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Eleanor Richardson (#46894533)
 member for 9 years, 5 months, 27 days
Barbara L. Kirkland
RE: Amanda Johnson Waters

Both James A. "Jimmy" Waters and William Monroe "Roe" Waters were sons of Washington Wayne Waters and Dora Ann Waldron Waters. Washington Wayne Waters was brother to my great-great-grandfather James F. Waters who was killed in the Civil War. So, both James A. Waters and William Monroe Waters would have been my great-grandmother Amanda Waters Cole's first cousins. Therefore, you are related to me.

I have found you in my data base as the daughter of Simon Peter Howard IV and Ethel Beatrice Waters Howard. You were born 3/12/1941 in Coffee Co. and your middle name is Colleen. Gary Nolan Richardson was born 10/11/1935. I show you with two children: Gary Wayne 10/6/1966 and Edward Howard 7/3/1969. I do not have marriages and/or children for them.

Now for my source of information. I get my information from many different places but primarily from talking to "kin-folk". Much of the older information comes from census and marriage records as well as cemetery records.

I would love to talk with you further. If you will send me your phone number I will give you a call.

Barbara Kirkland

Added by Barbara L. Kirkland on Jul 14, 2010 11:54 AM

Jerry Barnard
Virtual Cemeteries
Now don't forget that when you view certain memorials you can always include them in your virtual cemeteries. For example, I noticed that you have a virtual cemetery for the Waters Family, but you have no one in the cemetery. A good starting place would be to go to Meeks, which you can bookmark on your browser ( make a Find a Grave folder in your bookmarks and add all the links there! ) and pull up a male Waters. Then you will see a link on the left side to see all Waters'es at Meek. Then go to each one ( tedious I know) and open the memorial, then add it to your Waters' virtual cemetery. It's a great tool.

Added by Jerry Barnard on Apr 28, 2010 4:52 AM


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