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Don Cox (#47103890)
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Max Brown
Cora Brown
Her name and husbands are on back of the large stone with other Brown names on front.

Added by Max Brown on May 10, 2011 1:54 PM

scott carpenter
RE: The Browns
I'm glad it helped.

Added by scott carpenter on Apr 06, 2011 10:12 AM

Bobby Merritt
Rosie Lee Cox Stinnett
Don, Rosie Lee Cox married Samuel Edward Stinnett about 1950. She was his second wife. They had no children together. That is about all I have on her. My wife is Samuel's Great Granddaughter. I think I have a picture of her if anyone wants it. Bob Merritt (bmerritt@hot.rr.com)

Added by Bobby Merritt on Mar 27, 2011 8:06 AM

Granville & Patricia Murphy
RE: Ellan (Stalcup) Silman
Glad to help. My wife has relatives buried there and we already knew where the graves were.

Added by Granville & Patricia Murp... on Mar 14, 2011 7:35 AM

searcher
RE: Rosie Lee Stinnett
I do not even have her in my data base, I came across the death information but cpuld not figure who she was married to, So I put it on Find A Grave in case somebody knew she was. And you right sometime I try to back tract some of those from TN after the Civil War and they vanisged for 20 or 30 years at a time. Sorry if I every find more on her I add it. I have some spare time so maybe i can do a little more work on it I hate to have loose people, There alwasy the possibkth that she can up from TN in her old age and never really livered in TX with her family. Cathy

Added by searcher on Mar 13, 2011 6:13 PM

Jerry Elmore
RE: Cherry (Shelly) Cowan
The best that I could determine from the broken headstone for Cherry Cowan is that she was born June 27, 1845, and died Dec. 23, 1915. The headstone was broken at the died section. Hope this helps. Love To All, Jerry

Added by Jerry Elmore on Mar 05, 2011 1:41 PM

Billy Harvel
RE: Andy & Callie Foster
Glad to help and...War Eagle!!!

Added by Billy Harvel on Jan 30, 2011 5:20 PM

TJ Norman-Vacha
RE: Albert Foster
My pleasure! glad that I had the photo!! I took the photo in November 2009. The Gibsonville Cemetery is on the property of my gggg-grandfather (Gibson family of course). It was established in 1858, the year that my gggg-grandfather died. Obviously several members of my family are buried there and this cemetery is very important to me. The Gibsons were married to Fosters (my great-aunt was married to an Olie Foster (son of Ira Franklin Foster and granson of John Wiley Foster) and my great-uncle, William Louis Gibson was married to Rosa Bell Foster (granddaughter of Albert Perry Foster)). Gibsons were also married to Lovell family (my ggg-aunt Usula Gibson married Thomas Lovell, moving to Giles County from Allen County, KY in the early 1800s) -- SO --- I saw your family's stone --& couldn't help but believe there is a connection within my family tree. I also posted the photo to the record in the cemetery here at findagrave.com. I am new to the site - but love it! best regards, tJ

Added by TJ Norman-Vacha on Jan 19, 2011 8:16 PM

Robert Heinsch
Thigpen Graves, Bay Springs Cemetery, Jasper County, MS
While fulfilling your request for Ben Thigpen, I noticed his wife Susana (1855-1916) beside him. I photographed her headstone and added the pictures to her memorial page. --Bob

Added by Robert Heinsch on Dec 15, 2010 7:12 PM

Steve Voss
RE: Foster
You are most welcome ! It's always a pleasure to take photos & obtain information for others.

Added by Steve Voss on Dec 05, 2010 4:28 PM

William Anthony Watkins
RE: Thanks Mr. Watkins !!
Don I enjoy helping others and visiting the different cemeteries in the county. Who are you going to be pulling for in the national Championship game? Oregon or Auburn

Added by William Anthony Watkins on Dec 04, 2010 7:52 PM

David Snow
RE: Hall family of Cokes Cemetery
Don

I've posted the Hall pics I took at Clay Memorial, Cuba, Sumter Co, AL. Another probable Hall is Maggie Hall Liggett.

Dave

Added by David Snow on Nov 30, 2010 8:58 PM

David Snow
RE: Wallaces of Cokes Chapel Cemetery
Don

I'm not sure where they would be buried either given the earlier dates of some. Keep in mind that this area was Choctaw Indian Territory until ceded by the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek 9/27/1830. Sumter Co was formed from part of this territory in Dec 1832. I doubt the ones with dod before are buried here. They are probably east of the Tombigbee River. Possibly the others are here if their dod death, like Archibalds are later. We may know more when I uncover the markers.

Dave

Added by David Snow on Nov 24, 2010 7:51 PM

David Snow
RE: Hall family of Cokes Cemetery
Don

You're quite welcome! I usually will take pics of folks with the same surname in an area. Usually find I should have when I'm out looking for myself and figure others are the same. I noticed what I think are a couple markers with the name Hall on them in a row of Wallaces. Several of the Wallace and the ones I think are Halls are smaller and fallen over and mostly covered. I plan to see who they are next time I feel up to uncovering them. I haven't seen them on anyone's inventory, so who knows.

I did take pics of a few Hall monuments at Clay Memorial in Cuba, Sumter Co, AL, 7-8 miles northwest of Cokes Chapel. I was up there yesterday trying to find another list of requests and was near them one of the times the sun came out of the clouds. I'll let you know when they're posted.

Enjoy!
Dave

Added by David Snow on Nov 23, 2010 3:32 PM

Beth
RE: Amos & Mary Bartlow
You are most welcome!

Added by Beth on Jun 01, 2010 8:39 AM

Nancy & Russell Jones
RE: Glover tombstones
You are very welcome. If there are others you need in my area, just let me know.
Nancy

Added by Nancy & Russell Jones on Apr 08, 2010 8:59 AM

Derek
RE: Joseph Forest LeMay
Hey Don,

I have corrected the birth date to read 1869 instead of 1889 based on the picture. I believe that I made this entry based on some cemetery records, so undoubtedly whoever made those records confused the "6" for an "8". Thanks for noticing this mistake and I am glad that I was able to help you in your research.

Best regards,
Derek

Added by Derek on Apr 05, 2010 8:44 PM

Ross & Gayle Smith
RE: Holden Tombstone Photos
You are very welcome. I listed a few Holden memorials that were in Oak Grove cemetery that were not in Find A Grave. Let us know if you ever need anything else this way.

Added by Ross & Gayle Smith on Apr 04, 2010 7:02 AM

Derek
RE: Joseph Forest LeMay
Hi Don,

After searching my Find A Grave memorials, I cannot find any memorial for Joseph Lemay. Could you please elaborate on which memorial you are referring to, and possibly provide a link? Good luck on your research.

Best regards,
Derek

Added by Derek on Apr 03, 2010 6:44 PM

Jackie & Ralph
Fisher at Door Village
Hi Don,
You are so very welcome.

Jackie & Ralph
Sorry, I pushed the wrong key.

Added by Jackie & Ralph on Mar 25, 2010 8:51 PM

Jackie & Ralph
Fisher at Door Village

Added by Jackie & Ralph on Mar 25, 2010 8:48 PM

Maria F Cotner
RE: Ross Floyd Colvin
your very welcome I loved helping out people it makes me feel good . Next time I wanted to bring flowers for him. I feel bad last time I didn't have any. I need to add my late older brother on here . He passed away at the age of 39 in 2004. It;s still hard on my mother she's in her 70's now . She's misses him lots too. Have a great week my friend :)

Added by Maria F Cotner on Mar 24, 2010 10:50 AM

Janet Eubanks
RE: Alfred Griffin Cowart
I was glad to do it for you. I have a couple more shots of the monument. I can send them to you if you wish.

Janet

Added by Janet Eubanks on Dec 06, 2009 3:33 PM

Sarah Latham White
John N. Latham
I just wanted to thank you for posting the picture of John N. Latham's headstone. He was my great grandfather's grandfather!

Thank you!

Sarah Latham White
Commerce, Texas

Added by Sarah Latham White on Jul 28, 2009 1:20 PM

Robin
RE: John Coleman
You are welcome.
Yes I did have cut the dirt and grass away, but that wasn't a problem. No since in taking a headstone photo if you can't see the stone or read what is on it.

Added by Robin on Jul 14, 2009 7:09 PM

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