|John Shelton||RE: Sheltons-Marcum Cemetery|
Added by John Shelton on Sep 02, 2014 9:14 AM
|mmneff||RE: Ellen O. Jenkins|
Followup...I see that the Findagrave listing for Judson Cicero (102111790) lists Julia Dean as being J. C.'s second wife, though I am not sure of the source for this statement. Julia's confederate pension application lists them as having married in 1883. Let's continue discussion via email, but I believe I need to correct my earlier assumption that J. C. was only married once. Many thanks!
Added by mmneff on Aug 18, 2014 5:27 AM
|mmneff||RE: Ellen O. Jenkins|
To the best of my knowledge, Judson Cicero, 102111790, was only married once. He was likely a first cousin to Ellen, if Ellen's father Sterling was this JC's uncle (and I think so). Will pursue your suggestion that involves her brother having been a student in Waco.
Added by mmneff on Aug 17, 2014 8:17 PM
|mmneff||RE: Ellen O. Jenkins|
Thanks so much, Ellie. I had looked through the census records of her Jenkisn cousins without success but had not found that her brother Sterling was in Waco in 1870. I will go through the census records for her siblings. She also had a brother named Cicero Judson or Judson Cicero. Could he be the J. C.? If I can help with the Borders family, please let me know.
Added by mmneff on Aug 17, 2014 4:18 AM
|mmneff||Ellen O. Jenkins|
Ms. Naylor, were you ever able to find out why E. O. Jenkins was living in Texas when the rest of the family seemed to reside in Alabama? I work on the Texas Jenkins.
Added by mmneff on Aug 12, 2014 5:34 PM
|Rita Osborne||Memorial# 107120661|
Obituary is posted to Memorial# 107120661. I'll get the rest of the information added shortly. If there is anything else you would like added let me know. I did not look yet to see if you sent me edits. If you did. I'll check them shortly. If not I'll look up the information and post it.
Added by Rita Osborne on Jul 31, 2014 6:22 PM
|Danelia||Allen family tragedy|
It's apparent that something tragic happened to the mom and her two children. I was at the cemetery taking photos. Just to let you know the stone list her name as Catherine Allen with a C instead of a K. Sounds like you might know better but just thought I'd let you know.
Added by Danelia on Jul 26, 2014 9:59 AM
|Cemetery Girl||Borders Family Cemetery-Jackson County, Georgia|
I was wondering if you could give me directions to the Borders Family Cemetery? I will going up Hwy 441 from Athens. It would be much appreciated. Thanks, Nancy Bedell(firstname.lastname@example.org)
Added by Cemetery Girl on Jun 27, 2014 8:26 PM
|SLJ||RE: Dr. James Culberson Borders, Jr|
Hi again. James' fourth wife was Janie Richmond Smiley. She was born about 1886 and married second, Ernest Grover Parish. I have more info if you're interested. Also, I just found a Susan M Lampley the wife of James A Lampley on the 1900 census living in Louisville, Barbour, Alabama. Susan's birth date is May 1839. According to the census, they married about 1882. Sounds like she could be our person. I am sure I can find more. Let me know if you are interested.
Added by SLJ on Jun 20, 2014 9:58 PM
|SLJ||RE: Dr. James Culberson Borders|
Hi Ellie. Are you researching the Border line? I traced Susan through 1880 where she is 42 & living with son, James, but nothing after that. Definitely young enough to remarry. That lead/clue is something I will definitely check out. Thanks!!
Added by SLJ on Jun 20, 2014 9:29 PM
Found the proof I needed, it supports our family records. I have the names linked and additional information supplied.
Added by SLJ on Jun 18, 2014 7:21 PM
|SLJ||Dr. James Culberson Borders|
Greetings! Thanks for the update/link for Hattie B Herron to Dr. James Culberson Borders. I hope you don't mind if I don't link them as this time. The reason being is that while Hattie was married to a Dr. James Culberson Borders, our family records show it to be his son. Its something that I've tried to prove or disprove but no success yet. My aunt said that she (Hattie Herron) was married to Dr. James Culberson Borders, II and that he had 4 wives.
I know it looks strange, as Hattie is several years older than James Culberson Borders, II
If you know this to be an error please let me know and I'd be more than happy to correct the info. My aunt was well into her 80's when she gave me this info.
Thanks so much,
Added by SLJ on Jun 18, 2014 6:32 PM
Thank you! :)
Added by 80sbaby on Jun 06, 2014 5:38 AM
#92630119 Lester Morris is my Grandfather and I was wondering if You would be so kind transfer him over to me. Please & Thank You
Added by 80sbaby on May 30, 2014 12:27 PM
|Sharon McGill||name spelling for Vivian Volkmann|
Vivian's last name should be spelled with 2 n's as her husband's is--Volkmann
Added by Sharon McGill on May 10, 2014 7:33 PM
|Sara Cobb||Logan family gravestones|
I'm wondering if if would be okay if I post a few of your gravestone photos on my online family tree, as long as I give you photo credit and link to F.A.G. If not, I understand. It never hurts to ask!
Added by Sara Cobb on May 09, 2014 11:40 PM
|P Scott||Lois Lisenby marker photo|
Hello, thanks so much for adding the recent photo of the grave of Lois Lisenby. I know life gets hectic, and its a bit of work to get that done. Again, Thank You!
Added by P Scott on May 07, 2014 10:59 AM
|mfb59Margaret Bagwell||Borders Family|
I have the WALKER COUNTY GEORGIA HERITAGE 1833-1983 book with Edmund C Borders Family information. Do you need it?
Added by mfb59Margaret Bagwell on Apr 30, 2014 9:50 PM
|mfb59Margaret Bagwell||RE: Oaklawn Cem-Andrew/Bonnell/Grace Borders|
Joseph Roberson married Mary Murrimoth BOMAR who is a sister to my great grandmother, Frances Ellen Bomar. She married my great grandfather, Francis Alvin McWilliams.(Walker County, Georgia)
My mother was a McWilliams and married a Freeman (Anderson County, SC)
Glad to hear from you.
Added by mfb59Margaret Bagwell on Apr 30, 2014 9:38 PM
|mfb59Margaret Bagwell||Oak Lawn Cemetery-Borders|
Thank you for the pictures. They are relatives from Spencer Bomar and Mary Jane McWilliams who were my great-great grandparents.
Added by mfb59Margaret Bagwell on Apr 28, 2014 5:59 PM
|Melanie Borders J.||Borders Cemetery Location|
Does anyone know how we can see the Borders Cemetery in Commerce, Georgia? I am a descendant of Michael Borders, then John Borders, Abner J. H. Borders, John V. Borders and so on. I was headed to Commerce soon to take a look at what information that I could gather from their library and then came upon the Borders' Cemetery in Commerce. However, I noticed it was on private property. Thank you in advance for any information!
Added by Melanie Borders J. on Mar 07, 2014 9:50 PM
|Jim Barry||RE: CT & Georgia Borders Nash|
I am glad you sent me this message. I am assuming that this was Georgia's grave stone. The other person on the stone was C.T. Nash (husband?) born in 1837 and died in 1910. It looks like the wife G. Nash was never buried there as there is no date or a foot stone in place as with the husbands side of the grave.
When I go back, I will look at the remaining cemetery to see if she was buried elsewhere in the cemetery. It is a very large cemetery with over 2,500 stones in it.
Added by Jim Barry on Feb 11, 2014 9:32 AM
|Phil Cushman||RE: Harmons Smith|
Thanks. I appreciate that.
Added by Phil Cushman on Feb 09, 2014 9:05 PM
|Phil Cushman||Harmons Smith|
Harmons Smith in Marcum Cemetery is listed as husband of Rhoda Smith. In fact, Rhoda Smith's husband was a different Harmon Smith who is buried in Smith Cemetery in McCreary County, KY http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Smith&GSfn=Harmon&GSby=1865&GSbyrel=in&GSdy=1938&GSdyrel=in&GSst=19&GScnty=1062&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=42297207&df=all&. Rhoda is buried not far away in Kidd Cemetery. (They were living with different families at the times of their deaths). This is one of those confusing Smith-Smith families and both Harmon Smiths are related to me. The one in Marcum Cemetery is my maternal great grand uncle while the one in Smith Cemetery is my paternal great grandfather. I have no further info on the one in Marcum Cemetery except that his father was William Smith, his mother was Jane Eliza Hammock and his brother Emberson was married to Mary Jane Stephens. Emberson and Mary Jane were my maternal great grandparents. I hope that isn't too confusing. It certainly has been to me trying to sort out who was who.
Added by Phil Cushman on Feb 08, 2014 11:17 PM
|mike reeves||Rev. S G. & S. A. Borders Jenkins Family links|
Completed links requested on the four family members requested and will be transferring same to your care, should have included them w/the Sarah Ann Borders Jenkins memorial back in July...y'all being family and all !
Added by mike reeves on Feb 04, 2014 4:28 PM