|Carolyn||Jeffery Beech - Eslava|
Thank you so much for the transfer of my cousin, and thank for your taking the photo of his stone.
I appreciate your work for findagrave.
Added by Carolyn on Feb 28, 2012 6:18 PM
|Susan Williams||RE: County Line Cemetery|
Oh goodness. Have no idea of the name of the road. I visited several years ago and a NEW FOUND cousin took me there.
County Line Cemetery is located on the county line of Marengo and Wilcox in Township 13 North Range 5 East Section 30. The following site will give you the names in the cemetery.
Added by Susan Williams on Feb 24, 2012 12:12 PM
Thank you so much for taking your time to photograph the graves of Tommie and Shellie Smith and Addie and Grady Stringer. The photos are beautiful. I really appreciate your time.
Linda S. Earl
Added by Linda Earl on Feb 23, 2012 8:46 AM
|Bennie White||John and Velia Dixon|
Thank you very much for the stone photos for John and Velia Dixon at Dunning Cemetery, Marengo Co., AL
Added by Bennie White on Feb 23, 2012 6:59 AM
|Bonnie||Smith Memorial Photos|
The two photos, I am sure was just showing Lonnie's and his fathers. I am transferring these to you also. To have the fathers removed you will have to contact whom ever put it on the sons memoriel to have it removed.
Added by Bonnie on Feb 16, 2012 12:17 PM
Transfer completed for Sam Smith to you.
Added by Bonnie on Feb 16, 2012 12:02 PM
|Matt||Harrison family group picture|
Can you send me the Harrison family group picture? I noticed you took it and added pictures of each individual to their respective memorials.
Added by Matt on Feb 07, 2012 8:23 PM
|Linda Earl||Annie & Luther Etheridge|
Thank you so much for taking your time to photograph the headstones of Annie and Luther Etheridge. I really appreciate your doing this for me.
Added by Linda Earl on Feb 06, 2012 5:34 PM
|Bennie White||RE: Elmore Dixon stone photo|
Thanks for the offer. I may be oontacting you off Find-a-Grave.
Do you know if the father of Elmore Robertus DIXON was William Alexander DIXON (1852-1925) and his father was Robert DICKSON (1830-1852)?
Added by Bennie White on Feb 02, 2012 2:18 PM
|Carolyn||RE: Edna Earle Noble Ketchum|
I have no information. The obituary came from al.com and the photo from Radney Funeral Home website. I put the obituaries on findagrave for Mobile County every day. Maybe Radney's Funeral Home would have additional information. Sorry I can't help you.
Added by Carolyn on Feb 01, 2012 10:58 PM
Thanks for getting the photo.
Added by Lyn Wynn on Feb 01, 2012 11:21 AM
|Bennie White||Elmore Dixon stone photo|
Thank you very much for uploading the stone photo for Elmore Dixon. It is very much appreciated.
Added by Bennie White on Feb 01, 2012 7:47 AM
|Mary Palmer||Wilton and Ada Pugh|
Thank you so much for taking these two photo's at Elam Cemetery; it is very much appreciated. Mary
Added by Mary Palmer on Feb 01, 2012 3:19 AM
|Matt||Photos, Elam Cemetery|
Thanks for taking the time to get the photos for John Turner Sanders, Julia Ann Hudson Sanders, Robert Bruce Sanders, and Zeta Harrison Sanders. John and Julia Ann were my 3rd-great-grandparents, and Robert and Zeta were my 2nd-great-grandparents. Judging from some of your other memorials, I believe we are distant cousins through the Harrison side (Zeta's father was John Loftin Harrison, son of John Harrison and Narcissa Loftin).
Added by Matt on Jan 31, 2012 8:43 PM
|DavidGwynRobinson||Photo A.N. Robinson gravestone|
Many thanks for your hard work; you help out so many people.
Added by DavidGwynRobinson on Jan 30, 2012 11:57 AM
|Tammy York Orman & Timothy||RE: York relative|
Thank you for the offer to research things for me in Alabama, I've been working on the York's in the Coffeeville Cemetery. I can't think of anything right now, but I sure will keep you in mind :)
Added by Tammy York Orman & Timoth... on Jan 24, 2012 7:41 PM
|richard lewis||RE: Malcolm|
Great and you'll most likely have the best stories. I sent message to Tim in Montgomery so expect an email. He has been my genealogy partner lately.
Sam actually lives in Talladega but travels the state cruising timber for people. He is due a trip to Geneva cty soon for my mother in law.
We are planning a trip to Mobile for Mardi Grau in Feb and are looking forward to the Gumbo shack in Fairhope? At least i think that is where it is?
Added by richard lewis on Jan 23, 2012 7:36 PM
|Robert S. Griffin||RE: Benton and Tossie Griffin|
Benton Griffin must be related to our Griffin line in Clarke County, Alabama. If he is buried in the Elam Baptist Church cemetery near the old community of Glover, he has to be related to us. Can you share your lineage so we can determine how he is related to both? My Griffin line in AL is:
Myself-born FL 1953
My Dad-Jack ray griffin-born 1914 in Clarke Co., AL
His father- Ivy Oma Griffin, born 1880 in Clarke Co. near Glover.
His father John H. Griffin also born in the 1840's or 1850's in Clarke Co.
His father Willaim Griffin born in 1812 at Wood's Bluff on the Tombigbee River in west Clarke Co.
His father-- David Andrews Griffin, born 1780's in VA and KIA with his twin brother at the Bashi Skirmish between campbell and Wood's Bluff in Clarke Co.
I can transfer Benton if you wish.
Sorry about the delay.
We recently went to FL to conduct the funeral of my dad- 12/24/1914 to 1/4/2012.
Added by Robert S. Griffin on Jan 22, 2012 6:01 PM
|Tammy York Orman & Timothy||Coffeeville Cemetery|
Thank you so very much for your help on Mohala York. I was hoping it would be marked :( thank you for your time too ! I'm trying to link all the York's in the cemetery. Bohan York born in 1808 was the person I started searching for his wife if he had one, but no luck yet.
Added by Tammy York Orman & Timoth... on Jan 19, 2012 6:49 PM
|Willie McCorquodale||Linian McCorquodale|
Thanks for the picture. I had Lillian as her first name. I assume that "E & U S" are Ernest and Ulrica Sophia". Do you know if she ever married and did she have children?
Added by Willie McCorquodale on Jan 19, 2012 12:37 PM
|A. Cook||Shared Genealogy|
Nancy, Our lines cross many times. You do not need to manage a memorial to add photos. You also may add information to any memorial using the add flowers and message tab. I have even used this to cut and paste obits on memorials that I do not manage. You will find this invaluable since there are many contributors who are no longer active/responsive. I will gladly make name/date/relationship corrections or additions. I am only half joking when I say that everyone in Marengo & north Clarke counties are related to some degree.-Anne
Added by A. Cook on Jan 17, 2012 7:50 AM
|richard lewis||RE: Malcolm|
Nancy, thanks and that seems like a lot of trouble but i hope you find something. My Grandfather, Willie Vaughan Lewis, was always proud of his grandmother being a McCorquodale and always talked about cousin Joe in the Legislature. He loved to go back to Sumter cty and visit his cousin N.O. Lewis in Halsell. His nephew, Jack Biddle, made it to senator from Gardendale, too. So politics runs in the family even a little distancely.
Anyway, my brother Tim works in Montgomery and maybe can help with the records search? He works for State Supreme court. Y'all both have the same red hair.
Also, my other brother, Sam has cruised timber for one of the McCorquodales in Jackson or Mobile? I'm not sure which?
Keep us posted and god bless you for making the trek. We keep talking about Grove hill, Coffeeville, Cuba, ... but the closest i ever get is google earth these days.
Sam and I trekked all over Sumter, Choctaw and Mississippi in the mid 90's looking for graves, ... much fun!
Added by richard lewis on Jan 16, 2012 8:21 PM
|NGL||RE: Perkins Photo|
My pleasure to transfer the Perkins memorials. If you have others at Forrest, I will try to locate graves. ngl
Added by NGL on Jan 12, 2012 6:11 PM
Nancy, thanks very much and if you do complete verification; maybe we can create another stone marker to replace this one. Just let us know and we can help pay for it. He is my ggg gf via Martha McCorquodale Matthews. Do you have any photos of him or his family? We have one of his daughter Martha. We are working on ancestry to capture as much information as possible to preserve it in one place for all to see.
Thanks again and Happy New Year!
Added by richard lewis on Jan 10, 2012 10:33 PM
|Willie McCorquodale||RE: Malcolm McCorquodale|
I am descended from Daniel McCorquodale of Cumberland County, NC. I assume you are descended from John McCorquodale of Sampson County, NC through his son Malcolm. I will be happy to share the Story that I have developed on the McCorquodales, which includes some of the Malcolm line.
Added by Willie McCorquodale on Jan 10, 2012 12:51 PM