|Lady Angela Carnes (#47512358)|
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My Mom's side of our family on both her parents,, Allen,|
Jolley Jolly, Vann, Kennedy, Cockcroft, Mills, Hester, Spencer, Gage, Owen, Stone, Mush, Edwards, Holmes, Johns, Cook, Culpepper, Harris, Harrison, Sheppard, Lightfoot, Wright, Truax, Troup, Barley, Blue, Harwood, Tinkle, Winslow,Reed, Read, Carnes (Karnes),Valentine, Arnold,Gehrett, Shumaker(Shoemaker), Love, Captain, Burgess, Gottschalk and many others
My Dad's side of the family, Carnes (Charnes), Hammond (Hammons), Toliver(Taliaferro), Condra, Kendall, King, Qualkenbush, Royer, Groff, Washington, Pope, Hockenberry, Jones, Murray, Kirkwood, Lockwood, Holloway,Edwards, Burgess, Tudor, Seymour, Cosby etc.
**If you see a memorial I have then they are my family I will remain the sole person for the memorial.** Do feel free to ask me to link others to them. Do not create a duplicate.
If I do add a memorial and they arent my family I will be more than happy to transfer to you .
Mt Lebanon Cemetery
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|trudy roach||Elizabeth Spencer Sheppard Warren|
Hi Angela, Exactly what do you mean when you say " If you have a memorial, they are your family and the memorial shall remain the sole memorial" Elizabeth Spencer Sheppard Warren is my 9th great grandmother, thru my fathers mum, a Hunncutt.I would like to create a memorial to all my Hunnicutt and Roach family listed on Find A Grave and am now not sure I am allowed to do so. Thank You Trudy Roach.
|Kathy Mills||Allen , Mills and Culpepper|
Hi Lady Angela, my name is Kathy Mills and I have been researching my Mills family.
Would really like to get in contact with you because of a strong DNA match between the Surnames Allen and Mills.
My ggg grandmother was Lucinda Culpepper Walker.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to reply to my message.
|Glenda McGee||Eli Hammond Burial Place|
You have put that Poppa Eli (my great-great grandfather) is buried in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. I have been all over this cemetery for years having grown up just up the road from it and Poppa Eli is not buried there to my knowledge. If you have other information, please advise me as I would like to go back and find the grave. Thank you!
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Ernest Croyle|
You're very welcome. Unfortunately his death wasn't inscribed on the headstone yet.
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||RE: Culpepers, Wm & Elizabeth|
Excellent! I know they are in good hands.
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Culpepers, Wm & Elizabeth|
I transferred them to you, you are more family as I am only related to their grandparents.
|Lisa Lyle Evers||Photo request Shoemakers in McDonald Cemetery, Leake County, MS|
My sister and I attempted to find the headstones you requested. The cemetery is well-kept, but there are some headstones missing or the inscriptions are illegible. We did find a newer double marker for a Jim and Lou Shoemaker, but all that was on each was born in Leake County. We did not find a headstone for Caroline Shoemaker. I did look at the memorials for James Andrew Jackson (J.A.J.)Shoemaker & Loula Shoemaker; is it possible the double marker is for them?
One of the photos I posted on her page is not a good photo, I will replace it after my next visit to the cemetery. I was in a hurry trying to get the photos posted before Christmas.
Added by LKat on Dec 24, 2013 2:10 PM
|Gail Preston||Ahaz Cartwright|
Thank you for finding and posting the tombstone on Ahaz!
I think it's totally wonderful what you're trying to accomplish!
I have been trying to find my great, great grandfather's grave at Mt. Lebanon to no avail. Maybe you might run across it. It's James Walker Mickler (1848-1932). I figure he's in the row between his dad (Martin F.) and his son (Theophilus Key). I keep trying to find him, and the caretaker can't help me. It's on top of the hill next to the highway. Please contact me if you run across it. Thank you so very much! Chiquita
Added by Chiquita on Oct 12, 2013 4:00 PM
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