|ELAINE PARKS||RE: Picture of Bonne Idee Church|
THANKS BONNIE. I AM 99% SURE THIS IS EULA, JIM SMITH, JAMES AND FLORA NEELY.
LOOK FORWARD TO RECEIVING ANYTHING YOU HAVE ON THE BONNE IDEE FOLKS. ELAINE
Added by ELAINE PARKS on Oct 03, 2014 6:41 PM
|ELAINE PARKS||EFFIE YELDELL SHAW|
YOU HAVE POSTED A PICTURE ON EFFIE OF CHURCH MEMBERSHIP BONNEIDEE METHODIST CHURCH IN 1913. IS THERE ANY WAY POSSIBLE TO IDENTIFY IN OTHER PEOPLE IN THIS PICTURE. MY MOTHER MABEL NEELY SILMON WAS BORN 1917 ON THE BONNE IDEE AND ATTENDED THE METHODIST CHURCH FOR A LOT OF YEARS. I AM NOT SURE BUT I THINK I RECOGNIZE MY GRANDMOTHER, EULA SMITH NEELY LOYESS IN THIS PICTURE STANDING IN THE MIDDLE ROW IN THE RIGHT HALF OF THE PICTURE. SURE WOULD LOVE TO KNOW IF THIS IS SHE. HER FIRST SON, JAMES HENRY NEELY WAS BORN IN 1908. I REMEMBER MOTHER TAKING ABOUT MALCOLM AND EARL COX, MAXWELL LAING, AND THE OLD "SHAW PLACE" THANKS FOR YOUR HELP. ELAINE SILMON PARKS. THE MAN STANDING ON THE BACK FAR RIGHT IS I BELIEVE JAMES ELFILATE JIM SMITH, FATHER OF EULA. WITH THE LIGHT HAIR AND MUSTACHE.
Added by ELAINE PARKS on Sep 29, 2014 12:53 PM
|ELAINE PARKS||EFFIE YELDELL SHAW|
YOU HAVE POSTED A PICTURE ON EFFIE OF CHURCH MEMBERSHIP BONNEIDEE METHODIST CHURCH IN 1913. IS THERE ANY WAY POSSIBLE TO IDENTIFY IN OTHER PEOPLE IN THIS PICTURE. MY MOTHER MABEL NEELY SILMON WAS BORN 1917 ON THE BONNE IDEE AND ATTENDED THE METHODIST CHURCH FOR A LOT OF YEARS. I AM NOT SURE BUT I THINK I RECOGNIZE MY GRANDMOTHER, EULA SMITH NEELY LOYESS IN THIS PICTURE STANDING IN THE MIDDLE ROW IN THE RIGHT HALF OF THE PICTURE. SURE WOULD LOVE TO KNOW IF THIS IS SHE. HER FIRST SON, JAMES HENRY NEELY WAS BORN IN 1908. I REMEMBER MOTHER TAKING ABOUT MALCOLM AND EARL COX, MAXWELL LAING, AND THE OLD "SHAW PLACE" THANKS FOR YOUR HELP. ELAINE SILMON PARKS.
Added by ELAINE PARKS on Sep 29, 2014 9:59 AM
|Sharon Herlong Harrell||RE: Michael Burton Smith|
I transferred this memorial to you. Sorry it took me so long to get this transferred to you . Thanks for understanding as I have had a lot of stuff going on and have not been doing much on the Find-A-Grave site
Added by Sharon Herlong Harrell on Sep 24, 2014 8:50 AM
|Jennifer ||RE: Patrick & Benjamin Wade - Are pictures correct now?|
Thank you very much and thank you for what your doing. I just happened to come upon this playing around on google. Benjamin wade was my grandfather and Patrick Wade was my Great Uncle. Never new something like this was on the internet . I believe my number is 48522937.
Added by Jennifer on Sep 16, 2014 8:12 PM
|MareCanine||Nancy Satterwhite Edwards|
Bonnie where did the information about Nancy's burial come from? I am the Greatgreatgrandson of Robert and Nancy.
Added by MareCanine on Sep 15, 2014 9:30 AM
Thank you so much for transferring the memorials for George and Jessie Lee Sisk-Bennett and their daughter Bernice Bennett- Morgan. I appreciate it sooo much. TY
Added by Virginia Lehne-Hatten on Sep 06, 2014 9:49 PM
|Persia Gran-Freeland||James Daniel & Jane Hicks|
I would love to see Lousiana! The south is wonderful!
James Daniel is descended from the Capt William Daniel of Middlesex County, VA line. I found out from DNA testing that we are not related to that line, which was a real disappointment for me.
I have emailed Bonnie and hope to hear from her soon.
I am descended from Marmaduke. By any chance to do you have a document such as a will or probate record that proves relationship of our Marmaduke and William to Josiah Jr. as his sons?
I am in the process of pinning down with proofs just who is M's and W's father and who is their grandfather, just for starters.
I had assumed that we were related to the Middlesex Daniels and had faith that I would find a connection somewhere. We need proofs of who is whose father and mother. Too many mistakes, wrong dates, etc. Without proofs all is conjecture.
Added by Persia Gran-Freeland on Aug 27, 2014 10:00 PM
|Persia Gran-Freeland||Mortgage records for Josiah Daniel|
Do you know where the mortgage records for Josiah are to be found--under Jonas Josiah the page said.
I really, really need to prove presence in a particular county and family relationships if possible from the document. I cannot move ahead with confidence until I have each step proved.
I am so excited to know about these records!
If anyone has copies, would they please email me to let me know about them? I will happily pay for copies of same!
Phone number 253-274-5643
email address email@example.com
I hope to hear from you!
Added by Persia Gran-Freeland on Aug 27, 2014 8:20 AM
Memorial #56376318, see if you can combine this one with yours.
Added by Joy on Aug 15, 2014 3:20 PM
|BobbyC||Church of the Reemer, Oak Ridge, LA|
Bonnie, I am doing research on a number of families who are buried in Oak Ridge and have noticed that there are a number of duplicates which were posted by "Little Marie (#47904550)". It sure would be nice if the two of you could get together and have just one listing.
Added by BobbyC on Aug 15, 2014 5:07 AM
|J. Huck||Mrs. Walter Campbell|
I have been researching my Hanks line and found two WWI registration cards that list Mrs. Walter Campbell as a cousin and contact person. I'm trying to figure out her relation to these family members. Do you know more about Carra Hayden Campbell? One of the draft cards I'm looking at is for Jesse David Hanks (5 Jul 1905-6 Nov 1962).
I just received information from the Alabama Archives on Gayden P. Hanks that relocated to Morehouse County around 1840. Hard to read but interesting.
Added by J. Huck on Aug 14, 2014 12:08 PM
|john wesley groves||James Garrett|
Hi Bonnie, My name is John Groves [Find A Grave-47262210] Is it possible for you to transfer james's [mem.89580334]to me. He is my kids G.G.Grandfather and I would like to link to other family. thank-you john
Added by john wesley groves on Aug 02, 2014 10:02 PM
|john wesley groves||mona garrett|
Hi Bonnie, My name is John Groves [Find A Grave-47262210] Is it possible for you to transfer Mona's [mem.89580431] to me, She is my kids G.G.Grandmother and I would like to link to other family. thank-you john
Added by john wesley groves on Aug 02, 2014 9:55 PM
|Betty Raynor-Davis||Raynor Daniel family|
Hi Bonnie. My name is Betty Raynor and I have been researching my Raynor family for nearly 20 years. One of mine and your ancestors Matthew Raynor and his wife Catherine migrated to Tennessee along with Josiah Daniel. Matthews children later migrated to Louisiana and settled on the Mississippi in Prairie Mer Rouge and Bastrop. I would love to share family info with you and I also would love to get a copy of the kinfolk book you mentioned in your profile. I have never been in touch with anyone from the Matthew Raynor line through all my years of research into our Raynor lineage.Please send me an email. Thanks from your Carolina cousin.
Added by Betty Raynor-Davis on Jul 29, 2014 11:49 AM
May I have your permission to repost your Find A Grave photos (with attribution) to my family research site?
Added by John Dickinson on Jun 29, 2014 5:57 PM
|455th AAA Historian||Edker Jake Wyatt|
If you should ever be able to find an obituary for him in a local libary, etc., please let me know. It may give even more clues about his service and what he did as an occupation later in life. I can add all that to my 455th AAA history. Thanks!
Added by 455th AAA Historian on Jun 29, 2014 1:57 PM
|Wanda Shirley||RE: Mozelle Clark - Memorial Park - Morehouse Parish|
Mozelle Gravely Clark is a descendant of my John Ambrose Gilstrap, therefore a cousin. I have not problem with you transferring it.
thank you for doing the update
Added by Wanda Shirley on Jun 26, 2014 7:08 PM
|455th AAA Historian||Edker Jake Wyatt|
Bonnie, I am writing a history of the 455th AAA Bn. in WW2. Edker was the General Clerk in Headquarters. Are there any known photos of him? Any help would be appreciated. He also served in Panama from 1939-1942, roughly.
Added by 455th AAA Historian on Jun 22, 2014 3:21 PM
|Steve Stephenson||xfer of memorial to me ...|
Thank you for transferring Mary Francis Hayman's memorial to me; she is my uncle's first wife and mother of a living cousin.
Added by Steve Stephenson on Jun 09, 2014 4:01 PM
Added by Mike Gahagan on May 05, 2014 10:51 AM
|Mike Gahagan||Nettie Gahagan|
Florence A. "Nettie" Gahagan.
From the Shrevport Newspaper: Miss Nettie Gahagan married O.W. Douglass in Ruston on 15 February 1887, "of Vienna". The Louisiana marriage records show they married on 16 February, 1887 at Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.
I can not find a O.W. Douglass. If you run across him or anything on him, would you let me know.
Or if you find an old obit on Nettie. Thanks
Added by Mike Gahagan on May 01, 2014 2:48 PM
|BobbyC||RE: Minnie Belle White Smith linked to William Smith|
Way to far out on the tree that I would consider as family. Thanks for the offer though.
Added by BobbyC on Apr 15, 2014 9:28 AM
|jo buis||Mer Rouge Cemetery|
Thank you for the photos of the markers for John and Sarah McAdams
Added by jo buis on Apr 14, 2014 2:57 PM
|jo buis||Mer Rouge|
Thank you for the photos of the marker for the Hayden and Montgomery families
Added by jo buis on Apr 14, 2014 2:33 PM