|Don Blauvelt||Homer F. McAllister|
Thank you very much for the transfer. I am writing the sketch to be inserted. Homer was the father of your memorial for Harriet K. (McAllister) Muzzey buried the same cemetery [#45587885]
Added by Don Blauvelt on Dec 24, 2014 9:44 AM
|TWBrown||RE: Cooper Cemetery|
I was at the wrong Cooper Cemetery (in Morgan County). There is a Cooper cemetery near the old airport at Danville in Lawrence County. Her parents are buried in that cemetery. It's a small cemetery with very few markers.
Added by TWBrown on Nov 13, 2014 8:12 AM
I grew up in Texas but I am currently living in Nashville, Tennessee for graduate school. My dad's mother, Louise Griffin-Knight, was very scholastically involved and enjoyed history. She traced back much of her mother's family lineage during her life. Louise Griffin-Knight, died when I was one or two but her only child, my dad, has many of her files and family research. I too have become interested in genealogy and about a year ago I went through boxes of my grandmother's research when I was back home in Texas.
Interestingly, I made a trip to Auburn, Alabama this weekend and remembered from a lot of Louise Griffin-Knight's files that she spent a lot of time writing letters and researching to find information on her mother's father and his family. Although I don't know much about any of these people, I know my grandmother's mother was Annie Beulah Simpson-Griffin from Russellville, Alabama and she had five children with Thomas Levi Simpson. Thomas Levi Simpson was married prior to marrying Annie's mother and they had six children together from what I understand.
Today I stopped in Falkville at the city cemetery on my way back home to Nashville after my trip to Auburn and found Thomas Levi Simpson's grave. I think my grandmother would have been pleased. I am back in Nashville now and just learned that Thomas Levi Simpson's parent's were buried around that area as well. I would appreciate any information/stories on Thomas, his first wife Susan Jane Anderson or second wife Mary Ann Peerson and any of the 11(i believe) total siblings.
I am so grateful I stumbled upon some of the information at the findagrave website as I was passing through today. Also, I think my great grandmother, Annie, might be the younger female in the picture with Thomas, presumably his wife and five of their kids. I find all of this fascinating and would love to hear about any information you might be able to share. Thank you.
Added by Sonnye Knight on Oct 12, 2014 9:13 PM
|Linda Dukes||RE: Sarah Orr|
You are welcome. The Wiggins/Orr families are HUGE, and you cannot trust the info on ancestry.com as fact...So I did a lot of digging :-)
Added by Linda Dukes on Sep 24, 2014 11:55 AM
|Barbara Parks||RE: John Burl Sammons|
thanks so much for bringing that to my attention, I have fixed it and attached the photo to the correct memorial
Added by Barbara Parks on Sep 21, 2014 7:54 PM
|Ray and Marty||Sarah Briscoe Memorial|
I have just posted a pic of Sarah's stone #43938264. It includes info for her and her husband Thomas Briscoe. In light of this pic you may want to edit the bio info on the memorial page. Get back with me if you need additional info.
Added by Ray and Marty on Aug 20, 2014 7:14 AM
|TWBrown||RE: Cooper Cemetery|
There is another cemetery in Lawrence County near the old airport. The Livingstons are buried there, her mother and father, they have markers but she does not. This location makes more sense than the one at Massey.
Added by TWBrown on Jul 30, 2014 10:25 AM
|Patsy Box Johnson||Wilhite|
I would like for you to fix it so I can leave and correct information on Eliz J. Wilhite Morris page.
Patsy Box Johnson
Added by Patsy Box Johnson on Jul 04, 2014 7:06 AM
|G. Wilson||52889242 Aud G. Tyler|
Where did you get this obituary info? My great grandmother is Edna Wilson that is listed in this obituary as his daughter but she was born in 1906 and according to the picture of his tombstone, he was born in 1909. So this couldn't be her father? Just trying to find out a little more about my great grandmother's side of the family.
Added by G. Wilson on Jul 03, 2014 8:54 PM
|Kathy Stroope Veasey||Emily Points|
thanks so much for the transfer
Added by Kathy Stroope Veasey on Jul 03, 2014 9:54 AM
|Kenneth Blagburn||James Quentin Houser|
You have created two memorials for James Quentin Houser in the Somerville Church of God Cemetery.
Memorial# 57801768 and Memorial# 57801761. One has the obit and the other does not. These are duplicate memorials. Could you please consider removing the one without the obit. Thank you for all you do.
Added by Kenneth Blagburn on May 24, 2014 5:53 PM
|Richard Ferguson||John Ferguson|
Thank you so very much for transfering the John Ferguson Memorial. It means a lot to me.
Added by Richard Ferguson on May 18, 2014 10:39 PM
|Stanley Tykarski||RE: Transfer|
Thank you for your quick response. God bless.
Added by Stanley Tykarski on Apr 12, 2014 8:16 PM
I am the nephew of Joseph Coughlin (memorial #62858685) and I would like to thank you for adding his memorial to the site. Would you be kind enough to transfer management of his memorial? I have created a virtual cemetery of my family and would like to link the memorial.
Again, thank you for the time and effort you've put into this work.
Added by Stanley Tykarski on Apr 12, 2014 5:19 PM
|Barb Ferris||Hughes Cemetery|
Can you give me directions for Hughes Cemetery in Morgan County, Alabama. I requested a gravestone photo for Ethel Goodson, mem # 32484426 and her son Owen, mem # 32484447 but they was unable to find the cemetery. I appreciate your help. Thank you, Barb.
Added by Barb Ferris on Mar 02, 2014 5:58 PM
|wanda stratmann||roy allen powers|
HI my father Roy allen Powers is burried in russel cemetary. I was glad to see he finaly had a monument put up on his grave. His mother to this day still doesn't have one. thank you for your service. I am in chicago, illinois so its hard for me to get down there.
Added by wanda stratmann on Feb 28, 2014 7:08 AM
|Tazgirl||RE: Reuben Marshall Holmes|
Mom left me the ancestry information in her will. She was the one who got me started in this when she was alive. She use to tell me all kinds of stories. Now I can't stop. I have found several wraps between her side and my dad's side. Also found a wrap on my mother's dad's mom's side to her. Which was kind of interesting. Whenever I found something I wanted to pick up the phone and call her. I remember Mom going to the library doing research before computers and then coming home staying up late writing in her books. I ran into the Drinker side the other day while looking at some stuff in her tree. I remember her talking about the name but don't remember what it was. Ruben was actually related to me twice he was my 2 gr grandfather by adoption and 3 gr grandfather by birth. Well good luck in your research.
Added by Tazgirl on Feb 23, 2014 1:01 PM
|Tazgirl||Reuben Marshall Holmes|
sorry to hear about your grandson. What was your relationship to Reuben? I know he should be close because of your grandson's page. Reuben Marshall was my 2nd gr grandfather. my grandmother was Jo Ann Simmons. She's Reuben's 1's gr granddaughter. Jo Ann's find a grave is 99677325. Take a look and leave flowers if you like. I have a picture of Grandfather's barn. would be happy to share. I added a story that was told by my grandmother to his page. Also was wondering why he doesn't have anything about him being in the Civil War. I added all of this to the flower.
Added by Tazgirl on Feb 15, 2014 12:56 AM
|Martha Jean Holmes Saint Grimes||Betty Adams|
Thanks for the info. Have a great day.
Added by Martha Jean Holmes Saint ... on Feb 10, 2014 5:11 AM
|Ronnie Simpson||RE: william simpson 1813 to 1887|
I have not came accross any of these sorry
Added by Ronnie Simpson on Dec 29, 2013 7:37 PM
|Ronnie Simpson||RE: william simpson 1813 to 1887|
HI sorry late reply:
I am trying to find my great-grandpa's brother William Simpson. My great-grandpas name is Green Wesley Simpson if this is the William Simpson that i am looking for his parents names would be Nathaniel and Sarah Simpson
Added by Ronnie Simpson on Dec 14, 2013 6:57 PM
|Ronnie Simpson||william simpson 1813 to 1887|
do you know who his father and mother are?
Added by Ronnie Simpson on Dec 12, 2013 7:19 AM
|Fran Q||RE: Compton Family|
Too bad! I do hope to get up to Morgan County in the near future to do a little research - that will help get things straight for me! Thanks again for all the photographs!!
Added by Fran Q on Dec 05, 2013 7:02 PM
|Phyllis J. K. "Sis" Owens||Charles William "Buddy" Persle|
Thank you for transferring my friend Buddy Persle to me for maintaining. *hugs*
Added by Phyllis J. K. "Sis" Owens on Nov 16, 2013 6:23 PM
|Fran Q||Compton Family|
Hi Captain Andy's g g granddaughter again! I think we may be related! I have a Compton from Morgan Co. in line! Rose Elizabeth Compton b. 26 March 1859 married Solomon Thomas Nesmith 14 Dec 1873. She is on findagrave as 51772405. Her father was R D Compton and her mother was a Cooper.
Their daughter Minnie married Sidney Green Parker & their son was Herman Parker who married mabel West. So my Morgan Co. roots include these names as well as Robinson.
Is RD Compton in your family too? I have no information on them other than Rose.
Added by Fran Q on Nov 12, 2013 4:13 PM