi. That same area is now known as Benton County. I have deep roots there and will be visiting for the first time in September. It appears as though my ancestor's records for Tippah and Marshall County are now in Benton. What do you think?

Added by Vicki Hittson on Jul 25, 2014 3:00 PM

Lisa Bailey
Oma Foy Peirce 47711572
I put in a SAC edit for her maiden name. Her maiden name was Foy. I don't know where the Davis name came from. Her Father: Frederick Oliver Foy and mother: Caroline Elizabeth McCord. Her parents married 6 Dec 1877 in Caldwell County, Texas.

Added by Lisa Bailey on May 19, 2014 9:05 PM

Rita Boerner
Thomas Jefferson Bates and Laura Louisa Massey
I have a different Thomas Jefferson Bates as the husband of Laura Louisa Massey - I have Thomas Jefferson Alexander Bates (1851-1951) born in Georgia. He was the son of James Madison and Sarah Ann Elizabeth Williamson Bates.
Do I have the wrong Thomas J Bates??

Thanks for your help.

Rita Bryant Boerner

Added by Rita Boerner on Mar 10, 2014 8:02 AM

Deanda Lyne
James Mansfield
death date is 1914 - burial in 1941 - which is correct or was burial much later?

Added by Deanda Lyne on Dec 19, 2013 10:03 AM

Deanda Lyne
you have pictures of Lillian Lyne attached to Kathryn Lyne - what is the relationship?
You also show John Fuller married to both Kathryn and Octavine Lyne - are the girls related?
Kathryn is listed as a daughter of George Washington Lyne but he would only be age 12 when she was born.
Thank you for any help to clear these items up for me, Deanda Lyne

Added by Deanda Lyne on Dec 19, 2013 9:50 AM

melba pozyski

Added by melba pozyski on Oct 14, 2013 8:09 AM

Suggest A Correction (SAC)
---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 9:55 AM
Subject: Find A Grave Correction: Iva Tackett



Find A Grave contributor BeNotForgot has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Iva Tackett.

Link to memorial:

Their suggestion:
Is this her?

From her Texas certificate of death
Name: Mrs. D.P. Tackett
Death Date: 21 Apr 1925
Death Place: Rusk, Cherokee, Texas
Gender: Female
Race: White
Death Age: 41 years
Birthplace: Texas
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Housewife
Place of Residence: Denton, Texas
Cemetery: Rusk Cemetery
Burial Date: 22 Apr 1925
Cause of Death: Tuberculosis
Informant: Asylum Records, Rusk, Texas

Added by BeNotForgot on Jan 06, 2012 11:18 AM

Oops . . . you have inadvertently created two pages for the same person . . . both pages are listed > HERE < . . . thanks in advance for deleting one of them . . . Merry Christmas!

Added by BeNotForgot on Dec 10, 2011 1:54 PM

RE: Suggest A Correction (SAC)
From his Texas certificate of death
Name: Wm A Pultz
Death Date: 25 Mar 1923
Death Place: 705 S 1st St., Waco, Mclennan, Texas
Gender: Male
Race: White
Death Age: 64 years 11 months 19 days
Birth Date: 06 Apr 1858
Birthplace: Mississippi
Marital Status: Married
Father's Name: A Pultz
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Germany
Occupation: Section Foreman SA&AP Ry
Place of Residence: 705 S 1st St., Waco, McLennan, Texas
Burial Place: Rockdale, Texas
Burial Date: 28 Mar 1923
Informant: Mrs. Wm. Pultz, 705 s. 1st St., Waco, Tex

Added by BeNotForgot on Nov 25, 2011 6:35 PM

RE: Suggest A Correction (SAC)
Rockdale, Texas, March 29. -- William A. Pultz, 65 years old, died at his home in Waco Tuesday and the body was brought to Rockdale Wednesday for burial in the old City Cemetery. Mr. Pultz had been in the employ of the S.A.&A.P. Railroad for twenty-seven years. He was a native of Cairo, Ill., born in 1859. He had been twice married and is survived by a son, Mike Pultz of New York City, and five daughters, Mrs. Minnie Hamil of Waco, Mrs. Daisy Robbins of Flatonia, Mrs. Demar Demish of Yoakum, Mrs. Hattie Johnston of Houston and Mrs. Jessie Simmons of Rogers. Dallas Morning News. March 30, 1923.

Added by BeNotForgot on Nov 25, 2011 6:34 PM

RE: Suggest A Correction (SAC)
Regarding William Pultz . . . what I sent to you was his obituary from the Dallas Morning News . . . as well as the info from his Texas certificate of death . . . the info contained therein was generated way back in 1923 when he died . . . both documents show a different date of death from what you entered on his page . . . plus I thought you might want to use that info on his memorial page . . . have a nice weekend . . .

Added by BeNotForgot on Aug 26, 2011 5:11 PM

Suggest A Correction (SAC)
Good morning . . . just checking to make sure you are receiving the SACs I sent you . . . I know sometimes they seem to get lost . . . e.g., I sent one on William Pultz . . . and one on Iva Tackett . . . please do let me know if you did not receive these . . . thanks for your time . . .

Added by BeNotForgot on Aug 26, 2011 9:05 AM

marilyn jean wilson
iva clara tackett
was this a record from hospital ?i am researching tackett side of family.thamks marilyn

Added by marilyn jean wilson on Aug 18, 2011 6:00 AM

Larry Crummer
Sahm Family
Hi Mary,
Are you related to Ralph D Sahm? I believe I may be related to him through his wife, Mildred Nicholas, daughter of Elda Mae Law Nicholas? If so, could you email me. Thanks so much, Larry

Added by Larry Crummer on Aug 17, 2011 4:58 PM

Janie Pace
RE: Edwards
Her husband's is a very fine one - with the cross shape.

Added by Janie Pace on Jul 29, 2011 8:36 PM

Teresa Richardson
RE: Bynum
I love you!

Added by Teresa Richardson on Jul 27, 2011 12:27 AM

which White does your line stem from?

Added by aTrueTerry on Jul 02, 2011 3:52 PM

If you have a particular interest in the Whites, then you may disregard this message, but I was wondering if you would consider transferring management of John Newton White (J N White) and possibly any Whites you have in Romney Cemetery? NO pressure at all, I am just gaining ownership of their descendants in this cemetery.


Added by aTrueTerry on Jun 29, 2011 9:11 AM

John Newton White
Thought I would leave some info for your listing J. N White so you can update the info. I uploaded a picture I took the other day of his headstone, and you can see that his death year was 1899. It is John Newton White. Thanks for your listing.

God Bless,

Added by aTrueTerry on Jun 28, 2011 1:57 PM

Gordon A. Tilley
Zelda K. Williams Sahm.
Hello Mary,
I am a distant cousin of Zelda K Williams who is currently working the Henry Robert Smith (her grandfather) family genealogy. Zelda's mother was Mary Louise Smith Williams.

Are you related to Albert L. or Zelda Sahm? If so, I would like to exchange information.

Gordon Smith Tilley
Waco, Texas

Added by Gordon A. Tilley on Apr 25, 2011 12:40 PM

RE: Sherry
No, sorry, I'm not kin to the Hunn's.

Added by Sherry on Apr 24, 2011 8:06 PM

Teresa Richardson
I love you! Granny Hunn

Added by Teresa Richardson on Feb 08, 2011 2:05 AM

In Feburary I am going to Spain for a short holiday, while there we will be visiting the village of Mijas
(Hidden away in a corner of the village, overlooking the wonderful valley leading to the coast, is the hermitage of the ‘Virgen de la Peña'. Built into a rocky outcrop by Mercedarian monks in 1520. Inside is the image of the ‘Virgen de la Peña', the patron Saint of the village. According to the legend, she appeared on this spot on the 2nd of June 1586 to two young shepherds that had been led there by a pigeon. Subsequently an image of the Virgin was found concealed in a recess in the tower where it had been hidden for 500 years. In 1656 work started on the sanctuary cave, which is nowadays always decorated with flowers and pictures as offerings.)

If you give them a donation they will say a mass for you, you just give them a list of names you want prayed for during the mass.
I am having 2 said one for family and friends that have passed and one for living family and friends that need prayers.
If you have anyone you would like included in either list please just let me know and I would very gladly include them.
You can leave me a message or if you prefer E-mail me

Best wishes

Added by Reilly on Jan 16, 2011 2:08 PM


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