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Elizabeth Verchio (#46982812)
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Patricia Wilbert
RE: Mrs. Anna Louise Glover of Sumiton
Thank you , You have also helped me greatly.

Added by Patricia Wilbert on Jun 21, 2014 6:25 PM

NGL
110598400 Forrest Cemetery
My pleasure to take photos! I also added overview photos for location sites to the memorials for Eloise Sigrest Brown Milwee and Charlotte Sigrest Spadone (but not Phillip Spadone, Sr. since he has a link to Charlotte)..... showing those buried alongside Joseph Allen Brown. Kind regards, Nancy

Added by NGL on Jun 15, 2014 5:19 PM

tc ware
RE: Welcome to Findagrave.com
I believe that Minnie and Myrtle were the children of Jepp L. and Mary Jane Ware (also buried in this cemetery).

I will link Freddy and Alzie together - however, I do not know who Freddy's father was. Alzie died when Freddy was about 14 years old. I distinctly remember Alzie from early childhood, but her husband did not reside with her during this time (nor did I ever meet him). Freddy died in Vietnam, in March of 1968.

Added by tc ware on Feb 26, 2014 12:53 PM

tc ware
RE: Welcome to Findagrave.com
Elizabeth,

Alzie Ware Allums was my grandfather's sister. Her son (Freddy), father (Prince), and grandfather (Jeptha M.), and grandmother Adaline, are also buried in this cemetery.

In the latter half of the 1800's - Jeptha and Adaline (Rockett Ware), moved to the Partridge Crossroads area of Jefferson County from the section of Jefferson County that is today generally considered the Bessemer area. Please note that numerous Ware relatives are buried in the historic Union Cemetery located in Lipscomb, AL (you can view memorial pictures on findagrave.com).

You can find an online record of wills left by Jeptha M. Ware, John Ware (died 1859), and perhaps other Ware relatives - by using 'bing' or 'google' to search(I found both wills by using 'bing' to search for 'John Ware Jefferson County AL', and Jeptha M. Ware Jefferson County AL').

I hope this helps you learn more about your Ware relatives. Please let me know if I may be of further assistance.

T. C. Ware

Added by tc ware on Feb 26, 2014 10:53 AM

Belinda Riley
RE: Are you still active?
I am currently working and full time job and going to school full time, I am still active just not online that often these days.

I have all your emails and I will work on them at some point in the future when I have the time

Added by Belinda Riley on Feb 21, 2014 9:15 PM

Russell Roubdioux
Found more Tommie Cedar Hill
while looking for another marker I came across 2 more Tommie buried in another location . they are Joseph Gilbert Tommie oct 15, 1897 /july 14 1970 worl war I { PFC } AND Cecil Howton Tommie sept 23 1907 july 3 1992 I thought you like to know I have these pics all ready just make the photo request thanks Russell volunteer

Added by Russell Roubdioux on Jan 24, 2014 2:34 AM

Robin Sterling
Thaddeus Drummond
Mr. Drummond died 14 Oct 1903. If he still has no monument, recommend getting a free CSA monument from the government. All you have to do is submit the proper paperwork.

Added by Robin Sterling on Sep 06, 2013 6:23 AM

Cassie Woodley
RE: Ida Drummond # 64865800
I am sure that she is related to my husband if she is from Walker or Winston county. I'll see what I can find out.

Added by Cassie Woodley on May 19, 2013 8:08 PM

V Trimm Estes Kimbrell
RE: Memorial# 14023614 Woodard A. Trimm
Yes, he did marry his first wife's sister-in-law, Wavelyn. Her husband, Felix passed away in 1992, Doris in 1994. I don't know the exact dates, but, Woodard and Wavelyn were only married about 2 years. She died in 1996. I think they married sometime in 1994. Woodard is my mother's brother.

Added by V Trimm Estes Kimbrell on May 06, 2013 8:36 AM

Ken Lewis
Oda Caddell
I thought that sounded like I had heard it before.
I sent the person a message over a year ago telling
her about mistake. She has others Caddells listed in warrior cemetery also who are in MT. ZionMt.
Mt. Zion does have a Warrior address its in Corner

Added by Ken Lewis on Apr 16, 2013 6:09 PM

Ken Lewis
Oda Caddell
Hi Elizabeth

Someone has made a mistake listing him in warrior
cemetery but the headstone is his . Oda is my grandfather I visit him every 1st Sunday in May.
All the Caddells around Warrior are related going back to James Banks Caddell in N.C. their is creels in Caddell as oda wife family tree also

Added by Ken Lewis on Apr 16, 2013 5:41 PM

Stephen McBride
RE: Flatwoods Baptist Church Cemetery Gordo
You are welome. The only Loma I saw was Johnnie and Loma Pate, they were buried next to Goggins in the cemetery. Steve

Added by Stephen McBride on Mar 29, 2013 7:43 AM

Diona Dickerson
RE: Walker Memory Gardens - McDonald
I went late in the day and chose that cemetery for the lighting it provided. Morning shoots are ideal for upright stones, late afternoon is a perfect time for those that are not. I just added the close-up for Bertie, my power went out last night in the middle of an upload :)

Added by Diona Dickerson on Mar 19, 2013 5:50 PM

TIW
RE: Liberty Grove Baptist Church Cemetery (129)
There are 2 Liberty Grove Cemeteries in Walker County. The one that I visited and photographed is on the corner of Highway 5 and Rose Hill Road.

Added by TIW on Nov 13, 2012 10:09 AM

Ruby Smith Hassell
RE: Shackelford Cemetery, Pintlala, Montgomery, AL
The information I have on Julia Moseley Jackson comes from a booklet that Clanton did on the Moseley Cemetery and its members. That information states she was the daughter of Anderson Waid and Rebecca McLemore Moseley, born February 27, 1831, married Benjamin Franklin Jackson, died July 20, 1856.
Anderson Waid Moseley purchased his father and my 4th - great grandfather Edward Moseley's family Bible that had several generation of children with births, marriages, and deaths listed in it.
I'm sorry to say that I have not done more research on this family than I have, although I have done several of my mother's families back through Civil War, Revolution War, Jamestowne and Huguenot lineage.
Trying to work both parents lineage is a full time job that I only have a small time to work on. It is an ongoing love for family for me.

Added by Ruby Smith Hassell on Aug 31, 2011 6:27 PM

 
 

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