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Angela Dalton Lucius (#47023049)
 member for 7 years, 5 months, 2 days
Bertha Avery-Hood
North Mississippi Journal
Oct 14, 2005

Elizabeth Feathers

POTTS CAMP – Elizabeth Ann Feathers, 67, died
Thursday, Oct. 13, 2005, at Graceland Care Center in New Albany. She was born
Nov. 18, 1937, in Potts Camp. She was a retired employee of Wal-Mart and a
member of the First Baptist Church of Potts Camp.

Services will be at 11 a.m.
Saturday at the First Baptist Church of Potts Camp with Bro. Jim Buchanan and
Bro. Frank Feathers officiating. Burial will be in Potts Camp Cemetery. Holly
Springs Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

Survivors include
three sons, Thomas Green of Southaven, John Feathers of Olive Branch and Billy
Gurley of Potts Camp; two daughters, Sissye F. Harris of Myrtle and Beth G.
Overall of Potts Camp; two sisters, Kathy Pannell of Byhalia and Jean Whaley of
Potts Camp; 16 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in
death by her parents, Delbert and Stella Mea Shaw, and a very dear friend, V.A.

Visitation will be from 5 to 10 p.m. today at the funeral

Pallbearers will be Kelly McMillen, David Whaley, Darrell Whaley, Bubba
Feathers, Mike McMillen, Dickey Whaley and Scott

Added by Bertha Avery-Hood on Aug 04, 2015 9:24 AM

Marvin Ray Driggers
Alvie O Ivy
I send you a request for a transfer by email.

Thanks for your consideration.

Marvin Ray Driggers

Added by Marvin Ray Driggers on Feb 18, 2015 6:08 PM

Eddie Hughes
Thanks again for your dedicated service to F.A.G with appreciation.

Added by Eddie Hughes on Jan 20, 2015 4:53 PM

Eddie Hughes
Ruby Owens
Will you please transfer her memorial page to me thanks Eddie Hughes my contributor number is 48574248.

Added by Eddie Hughes on Jan 20, 2015 12:52 PM

Gerry Hill
RE: Singleton York

Added by Gerry Hill on Dec 09, 2014 2:30 PM

Ron Collins
RE: Charles Jenkins
Thanks. I've run across similar problems when there are 2 different names for the same cemetery (and 2 addresses). Although mine were confirmed to be the same cemetery after all, the address for one was listed at intersecting roads on the west side, and the other address was intersecting roads on the east side. Totally confusing.

Good Luck,


Added by Ron Collins on Nov 15, 2014 6:16 AM

glenda hill
Emmett H Hunter
This is my paternal gr-uncle. He and my grandmother, Myrtle Lee Hunter (Hill) were born to Luther B Hunter and Rosa Rucker Hunter who were married 10/27/1894. They also had another child named Lottie who died at a young age. Rosa died when my grandmother was a young child and I have not been able to find out anything about her other than her marriage to my gr-grandfather, Luther B Hunter. Ollie Rhodes Hunter married him after her death and had the remainder of the children listed on the memorial.

Added by glenda hill on Oct 06, 2014 2:10 PM

Anna-Marie Phillips
Polly Raffield
Would you mind if I use the pictures you take on I would link to find a grave and give you credit for taking it.

Added by Anna-Marie Phillips on Jul 09, 2014 7:47 AM

Jerry L Edwards
Angela, I think that was the fastest transfer I ever got. They usually take a few days to a few weeks. Thanks, Jerry.

Added by Jerry L Edwards on Feb 11, 2014 5:26 PM

Memorial Transfer

Would you also mind transferring My Great-great grandparents memorials to me? DDeason #47586495
W.H. Castleberry #41529861
M.E. Castleberry #41529889
Thank you,

Added by DDeason on Mar 11, 2013 4:12 PM

Memorial Transfer

Would you mind transfering my grandmother's memorial #41529918 over to me, DDeason #47586495?
Thank you,

Added by DDeason on Mar 11, 2013 3:37 PM

Anthony Clayton
Just wanted to say hello to you. It appears we are 6th cousin's 0 removed. Our first common Grandparents are Stephen Clayton III (1765-1833) and Mary Dennum 'Clayton' (1738-1821). Love your name.....I have a daughter named Angela.
Anthony Clayton

Added by Anthony Clayton on Feb 02, 2013 2:59 PM

Karen Kessler
Vashti Spencer
Thank you for transferring my GGrandmother's memorial to me! I really appreciate it.


Added by Karen Kessler on Nov 10, 2012 8:10 PM

Donaldsons and Poundses
Hi Angela. I have been clicking around your virtual Family Cem. and your Headboards of Stone blogspot. If you are kin to Martha Ann Pounds Donaldson, we are far (very far!) flung cousins. The separation took place about 1800 when a son of Samuel Pounds of Anson Co. NC headed south to TN and then Miss., while a son of Samuel's cousin William Pounds of Chatham Co. NC headed north and west into the Ohio Country. I've worked on this northern branch of our line for twenty years, and just recently I've gone back to NC and this time headed south and west toward Mississippi.

You can get an idea of my work from visiting
No photos there, I'm afraid. I'm saving them for the next book, though I'd be happy to share on a personal basis.

I'm a big Faulkner fan, so right now I'm particularly interested in Lafayette Co., where Martha Ann Donaldson and her husband died. I haven't investigated the Donaldsons in Lafayette yet, but I will. For today, I wonder if you know of any other connects (however tenuous) between the Pounds family and Lafayette and surrounding counties. The biggest passel of Mississippi Poundses seems to be over in Prentiss Co....

Best regards, Wayne Pounds, Tokyo

Added by wayne on Nov 03, 2012 10:39 PM

Karen Kessler
Vashti Spencer
I was so excited to find my Great Grandmother's grave on here! Could you transfer it to me?

Her name: Vashti Spencer
Memorial ID: 53153103
My name: Karen Kessler
My ID: 47903293

I would appreciate it!


Added by Karen Kessler on Sep 02, 2012 4:54 PM

Diane ღ
Dear Angela,
"From the president of the United States and grateful Nation." I remember the words so clearly as they handed my Mother the flag. I had never heard those words before that. As I stood there on that cold November Day, thoughts came swirling in my head. I flashed back to my fathers entire demeanor. How he organized his clothing drawers were. How he lived with honor, how military he was. How he had wanted to be in the National Cemetery and I was so against it.

It was like it was all coming together in my head, I was seeing experiences known only to those understanding military tradition.

He was part of this white sea of headstones belonging to the men and women who valiantly defended our nation. His military back bone had always been there.

He served as a Chaplin ministering to Vets at the Minneapolis Veterans Hospital for years. He was on the honor guard for awhile. He gave blood routinely as he was AB negative, the rarest blood type in the world. Many nights he would get a 2 am call and out the door he would go to give blood because someone was in need. It took me years to understand what a military man is. He lived our nation and preserving it's goodness my entire life.

Memorial Day means so many different things to our society. The start of summer, picnics, it is the official end of winter where I live.

To veterans it is a time of reflection, of their courage, sacrifices, pride and loss. My son has lost 2 friends to the Iraq war, and another that came back severely injured and is struggling with his injuries and each day is a gift as those days are slipping away from him.

Memorial Day we bring into memory those that have fought for our freedom. I would like to thank you, for your Father, Son, daughter, husband, ancestor, or maybe even you, for the scarifies your families have endured to keep America out of harms way.

That as we begin Memorial Day 2012 our families remain strong and we are enduring together what our nation is all about....

"First in WAR ... First in PEACE ... and First in the HEARTS of his countrymen."
George Washington.

Memorial tribute

Added by Diane ღ on May 26, 2012 7:32 PM

"William Alderson" grave photos
I appreciate you taking the time to take a picture of my great-grandfathers headstone and posting it on gravefinder. I don't live in the area anymore and this just made me smile, Thanks so much! :)

Added by Karen on May 02, 2012 8:30 PM

Diane ღ
Happy Easter
At noon, darkness fell across the whole land until three o'clock. Then, at that time Jesus called out with a loud voice, "My God, my God, why have You forsaken Me?"

Today is Good Friday, one of the saddest yet the most joyful days of the year. For many years on Good Friday the weather has changed to dark sky's and the winds rolled in. It lasts about an hour. I have always thought that God was reminding me of that moment when Jesus left this earth. The suffering was over, the debt was paid for us. The Lamb of God had fulfilled his destiny and salvation was ours to claim through repentance of our sins.

Just now, in Florida, it rained and the sky was ominous and threatening. Lightning danced across the sky with loud claps of thunder. It rolled in from the west and as it came upon the house it was beautiful, exciting, and if orchestrated by Steven Spielberg could not have been more beautifully displayed.

The rain came after and then the glorious rainbow with the sun gleaming colors of purple, green, yellow and blue. God's rainbow with the meaning of "he loves us, he keeps his word and he will be there in the evening of our lives."

As I watched the weather roll by and the sun's return. I could feel it's warmth, I could feel God's promises to us as humanity. In my own words, once a year we have a holy TEXT sent to us. It says "I lived, I died and I did it because I love you" You have my number, don't forget to call.

On this Good Friday I am sending you my faith, my hope and wishing you peace and love in your lives forever. This has been my message to you for 8 years. We can rejoice in a new beginning because that is what he bestows on us each and every Good Friday.

Each and every Easter Morning we start again. With the Faith that he is near, The peace he sends in knowing our future is in his good keeping, the hope that our loved ones can share in this amazing gift, and the love that can transpire between families no matter how much strife and differences we have, we are all one. It is all so easy when we come together to make it happen.

Easter Blessings,


Psalm 35:9
Then my soul shall rejoice in the LORD;
and delight in his salvation.

Added by Diane ღ on Apr 06, 2012 3:47 PM

RE: Sallie Jackson Shiloh

Do you live around Oxford?

Added by ralfjackson on Mar 07, 2012 5:21 PM

Diane ღ
Merry Christmas

I have been working Christmas day for as long as I can remember. It has always been by choice. Although the double pay and a half is an incentive. It is the one day a year I know I can make a difference.

There are always the "ones" who are sitting by the elevator door waiting for their family to come. The "ones" who have no family but still hope for a visitor. The "ones" who's family can't come due to distance but they still hope. And the "ones" who have family but have long been forgotten.

There was a time when you could walk into a hospital or nursing home and visit with people. Now you have to go through "channels" you have to have clearance. In some cases if you want to volunteer to visit, you have to have a back ground check.

What has happened to us? We need each other so badly yet as a society we have been forced to part. As I walk through the stores and malls I can see people on the verge of tears. It is there ,right there under the surface, as time goes on it is getting harder for people to hide their pain.

The pain of what we are becoming in this treasured nation is worn on our peoples faces. Many have lost homes, jobs, and most of all hope. Hopes definition is, the emotional state which promotes the belief in a positive outcome related to events and circumstances in one's life. How simple a definition can be said yet it's meaning is so vital to us all.

We are in the season of "hope'" it is more than time for hope to return to us. It is time to bring it back . We can have hope for a brighter future, to be more kind to each other, to help one another through this, and to ease each others pain if it is only with a glance and a smile of I understand, I am standing here with you.

We are a strong stubborn nation, built on a foundation of caring and taking care of each other. We can't let hope leave us.

On a Christmas morning long ago a baby was born into this world to bring us everlasting life. That was the beginning of hope. That was our salvation and our link to peace. The grouping of the words Faith, Hope, Love, Joy, Peace, are seen everywhere at this time of year.

I am sending you my wish that those words will not be words but an ointment to wash away your pain, your uncertainty of tomorrow and to send you my hope, that Faith, Hope, Love, Joy, and Peace, are part of your life each and everyday of the New Year.

Cyber Christmas Hugs,


Added by Diane ღ on Dec 16, 2011 8:48 PM

Diane ღ
Thanksgiving Day Blessings..
Thanksgiving as a kid we had Halloween, then Thanksgiving, and then Christmas it was like leading up to the Super Bowl. In Minnesota it was almost worth the Halloween snow storm that does not stop until May. You got three wonderful holidays and it ended with presents. How much better could it get?

I remember one year my Mom had slaved over 4 pumpkin pies. She wanted them to cool quickly so she put them out on a ledge that actually was a cooling ledge right out side the kitchen window. It took about a minute and a half for the squirrels to find it. They had a party. There was about 7 of them swimming in her pies. I remember her standing at the window just looking out. All of us came running to see what she was looking at.

Squirrels were throwing pumpkin pie at each other one was running back and forth to feed another squirrel who was too frightened to approach the window. You could hear the holiday bliss and squirrels almost singing through the window. Their little furry faces were orange and they were chewing as fast as they could. Two of them thought it would be a good idea to take one home and were trying to drag a pie off.

I remember it was just mayhem out that window. Here she was, with 5 little children standing with her watching us, watch her face. None of us giggled or moved or even were breathing for a few minutes as we all stood there.

What would she do? She had been making pies for 2 days. I kept thinking she is going to explode any second. She left the window, went over to the freezer and pulled out 2 store bought frozen pies. Put them on the counter and looked at us kids.

In a low deep voice she said, "who did you think I was baking those pies for? The squirrels have to have Thanksgiving too".

It was so funny, I remember her reaction was almost as funny as what was going on outside that window. We laughed and watched. She was just going to be alright with this even if it killed her.

For days there were squirrels with stained orange faces jumping around the yard and all she would say is....Well, I know which ones did it, and I will be watching for them come Christmas.

Now I look back on those precious days so differently. It is about being together and seeing your family. Some that only are able to come for holidays due to distance. It is about seeing that one or two family members that always leave you shaking your head. It is about the new life, the babies and kids that are living the Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas Super Bowl.

We all have our memories of those who have gone before, don't let those memories make you sad, keep them close to your heart because those memories are what keep them near to us, they live on, when we can smile and see the squirrels faces covered in pumpkin on a cold winters day.

May the Joy and Hope of Thanksgiving bring you into the Christmas season refreshed and ready to party on.

Cyber Hugs,


Added by Diane ღ on Nov 22, 2011 10:34 AM

Bonnie Sisson Manning
Package in the mail to you
I finally got a package in the mail to you. It's regarding the 1922 murder of Filmore Watt Daniel and Thomas Fletcher Richards. These two are also listed on the 2005 Senate Apology to the families of lynching victims.

Added by Bonnie Sisson Manning on Aug 06, 2011 1:43 PM

Rick Bryant
Thomas Gordon Phillips
Angela - great news. Someone just posted a photo of T.G. Phillips' marker (Lula Bryant Rakestraw's maternal grandfather.) They also posted a new photo of the cemetery. See the note from LW on my profile page.

Added by Rick Bryant on May 24, 2011 1:15 PM

RE: whaley- Bethlehem Methodist
Thanks for the info, I have linked them. I know that people really appreciate the photos.

Added by CJames on Apr 26, 2011 3:17 PM

thank you dear so much with all my heart for going out to the cemetery and taking the photo and adding it to the memorial of little beth cook. i really really appreciate it. and i just found that you had got the photo iam much appreciative. thank you sincerly melissa in southern indiana. clark co,. ind,. god bless always take care.

Added by M on Apr 26, 2011 1:43 PM


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