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Tom Kelly (#47471392)
 member for 5 years, 9 months, 26 days
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ranny
Ruth O'Gwynn Campbell
Thanks for the updates!
Randy O'Guin, ranny Find A Grave 47208269
ranny9@cox.net

(Part of my One Name Study of the O'Guins/O'Quins)

Added by ranny on Dec 20, 2015 3:52 PM

First Families of America
Providence Cemetery, Dallas County, Alabama
Tom
Would you please contact me. I wanted to know if you located any Moss family burials at the Providence Cemetery.

Possibly a:
Martha Jane Leatherwood Moss
Memorial# 155295851

Memorial# 155295851
Memorial# 155295889

I appreciate your help here greatly.
Thank you so much Tom.

Added by First Families of America on Nov 22, 2015 7:17 PM

Andrew Bristol
Susan W Moseley grave marker
The photo you posted for Susan W Moseley does not look as if that is the correct one. It has a Susan Elizabeth wife of John ____. Her husband was Bethal P Moseley and her middle name was Walton.

Added by Andrew Bristol on Nov 21, 2015 9:58 PM

gbodge
Quarles Headstone
Thanks for the excellent photo!

Added by gbodge on Nov 18, 2015 4:39 AM

gidget
hines
thx for the photo. i appreciate it. :)

Added by gidget on Nov 17, 2015 4:49 PM

First Families of America
Thank you!
Tom
By chance to you get the death date on Parthenia Ann Bozeman 73781282

The photo doesnt show the full headstone so I thought I would ask you.

Did you see any of the other burials for people requested there such as Moss burials or Leatherwood?

Added by First Families of America on Nov 17, 2015 3:41 PM

First Families of America
Providence Cemetery
Tom. If you make it to the cemetery this month please let me know so I can give you some names to look for.

Added by First Families of America on Nov 02, 2015 3:32 PM

First Families of America
Providence Cemetery
Thank you so much. Let me know just before you go there so I can be in touch and work with you on this.

I'm happy to have your help!

Added by First Families of America on Oct 02, 2015 12:02 PM

First Families of America
Photographes
Tom
I noticed a couple photographes you took at the
Providence Cemetery in Dallas County, Alabama.

Could you possibly help with taking more photographs?

It has been a long time waiting and thus far no one has helped too much indexing or photographing headstone in this cemetery.

Please contace me in regarard to the Providence Cemetery.

Thank you and I would appreciate your help.

Added by First Families of America on Sep 30, 2015 12:33 PM

April D. Sandley Clinely
RE: evelyn oliver
You are very welcome, and you can use any pictures (if there are any) for your personal family tree. Good luck and God Bless!!!!

Added by April D. Sandley Clinely on Nov 21, 2013 8:51 PM

Christina Forbus
RE: more latham pictures
Tom,

Great work. TY for the info. Sorry it took me so long to get the info in and send a reply. Had a medical emergancy with my 1 yr old yesterday.

If you want you can send me emails directly @ christinamforbus@aol.com

I really appreciate all the help you are giving me. And so you now alot on the list you sent yesterday are on my family tree already. Bet I find the rest are as well when I finish tracing all the brothers.

Added by Christina Forbus on Oct 04, 2012 9:19 AM

Christina Forbus
RE: more latham pictures
Tom,

Okay great. I will add them as you send me the info. I am slowly working through all the Lathams. Thing is the big man who they all came from had ALOT of children and the majority of them came to Alabama. I ended up in contact with one of their ggg granddaughters and her and I are working togeather to get them all traced down. What I learned from her and from an Alabama website is that the Lathams are considered one of the Patriarch families. The site Alabama has on the Patriarchs has the lines some what traced but not completely, so it is filling in rest and it seems almost each son had alot of children and several with 2 or more wives. But I am working on it.

Thank you for your help. You have been a Godsend

Christina

Added by Christina Forbus on Oct 03, 2012 8:38 AM

Christina Forbus
RE: Shirley Latham
Tom,

Okay great thank you for the other 2. Did you by chance take pics of the other 7 because what I ended up discovering over the weekend is that appearntly I am related to all Lathams in AL through my gggg grandfather who was the first Latham to AL. He and his kids are one of the families that settled the Selma, Planterville & surrounding areas.

Thank you again for your help with the photos, you have been a great help!

Christina

Added by Christina Forbus on Sep 25, 2012 7:51 AM

Christina Forbus
RE: Shirley Latham
That would be them.

Added by Christina Forbus on Sep 22, 2012 5:10 PM

Christina Forbus
RE: Shirley Latham
Oh Awesome. Thank you very much. I haven't gotten to everyone on the tree yet on seeing if they are on here yet. Some of the ones I have found actually have had incorrect info so at first I didn't even think it was them. Like my grandfather Jesse, his dod is 1984 but was inputed 1964.
For me this is a find my family I never got to know. I was placed up for adoption when I was 9 yrs old so I knew of them but if I met them I was to young to remember most of them. Like my grandfather Jesse. He actually died the year before I was put up for adoption and my mom didn't even know it. She was estranged from her entire family.

Added by Christina Forbus on Sep 22, 2012 10:45 AM

Christina Forbus
RE: Shirley Latham
Found it. Thank you. His mom and dad ought to be buried in Alabama somewhere but not sure where yet still searching for them. I am a bit shocked he & Shirley Ann were buried in a methodist cem. because my mom always claimed to be raised baptist.
Would you mind transfering Jesse and Shirley over to me. Jesse is my grandfather and Shirley is my aunt who died of cancer when she was just a girl.

Thank you,
Christina Forbus

Added by Christina Forbus on Sep 22, 2012 8:33 AM

Christina Forbus
Shirley Latham
Thank You for taking Shirley's grave picture for me, it means alot. By any chance was her dad, my grandfather buried next to her? His name was Jesse Latham.

Thank you again and God Bless,
Christina Forbus

Added by Christina Forbus on Sep 21, 2012 8:34 AM

Julio and Nannette WORRELL SERRA
Tom
I can't find your email address. Just want to thank you for the tombstone pictures you took at Tuscaloosa Memorial. My little niece Janine was only 2 when she died. I was at her funeral when I was 17. Never saw her tombstone until now and it really brought back memories. My nephew, her brother, does not have a tombstone as yet. Hope your children, my "cousins" are doing well.

Added by Julio and Nannette WORREL... on Jan 28, 2012 8:57 PM

Carolyn S Dixon
RE: thomas s. lavender
I would love to have any information on the Lavender Family (Thomas & Edgar) Line. Thanks Carolyn E-mail me caroldixon@live.com

Added by Carolyn S Dixon on Jan 28, 2012 2:47 PM

Carolyn S Dixon
Kelly Family
Thank you for tombstone pictures of
Peggy (Upchurch) and Robert Kelly. I really appreciated! Carolyn

Added by Carolyn S Dixon on Jan 27, 2012 5:38 PM

Carolyn S Dixon
Lavender
Thank you so much for your time and the tombstone pictures of James, Edna, and Edgar Lavender. Your efforts are greatly appreciated! Carolyn

Added by Carolyn S Dixon on Jan 27, 2012 5:34 PM

Mary Taylor
Kelleys
Thank you so very much for the photos.

Mary (Kelley) Taylor

Added by Mary Taylor on Jan 26, 2012 5:28 PM

Mary Taylor
Demmie Nichols
Thank you so much for the photo

Mary

Added by Mary Taylor on Jan 26, 2012 8:34 AM

Mary Taylor
Nichols and Johnson
Again, thank you very much for the photos.

Mary

Added by Mary Taylor on Jan 17, 2012 8:30 PM

Mike White
Appreciate the update
I am torn about the dates, John D Letcher is born abt 1809 in the 1850 census, and 1804 in the 1860, family records have always shown 1804 and 1877 as birth and death years... I have not found, a 1870 census for him, nor his wife, who may be living with her children, sometime after 1880 Ann, John's wife, moved to Milam Co TX to join her children, she died Feb 9, 1897, and is buried in Rockdale Milam Co TX with one of her children. I may change the date of John's death, and place a note in the Bio, of the discrepancy, as Marker dates are very prone to errors themselves. Thank You so much for bringing this to our attention, and your efforts to locate John's grave. Did not know about the torado, and loss of the signs and church... Appreicate, Mike

Added by Mike White on Jan 14, 2012 12:30 PM

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