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I enjoy researching my many family lines. This site has been very helpful in finding information and I will add to it as I can.|
Family Surnames: Coward, Sigler, Quinn, McCown, Wheeler, Willis
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|Frances Willess||l# 39772362 Janey Bundrant|
The picture posted was not Janey Evaline Bundrant and her husband. It was her husband's parents, Harden Alexander Bundrant and Nancy Jane Hancock Bundrant. They are buried in the Killeen City Cemetery, Killeen, Bell County, Texas; and my husband's great-grandparents.
|Joe David||Orion Lelwyn "Red" Gorbet|
The obit has been added. Thank you for providing it.
I added a grave photo to Little Karl's memorial. I hope you don't mind. I knew Hollis and Marvin.
|Charlie Ward||Frank D. McGloin|
What a wonderful obituary! It even gives the name of the cemetery back in 1916. Thank you so much for sharing. Memorial has been updated.
|DCallahan||Location of Dixon Cemetery in Marengo County, Alabama, USA|
My great aunt,Louie Lucretia Callahan (Find A Grave #)married Andrew Jackson "Jack" Dixon (Find A Grave # 31421749). According to a now deceased uncle, both Lucretia and Jack Dixon were buried in the Dixon Cemetery in Marengo County, Alabama, USA.
I would like to visit this cemetery, but have not been able to locate it. It is my understanding that this cemetery is in an unmaintained wooded area. Recently, I noticed Find A Grave shows 32.04720, -87.78750 as the GPS coordinates for the cemetery. Can you verify the accuracy of these coordinates? As my driving time to the cemetery is several hours, I would appreciate any location information you have.
|Joyce French||John Lee Quinn Sr.|
Thank you for transfering the management of John Lee Quinn's memorial to me. I am not a blood relation but he was married to my favorite aunt, Lillie Pearl Rhodes and I have only good memories of him. They owned a night club and when they would come to visit us they always had a large tub of bottled drinks iced down in the trunk of their car and a couple large boxes of candy bars. It was quite a treet for a couple young girls that lived out in the country on a farm.. And when they were around it was always a happy time.
I found the Coward Cemetery in McCall Creek where Arnolds and Cowards are buried.
The location is about 1 mile behind/beside a newer home off Bogue Chitto Road. On Mapquest, it shows a gravel driveway between Lewis Road (which is actually Olympia Road) and LinFrank Line Drive SW. The driveway runs the parameter of a pasture before opening up near the house. The lady of the house graciously used a 4-wheeler to show me the cemetery. It is semi-well maintained with a newer chain-link fence around it. On Mapquest you can see the opening in the woods beside (north) of the house. I believe the name of the driveway/road was Gill Lane.
Added by Dee on Mar 14, 2013 10:47 PM
|Slick||Ida L. Hartis|
I have located an obit for this memorial. IF you would like to add the info to her bio just drop me a note with your email as I cannot put the info into a public message.
Added by Slick on Dec 16, 2012 6:29 PM
|Maria Russell||Cory Jenkins in Realitos Cem. Duval Co. Tx.|
Dwayne, I have linked him to his father.
Thanks for the information. I am glad to link him to his father.
|Jo Fern Quinn Thomas||RE: Quinn|
I've been looking through "Shamrocks to Bluebonnets" by Vera Jones Quinn and she states that "We have no record of his death but a relative of the Quinn's told this compiler that William Quinn, Jr. and wife, Dicey Jane Miller were both buried in the Old Miller Cemetery next to the Nueces River and near the old ferry that was owned by Samuel Reed Miller. The old cemetery is not there any longer. When the Nueces River flooded the countryside, the graves were washed away."
On the following page, she states that "Alonzo and his wife Mary are buried in a private cemetery on the bank of the Nueces River." This info from "Mrs. Lena H. Crofford's book 'History of the Nueces River' and from notes of Mrs. Bill Kring."
So, I guess there are no headstones to find.
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