|Paula McCarter||McCarter Family|
Hi, I am a McCarter from Sevier county, tn. do you know where Jesse McCarters parents are? I think that my James McCarter m. Rebecca Ogle might be first cuz, but dont know. thanks
Added by Paula McCarter on Feb 12, 2015 2:17 PM
|LKat||Norma and Carl Benche|
You are welcome for the photos, glad to help.
Added by LKat on Oct 04, 2014 5:49 PM
|KBStewart||RE: Betsey Perrin Hobart|
Thank you so much for the transfer. I added a little paragraph to her memorial that you may find interesting if you like history (and who on this site doesn't)...
Added by KBStewart on Aug 14, 2013 8:25 PM
|Joyce Reed||RE: Georgia Phillips Bridges|
Glad I could help. Joyce
Added by Joyce Reed on Mar 08, 2013 10:05 PM
|Tim Childree||RE: Sebastian Henrich|
You are always welcome for my help. I need Findagrave friends to take some of the memorial management burden off me for Magnolia. You are helping me by accepting the transfers.
I don't know if you saw on the national news that a tornado blew through Mobile on Christmas day. It passed about half a mile from my apartment and I watched it from my back door. That was the first tornado I have ever seen with my own eyes. I hope it will be the last.
It damaged a lot of property in midtown, including Murphy High School, Trinity Episcopal Church, and the Mobile Infirmary. It started at the loop near Holcombe & Goverment and traveled northeast to Prichard, about 7 miles.
A week ago we had another tornado blow through Crichton. It started at I-65/Dauphin St. and moved northeast to Prichard also. 6 mile track.
They didn't sound like freight trains the way most people say. It's hard to describe. More like a prop engine airplane flying low.
Have a happy new year.
Added by Tim Childree on Dec 28, 2012 11:17 PM
|Sharon||RE: John Henry Watkins|
You are very welcome!! Glad to help
Added by Sharon on Sep 11, 2012 2:26 PM
|Patricia Dunbar||Reynolds Taylor|
I surveyed Lottie UMC Cem. in the early 80s and there was a headstone there at that time. The cemetery was resurveyed in the mid 1990s and there was still a headstone for him. Is he buried in both cemeteries or was he moved from Lottie UMC Cem. to Bryars McGill Cem.
Added by Patricia Dunbar on Aug 31, 2012 7:25 AM
|David Sprinkle||Hattie Clark Ellis|
If you have her other children please link them too , thanks
Added by David Sprinkle on Aug 08, 2012 7:15 AM
|Teresa Taramasso||Sarah Shannon|
Thank you for taking the time to take this photo. Very nicely done.
Added by Teresa Taramasso on Aug 02, 2012 10:22 PM
|Tim Childree||Hartleys in Catholic Cemetery|
I haven't found markers for the Hartleys you've requested but I did find these Hartleys:
Charles H Hartley, Sr (1909-1982)
Edwina Balzli Hartley (1909-1962)
William Norton Hartley (1903-1977)
Eula Mae Hartley (1903-1987)
Margaret Hartley Schottgen (1937-1992)
Added by Tim Childree on Jun 25, 2012 10:46 PM
|Randall Davis Barfield||Robert Joseph Pearson Sr|
Hi, the date of birth coincides with our Robert J who was son of Joseph C Pearson who lived in Worth County, Ga. Robert, if it's so, would have had a brother named Logan Ben (Burbin or Berbin) who we are descended from. Logan Ben is buried in Worth County, Ga. What do you think? Randall Davis Barfield
Added by Randall Davis Barfield on May 22, 2012 9:38 PM
|Sherry L Wolz||RE: Mary E. Simmons|
So glad that you are happy with the picture. The cemetery is very well maintained and in good condition.
Added by Sherry L Wolz on May 15, 2012 1:02 PM
|Sherry L Wolz||RE: Elliott Monroe Simmons|
It really was no trouble at all. If you get any other information that I could use to find the plot for you, I would be more than happy to try again.
Added by Sherry L Wolz on May 15, 2012 1:00 PM
|Cheryl Rush||RE: Thomley and Waltman Family|
Iwill look you up. Always appreciate any help with that tree and happy to hare inf. Thanks for letting me know.
Added by Cheryl Rush on May 14, 2012 6:17 AM
|Cheryl Rush||RE: Evelyn J. Taylor Pearson|
Glad to help with the pictures. I started sending the extra on after someone did that for me. I too was happy to get the exta views. I love this Find a grave community.
Added by Cheryl Rush on May 14, 2012 6:15 AM
|Deborah Broadus Kwan (inactive)||RE: Billy Hartley|
You are most welcome and if I can be of service again please let me know and God Bless you too.
Added by Deborah Broadus Kwan (ina... on May 09, 2012 7:31 AM
|Tim Childree||Hartleys in Catholic Cemetery|
I plan to try to find the Hartley graves in Catholic Cemetery you requested pictures for. Unfortunately, the weather isn't cooperating this week. I did take pictures of the grave markers of a few other Hartleys the last time I was there and I think they are related. They don't have memorials yet. They are:
Charles H. Hartley, Sr.
01/09/1909 - 03/21/1982
Edwina Balzli Hartley
05/07/1909 - 01/09/1962
(died in Birmingham, Wife of C.H. Hartley)
(daughter of Edward Balzli & Bertha Miller)
Margaret Hartley Schottgen
01/30/1937 - 08/11/1992
(probably their daughter)
I don't know where Edwina Balzli's parents are buried. Most of the Balzlis are in Magnolia or Pine Crest. Father might be Charles William Edward Balzli.
Added by Tim Childree on May 03, 2012 1:07 PM
|Jeff247||RE: Banks Family|
You're welcome. Glad I could do it. The only one I couldn't find was Ruth, the remaining request. Her headstone was not around Elias. May be gone. I'll keep looking. Glad you enjoy them.
Added by Jeff247 on Apr 11, 2012 8:55 AM
|Tim Childree||RE: Louise McCue|
You are quite welcome. I'm surveying this cemetery anyway and it's a big one. Any memorials that someone else can create and manage are memorials I don't have to create. I was puzzled by the James graves being there because I couldn't find a link between them and the McCue's or Costigans.
In Magnolia cemetery the family lots are very well defined and marked for the most part. In the case of Lawrence McCue's lot, the riser stone on the steps has his name and there is a ground level brick border around it. The James graves are within the border.
Next time I'm at the history library I'll do another lookup in the FOMC index to see what I can find. I did look up the name Costigan and every variant spelling I could think of and no one is listed under that last name.
Added by Tim Childree on Mar 31, 2012 11:17 PM
|Mary Etta Peacock||RE: Thomas S. Howell|
oh no, I'm so sorry, I usually notice things like that, but I had made a list of him and some others, just names - no dates. I'll try to fix it in next few days. again I'm sorry.
Added by Mary Etta Peacock on Mar 21, 2012 7:52 PM
|Mary Etta Peacock||RE: Thomas J Howell|
you're very welcome.
Added by Mary Etta Peacock on Mar 21, 2012 10:40 AM
|Nelson Joseph Coleman||RE: James Arthur Phillips Memorial 26013455|
Yes Edwin lives in Theodore along with his wife Lucille. I am the son in law. They had two girls, Diane and Brenda, I am married to Brenda. Diane passed away in 1986. Diane had two boys, Jeffrey and Blake, Blake was killed in a car accident about 10-11 years ago. Lucille said, I believe that your daddy used to run a dairy.
Added by Nelson Joseph Coleman on Feb 22, 2012 3:01 PM
|Tim Childree||RE: My Pearson Family|
You are welcome for the transfers. I've been meaning to do it for a while. I was able to look up all the Pearsons in the Magnolia index and create memorials for them with "official" plot descriptions. Anyone with a map can find them now. I think I posted pictures for all of your Pearsons. Double check the links to be sure I got them right.
There are other Pearsons in Magnolia but I think they are different families. Frank O. Pearson was a Swedish immigrant and the rest seem to have come from Monroe County, AL. I transferred some in Pine Crest that I knew were related to your line. The rest were such recent deaths that I couldn't find death records with parent names. Take a look through the Pine Crest Pearsons and if you see some that are part of the family use the edit tab to send a transfer request.
Added by Tim Childree on Dec 21, 2011 5:07 PM
|Tim Childree||RE: Edress Pearson Murray|
You are welcome for the pictures. They are buried in a circular section near the main entrance. The road splits to go around it. They are on the left side near the road about midway. There are some Pearsons buried nearby. I created memorials for them. Their names are Robert E (1915-2005) and Ruth Mae (1921-1985). I didn't know if they were related to these Pearson ladies. I'm still working on Magnolia and there are more Pearsons there too. Do you know if all or most of the older generation Pearsons are related? I don't know how common the name is.
Added by Tim Childree on Nov 20, 2011 9:27 PM