|Devas daughter||RE: Kopperl Cemetery|
It was my please to add the picture of Thomas Brooks Willingham. No doubt the Willinghams were plentiful and a great asset to Texas.
Added by Devas daughter on May 22, 2013 7:33 AM
Thank you for the kind words. If ever I may need assistance, I'm sure I can count on you. Have a great day! :)
Added by FCBrooks2 on Apr 22, 2013 12:09 PM
Hey Cindy, I can't thank you enough for the kind words. Folks, like you, help make it all worthwhile. You have so much history in your family. I can only imagine the pride you feel. We all have to try and keep the memory of these brave men from fading. It's truly the very least we can do in exchange for what they did.
Added by Hutch on Mar 26, 2013 8:16 AM
|Hummingbird Haven||Sanders Family|
Thank you SO MUCH for your willingness to help me get the records corrected for some of the Sanders family. I really appreciate the work you do. If you have any information that you can share regarding them I would be grateful. Also, if there is ever any way I can be of assistance to you PLEASE just let me know.
Added by Hummingbird Haven on Mar 08, 2013 4:01 PM
|Ron Walker||Americus E. Wallker|
Thank you for posting the biographical info on A.E. Walker, who was my great grandfather's (George W. Walker) brother. Most of our family lives in Georgia, and I was surprised that A.E. Walker moved to Mississippi. I have been researching info about Elisha's 9 children and was wondering where you found your info about A.E.W.'s genealogy. G.W. Walker was a Civil War veteran who had 13 children and died in 1917. Any help you can provide will be appreciated
Added by Ron Walker on Mar 06, 2013 3:32 PM
|Keith Giddeon||RE: William Powell|
The Powell Cemetery is surrounded by an iron fence and can only hold about 5-6 burials. To date, I am only sure of W.N. Powell's burial. I know that the cemetery is full, based upon my grandfather's stories. He knew who was there and in which order. However, there are no markers.
I believe W.N's second wife, Annie, may have been buried there, but haven't been able to find her obituary yet.
Feel free to create the Powell Cemetery, and to use any of my photos.
At Google Maps https://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&tab=wl
Type this in the search bar and you'll find the exact location of the cemetery:
Added by Keith Giddeon on Nov 27, 2012 7:12 PM
|Anna McElroy||RE: Mt. Harmony|
Thank you Cindy. My Husband Eugene's mother Sarah Donehoo Hendrix was the sister of Iva Belle Donehoo Souter.Joe Sr and Alvin Souter painted Eugene's jeep.Eugene said they did a beautiful job. On 1940 census April 1st Joe was a little over a month old. Joe Sr was a painter. Our daughter Patti was D J at WGTO Radio in Winter Haven, Fl and Centell T V. Joe took her to Lowery Music Group in 1984. He gave Patti and I a tape and an autograph. Patti always played Joe's songs. Thank you for caring and posting such a nice memorial on Joe. Anna
Added by Anna McElroy on Sep 13, 2012 5:52 PM
|Anna McElroy||RE: Joe South|
Happy to post the pictures. Joe South and The Believers were given to us from Joe's Grandmother Iva Belle Donehoo Souter. I have a picture of Joe's parents taken when our Daughter Patti and I went to their house I think in 84. Sincerely, Anna
Added by Anna McElroy on Sep 13, 2012 2:18 PM
|George Seitz||Compliments from Virginia|
Thank you so much for your kindness. This site is so useful. I hope the enjoyment I derive is evident in my contribution. To have others appreciate that is a thing I never expected. Thank you again, I'm humbled. Keep up your wonderful work.
Added by George Seitz on Jul 30, 2012 6:34 AM
Hi, Dixie. Thanks for stopping by to say hello. It's always nice to hear from fellow Georgians. God bless you and yours. :)
Added by CoastGuardMedic on Jul 28, 2012 10:36 PM
|Sandy Lyle||Message from your son|
Your son gave me your sweet note. Thanks so much for the kind words. I really appreciate it. He told me how much you love genealogy and I can see that from your work. I'm hooked on it too! Maybe we will meet one day. Keep in touch. I saved you as a friend on Find A Grave so I can find you again. Sandy Lyle Rakestraw
Added by Sandy Lyle on Jul 24, 2012 10:49 AM
|Jean Ferguson||Alban Willingham,my gr-gr grandfather|
WHAT AN AMAZING amount of work you have done! Thank you.
In my Willingham research, I have hit a brick wall four generations removed from my generation.
Gr-gr grandfather Alban Willingham(b.1835,d.1878) married Eliz. Pauline Sewell(b.1842, d. 1928), and they were buried in Lime Branch Cemetery, Cedartown...I have not been able to find Alban's father's name, nor his wife's name.............NOR any information pertaining to either of them.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Jean Ferguson on Jul 22, 2012 12:13 PM
|Dixon In Dixie||Confederates|
Love your cemetery lists, I have several CS memorials also. God Bless our boys in gray and their service to the South.
Added by Dixon In Dixie on May 02, 2012 1:26 PM
|Patricia Poland||Weary Clyburn|
Thank you. I am aware of the article as I live in Union County. I've been slowly trying to enter the known graves at the original burial grounds of what is now known as Hillcrest City Cemetery in Monroe, NC. I was at the dedication of Weary's grave marker several summers ago and also present when Mattie recently reaffirmed her support for the marker for the Confederate Pensioners of Color.
Added by Patricia Poland on Apr 03, 2012 7:25 PM
Wanted to thank you for leaving flowers for my GG Grandfather Euclidus Marbut! New to Find a Grave and it was special to see that you left them. I left a little additional information about his as well. He served in the Polk County Home Guard during the WBTS, so he was a veteran as well. Would very much like to know how to put that CSA seal on his virtual page. Regards, David
Added by David Wiggins on Mar 06, 2012 3:43 PM
|Tom Fagart||Pvt. Franklin Cauble|
Thank you for the memorial you left for my g-g-grandfather, Pvt. Franklin Cauble, who is buried under the name of Pvt. Franklin Cooper in the Confederate section of the Woodlawn National Cemetery in Elmira, NY.
Added by Tom Fagart on Dec 09, 2011 3:38 PM
Lexington cannot ban flying of Confederate flags on private property. But besides that no matter what lame brained politician decided Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson will keep the spirit of the Confederacy alive.
Added by Southerngal on Oct 20, 2011 6:30 PM
|Southerngal||Thank you kindly|
Thank you so very much. We are working very hard to keep their memories alive and to pass that torch to the younger generations.
We are very proud of our Confederate Veterans and of our Southern Heritage.
Margie Glover Daniels
Added by Southerngal on Oct 20, 2011 6:21 PM
|Hank Rogers||RE: Mt. Prospect Church|
Thank you for your compliment. Feel free to add the memorial. If you'd like, and you have an idea who she may be buried near, I'll look around next time I'm up there & photograph possible grave sites.
Added by Hank Rogers on Oct 08, 2011 3:36 PM
|Jim Hardman||RE: Uriah Hardman, georgia|
I went to Clouds Creek a few years back from Oregon for placement of a historical marker. I was priveleged to speak about the Hardman family to church members and others gathered for the occasion. If you get a chance to go you really should as you would be welcomed with open arms.
Be sure to look up Alice Hughes when you do.
Added by Jim Hardman on Feb 08, 2010 11:04 AM
|Suellen||Dr. William B. J. Hardman|
Since he is an ancestor of yours, I thought I'd let you know that I posted a picture of Dr. Hardman on his memorial.
Added by Suellen on Feb 07, 2010 6:21 PM
|bioengineer||RE: Willingham, CSA|
I look forward to learning more about the physicians in the Willingham family.
F. Terry Hambrecht, M.D.
Senior Technical Advisor to the
National Museum of Civil War Medicine
Added by bioengineer on Jan 27, 2010 2:13 PM