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Judy K. Brantley/Wilson (#46578531)
 member for 11 years, 4 months, 2 days
Patricia Britt White
Synthia Hamby

She's my third great grandmother. I appreciate your documentation!
Would you please transfer her grave to my maintenance?
Thank you so kindly!

Added by Patricia Britt White on Sep 21, 2014 9:19 PM

Marolyn Brewster
Mary A Matthews Haggard English
Mary was my great grand aunt. According to the Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974 she died on 21 FEB 1938. Her second husband's last name was spelt incorrectly it should have been English.

Name: Mary Ann Haggard Inglish
[Mary Ann Haggard Mathews]
Birth Date: abt 1859
Death Date: 21 Feb 1938
Death Place: Bridgeport, Jackson, Alabama
Death Age: 79
Marital Status: Married
Gender: Female
Father Name: Jim Mathews
Mother Name: Walker
Spouse Name: Jim Inglish
FHL Film Number: 1908564

Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974

Added by Marolyn Brewster on Sep 21, 2014 3:41 AM

Frank Feinstein
Louis William Feinstein
There is a photo of my ancestor on the page. Where did you find it? Who found it? Thank you and let me know

Added by Frank Feinstein on Sep 19, 2014 8:14 PM

Gloria Tune
J. J. Toon grave photo

Thanks so very much for the wonderful photos of Joshua James Toon's resting place & all your efforts at this website.

Gloria J. Tune
Member # 46777289

Added by Gloria Tune on Sep 18, 2014 4:31 PM

Rita Watson
RE: William F. Atkins
I read your answer. Is there a record somewhere of where some who were killed at this battle were buried and therefore since he is not on that list his body is considered lost or destroyed?
Also, he had 2 brothers who were also killed in the civil war. How could I find out information on where they are buried?

Added by Rita Watson on Sep 18, 2014 6:28 AM

Rita Watson
William F. Atkins
On Find a Grave you show that for William F Atkins, killed Sept., 17, 1862 in the civil war that his "body was lost or destroyed".
He was one of my ancestors and I've tried to find where he would have been buried. Do you have documentation you could share that proves his body was lost or destroyed.
Thanks so much for any information.
Rita Atkins Watson

Added by Rita Watson on Sep 17, 2014 9:07 PM

Demaris Miller
Mary Jane Duncan Hudgins
Sorry, the earlier message got away before I finished.
In examining Duncan graves in Enon Baptist Church Cemetery, I find Mary Jane Duncan Hudgins listed as a daughter of Samuel Wesley Duncan and Fereby Caroline Brock Dundan. I do not doubt that she was one of their grandchildren, but she was born after Fereby's death and when Samuel's second known wife was 57 years old. I suspect that she was the child of one of Samuel's children, who must have died when she was young, after which, she was reared by Samuel and his second wife, Nancy Caroline Thompson Duncan.

Please correct me if I am mistaken.

Demaris Guest Humphries Miller

Added by Demaris Miller on Sep 12, 2014 6:21 PM

Demaris Miller
Mary Jane Duncan Hudgins
I rule appreciate all the work you have done for Atlanta area cemeteries. I have many relatives in many of these cemeteries, but live more than 500 miles away. I manage one tiny family cemetery on the grounds of the Atlanta airport.

Added by Demaris Miller on Sep 12, 2014 6:14 PM

Dear Mrs Judy,

Thank you so very much for the transfers of Nellie and Joseph Parkerson. By all means, I will "ask for transfers using the Edit option" :). And, as mentioned before, I will do my very best to honor the responsibilities of a Find A Grave memorial manager, by maintaining and updating these memorials. I don't take this responsibility lightly. I'd greatly appreciate a visit with you to East View. Hopefully, there are headstones for Nellie and Joseph, that I can take a photo of to add to their memorials; as well as anyone else's headstone that may need a photo uploaded to their memorial. Thank you so very much for deciding to add all internments of this Cemetery. You've inspired me to consider doing this with the Cemeteries in my area, if they haven't been done already.

I too, look forward to meeting you as well :).

God bless you and yours.

Added by Frosty on Sep 12, 2014 1:37 AM

Stacey Herman
Alice Watson Browning #106632391
In the bio for Alice Watson Browning you say that Alice is the daughter of Add Watson and Elizabeth Mays Watson. I think that the Add Watson (b 1850) that married Elizabeth May is actually Alice's half brother. I think Alice's parents are Add Watson (b Abt 1823) and Nancy Ann Stanley. On the 1880 census Alice is with Add Watson age 61 and Nancy age 51. Add Watson (b 1850) married Elizabeth May 23 March 1872. Alice was born 1868. And to make that more confusing Elizabeth May was the daughter of Nancy Ann Stanley and her 1st husband Isaac Lafayette May. Add Watson's (b Abt 1823) 1st wife was allegedly Lucinda Taylor.
If you have any evidence showing that I am wrong I would be glad if you let me know.

Added by Stacey Herman on Sep 11, 2014 8:27 PM

Sonja Yount
John Ephriam Kuykendall and Francis Tyson
John and Francic are my 2nd Great grandparents on my fathers side would you please share any other information you may have on them you can send it to Sonja Yount (Thomason)

Thank you
Sonja M. Yount (Thomason)

Added by Sonja Yount on Sep 11, 2014 5:24 PM

RE: You deserve appreciation!
When down that way, I'll be near Hahira, Valdosta, and Adel. Just a hop, skip, and a jump from you :). So, we'll definitely have to visit! My email should remain the same for many years to come. If yours changes, just let me know so I'll have a way to contact you when I'm down that way :). I would be honored to take the Parkerson's Memorials! I appreciate that you even suggested such an offer! I'm still very much an amateur at this, and would not dare offend someone by asking for a transfer. I've found some individuals make it very clear to not even ask! Of which, I find difficult to understand. I will cherish these transfers and do my very best to honor the purpose of Find A Grave. A little background: I descend from Mary "Polly" Ann Parkerson, d/o Cordial Parkerson and Elizabeth Brock; she married my 2nd Great Grandfather Benjamin Tolbert Moore Sr. I don't know, exactly, how many of the Parkerson's Memorials you have, but I will look through them and send the appropriate request. Should it turn out to be a lot, I'll just send a few at a time, as not to overwhelm you. I thank you for taking the time to look in the Oakland Cemetery for possible Parkerson's. If I should find any relatives there, I'll do my very best to let you know. Thank you again for all you do! It pleases me to know that my simple "thank you" has brought us both so much joy!

With many hugs and prayers,

Added by Frosty on Sep 10, 2014 8:04 AM

You deserve appreciation!
I agree, those who have passed on should not be forgotten. They are partly the reason that we even exist today. But, it's also important that good hearted individuals such as yourself be recognized and appreciated (while still living), for all that you have done to help make this website what it is today. You have most assuredly been busy in your "little corner of the world", making it possible for the rest of us to locate our loved ones Memorials. There is a lot to say about the many ways you have contributed. One is: I can just imagine what a task it was, before the days of digital cameras, to go the Cemetery, take the photo, pay to have it developed, scan it, and then upload it! And, that's just "part" of your contributions! You should be receiving many, many "thank you"s! Should you find yourself in a position where you need a little boost of inspiration, please feel free to contact me, using my email address on my profile page. I can think of hundred's of ways that you've contributed to Find A Grave, to inspire you to keep doing what you enjoy.

May The Lord continue to bestow many blessings upon you,

Added by Frosty on Sep 10, 2014 5:37 AM

Thank You
The words "thank you" just don't seem to be enough. You are most assuredly an inspiration to me, Ms Judy. I aspire to be what you have been to Find A Grave. Your dedication and contributions are astounding! I, for one, am very thankful to you for everything you have contributed in your 11+ years as a Find A Grave Contributor. You are one amazing Lady!

Added by Frosty on Sep 10, 2014 4:14 AM

Joseph Jackson Parkerson
Thank you so very much for linking Joseph to his parents, Cordy and Zelphia Parkerson. It is very much appreciated! :)

Added by Frosty on Sep 09, 2014 8:57 AM

Rick Medlock
McGintys at Hollywood
Judy, I am Richard "Rick" Medlock born & raised in ATL & have a few relatives buried at Hollywood Cemetery from both my Father & my Mothers side. Clarence & Ethel Call are my maternal grandparents & Ralph Edward McGinty & Dorothy McGinty are my Paternal Grandfather & infant aunt his daughter. There are no headstones for the McGinty's as they are buried beside the Millers, John G. & Christina.

Added by Rick Medlock on Sep 06, 2014 6:14 AM

Elizabeth Norton Wells Huff

Thanks so much for the transfer today! And I really appreciate your work in those cemeteries; would never have found her if it weren't for you!

Added by Lou on Sep 05, 2014 5:40 PM

Linda Robbins
Doshie Brantley
She is the mother of George William Griffin. He is buried at turnip town Cemetery in Ellijay, GA. George's father was William Henry Griffin

Added by Linda Robbins on Sep 05, 2014 10:55 AM

Annette Bradford
Hough and Peacock Families in Cedar Hill
We are related to this family.

Added by Annette Bradford on Aug 29, 2014 7:46 PM

Debbie Westbrook
RE: Henry C Holcombe
I sent and edit first. You should be getting a notice for it. I sent the message to tell you about H C possibly being Hosey C. Ancestry has Raimuth and Hosey marriage on it. If you need more information let me know and I will try to provide it. I didn't mean to upset the apple cart. I just wanted to make sure the info is correct in case of an error. Thank you Debbie

Added by Debbie Westbrook on Aug 29, 2014 1:39 PM

Debbie Westbrook
Henry C Holcombe
I believe Henry C Holcomb is actually Hosey C Holcombe. I am a relative of Clayton Holcombe and I have not found anything related to a Raymouth Rice. I found her on Ancestry married to Hosey C Holcombe. If you think there I am in error, please contact me. I have been searching this name for many years and this is the closest I have come to anything similar. Thank you Debbie

Added by Debbie Westbrook on Aug 29, 2014 12:44 PM

Juanita Clark
William Grubbs
I am very grateful for the transfer of William's page & will do additions to make the page a wonderful memorial for future family to enjoy. God Bless you for all your hard work on findagrave. Sincerely, Juanita Clark

Added by Juanita Clark on Aug 21, 2014 5:40 PM

Thanks for the correction it also says mother on marker my goof up Thanks Again D.J.

Added by D.J. on Aug 20, 2014 4:33 PM

Rick Brantley
Brantley Ancestry
My name is Rick Brantley (son of Fred L. Brantley Jr.) This is my first time on the sight and was really impressed with the amount of time and energy you obviously have put in to this. My mother (Mary K. Brantley) passed away July 28th of 2013 and I've become quite a bit more interested in the family tree. I would love to get a Brantley background if you had something handy. Thanks again for all your hard work and hope to hear from you soon.

Added by Rick Brantley on Aug 19, 2014 3:32 PM

Larkin Fowler
Sink Fowler
Dear Judy, I was researching my great grandfather, Sinclair Fowler and came across your pictures. As I went through Ida's memorial, I saw your posted a picture of my dad, Larkin Fowler Jr., being held by Ida from 1945. I wanted to ask if you perhaps had anymore pictures of him with Ida and Sink that you could share with me? My dad died in 2006 and I have only one picture of him from his childhood. I would be forever grateful of any others you might have.

All my best, Larkin Fowler

Added by Larkin Fowler on Aug 18, 2014 8:38 PM


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