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Rick Bryant (#47139465)
 member for 5 years, 4 months, 11 days
scarlett gypsy
Thanks Rick. I am still searching for Houston Alferd (or Alford) Bryant. He was in TN and left going to Texas according to family stories. I'll look through your Bryants and see if anything rings a bell.
Thanks again

Added by scarlett gypsy on Oct 14, 2014 5:55 PM

scarlett gypsy
Looking for Houston Alferd (or Alford Houston) Bryant, married Mary Blanton, lived in Mississippi and Henderson or Carroll Counties in Tennessee. I think your Bryant family may be connected to mine.
Thank you,
Cynthia Gilliam

Added by scarlett gypsy on Sep 23, 2014 3:53 PM

Max Bryant
Bryant Family Lines
I would like to contact you directly about the two Bryant lines of our family.
Max L. Bryant

Added by Max Bryant on May 19, 2014 12:42 PM

Jean Bower
Googe Prather @ Baldwyn Masonic
Thanks for the information; I've updated his memorial. Please feel free to add photo, too.

Thanks again, Jean

Added by Jean Bower on Apr 23, 2014 4:55 PM

RE: Frank Devan
Thank you and ok. :) If you find any you want transferred, just let me know.
Have a great afternoon.

Added by Rhonda on Mar 20, 2014 2:04 PM

RE: Frank Devan
I try to stay on top of things. You're welcome. Let me know if you see anything further.
Are you related? Happy to transfer if you are.

Added by Rhonda on Mar 20, 2014 1:06 PM

RE: Frank Devan

Thanks. I went in and hit ok so it should correct soon.

Added by Rhonda on Mar 20, 2014 12:08 PM

Kathy Miller
Felix H. Hadsell
Thank you for providing the biographical link pertaining to Felix H. Hadsell buried at Riverview Cemetery, Belmont County, Ohio. I have added the link, full biographical content, as well as credit to the author, Dennis Brooke, to the Find A Grave Memorial.

Added by Kathy Miller on Feb 19, 2014 11:01 AM

Jewels Verne
RE: Bowlin Bryant
I have not forgotten about your post. I was trying to catch a moment to collect my thoughts and further verify with relatives. My mother was close with Corilla Penn Bryant who was the daughter of Bolton Robert "Bobo" Bryant and Sophia Henry. Bobo seemed to be the combination of both Bolton and Robert. Both Bolton and Robert seem to be family names passed down here and there. B. B. had a brother Sam with the middle name Bolton then Sam had a son and name him Forrest Boldin. B. B.'s son James had a daughter with the middle initial of B. Daughter Addie had a daughter with the middle initial of B. When it gets closer to me it seems that the names Robert "Bob" and Burnett seem to be family names and this is the best that my elderly mother can tell me. I hope this helps.

Added by Jewels Verne on Jan 19, 2014 3:53 PM

Ann Davis
Scatter Branch Cemetery

I live in adjoining county of Hunt County and trying to locate cemetery location.

I did find this link which gives name of BRYANT, "Elizabeth P., wife of B., 5-21-1841-2-24-1905" but it appears to be his date of birth & death ?? but his name is not on this page. Her name is near the bottom of the page. Have you seen this?

Added by Ann Davis on Dec 13, 2013 8:10 AM

Ann Davis
RE: James Wood father of Elizabeth
This is the James Wood family!!

I mis-read your message entirely and thank you,
you did give me the memorial in the first message

Thank you for the contact

Added by Ann Davis on Dec 13, 2013 7:51 AM

Ann Davis
RE: James Wood father of Elizabeth
Would you mind contacting me from the exact memorial thru the EDIT button so that I have the correct one?

You did not give the memorial number from the page.

Thank you kindly


Added by Ann Davis on Dec 13, 2013 6:56 AM

RE: Hines Family Cemetery
you are so very welcome
i have pictures of every marker in the cemetery if u need any more

Added by Jenni on Oct 24, 2013 3:32 PM

Ted Bryant
RE: William & Delilah Bryant
I have no additional information to answer your questions.

When I was trying to identify the cemeteries of my ancestors who lived in Alabama and also South Carolina I used the elimination process. That is I know where many of my ancestors lived and where many were buried.

I identified as many cemeteries as possible and simply eliminated those that I received no hits.

In some cases I talked with some of elderly family members who at time recalled something about their distant ancestors and where they believed they were buried.

I know that some cemeteries do not always have a list of burials.

Added by Ted Bryant on Oct 23, 2013 2:43 PM

Ted Bryant
RE: William & Delilah Bryant
I have no information about the Headstone.

Added by Ted Bryant on Oct 23, 2013 6:32 AM

Danella W.
RE: Sally Hines
Hi Rick,
I wish I had thought to tell you about that census! It would have saved you some time & effort! My goal has been to have all the Hines headstones photographed/documented, then correlated with what documented information is available. I am guessing that many of the Hines Find-a-Grave memorial pages were created originally with info created in 2002 that can be found on Genforum. While most of the info is accurate, there are some incorrect dates, duplications of names, misspellings,etc.

Thank you for straightening things out!

Added by Danella W. on Oct 15, 2013 9:31 PM

Danella W.
Sally Hines
Hi Rick,
Thank you for creating the page for Sally S. Hines.

In researching the Hines family, I ran across a problem with memorial page #37477928 for SALLY HINES who is buried in the old Hines Cemetery in Benton Cemetery in Mississippi.

The photo of her headstone shows her death date as "16 Sept 1851" NOT "16 Dec 1861" as on the page.

Her stone gives her age at death as 73 which would make her birth year about 1778 NOT 1788 given on the page.

Reading that you are into genealogy, I feel that you would want to correct this so others don't copy & carry on these mistakes!! Thank you for all the hard work & time you have put into Find-a-Grave. It is a fantastic resource!

Added by Danella W. on Oct 13, 2013 2:33 PM

James Elbert Patrick #28538780
Hi Rick,
Thanks so much for the link to Nancy (Oakes) Naremore's first husband. I've link them & also sent a "request" to the caretaker of James' memorial asking her to add his middle name, date & place of birth. Thanks so much for doing your military research...I find it fascinating!

Added by Cheri on Sep 17, 2013 2:41 PM

Mark Kleypas
Frances Bryant Allison
Thanks for the information; I've added the link to her father. Mark Kleypas

Added by Mark Kleypas on Aug 28, 2013 2:31 PM

Abby Streight Birdwell
Bryant help
Another thought: if you do not receive any help on James's father's memorial, let me know and I may be able to help you further. Just send me an email through the edit tab on James Bryant's memorial. Abby

Added by Abby Streight Birdwell on Aug 20, 2013 8:41 PM

Abby Streight Birdwell
Bryant-Spring Creek
Rick: if you will send me your email through the SAC - I don't want to give you mine on a public message, I will be glad to send you a copy of the death certificate that Linda Huff found. The name does appear to be Louis - BUT, it is written over, and you may make it out differently. See what you think.

Added by Abby Streight Birdwell on Aug 20, 2013 8:35 PM

Earth Angel
Sarah Stover/oy Cemetery
Her name was on the cemetery survey list.
Send me your e-mail

Added by Earth Angel on Aug 12, 2013 4:17 PM

Peggy Hill
Thank You
Thank you for the additional information on Patsy Hawkims Creely Ledbetter. Peggy

Added by Peggy Hill on Apr 25, 2013 10:58 AM

Jayanna Dotson
RE: Samuel Young
The Samuel Young you found is indeed my Samuels Uncle. That Samuel was born in 1907 and I have tons of information on him. Just nothing on my Samuel. Maybe everything that is to me known about my Samuel, Louisa and Thomas J took with them to their graves. I would just like to lay flowers on his grave wherever that may be before I go to my own. He is my big mystery in the family tree. I appreciate your help.


Added by Jayanna Dotson on Apr 16, 2013 8:22 PM

Jayanna Dotson
RE: Samuel Young
I believe he was born in Georgia around 1837. In 1860 he was living in Randolph County Alabama. I have spoken with Montgomery Alabama and they have no record of him joining in Alabama. I'm not sure what state he joined in or if he was just a citizen and went to help out and joined the nearest brigade. There are a lot of unanswered questions. As far as I know Louisa Benefield Young never filed for his pension and shortly after the end of the war she married Harvey Hester.


Added by Jayanna Dotson on Apr 15, 2013 8:16 PM


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