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Linda Ellis (#46955879)
 member for 6 years, 7 months, 12 days
Richard O. Rotenberry
Scott Maxwell
A conversation before, regarding Scott Maxwell, regarding a relation.? cannot find him. I see where he was a pallbearer at Billys funeral. Do you know how to get in touch with him.?

Added by Richard O. Rotenberry on Jan 05, 2014 1:49 PM

William G. Latham Jr.
RE: Agness
Never found a marriage for either wife. I have Sarah Hughes was born about 1762 in South Carolina, and died 1797 in Abbeville County, South Carolina. I've always thought Sarah, Agnes, and Reuben Holland were all full sibling's, by Elizabeth "Smith" Holland.

Added by William G. Latham Jr. on Dec 02, 2013 2:14 PM

William G. Latham Jr.
RE: Agness
I've added Agnes as a child of Charles Holland, and his second wife Elizabeth Smith. And, have included her spouse, and children. Are related to John Richard & Agnes "Holland" Byrd? If so, we are cousin's, my 4'th Great Grandfather was Absalom Holland, a half brother of Agnes Byrd.

Added by William G. Latham Jr. on Dec 02, 2013 11:40 AM

William G. Latham Jr.
RE: Agness
I never knew of Agnes, as the daughter of Charles, and his second wife Elizabeth Smith. He and Elizabeth had Agnes Nancy A., and Sarah Holland twins sisters, and a son Reuben Holland.

Added by William G. Latham Jr. on Dec 02, 2013 1:03 AM

William G. Latham Jr.
RE: Agness Holland Byrd
Thank you so much for linking her memorial to her parents, and husband. I have never seen a document listed a daughter Agnes, until you wrote to me. I'm always excited to learn of new family, and their connection. Have a Merry Christmas, and Blessed New Year.

Added by William G. Latham Jr. on Dec 01, 2013 11:48 PM

Love in Family
Marie Josephine Del Vaille Trteloar
My, my thank you for the transfer ! She was my very first Mississippi family history conquest. This was so very appreciated and unexpected.

Added by Love in Family on Oct 25, 2013 9:49 AM

Love in Family
J B Treloar, Sr
thank you for the transfer... and thank you again for all you do ! without people like you this treasure would be lost forever. With cremations on the rise this may be all that's left for future generations. Love in Family, Bren Sorensen

Added by Love in Family on Oct 24, 2013 4:28 PM

RE: Obit
Thanks be to you.

Added by raoul on Oct 21, 2013 7:56 AM

Love in Family
Katie Herrington
Thanks I deleted the one I posted and sent edits for the original. Thanks again for all you do !

Added by Love in Family on Oct 02, 2013 7:30 AM

Correne Miles
If kin to 70635204, please contact me abt obit/notice for her mom.

Added by Barbara on Sep 26, 2013 10:07 PM

Jesse Bryant Entrekin
Linda my name is Valerie Owen and Jesse & his wife Mary were my great,great grandparents. they are buried at Pine Crest Cemetery in Mobile, Alabama. I went to look for their graves on Friday Sept, 20th 2013. Pine Crest gave me the section and plot number of their graves. they were not there, there were no head stones on the grave site that Pine Crest said they were. Pine Crest said that their plot was for six family members, there were 3 other head stones there but no head stones for Jesse & Mary. now Pine Crest tells me that they never had any head stones or markers of any kind placed on their graves. I only have Pine Crest word that Jesse & Mary are buried there. I don't really believe them. I called other cemeteries in the Mobile area and they told me that there should be some type of marker on the graves even if only a small flat stone with their names, dates etc. short of contacting a lawyer about this I don't know what else to do. I don't believe that Cora Belle Owen their daughter and my great grandmother would'nt have put head stones on their graves. Val

Added by Valerie on Sep 23, 2013 3:13 PM

Wayne Cappen
Martin C. Cowart, Memorial# 31867454
would like to add his photo to my Family file on Familysearch... If you will allow this i would add "Fom Find A Grave, Added by: Linda Ellis <46955879> 12/01/2008"

Either way thank you for posing his stone, Wayne

Added by Wayne Cappen on Sep 22, 2013 5:31 AM

Love in Family
RE: Obit
I am working on this family. I married Michael Sorensen who was 1st married to Nora Jean Goss, and I would like to be able to pass it on to the boys and the grandchildren coming on. I have pictures but they need to be scanned so I can get them ready to post. Thanks for posting the obit for me....

Added by Love in Family on Sep 19, 2013 12:49 PM

Stephen Canty
Thomas H. Canty record
I was surprised to see my great grandfather's name and the Civil War info. I've seen his grave quite a few times, but since my father died when I was 8, I never heard about him. He, my grandfather(Warren) and my father(Andrew) are all there in Merryville, La. As I shall be.

Funny that my mother's first husband(in WW2) was named Ellis) !! Thanks for adding in the info.

Steve Canty
Petersburg, VA.

Added by Stephen Canty on Sep 16, 2013 5:23 PM

RE: Transfer
Linda thought I was answering you but sen t to I Care. Well, maybe she'll laugh.
RE: Cindy Webb
I'm in the twilight zone again. I guess!
But I do want Fredrick Webb, and do you know if he was a CW Vet?
Added by Dan on Sep 10, 2013 11:35 AM

Added by Dan on Sep 10, 2013 11:38 AM

Richard Pittman
Ira Siggers photo

Happy to help with your request. I've also posted for Carrie Siggers, buried next to Ira.


Added by Richard Pittman on Sep 08, 2013 12:22 PM

Kathleen Warr
Margaret Clark Ruble Westfall
Hi Linda!

Hope you are well. Do you have an original copy of the obit you have attached to Margaret's record?

Thanks so much!

Added by Kathleen Warr on Sep 07, 2013 6:20 PM

Mary Nell Brewer
Robert Manning
Thank you for the information listed with his gravesite. I cannot find his Civil War records. Please share with me how you found these. Interested in Matilda Brewer Manning's pension records. Have hit a brick wall. Thank you.

Added by Mary Nell Brewer on Aug 06, 2013 11:53 AM

Old Obits
Special permission to photograph a set of "old" papers is hard to come by but I am fortunate to be able to do preservation projects sometimes. Or if you find the newspapers on microfilm -- I love reading and photographing the old stuff -- and preserving. Thanks again for posting Albert Ladner's obit.

Added by Barbara on Jul 07, 2013 12:26 PM

Ruth Ramsay Campbell
Thanks, and between the two of us, we succeeded.
Keep up the good work.

Added by GulfportBob on Jun 03, 2013 9:15 AM

Brentley Shane Waller
Private A G Brown

Linda we found a new one today, in a long lost cemetery located back off the river, in a well overgrown cemetery Find A Grave Memorial# 111410733

Added by Brentley Shane Waller on May 29, 2013 11:43 PM

Brentley Shane Waller
Beware those lists, we have the one Jim Turner and Jimmy Trussell made for Greene County, these were made by copying the MS CONF Graves Registry, that is chock full of errors, all most all enlistment and discharge dates are wrong, many units are wrong as well. Much of the incorrect info such as Citizens files being used in records as Confederate Soldiers, was obtained by the MS DEpt of Archives from Historical Data Systems, and Tombstone APPS and Citizens files were used incorrectly by this HDS to make a record for a Confederate Soldier Based on these Files. I think i have traced this Merry go round a few times as Jimmy and Jims List was copied from the MS CONFEDERATE GRAVES REGISTRY, which copied it from MS dept of Archives and History, which used some faulty research provided by historical Data Systems. We are still working to solve some of the errors we found on our original list provided by Jim AND JIMMY. We are finding graves here that are no where near where the MCGR says they are, and many not there at all. I would advise anyone using the MCGR to verify anything on it, especially Co, Unit, enlistment and Discharge Dates, many of the soldiers were errored by using the John Smith from say Wayne County, instead of John Smith From Greene. We got a huge mess up here. i am finding tombstone app after CSA Tombstone app, but the stones cant be found

Added by Brentley Shane Waller on May 29, 2013 3:33 PM

Paula Davis
I see your pix of Sam's CSA service on findagrave. I am his desc and would like to know if you know more about him and his family. Today after Memorial Service, I put markers "Family of Sam Tew" on the 8 unmarked TEW graves beside him. We just do not know who is who. I assume his two wives, mom, and the children who died before him are the ones buried here. Do you have any input? I am also compiling a booklet of memories and stories to be shared with the Church next Memorial Sunday, I intend to include the Tews, of course, but would like mmore info if you have it.

Added by Paula Davis on May 26, 2013 9:58 PM

Dell Smith
James Garner and Mary Jane Roberts
You might want to add to the lists of their children, my grandfather, Alfred Ernest "Bill" Roberts. His dates are 12/05/1888-11/26/1953. He is buried at Coalville. Thanks!

Added by Dell Smith on May 09, 2013 12:58 PM

Ann Nash
RE: Unmarked graves
Sorry it took so long to reply. I looked into the "divining rod",I believe it is a myth. Please remove the photo from Clarrisa Broadus where u have the pcv post between Willis and her. There is not a body there and I do not want researchers going on a research for something that is not there. I went out to the Cemetry and looked at the post. Please Remove the picture and the Pcv post. Thanks Ann

Added by Ann Nash on May 08, 2013 6:03 AM


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