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Toni Mackain (#47312092)
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James Phillips
Thomas and Lucinda Phillips
I have two original letters written by my great-great grandfather, Thomas G. Phillips (Philips as he spelled it) to his son James Wesley Phillips ( my great-grandfather) in Calhoun County, Alabama. The letters were written from Mississippi. His wife, Lucinda, is buried in Hopewell Cemetery, Hopewell Presbyterian Church around Blue Springs, Mississippi. I visited her grave in 1975, the same time I visited Thomas G. Phillips's grave at Gaston Cemetery, near Bryce Crossroads Battlefield.

Added by James Phillips on Dec 29, 2014 8:08 PM

Timothy James Ingram
RE: Infant son bryant
E F Bryant is my great great grandfather. It's nice to meet you. Timothy Ingram.

Added by Timothy James Ingram on Dec 08, 2014 9:40 PM

R. L. Williams
Adolphus Quinn
I noticed you placed a photo request for this person: Adolphus Quinn. There is a grave listed on FindAGrave at memorial#62581831 with the name Russell Adolphus Quinn and the dates are the same as well. This may aid the photo request to get completed. He was a Confederate in the Civil War, notable and hopefully well marked at the grave sites.
Rebecca

Added by R. L. Williams on Oct 16, 2014 4:38 PM

Vicki Lais
Phillips DNA
Toni, I'm part of a Phillips family of Calhoun and St. Clair Co, AL (Ohatchee/Ragland). Several different Phillips families in that area. Have any of your male Phillips done the DNA test, that's the only way we can sort them out. Joel (my line) and Thomas (married Levina Box) both born SC, probably brothers, have matching DNA. Hunting for more Phillips kinfolk via DNA.

Added by Vicki Lais on May 01, 2014 11:10 PM

Rick Bryant
William M Phillips
Hi there Toni! I see you have William M Phillips in Coleman County, Texas. Do you believe that he is the son of John Abner and Polly Phillips of Calhoun County, Alabama? Looking up his death certificate, the birth date matches, but the informant did not know his mother's or father's name nor places of birth. I don't know where my information came from (probably imported data from a cousin's family tree), but I have him as William L Phillips born 6 Apr 1860. That date is a perfect match with William M's death certificate. The only other record I have found for him is the 1860 census where he is shown simply as William Phillips. Please let me know if you have other information that would confirm his parents' identity. I would love to be able to add this info to my tree!! Thanks - Rick

Added by Rick Bryant on Mar 27, 2014 12:13 PM

Adrienne
Miller
Many thanks for the transfer Toni! Will be well cared for - promise!

Added by Adrienne on Mar 13, 2014 12:44 PM

Anonymous
Thomas G Phillips
Hello, I am trying to find my lineage, I believe, Thomas G. Phillips is my GGG Grandfather. His son Robert C Phillips was my GG Grandfather. Can you give me any more information on this lineage. thank you so much.

Added by Anonymous on Feb 20, 2014 8:26 PM

Sandy Mc
Thank you
I couldn't remember the date my grandmother, Ida Mae Carr died. I really appreciate your putting the information on-line.

Added by Sandy Mc on Aug 09, 2013 3:22 AM

gary stacy
jerry Lou christopher
need help finding more about him and his family he was my dad I never new him and my mom separated when I wasababy so never knew him any help would be aprecieated

Added by gary stacy on Jul 23, 2013 12:23 AM

Melody
Mary Phillips
Thanks!!

Added by Melody on Feb 12, 2013 5:02 PM

Doug Campbell
RE: Lina McGregor Crawford
Hi Toni,
Lina McGregor was my G Grandmother, but I don't have anymore info on her right now. I do have some wonderful pics posted on her memorial that you might have seen (#48712190). I stopped working on this in 2010 when I lost my mom and one of her brothers a few months apart. Maybe this will get me started again, I do have some contacts that might be able to help on this end. Please stay in touch and I'll see what I can come up with. Doug

Added by Doug Campbell on Nov 12, 2012 8:04 AM

Kelly Guess
Phillips family
Thank you for the invite. This is a very odd branch for me. I never knew any of these people because of some sad circumstances, but am researching the line anyway because I want to know the origins of all my lines.

Added by Kelly Guess on Oct 23, 2012 8:15 PM

Kelly Guess
Phillips family
I am related to the Phillips family through George Washington Phillips and his wife, Mary Jane "Jennie" Hickman, through their daughter, Maggie Elmira Phillips Powers Kershaw. Would you consider sending me copies of all the Phillips headstones you have so that I can use them on their pages on Ancestry.com? My email is klmtg143@aol.com. This would be greatly appreciated and help me in my research.

Added by Kelly Guess on Oct 23, 2012 11:02 AM

Denny Roach
RE: Charles & Gertrude Roach
Thanks!!!

Denny

Added by Denny Roach on Jun 20, 2012 2:56 PM

Denny Roach
Charles & Gertrude Roach
Toni,

You took a picture of Charles A. Roach and Ellen Gertrude Noah's headstone and attached it to their memorials. A family member has created a duplication to contain family info and links to other family members. Could you attach the photo to the other memorials in Seven Springs Cemetery, Jacksonville, Calhoun, alabama for Charles Amos Roach and Ellen Gertrude Noah.

Thanks,

Denny

Added by Denny Roach on Jun 20, 2012 5:07 AM

Dennis Ison
RE: James Henry Newton
OK Thank's.

Added by Dennis Ison on Feb 25, 2012 11:37 AM

Dennis Ison
Ida Phillips
I noticed your picture of Ida Phillips. Her brother was Henry Newton. Do you happen to have a picture of him or his family? Thanks.

Added by Dennis Ison on Feb 25, 2012 3:08 AM

Deb
RE: J. B. Gilliland
Yes, I think in your case we are safe on the family line. Doesn't sound like there are many in your direst line for this name to be claimed by anyway.

As for the "4 generation" guideline, it is covered under the "Help With Find A Grave" link that is available to be viewed on the site. Go there, then go to the "Editing & Correcting Memorial Information", then down to the "How do I get a relative's memorial transferred to me?" question. It will explain their "rules" as the staff has set them. Most of us will "bend" the rules, at times, depending on situation.

Look forward to seeing new info or pics you will add to his entry! If you need help with anything, just holler!

Added by Deb on Jan 06, 2012 1:57 PM

Deb
RE: Transfer of JB Gilliland
Hello,
I am no relation to this name (that I know of). I have transferred to you for safe-keeping. You are however just a tad past the 4 generation rule for the Find A Grave guideline of transfers. Therefore the only thing I ask is that IF someone closer in direct relationship to this name comes along, that you will also kindly transfer over to them.

Thanks for sponsoring the entry.


Added by Deb on Jan 05, 2012 9:03 PM

Tom Streetman
RE: Sutton Photos
Thanks! I was glad to help.

Tom

Added by Tom Streetman on Jan 03, 2012 8:26 AM

Mary V. [Johnson] Edgar
Florence & Homer Crowder
Gladly! Florence is the "stepdaughter of uncle of husband of 2nd cousin 1x removed" ~ I believe your relationship with her trumps mine!
Mary

Added by Mary V. [Johnson] Edgar on Nov 16, 2011 7:34 PM

Dennis Ison
RE: John Henry Newton
Yes this is his family. The ones labeled Newton. His wife was Rosa Hagan. Rosa was the daughter of Wm and Amanda Hagans. My connection is with Wm's 3rd or 4th wife Moselle Reed. I only know of another Hagan that might can help you. He is Pat Hagan. His e-mail is cpmjhagan@comcast.net
Let me hear from you if have trouble reaching him.

Added by Dennis Ison on Oct 04, 2011 10:41 PM

M Kirby Roach
Lonnie Kirby
Thank you for the photo and the information.

Added by M Kirby Roach on Jul 11, 2011 2:21 PM

Ken Record
Littlejohns in Friendship Baptist
I will be posting your photorequests today. Wanted you to know that there is an addidional Littlejohn that I found. James W (Jim) Littlejohn 1839-1869 that I will be posting a memorial for. I did not, however, find Mary. I will go back when I have a chance and do a detailed inspection of some of the field stones which may have information scratched into them. There are a lot of unidentified graves in this cemetery.

Added by Ken Record on Jul 03, 2011 6:54 AM

Ladydtrim
RE: David Philips Headstone
You are very welcome.

Donna

Added by Ladydtrim on Jun 19, 2011 2:31 PM

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