|diane caldwell||RE: Links|
Thank you very much for your help , learn a lot On my great grandfather George Hayes Berry already thanks to your site on him :)
Added by diane caldwell on Jul 06, 2015 8:33 AM
|diane caldwell||RE: Links|
George Hayes Berry / Spurlin Cemetery -Garland County , Hot Springs , Ar. Memorial # 135496643 Add Ida Evalee Rogers Stillman / Little Rock National Cemetery Memorial # 3144227 . Can her number be added to his page ? This is one of his Grandaughters . Thanks , I'm new at using this site and I don't know what can and can't be done :)
Added by diane caldwell on Jul 06, 2015 6:21 AM
George Hayes Berry is my Mother's Grandfather , I was trying to ask if you could link my mother on George's memorial .Her name is Ida Evalee Rogers Stillman her number is 3144227 . I'm sorry for not making myself clear :)
Added by diane caldwell on Jul 05, 2015 9:01 PM
|diane caldwell||RE: granddaughter link|
My mother is Mildred's granddaughter and I didn't know if you could list my mother's number on Mildred's page .Sorry
Added by diane caldwell on Jul 05, 2015 8:48 PM
|diane caldwell||granddaughter link|
could you add my mother to this # it is #3144227 it is his granddaughter thanks !
Added by diane caldwell on Jul 05, 2015 7:31 PM
|Dee Winter||John Butler Lowe|
Thanks for info on him, Hardy. Added to his bio.
Added by Dee Winter on Jun 18, 2015 2:42 PM
|LADONNA GREER COLLETT||John McMurtrey|
Hi,info you sent about possible wife added to John's memorial.
Added by LADONNA GREER COLLETT on Jun 17, 2015 11:11 PM
|Patricia Farmer||RE: J Wilhite|
Yes. The areas I am most familiar with are north Alabama and northern part of Hamilton county Tennessee(where I live). My son in law's ancestor, Charles Parker Card was from Maine. The family was in Hamilton County Tennessee before 1850. When the war started they sided with the north. Charlie Card was captured by Confederate troops and was going to be hung, but escaped. One of his brothers was killed by Confederate soldiers in front of his parents. Back to Alabama-do a search for "The Free State of Winston". The article on Wikipedia seems to be fairly accurate. The mention of the lawless Home Guards settling grudges, brings to mind what happened to my Great Grandpa William Guthery's brother, Doctor Franklin Guthery. He was too young to join the Union Army when his brothers did. He supposedly was killed by the home guard when he tried to get home to his mother. He was almost 16 years old. Interesting history and so many similarities between my Guthery/Speegles and the Card family. All the rest of my lines went with the Confederate States-Washington Marion Brock, his nephew-George Washington Brock, Marion's brother James Daniel Brock-killed at Cold Harbor. John McCain had moved from Harris County Georgia to Scott County Mississippi in about 1859. He joined the Confederate Army with his wife's brothers (Miles). He died in the hospital in Rankin county Mississippi and she buried him in Scott County. Both my Bradley lines-John Bradley died in hospital in Rome Georgia. Robert Moses Bradley survived the war but denied his pension(moved from Georgia to Tennessee to Alabama the Mississippiand died in Cullman,and never got the paperwork done.) Eldridge Reynolds died at Maryes Heights, but his son Robert Taylor Reynolds survived and raised a large family in Cullman County. Sorry for rambling on.
Added by Patricia Farmer on Mar 27, 2015 7:58 PM
|Patricia Farmer||J. J. Wilhite|
He was from Morgan County, not Winston County. But he is listed as being in the Union Army.
Added by Patricia Farmer on Mar 27, 2015 6:05 PM
Thanks, but all of the info I have on Mr. Wilhite is that was in the Union Army. Most of my Gutherys, Speegles, Selfs, and Richard McCain were all in the Union Army. There was a bunch of Union supporters in Cullman (Winston County then) My Great grandfather, William Guthery, was the only one of his family to survive the war. His wife Martha Speegle, lost 5 of her 6 oldest brothers, and several brothers in law. They were all in the Union Army.
Added by Patricia Farmer on Mar 27, 2015 5:35 PM
|Lindsey Morgan||RE: F. P. Morgan|
I sent you an email with my response. Thanks.
Added by Lindsey Morgan on Sep 24, 2014 10:25 AM
|Lindsey Morgan||RE: F. P. Morgan|
Yes. Thanks. Thought you might be a little closer relative. Franklin Pierce Morgan was my g-grandfather.
Added by Lindsey Morgan on Sep 23, 2014 9:51 PM
|Lindsey Morgan||F. P. Morgan|
Hardy, I noticed the death certificate that you posted for F.P. Morgan is slightly different than the one I have on my website at http://www.lin-morgan.com. Are we related?
Added by Lindsey Morgan on Sep 23, 2014 8:41 PM
|Wanda M.||Mervil Lee Short|
I want to thank you for the Marine Emblem you posted on Lee's memorial in the photo section......he would have liked that.......
Added by Wanda M. on Jun 22, 2014 12:35 PM
|David Sifford||RE: Myrtle Mae White #16964597|
I'm beginning to think that you may have your Myrtle Whites confused. The Myrtle that I have listed in the O'Donnell Cemetery, Lynn County, Texas, has her name on her Death Certificate as Myrtle May White (father's name Jim Patterson, mother's name UNKNOWN). She died in Brownfield, Terry County, Texas and W.G. White listed as the informant. No mention is made of Johnson/Johnston. So needless to say, I'm confused as to what if anything I need to do. Please look into this and let me know.
Added by David Sifford on Feb 07, 2014 11:19 AM
|David Sifford||Myrtle Mae White #16964597|
I received your note asking to add George Marion Spurlock Find A Grave # 13526096 as Myrtle's father. Are you sure about this? George's memorial says he died in 1880, Myrtle was born in 1882 and her Death Certificate lists Jim Patterson as her dad. I won't change anything until I hear from you. Thanks.
Added by David Sifford on Feb 07, 2014 8:05 AM
|Anita O. Kinard||Elisha Hil|
Hi Hardy! I had sent a message to Linda concerning this grave but I can't recall if she or you submitted the photo request. I posted a photo of Elisha's wife's (Elizabeth Hill's) marker showing the open ground around it. Mr. Hill may be buried there and the marker no longer be there. There are a lot of older markers in this cemetery. I'm sorry I couldn't locate a grave for him If I can help with anything else please let me know. GOD Bless!
Added by Anita O. Kinard on Sep 16, 2013 6:06 PM
|Sharon Rogers-Fabris||RE: Alice Clarence Morgan England|
thank you so much!
Added by Sharon Rogers-Fabris on May 22, 2013 9:13 PM
|Sharon Rogers-Fabris||Alice Clarence Morgan England|
Hi I noticed that a memorial created by Anonymous was transferred to you. I have many family members in the same cemetery that that inactive member created. did you use the Edit tab to request? I saw you posted a public message. Please let me know what you did for the successful transfer.
Sharon- # 47376092
Maintained by: Hardy Morgan
Originally Created by: Anonymous (inactive)
Record added: Dec 20, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 8196498
Added by Sharon Rogers-Fabris on May 22, 2013 8:01 PM
|Richard and Mary||John Benton Meek|
Hello, I added the information you sent me to his memorial. Are you a descendant of his? If so I would be happy to transfer his memorial to you. (My husband is related to his daughter, Mary Meek Perrin, through marriage. She was the second wife of my husband's great grandfather, William Perrin. My husband's great grandmother was William's first wife.) Mary Jackson
Added by Richard and Mary on Dec 27, 2012 5:53 AM
|Janet Milburn||Re: Your question|
Well, what prompted me to write and ask,
was the fact that when I had a question
about whether or not this member was active
and I wanted to know if he had honored
your request before I sent him one of mine.
Which I would do thru 'edit' and still might.
Then when you wrote me and left message
on public page, I wasn't sure I understand
it, so I thought what the heck, I am going
to write and give you the info. on how
transfers can be made, (if you have received
no response from the member).
I do know this,that many times members will ignore requests if they are sent to the public page and not thru edit, this still could be why
you haven't heard from him. Some members have this request in their bio. and it is the Find A Grave rule. Just in case you get this message as a
dup. you can click on the box in the right
hand corner and it will delete the message.
Added by Janet Milburn on Sep 25, 2012 7:36 AM
|Janet Milburn||Re: request transfer|
You do know that you can write to
email@example.com and tell them
you have requested a relatives memorial
you received no response and you
would appreciate them transferring
the memorial to you. When you write,
send them copy/paste of the name of
the person who made memorial
the name and the memorial # of relative.
You wrote to me:
[Send Reply] RE: Re: response request???
No response was ever given for transferal of memorial # 8196498
Thanks for asking.
Alice Clarence (Morgan) England was my great grand aunt.
Added by Hardy Morganhardymorgan42 on Sep 24, 2012 6:35 AM
Added by Janet Milburn on Sep 24, 2012 11:33 PM
|Janet Milburn||Re: response request???|
Could you please tell me if you
have had any response from this
transfer request? As I want to
request a transfer for a memorial
created by this same member?
Thank you so much
Please transfer Alice Clarence (Morgan) England # 8196498 to my care.
Reason: present caretaker inactive for 11+ years
much new information available
Added by Janet Milburn on Sep 24, 2012 1:26 AM
|Annie202||William Albert Morgan|
This William Morgan buried in Pine Grove Cemetery was African-American as is everyone in this cemetery. Thanks anyway.
Added by Annie202 on May 12, 2011 5:51 PM
|Annie202||William Albert Morgan|
December 14, 1860 - August 13, 1928
Was this man African-American?
Added by Annie202 on May 12, 2011 4:34 PM