|John C||Robert Wallace|
This grave is unmarked. I do have photos of the plot if you are interested. If you are, I will be glad to send them to you.
Added by John C on Nov 04, 2013 12:18 PM
|Bill Hazard||RE: James Fullerton #40486369|
Your name sounds familiar. Have we discussed the Fullertons before? My memory is not good. I have the obituary--somewhere--though I can't seem to find it at the moment. Even if I have to go and copy it again, I will get it sent to you.
Added by Bill Hazard on Sep 28, 2013 12:17 PM
|Heartland Volunteer||Fullerton Family Inquiry|
Christina Fullerton F-A-G # 106684328
William Banks Fullerton F-A-G # 25696616
I am not sure if we've communicated before or not, but I too am related to William and Christina. Their son Robert ad his wife Tennessee Cooper, are the parents of my maternal grandmother Laura Fullerton Kirby.
I would be glad to share family information with you. Do you have an Ancestry.com family tree? I do if you are interested. I like to involve any & all family members in order to receive input... I always want to know if what I have is in question and then I love to receive NEW information and especially photos or documents!
I would love to hear from you
Added by Heartland Volunteer on Apr 17, 2013 3:38 PM
|Sue and Doug||RE: W. B. Fullerton|
If you want to send your email address to email@example.com, I will send you an invitation to my Ancestry Tree. We can then compare notes.
I will be out of town working the next couple of days, so I may not be able to get back to you until the end of the week.
Added by Sue and Doug on Mar 18, 2013 7:40 PM
|Sue and Doug||RE: W. B. Fullerton|
I'm related through the Bryant's. How are you related?
Added by Sue and Doug on Mar 17, 2013 7:38 PM
|Sue and Doug||W. B. Fullerton|
Connected him to his parents! Wow, W. B. Fullerton is also my g. g. g. grandfather! Nice finding another relative!!
Added by Sue and Doug on Mar 15, 2013 5:30 PM
have your mom call me, if she doesn't have my number any more, email me at zoeation1 at gmail dot com
Blessings and Much Love to you and yours
Added by Zoeangel on Jan 28, 2013 6:28 AM
|Bill Hazard||James and Feliciana Fullerton grave photos|
I took photos of what I believe to be the grave sites for James and Feliciana. Unfortunately, the graves have no stones or name markers. I will try to do more research on this for you and will retake photos as the cemetery greens up a little!
Added by Bill Hazard on Mar 25, 2012 9:33 PM
|Casey Winningham||RE: Fullerton Family|
You are most welcome. :)
Added by Casey Winningham on Feb 08, 2012 7:23 PM
|Mary Humble||distant cousin?|
My Father was named Sam Fullerton McClure. His grandmother was Sarah Fullerton McClure, Her father was William Banks Fullerton From Spring Hill, Texas, originally from McDonald County MO. They came in a covered wagon train with all women during the civil war when she was a young girl. They were held in a stockade with dead horses and Indians by the north and accused of being spies before being released and continuing the trip. She raised Mamie Bryant Roberts daughter of Mary Fullerton Bryan after her mother died in child birth. I have been to the grave site of Christiana Ritter on private property at Spring Hill at the old home place in Lamar County. I found this site, looking for relatives of Mamie Roberts as they all appeared to get lost from our family.
Added by Mary Humble on Nov 22, 2011 8:22 PM
|Lynne Willis||Jennie Scoggins|
Hi, I have claimed the grave site of Jennie Scoggins. I went yesterday and I wanted to ask you are you absolutely sure of the birth and death dates? and who are some of the other people who would be buried in the plots beside her? Her stone has obviously been placed where there was an unmarked grave and here is the problems I encountered: 1. The name on the stone for her and the others added later is Scroggins, yet the stones beside her that were placed at the time of the death of the person have Scoggins on them. 2. The dates on the stone that reads Jennie Scroggins has the birth date as 1851 and her death date as 1924 making the birth date off 1 year and the death date off 4 years. I really feel like this is your person but before I uploaded the picture I wanted to make sure you wanted me to. If you need to do some more research for her I will just hold the picture until you give me the OK. Just let me know what you think. There's also the possibility that when a stone is placed a long time after the death, as that one was that the person who placed it there had wrong information. Or yours could be in error. Do you have sources for your information? You might want to check the Alabama Deaths on Ancestry.com. Since she died in the 1920's there should be a death certificate for her and you could find the dates it has for her birth and death. Looking forward to hearing from you.
Added by Lynne Willis on Jul 09, 2011 7:11 AM
|George Rogers Park||RE: Thomas W. Roberts|
as it turns out I am related to both the husband and wife.
the Rogers roots run deep in North Carolina and this family, in particular, has grown in GREAT abundance.
I have worked the family tree for over 30 years and have focused, on and off, at least 20 of those years on the Rogers. I have many, many tens of thousands of Rogers in my files.
Added by George Rogers Park on Dec 04, 2009 12:08 AM
|George Rogers Park||zenie Roberts|
is there a listing for Thomas Roberts wife Zenie at West Hill Cemetery?
Added by George Rogers Park on Nov 12, 2009 6:29 PM
|George Rogers Park||Thomas Weston Roberts|
West Hill Cemetery
please add link to parents:
Sara Rogers Roberts - 42952838
William V Roberts - 42952817
Added by George Rogers Park on Nov 12, 2009 6:27 PM