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Dianna Albertson (#47151422)
 member for 7 years, 2 months, 20 days
Beverly Myers
Thank you for the photo of the above-referenced subject's tombstone. She is my great-great-grandmother. I guess that her husband Samuel Joseph Robertson does not have a tombstone as he is buried in Decatur Cemetery also.

Would you mind if I use your photo on my family history sheet?

Again, thank you for posting photographs of cemeteries.

Added by Beverly Myers on May 02, 2015 5:43 PM

K.B. Smith
Yes, you're welcome to use the photos of the Brutons on your family tree. Thank you for the courtesy of asking.

Added by K.B. Smith on Mar 30, 2015 9:22 PM

Bobbye Varner
19 Feb 2015
Hi, I wrote to you in Jan., did you not get the note? Should I try your contributor page? Here is my previous message: Sorry you have duplicated my memorial on this person. I put mine on in 2010 and think Memorial Park was also known as Union Cem. Hence my date base had Union Cem. and have noticed the cem. name? change so have changed them. Hopefully all of them, but I may have missed one. I have now corrected my data base. Would you please delete your duplicate? Thanks and for all the work you do at Findagrave. Bobbye Varner
(P.S. have sent this via the edit button on the memorial, also)

Added by Bobbye Varner on Feb 19, 2015 5:03 PM

Helen Lewis
memorial 39646862
Would you mind correcting the name to just Samuel Jones? There is no record of his name as James Samuel Jones. Thanks so much!

Added by Helen Lewis on Jul 06, 2014 7:08 AM

Helen Lewis
Hi Dianna. Thanks so much for all of your hard work. The above memorial is a duplicate of another you have added. Would you mind removing this one?

Added by Helen Lewis on Oct 26, 2013 8:22 AM

Beverly Myers
Dianna, thank you so much for the photo of Fluerna's tombstone ... the Robertson family called her Elizabeth (her first name) and the McMullan's called her Fluerna. I suppose the
McMullan's did not put up a marker for Samuel (and I don't know of any other Robertson's around except their children ... ) but I will check with a cousin who has been to the Decatur Cemetery to see if he found Samuel's gravesite.
Again, thank you for your time and efforts in locating these gravesites. I apologize for taking so long in responding .. last year was not a good year physically for me ... this one is, so far, much better.
Beverly Myers & Family

Added by Beverly Myers on Jun 17, 2013 11:31 PM

Memorial 39644407
Arkansas Ganey Kelley
Can you please add her maiden name.
She is the daughter of
Corley Pendelton Ganey and Sarah Jane Wilkinson

Added by DFoley on Apr 18, 2013 10:39 AM

NP Dianna

Added by MississippiBelle on Jun 29, 2012 3:59 PM

David Sanders
Hello Dianna

I seen you left flowers on "nancy sanders" grave. By some miracle I found out I am related to many Sanders family in Monroe and nancy is one ot them. Thanks for leaving flowers. I plan to visit the area tomorrow. Also related to David Alexander Sanders. My name too.

Thanks again

Added by David Sanders on Jan 30, 2012 9:21 PM

Jennifer Watts
John Albertson
Hi Dianna,

I am hoping you can help me solve this mystery. My ancestor is John Albertson born probably in Overton, but living in Fentress in 1840. Moved with his family to Ray County, MO. His wife is Mary Ann and his daughter Martha E. Albertson married Sanford Gorham. Do you have a listing of this John's parentage? I am thinking it might by Early and Elizabeth...just wondering.

Thanks for all the great photos and posts!

Jennifer Watts

Added by Jennifer Watts on May 06, 2011 11:27 PM

Dianna,that's no problem and just stating that there must have been a typo on that C.S.A headstone. The Wedgeworths are part of my family and being a part history buff.......have Christoper C. (C.C.) and brothers war records and there was no Co. H,67 MS Inf.,CSA......they are were in CO. H, 37th MS Inf.,CSA. Thank you for entering Christopher C. (C.C.) Wedgeworth on Find A Grave and that headstone inscription is wrong with his unit number:)

Added by MississippiBelle on May 25, 2010 6:57 PM

Phyllis June "Miller" Johnson
James Cummins
Can you verify that he was called "chicken' Cummins because he raised fighting chickens? It makes sense.

Added by Phyllis June "Miller" Jo... on May 19, 2010 7:56 PM

Phyllis June "Miller" Johnson
RE: Resa Cummins
I would LOVE to sort it out too. The death record was not a death certificate, but rather recorded in a book. I have a copy of the page, 'I think'. I will try to find that and send it to you. As I recall it looked like Reed, but poor penmanship could easily confuse us. Since you remember seeing it in the family bible yours could be right. I just wouldn't know. Do you have a copy of that page? Thanks for sharing your line. It is all so interesting. I sure hope I can find that record.

Added by Phyllis June "Miller" Jo... on May 19, 2010 7:54 PM

Phyllis June "Miller" Johnson
Resa Cummins
Which one of her children do you descend from. Just curious. My Ancester is Caleb "Judd" Cummins who married Lydia Brown.

Added by Phyllis June "Miller" Jo... on May 18, 2010 2:43 PM

Phyllis June "Miller" Johnson
RE: Resa Cummins
Her Parents names are Jeannie and John Reed. The name isn't clear on the death record, but it appears to be Reed and not Reece. Resa and James were married in 1826. I can't just now remember where I got the information of their marriage year.

Added by Phyllis June "Miller" Jo... on May 18, 2010 2:42 PM

Phyllis June "Miller" Johnson
RE: Resa Cummins
What I know about her is pretty much summed up on the memorial. I know she died of heart disease and her parents name was probably Reed. I'm sorry to be so long responding. Did you have any specific questions?

Added by Phyllis June "Miller" Jo... on May 18, 2010 2:34 PM

C.C. Wedgeworth
Hello, Dianna,I noticed on the Leaf River Baptist Church Cemetery page that you had C.C. Wedgeworth listed. "C.C." = Christoper Columbus.
Christoper C. Wedgeworth last unit was Company H of the 37th Mississippi Infantry
(M 232 roll 43) there must have been a "typo" on that headstone because there's no "67" MS Infantry CSA unit. He mustered in CSA service (with brothers W.S. & J.A.) in Company I of the 20th MS Infantry which later on during the war consolidated into the 37th MS Infantry.

Added by MississippiBelle on May 08, 2010 8:53 AM

Phyllis June "Miller" Johnson
Resa Cummins
I saw you cyber flowers and your interest in learning more about Resa Cummins. Are you direct descendant? She is my GGG Grandmother.

Added by Phyllis June "Miller" Jo... on Apr 20, 2010 7:29 PM

Thank you Dianna
Mary in VA

Added by MARY on Jul 19, 2009 7:07 PM


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