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Little Marie (#47904550)
 member for 2 years, 3 months, 15 days
Headstone Photos
Thank you for posting the headstone photos for Billy and Betty Moose. Your kindness is most appreciated. Sharon

Added by Sharon on Nov 21, 2014 7:40 AM

RE: Gaston Stollenwerck
Sorry for the confusion. I requested removal of the partial inscriptions since they are now redundant as all relationships have been established via the connecting links.

Added by mlf on Nov 19, 2014 11:29 AM

Katherine Marian Moore
RE: Martha Ann Turner Abernathy
Hello Cousin,

I will check out Find a Grave #137575196, thanks.
Actually Nancy Rozell is an aunt. My 2nd g grandfather is Miles Rozell who married Lucy Ann Williams, both died in Graves Co., Ky. but I do not have the grave site yet.

I am on but not a member at this time. I have recorded my family lines however on ancestry and this branch of my line is recorded back to my 106th g grandfather who was born in the 2400's BC. This is thanks to an 1800's Irish historian's research.



Added by Katherine Marian Moore on Nov 14, 2014 11:22 AM

Katherine Marian Moore
Martha Ann Abernathy
I see that we share a common 5th GG Mother. Thank you for sharing your information. My line continues down to David, then John, then Nancy who married Miles Rozell.
I see that you also have Moore's in your line as I do. My Moore ancestors are John C, to Roy, to Graham up the line in NY and then onto Ireland.

With thanks,


Added by Katherine Marian Moore on Nov 12, 2014 7:09 PM

Carole Newson-Smith
RE: Polly Walker James
Hi Little Marie,

Thank you for turning over my aunt's record. I have connected her to her parents as well as added a note about her two sons.

I will keep control for now.

And thank you for the work you do. It is appreciated.

Carole Newson-Smith
daughter of Gertrude Walker Newson-Smith

Added by Carole Newson-Smith on Nov 11, 2014 12:54 PM

Linda Page Brownfield
Pearl Ivey Miller
Thanks so much for the photo!
I have just linked her to her mother, Mary Rebecca Taylor Ivey. But, if that links her also to a father, please delete that. The link is to the wrong grave and I've not been able to get it un-linked on Mary Rebecca's page. I'll keep trying. Thanks again! Linda

Added by Linda Page Brownfield on Oct 25, 2014 9:46 AM

RE: Robert C Anderson
Thank you, I will email her. I have actually met with Claudia before, but had lost touch with her and wasn't able to contact her. Thanks again!

Added by Peachykeen on Oct 22, 2014 8:07 PM

Robert Copeland Anderson
I saw on Find A Grave Memorial# 107444776 that the Cherry Creek Baptist Church Cemetery gravesite for Robert Copeland Anderson has no stone. He is my GG-Grandfather. Some of my family members have been to the cemetery looking for his grave, do you know of it's exact location? If so, we would love to be able to find and mark it. Thanks so much for your assistance!


Added by Peachykeen on Oct 20, 2014 8:20 PM

Virginia Paredes-Tijerina
RE: John Glen Davis
You're welcome. It was under a lot of limbs so I did the best I could. Have a good one.

Added by Virginia Paredes-Tijerina on Sep 26, 2014 7:17 PM

Al Mieswinkel
John Moore
Thanks for the transfer of the John Moore memorial. I'm going to have to work that one a bit deeper. I have family that know more about him than I do. Thanks again.

Added by Al Mieswinkel on Sep 22, 2014 1:24 PM

Virginia Paredes-Tijerina
RE: Jon Glen Davis
No problem, yes Oakland is where my focus is right now. I think he is buried next to her but there is a lot of vegetation in the area. I will work on your request soon.

Added by Virginia Paredes-Tijerina on Sep 21, 2014 9:14 AM

Virginia Paredes-Tijerina
RE: Emily
Morning, you are so welcome. I have been looking for her for about a month and finally found her yesterday. Yay me!!! She was a challenge but well worth it. Have a great day!!!

Added by Virginia Paredes-Tijerina on Sep 21, 2014 9:10 AM

Timothy DeBoor
James & Sara Nell Smith
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request for James and Sara. Your work on Find A Grave is very much appreciated.

Tim DeBoor

Added by Timothy DeBoor on Aug 30, 2014 5:28 PM

Rachelle Ashmore Sanders
James Vise
Thank you for headstone photo post

Added by Rachelle Ashmore Sanders on Aug 26, 2014 8:57 AM

Daniel Champion
RE: Mary Williams in Jacksonville City Cemetery...
THE STORY ABOUT the young woman whose throat was slashed as she opened the door one night should be attached to Laura Williams Murray #13866981.

Thank You,

Added by Daniel Champion on Aug 25, 2014 3:44 PM

Daniel Champion
Mary Williams in Jacksonville City Cemetery...
Thanks. I am trying to find what I did send you... Is this the story about a man cutting LAURA's throat one night when she opened the door? That Laura was Mary Wilkerson Williams' daughter. Did I want it under her mother...? No, not really. Sorry.


Added by Daniel Champion on Aug 25, 2014 10:04 AM

Michael Taylor
C.N Rountree Jr.
Memorial has been transferred. Sorry for the delay.

Added by Michael Taylor on Aug 22, 2014 2:42 PM

Episcopal Church Cemetery, Oak Ridge, LA
Little Marie, I am doing research on a number of families who are buried in Oak Ridge and have noticed that there are a number of duplicates which were posted by "Bonnie Sisson Manning (#47311181)". It sure would be nice if the two of you could get together and have just one listing.


Added by BobbyC on Aug 15, 2014 5:09 AM

RE: Josephine Lay
My pleasure! While I was there, I made photos of all the graves in the LAY family plot and added those to existing memorials and also added some new memorials. Kind regards, Nancy

Added by NGL on Aug 13, 2014 8:04 AM

Agnes Farrow
If she is family/friend and you would like to manage her memorial I will be happy to transfer her over to your care.
Best regards, Bud

Added by Bud on Aug 04, 2014 1:14 PM

speedy cannon
Thank you so much! I had given up on getting a picture and you come along like an angel of mercy!
Thank you for helping remember speedy's memory.

Added by alliswell on Aug 03, 2014 2:28 PM

RE: Clara H Reeves
Hello and thank you for being thorough and accurate in your reporting of the Clara H. Reeves genealogical information. Milton and "Clara" Reeves had a son Woodie Bertrand Reeves. Woodie's death certificate shows birth father, Milton Stephen Reeves and mother's maiden name as "Clara" Hollis. "Clara" Hollis shows up on the 1900 US Census in Perry County, MS, the daughter of John and Edna Hollis. "Clara" Hollis also shows up on the 1910 US Census in Hattiesburg, MS as the daughter of John and Edna Hollis. Claranell Isora Hollis married Milton Stephen Reeves in Hattiesburg, Ms. Thus..... "Clara" H. Reeves. The 1920 US Census indicates Milton and "Clara" Reeves were living in Demopolis, Marengo County, Alabama, with their two children; Woodie and Nanon. Please let me know if you should need further documentation. Thank you and best regards, Steve.

Added by Searching_bloodlines on Jul 27, 2014 11:04 AM

Mike & Nancy Ridgdill
Daniel Coleman
I hope I didn't give you the impression that I'm a know-it-all, or that I don't make mistakes. I make more than my share, believe me. What I should have said is that through the process of elimination, I "believe" Daniel is almost certainly the D. Coleman listed on Moring's Company roster. So, please, if you ever find anything definitive that proves otherwise, please let me know. Take care.

Added by Mike & Nancy Ridgdill on Jul 25, 2014 6:36 AM

Mike & Nancy Ridgdill
Daniel Coleman
I'm glad you contacted me because I had his rank wrong; it was supposed to be Corporal. D.Coleman is listed in the military muster roll of Moring's Company. Before I go further, let me show you the short biography I wrote in my book for Moring's Company. "In July 1863, it became apparent that
the war would not be ending anytime soon. Local governments began to realize they had been left almost defenseless against the soldiers of the
Union Army. Every able-bodied man between the ages of 16 and 60 were already fighting for the Confederacy. All that remained were young boys age
15 and younger, old men age 60 and older, and those between the ages of 16 and 60 who had been determined physically unfit for regular service.
Emanuel County, like other counties in Georgia, knew something had to be done to provide for the protection of its citizens and their property. Utilizing the remaining manpower in the county, a
militia unit was organized. This militia unit, or 'home guard', became known as the Emanuel Troops." Now, that said, in 1863, Daniel W. Coleman is 44 years old, and wasn't in the county when most of the other county units were formed. And, he was the only male in the county with a first name that begins with the letter "D". Further, there is no male named Coleman in any other company from Emanuel County whose first or middle name begins with the letter "D". The bottom line is that every male between the ages of 16 and 60 were eventually listed on some kind of military roster no matter in what capacity they served. So, Daniel is almost certainly the D.Coleman on Moring's Company roster. As it turned out, Moring's Company was never involved in any military action at all. In fact, the unit never left Emanuel County that I am aware. Men in Militia Units usually only signed on for six months. In December 1863, the Georgia Legislature passed an act to reorganize and strengthen the inactive Georgia Militia. This act became known as The 1864 Census for Re-organizing the Georgia Militia. By May 1864, the reorganization had been completed. However, by February 1864 the six month enlistments ended, and Moring's Company was disbanded. Many of the men in Moring's Company served in the 16th GA Militia District after the 1864 Reorganization, but many others did not. Apparently, Daniel Coleman did not because his name never appears on another military roster. But, the important thing here is that his name was listed on Moring's Company Muster Roll for six months during the War Between the States. So, even if he never fired a shot at the enemy, he was there had he been needed. And, for that service, he was and will forever be a soldier in the Army of the Confederate States of America. In fact, in the 16th GA Militia District after the 1864 Reorganization, Daniel's son Thornton is listed as a Private in Company H (Stapleton's Regt), Georgia State Troops. I hope I have explained this to your satisfaction. If I can help further, please let me know. Take care.

Added by Mike & Nancy Ridgdill on Jul 21, 2014 2:17 PM

Reeves Family
Just wanted to take a moment to thank you for taking time to visit Riverside Cemetery in Demopolis, AL. I very much appreciate the photos you took of the various Reeves family members. The information you provided filled in many gaps I had in my tree. Thank you very much!

Added by Searching_bloodlines on Jul 21, 2014 1:04 PM


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