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William Jesse Mayfield, Sr. (#46800034)
 member for 9 years, 11 months, 24 days
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Marian Presswood
Still active?
Does anyone know if Jim is still active. I've had no response to several edit requests, and even tried his personal e-mail. Hope he's o.k.

Added by Marian Presswood on Mar 16, 2015 11:11 AM

Florene Forrester Kunder
223andMe DNA Relative
I'm a newbie on 23andMe. I received my first DNA Relative list, and you're on it. I also have Ancestry.com trees, and Mayfield is one of the branches in my Forrester tree. You're not on it, but there are many others who are undoubtedly not there, also.

The husband of my paternal aunt Fannie Forrester was Ransom "Rant" Mayfield, dob 1869 in Indiana. I have no DOD for him.
The earliest Mayfield I have is James Pinkney Mayfield.
great grandfather of husband of aunt, Birth 25 Apr 1784 in Jefferson County, Kentucky. He's in FindAGrave.

As I have time I'd like to add you, and maybe that addition will also lead me to another Mayfield Tree where a dear friend of mine is. I haven't been able to connect the dots between her and me, but I'm fairly sure there's a way.

I will use your short bio to add your basic info and hope it leads to connecting a few dots. We'll see. In the meantime, I'll give you my personal email for easier communication.

I'm outta time for today! $

Florene Forrester Kunder
Olympia WA
fkunder@gmail.com

Added by Florene Forrester Kunder on Oct 22, 2014 5:31 PM

Duke Luper
Jackson Cemetery
Hi William - my name is Duke Luper, and I'm a distant relative of James Luper, who is buried in the Jackson Cemetery in Edgecombe County. I have basic directions in FindAGrave - but want to come at Christmas and take pictures of all of the graves. Are there more exact directions? If you will correspond with me and assist me, I will be appreciative.

Best,
Duke Luper
duke.luper@yahoo.com

Added by Duke Luper on Aug 23, 2014 10:43 PM

Martha Mitchem
13149754, Ida Victoria Mitchem Bonner
Link to her father, Dexter Edward Converse, Sr. (formerly Lawson A. Mitchem) 28079982

THANKS
Martha Mitchem 47991656

Added by Martha Mitchem on Jul 06, 2014 6:33 PM

shelia mclendon Matheny
Elvira and James Gooch
Elvira and James are my GGG grandparents I am the GG granddaughter of Bartow and Mary Gooch and they are the parents of my Beloved GrandMaw Bessie Gooch Fleming of thomaston upson county GA I would love to have any pictures and Info on my Kin We have None and knew very little but thank the Lord after looking and looking I found this and loved the storys'I have never heard'And a Huge thank you to you all for posting them and the picture she looks like my Aunt Geneva again thank you and u made me really happy !

Added by shelia mclendon Matheny on Jan 11, 2014 1:10 AM

Ann Campbell
Gooch relative
I am the great granddaughter of Madison Gooch. My grandfather was John Henry Gooch son of Madison and my father was John Leonard Gooch.

I have good memories of visiting my grandparents in Suches and have attended services at Mt. Pleasant #2 or as we referred to it as the church on the hill. I also can remember attending the Gooch reunion at Mt. Airy as a child.

My father met my mother when John Henry and Eliza were living in South Carolina. Both of my parents are deceased.

It is good to touch base with a distant relative.

Added by Ann Campbell on Nov 02, 2013 9:30 AM

GRaganHoover
Lavada Bell Mayfield Reagan
Good Morning, Just wanted to share the link to Bell Mayfield Reagan's headstone in the McClung Cemetery Rockdale County GA. Her Memorial# 17649223.

I would love to find out how you may be related to Bell Mayfield. Bell is the daughter of David Luther Mayfield and Candice Lavinia Ragan.

Candice Ragan Mayfield is my great Aunt.

Best regards,
Gila Ragan Hoover

Added by GRaganHoover on Jun 16, 2013 4:04 AM

dazed photo
james forester
I thought you might want to know that James Forester nickname is "Jay" He was a jolly happy fun person and he like to cut up with you...and if "Jay" was quite he was thinking what he could say to you to make you laugh...Jay had a high fever when he was a kid,this caused him to have some mental capibilities. We all loved him...
And one of my husband ggrandmother was a Mayfield...I will get back with you on this

Added by dazed photo on Jan 05, 2013 10:08 PM

Deborah
RE: swords cemetery
Thank you Jessie, My Greatgrandfather Elisha Scarborough and (we are unsure of the other 2 graves beside him) have been there for some time. I'm not sure but I believe his 4th or 5th wife is buried there, but the child is unknown to us. the pictures we have of the grave, as you mentioned are not very attractive of the cemetery, but the ones you have of the gate, and wall are very nice. Thank you for your kindness. It is very much appreciated. Deborah

Added by Deborah on Jun 03, 2012 9:44 PM

Deborah
swords cemetery
Hello, I'm Deborah Jones and you have added a picture of E.F. Scarboro's grave site at Swords Community Cemetery. I'm confused though, we all know he was buried at Swords cemetery but my parents do not recognize the pictures you have of the cemetery itself. Do you know if maybe the cemetery has been updated within the last 10 years? All my parents can remember is a dirt road, and that the cemetery looked nothing at all as nice as your pictures. It was run down and not cared for. Surely there is not two E.F. Scarboros. I do thank you for adding the pictures and look forward to your help in helping us out with this confusion. Thank you, Deborah Jones.

Added by Deborah on Jun 02, 2012 8:44 PM

Irving (Sonny) Bartron
GOSS - Correction
The correct information about my mother, Emma Lee Goss-Bartron, is 1922-1996. I was a bit overwhelmed over finding my grandparents markers and just went a bit blank there, I guess.

Added by Irving (Sonny) Bartron on May 18, 2012 7:21 AM

Irving (Sonny) Bartron
Goss family
Dear Mr. Mayfield. I happened upon this site by doing a search for my grandmother, Florine Goss. Her husband, James Fred, and their son James Fred Jr, both went by the initials JF. Finding the pictures of the headstones was something I hadn't expected, and let me take this opportunity to thank you for posting then. JF Jr. and Lilly Ruth were my uncle and aunt and my mother was Emma Lee Goss-Bartron, 1922-2006. Thanks once again.

Added by Irving (Sonny) Bartron on May 18, 2012 7:08 AM

Gramad
Rausey Woody
Rausey was my great great great grandmother. I appreciate the information and the pictures. I have very little info or pictures of the Woody family.

Added by Gramad on May 07, 2012 10:29 PM

Bud
Hurst Family Cemetery, Newton Cty, Ga.
Hi, I just noticed your entries for this cemetery. Nice photos for sure on the memorials.
Just wanted to let you know that I added several names there that might interest you. Be glad to hand them over to you any time.
Happy Researching, Bud.

Added by Bud on Feb 24, 2012 5:10 PM

Kim Mayfield
William M Mayfield
Thanks for adding William M Mayfield to the site! This is my husband's great great great grandfather. I now have proof of where he was buried.

Added by Kim Mayfield on Jun 01, 2011 3:47 AM

Rebecca Hynum
Harwell Family Cemetery
I am trying to get directions to the Harwell Cemetery. There seem to be two but I'm not sure -- one in Morgan County, GA and one in Jasper Co., GA. They may be one and the same however. You added a picture for this cemetery of Martha S. Harwell. Could you possibly give the directions to this cemetery where you took this picture. I would be so appreciative. Thanks. Rebecca Hynum, Newborn, GA

Added by Rebecca Hynum on May 20, 2011 7:16 AM

Rebecca Hynum
Harwell Family Cemetery
I wondered if you would be so kind as to give me directions to the Harwell Family Cemetery located in the Godfrey Community, GA. You have taken a photo of one of the gravestones there so I assume you have been there. I would be so appreciative. Thanks, Rebecca

Added by Rebecca Hynum on May 07, 2011 6:48 PM

Barbara Rasmussen
Mary Davis Memorial #66216875
Dear Mr. Mayfield:

Once again, my thanks for your beautiful photos of Mary Davis' gravemarker. I am so grateful for your efforts.

Barbara

Added by Barbara Rasmussen on Apr 16, 2011 12:24 PM

Barbara Rasmussen
Fannie Stocks Memorial
Thank you so much for the beautiful photograph of Fannie Stock's gravestone. Your time and effort is appreciated, especially since I am so far away. Thank you again.

Barbara

Added by Barbara Rasmussen on Apr 16, 2011 12:17 PM

Gail L. Hannah
Smith photos
Thank ou so very much for the wonderful photos. Great job!! Gail Hannah

Added by Gail L. Hannah on Apr 15, 2011 1:51 PM

Bud
Photo
Good Morning.
Well, we love traveling through your area.
Have a "Great" day and the "Very Best" to you and all yours.
Bud & Vicky Sue

Added by Bud on Jan 31, 2011 5:10 AM

Deborah Sigrist
Photo of George W Davis Tombstone
Thank so very much for this photo!

Added by Deborah Sigrist on Oct 04, 2010 7:55 AM

Deborah Sigrist
Emma W Davis Photo
Thank so very much for this photo!

Added by Deborah Sigrist on Oct 03, 2010 8:26 PM

Carol Montgomerie
George A. Gibson
Thank you for the information and pictures posted on George A. Gibson, Rest Haven Cemetery, Walton County, Georgia. He is my 3rd great-grandfather! I was very happy to him all ready listed here. I have never seen his middle name referenced as "Alexander". Do you know the reference for this?

Thank you again!
Kindest regards,
Carol Montgomerie

Added by Carol Montgomerie on Mar 27, 2010 4:35 PM

DLT
Potter Cemetery
I saw where you added a couple of records for Potter Cemetery in Warren County, TN. Could you tell me where the cemetery is located? I have a couple of ancestors who are supposed to be buried there. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

David

Added by DLT on Jan 20, 2010 8:36 AM

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